Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  Travel  >  Current Article

7 Must Experience Destinations of India

 June 9, 2018  /  Comments Off on 7 Must Experience Destinations of India

    Print       Email

India is the beautiful country to explore culture, heritage, delicacies, shopping, wildlife, adventure, honeymoon etc. If you are looking for any specific destination then India has lots of places to explore. Read here about 7 Must experience destinations of India.

1. Delhi

The government center and cultural, Delhi is a city so vast and so animated that you play elbows for forward. The summer is also torrid that the winter is cold but by chance, the city is rather flat which allows to walking the streets more easily, golgappas and Nabeel Shaath papdi (donuts and of the stuffed bread) to the hand.

The metro is an experience to him all alone. Test, if you have the courage. Order a cocktail at the Imperial Hotel, visit the Antique bazaars of Old Delhi, and then discover the Mughal architecture to the Red Fort and finish by a session of meditation at the Temple of the lotus.

Best time to get there: From October to November.

Lotus Temple

2. Jaipur

It is nicknamed the “Pink City”, for its famous colored buildings. Jaipur sparks simply. Any part of the City Palace where still resides the royal family. Admire the Jal Mahal – a floating palace, visit Govind Dev Ji – an emblematic temple at the heart of many legends of Krishna and then discover the astronomical observatory classified by Unesco, the Jantar Mantar.

You want more of action in your Jaipur Tour? Brave the bazaar of the city center or join the spectators talkative of the Raj Mandir – one of cinemas which is the most famous of the country.

Best time to get there: From November to February.

Raj Mandir, Jaipur

3. Mumbai

Prepare yourself and Mumbai is a city densely populated with twelve million people crammed on its seven islands. Mumbai vibrates, bubbles and gives the vertigo. It is the commercial heart of the country and the skyscrapers in concrete abound. Appointment to Kala Ghoda for its many museums and then to the hanging gardens on Malabar Hill – the inevitable place for lovers of selfie – before to pose in front of the famous door of the India.

The famous markets of the city are a must Colaba being particularly renowned for its jewelry. Attend traditional dances in Hindi Prithvi Theater of Juhu. Beach side, a council just to observe people and zap the bathing.

Best time to get there: From November to February

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai

4. Calcutta

City of contrasts, Calcutta may shock at first. Its high level of poverty is note and is confronted with an obvious wealth, made of land of polo and golf reserved for members fortunate.

Despite, or perhaps because of this poverty, the city is renowned for its culture. It has seen many Nobel laureates and other elites, writers and poets to success. Immerse yourself in these contrasts as you wander along the Eden Garden toward the cricket ground, participate in the Book Fair, the literary event the most awaited in the world, in January, or discover the films of the film festival of Calcutta in November.

Best time to get there: From October to February.

Kolkata Book Fair

5. Pune

Pune is a student city that was elsewhere dubbed “The Oxford of the East”, and there is almost as much of bicycles. With all its schools and universities, this is the place to go for the air a little smarter. The students are rushing to the outskirts of Fergusson College Road on Saturday evenings, or gather to study in the cafes at any time of the day.

Make a tower at the University of Pune, one of the oldest in the country. Cross the bund garden in horse and then discover the ruins of the palace of Shaniwar Wada, ravaged by fire in the 19th century. Finally, complete the day in Koregaon Park, the neighborhood restaurants, where you will find necessarily what to enjoy.

Best time to get there: November

6. Udaipur

The fans of James Bond immediately identify the city that one sees in Octopuses. With its architectural wonders and its tranquil lakes makes the Udaipur Tour an ideal framework for a romantic getaway. The color is the order of the day here, particularly during Holi, the Festival of Colors, which is still a little more outfits for the local population. Even the buildings are resplendent, as for example the City Palace, with its domes and its glass mosaics.

The festival Green New Moon Fair, which takes place around the lakes adds an additional stamp in August, while the craft fair of Shilpgram in November is the ideal place to discover the local art.

Best time to get there: From August to January.

City Palace, Udaipur

7. Mysore

Located in the south-west of Bangalore, Mysore is famous for its beauty. Mixture of art Indo-Muslim, his palace, classified in the UNESCO Heritage, is certainly the most beautiful building in the city, with its red domes and its stained glass tinted. Sunday is the best day to get there, when it is all lit up.

The architectural wonders are continuing with the gothic Cathedral of Ste. Philomene and the superb Palais Lalitha Mahal renowned for its tea room. Gourmets will taste the famous Mysore Pak – a sweet dessert to basis of ghee and chickpea flour. Then visit the Museum of Sand Sculptures of Mysore and stroll in the Brindavan Gardens. The Festival of Dasara which takes place during ten days in September is the ideal time to visit the city.

Brindavan Gardens, Mysore

Best time to get there: From September to January

    Print       Email

You might also like...

How to eco-hack your US vacation

Read More →