Destinations


When people visit India, the first question that comes to mind is: what temple should I visit first? A very popular destination among tourists from all over the world, India is home to beautiful temples, sandy beaches, incredible vegetarian cuisine, cows roaming the cities and many more.

Here are a few of the cities and regions most people visit in India, and why they are so popular

Calcutta

Currently known as Kolkata, this city is the capital of West Bengal. It’s home to Eden Gardens, one of the most famous cricket stadiums in the world. Forth William and Victoria Memorial are also important landmarks in the city. Temples, bridges, palaces, museums and clubs attract visitors from all over the world.

Delhi

Home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Delhi comprises New Delhi — the capital. Among the must-see sights we can list: Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutb Minar and its Monuments. Temples, monuments, parks and museums also attract tourists from all over the world.

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Jaipur

The “Pink City” is the capital of Rajasthan and was built in the 18th century. Jaipur is home to several important forts: Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort — which was never conquered in battle and was considered the strongest of the three – and Nahargarh Fort — the smallest of the three but offers the best views of the lake. Two palaces are also among the city’s landmarks: City Palace and Jal Mahal. Temples, monuments, gardens and museums are also tourist attractions.

Goa

Goa mixes in a lovely way its Portuguese past with the Asian present. It’s one of the most important beach destinations in South Asia and welcomes over 400,000 foreign tourists each year. Although the beaches are the main attraction, there are plenty other things to do in Goa.

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Mumbai

India’s most cosmopolite city, Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) is the largest in the country. Museums, galleries, temples, beaches, street markets and Bollywood plus a very hectic traffic…that’s in short what you’ll find here.

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