4 Amazing Places You Must Visit On Your Next Trip To India

4 Amazing Places You Must Visit On Your Next Trip To India

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Susan of Tassie Adventurer at the Taj Maham | Photo from http://tassieadventurer.com/

Either on a holiday vacation or on a business tour that would take you a while in the noble country of India, there are places that you must see. India existed with a strong culture even with the prehistoric account; it is hard to point at only a few amazing destinations in India. It’s one of the top 30 nations of the world that people pour to visit. There are all-time places that people always visit during their India tours. You can also catch the fun, liveliness, and taste the history of the cities in the country during your next India tours.  

Things to consider before choosing a place

You should, as well, make your plans and consideration to choose specific places for your Indian tour, this is because India is quite a wide country. Here are things to consider before you choose a destination/place to visit in India:

  1. What city you would be visiting
  2. Your budget
  3. How long you’d be staying
  4. Have you considered the available option of transportation?
  5. The available accommodation chances for your chosen destination

Now let’s see the list of amazing places to visit on your next trip to India.

1. Taj Mahal

Woman in red costume with flattering scarf sitting near Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Translated ‘Crown of the Palaces’, it is difficult to relegate this India’s iconic monument from the list. Located in Agra, Taj Mahal is a popular Indian mausoleum with its shiny ivory-white paint. Not to mention the heroes and famous personalities that the structure lays to rest, it is impressive to see this building that built for about 30 years and has been standing for almost 400 years. Really, this jewel of the Muslim art in India is worth all the marvellous attention it has gotten, just as it was designated by UNESCO. This complex site is opened between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM weekdays, except for Fridays. More than words can say, this magnificent structure won a poll vote of more than a hundred million, to show how much visitors it gets and how it leaves their mouth opened in amazement.

2. Udaipur

A romantic spot in Udaipur
A romantic spot in Udaipur

If you are not one for much religious sightseeing then Udaipur would be a great city for you (not, that tourists go to such religious tourists’ sights, often, for spiritual relevancies, though). The city of lakes and palaces, who does not like an Indian tour filled with royal memories? Udaipur is a romantic city, and if you would be taking a trip to India with a loved one, why shouldn’t you try this city? No reason at all!

The city palace has been converted into a museum that houses wonderful jewels and beauty. The city is transparent enough to give you insights into her secrets. And not just that, apart from the beauty and serenity that the city and some locations offer respectively, Udaipur provides great values and relatively cheap prices, for instance, exquisite but inexpensive hotels.

3. The Ruins of Hampi

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The Ruins of Hampi in India

For the persistence of history hinging its mouth and the tingling feeling of nostalgia, Hampi keeps attracting a large number of guests. It is in the core of Karnataka, showcasing the enthralling ruins of Vijayanagar, which is the last known capital of the greatest Hindu kingdoms in India’s history. An even more compelling view is to watch the ruins as the overlap with the boulders of the landscape. It is a place of energy, strength, and inspiration. People don’t just visit to learn history; they visit to clear their heads and to see what inspirations can be found within the ironic calm of chaos.

4. Rajasthan

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Colour of Rajasthan, India

Rajasthan is state and location that is due Northwest India. It tops the list because it provides you with multiple options to where to go and things to do in India. The Thar desert has beautiful and historical places such as the Aravallis Mountain, the bloom of the Pink City, among others. Rajasthan offers amazing places with amazing structures that you can be.

The amazing locations in Rajasthan are Amber Palace: the 16th-century hilltop palace, Hawa Mahal: the palace of the wind with a layout of pink and red sandstones, Ranthambore Park, City Palace that house an impressive museum, or Jaipur –the blue city on the edge of the deserts.

Oh, and did you know that Rajasthan shares borders with Pakistan?

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