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Top 15 Most Beautiful (To Visit) Tourist Sites In India

If you are planning a trip to India, here are the places you must visit:

Delhi:
This city is the cultural and governmental center of India. To soak up the local vibe, start by taking the metro. You can then tour the ancient bazaars of Old Delhi, visit the Red Fort which stands out with its Mughal-style architecture and then go to the Lotus Temple to familiarize yourself with meditation.

Chennai:
This city stands out with its temples and multicolored buildings. To appreciate its charm, head to Georges Town, the historic and colonial center of the city, then take a tour of Fort Saint Georges and its surroundings. To get away from the hustle and bustle and vibrant atmosphere of the city, visit the gopurams, which are towers that provide access to the temples.

Hyderabad:
To get a feel for what India used to be like, stop by the old city of Hyderabad, where cows still roam the crowded streets. Visit the Charminar and the mosques, including the famous Mecca Masjid. Also go through the Cyderadbad district, which stands out with its allure of a Japanese high-tech city.

Jaipur:
With the colorful buildings that dot the city streets, Jaipur is also known as the “Pink City”. Admire the City Palace where the royal family resides to this day, the Jah Mahal or floating palace, the Goving Dev Ji where many Krishna legends were born, and the Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observatory center.

Kerala region:
This magnificent region is known for its coastline dotted with sublime beaches and fruit trees. Among the must-see places to visit, find the Nilgris and Athirapally Falls.

Pune:
Pune is both a district and a student city known as the “Oxford of the East”. Among the must-see places, visit the ruins of Shaniwar Wada Palace or go on a culinary odyssey to Koregaon Park, the dining district.

Mumbai:
Mumbai is India’s commercial center. Discover the Hanging Gardens of Malabar Hill, the famous Gateway of India and the many museums of Kala Ghoda. Also explore the various markets for which the city is famous, including Colaba, a jewelry market.

Mysore:
Mysore is an Indo-Muslim city located in the southwest of the Bangalore region. Its palace, dominated by red domes and decorated with tinted stained glass, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also discover the Gothic Cathedral of Saint Philomena as well as the Lalitha Mahal Palace famous for its tea room where you will taste the famous ghî, sweet treats made from chickpea fairground.

Ooty:
To escape the tropical heat of Indian cities, head for Ooty located in the south of the country. It features a splendid landscape dotted with green hills and tea plantations. Among the city’s flagship activities, climb to the top of Doddabetta, visit the Wax Museum and / or tour the lake on horseback. Ooty is also known for its locally produced chocolates which you can enjoy with a good cup of tea.

Pondicherry:
Pondicherry is an Indian city that stands out for its French atmosphere that is both bohemian and relaxed in a part of the city. Explore the old town with its cobbled streets dotted with French restaurants and quaint houses. It also hosts a magnificent beach. for Visa Consultation click here

Munnar:
Munnar is the perfect place to enjoy some peace and quiet away from the big cities. It enchants with its mountainous landscape punctuated with tea plantations. Discover the Eravikulam National Park, which is home to Mountain goats, leopards, tigers, etc. You can also explore the Ali Bird Sanctuary which is home to birds of different species.

Agra:
It is in the city of Agra that you will find the famous Taj Mahal, a mausoleum made of white marble erected in the 18th century by Emperor Shah Jahan in honor of his late wife Mumtaz Mahal. Also discover the Ara Fort made of red sandstone.

The Golden Temple of Amritsar:
It is in northern India, in Punjab, that you will see the Golden Temple of Arimtsar, the most important sanctuary of the Sikh community. The spiritual and friendly atmosphere of this place of worship also attracts Muslim and Hindu pilgrims. The aisles of the temple are made of marble while the facades of the floors are covered with gold leaf.

Goa:
Treat yourself to a relaxing break during your getaway by reaching the seaside resort of Goa. Its landscape covered with lush vegetation and its coastline dotted with sublime sandy beaches with crystalline waters and coconut palms that seduce all visitors. Do not leave without having seen the monuments inherited from colonization.

Khajuraho:
It is the village that is home to the most famous temples in the country. The facades of the temples highlight scenes from Indian mythology as well as erotic scenes from the Kama Sutra.

Shabbir Ahmad

Shabbir Ahmad is a freelance enthusiastic blogger & SEO expert. He is the founder of Shifted Magazine & Shifted News. He contributes to many authority blogs including porch, hackernoon & techcrunch.

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