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Agartala is the capital of Tripura, a state in Northeast India. It's located close to Bangladesh, on the banks of the Haora River. The city offers a mix of historical sites and natural beauty. A must-see is the Ujjayanta Palace, a grand white structure built in the early 1900s. Now a museum, it houses artefacts that tell the story of Tripura's past. For a cultural experience, head to the Jagannath Bari temple, known for its intricate carvings and colourful architecture. If you enjoy the outdoors, Ujjayanta Palace grounds themselves are a great place to relax and enjoy the subtropical climate. The city also has parks like Rabindra Kanan, which features flowerbeds and even a puppet house. This area of India experiences hot summers and mild winters, so be sure to pack accordingly for your visit.

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Airports near Agartala

You have choices when it comes to reaching Agartala. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Agartala.

Maharaj Bir Bikram Airport

This is the only airport directly serving Agartala, making it the most convenient option if you prioritise minimising travel time within India. It offers connections to major Indian cities like Delhi, Kolkata, and Guwahati. However, flight options might be limited compared to other airports, potentially impacting fares and flexibility.

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport

This major airport is around 300 km (186 miles) south of Agartala and offers a wider range of flight options and potentially lower fares due to its higher connectivity. However, you'll need to factor in the additional ground transportation cost and time (approximately 6-8 hours by road or train) to reach Agartala.

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Guwahati International Airport

Located around 400 km (249 miles) east of Agartala, Guwahati airport offers connections to various Indian cities and some international destinations. While flight options might be fewer than in Kolkata, it could be a good alternative if you find suitable connections and prefer exploring the northeast region before reaching Agartala. Factor in the additional ground transportation cost and time (approximately 7-9 hours by road or train).

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Chennai International Airport

This major South Indian airport offers connections to various domestic and international destinations, potentially providing more flexibility and potentially lower fares, especially if you're travelling from overseas. However, it's the farthest option on this list, located around 1700 km (1056 miles) south of Agartala. This translates to significantly longer travel time and higher ground transportation costs (approximately 24-30 hours by road or train, or connecting flights via other cities).

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Things to do in Agartala

Agartala has an abundance of attractions to see - to make things easier, here's our top 3:

Ujjayanta Palace

This grand palace, built in 1901, was the former residence of Tripura's Manikya dynasty. Today, it houses the Tripura State Museum, which showcases the state's rich history and culture through artefacts, sculptures, and paintings. The palace itself is a beautiful example of Indo-Saracenic architecture, with Mughal-style gardens, fountains, and courtyards.

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

This wildlife sanctuary is home to a variety of animals, including gibbons, elephants, deer, and wild boars. Visitors can take a boat ride on the Rudrasagar Lake, which winds through the sanctuary, or go for a hike in the forest. The sanctuary is also home to Tripura's largest tribal community, the Reangs.

Jagannath Bari

This 19th-century temple complex is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, a form of Vishnu. The complex includes several temples, shrines, and a chariot. The temple is known for its intricate carvings and colorful decorations. During the annual Rath Yatra festival, the temple chariot is taken in a procession through the streets of Agartala.

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