Agartala, the capital city of Tripura is tucked in the north eastern part of India. Set close to the neighbouring state of Bangladesh, Agartala is rich in flora & fauna, the legendary state of Tripura is a beautiful world in itself. Agartala in Tripura is a laid back administrative centre, gained prominence when Maharaja Krishna Manikya shifted his capital here in the 19th century. This market town for rice, tea, jute, and oilseed, is the commercial center of the region surrounding it. Agartala in Tripura also owns an airport with connections to Kolkata.

Journey to Agartala, the Capital City of Tripura
Airport :
Agartala is connected by airlines flights with Calcutta, Guwahati, Delhi.

Railheads : The two nearest railway stations are Kumarghat (160 kms) and Dharama Nagar (200 kms). Both the stations on the North-East Frontier Railway, connected with Lumding & Guwahati, where as Lumding and Guwahati are connected with Calcutta and other major stations in India.

Road Transport : Good motorable raods connect Agartala with Silchar- 288 kms, Guwahati 599 kms, Shillong 499 kms, Dharmanagar- 200 kms. Tripura Road Transport Corporation buses connect Silchar, Shillong and Dharma Nagar to Agartala.

Staying in Agartala, Tripura
Agartala has a small but decent selection of hotels. The accommodation at Agartala are nothing very extravagant, but something for every traveler coming to Agartala, Tripura. All places are comfortably made for the tourists from all over. Choice of eating places is very limited - your hotel is the obvious place.

Corporate Events

India Tour Packages

© 2010 Travelexpertindia All rights reserved.