Cities That You Should Visit When You Come To India

Backpacking in India is something that every travel enthusiast should try. Each state has something to offer to its tourists. Some of the fascinating places one should visit on their trip to India are:


The Taj Mahal is a must-visit when it comes to monuments of India. After all, there is a reason it is one of the seven wonders of the world. A lot of people consider it the representative of India, the very monument that defines it. Based in Agra, the Taj Mahal is a sight to behold because of the stunningly beautiful marble structure that catches the eye, one of the seven wonders of the world.


The financial capital of India has a lot more than its bazaars and shopping sites. Seaview, Queen’s Necklace, Gateway of India, Marine Drive, the Kanheri caves are just some of the sites you will not forget even after leaving India. A cab will take you from one place to another, which you can book using a cab booking app.


You can travel from Mumbai to Delhi by train and book one using a train ticket booking app. The capital of India has more to offer than its crowd and pollution. Sarojini Nagar and Chandni Chowk are some of the most popular sites for shopping, while The Jama Masjid, Red Fort, India Gate are some of the spectacular monuments that every tourist should visit at least once on their trip to Delhi.


The IRCTC has trains available to travel from Delhi to Jaipur, Rajasthan. As the state of numerous kings in its time, this place is called “the Land of Kings”. With its forts and historical structures that are centuries old, the state should not be left out on your trip to India. The Pink city that is Jaipur and the blue city of Jodhpur speaks about the brave warriors and their glorious stories. It is easy to fall in love with Udaipur since it has flower-lined streets and the majestic City Palace Complex, where the royal family still resides.


The Golden temple is truly a beautiful sight and one of the holiest places in the world for Sikhs. It is also known for its community kitchen that serves food to about 100,000 people every day. Do not forget to indulge in lip-smacking street food while you are in the city streets. The Wagha border cannot be missed when you visit Amritsar.


You will not find a more spectacular way to explore India than what you will find in Darjeeling. Green tea plantations are prominent, and awe-inspiring snow-capped peaks (including Khangchendzonga, the third-highest mountain in the world), and Buddhist monasteries are prevalent in the hill station in West Bengal. There are plenty of options for mountain treks and mountain biking excursions here. You can take a ride on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, as it is a very popular thing to do in Darjeeling. Two-hour road trips from Darjeeling to Ghum-which are often counted among the world’s most scenic train journeys.

Post Author: Lacey Keith