Famous Cities


Agra, once the seat of Mughal Empire, is a serene city adorned with Mughal architectural wonders. Of which, three are noted UNESCO World Heritage sites. Taj Mahal is the quintessential structure that reflects the unmatchable taste of Mughals in art and architecture.


Ahmedabad is the largest city of Gujarat located on the serene banks of Sabarmati River. Established by Muslim ruler Sultan Ahmed Shah, it is the first UNESCO World Heritage City of India. Dive straight in this heady trove of temples, mosques, forts and lakes.


Ajmer is one of the arcane cities of Rajasthan widely known for the revered Ajmer Sharif Dargah. The city lies at the centre of the state majestically ringed by Ana Sagar Lake and the Aravalli hills. The touristic town Pushkar is located just 11 km away, which also makes Ajmer famous as its gateway.


Allahabad, officially known as Payagraj, is one of the sought after cities in Uttar Pradesh. It is located at the confluence of three rivers - Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati.


Currently named Alappuzha, the famous backwater paradise of Kerala continues to be popularly recognized by its former name Alleppey. It has all those things to offer that would enchant a die-hard nature lover - scenic location facing the Arabian Sea with lots of swaying palm trees.


Amritsar is the soul of Punjab, pulling in travelers with its serenity and food. The charming city is best recognized for the Golden Temple, the most revered Sikh temple. Those interested in history can delve in fascinating marvels like Jallianwala Bagh.


Aurangabad is one of the best tourist destinations in Maharashtra. Its collection of Mughal architectural structures, artful temples and forts will take you back in time beckoning to their mysterious features.


Bangalore, officially called Bengaluru, is the capital city of Karnataka and fabled ‘IT capital of India’ (county’s leading IT exporter). The city is a whimsical blend of nature, cultures, heritage and wholesome food. Wrapped in an envelope of greenery, it is nicknamed as the 'Garden City of India' for its numerous gorgeous gardens.


Copious greenery and ornamental ancient temples are the drawcards of Odisha which are best illustrated by its capital city, Bhubaneswar. Dubbed as the ‘City of Temples’, it is a hidden treasure of well-preserved Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Kalinga temples.


Bikaner is one of the magical cities of Rajasthan packed with lots of historical jewels. Every corner of the city echoes the history and then be it the ornamental temples or the grandeur of forts. It also flaunts majestic palaces, beautifully surviving the passage of time, and are capable enough of taking you back to the Rajput era.


Chennai is the capital and the largest city of Tamil Nadu, blessed with incomparable beauty. The city comes with an enthralling historical past that has stunning temples, basilica and forts to allure you.


Coimbatore is the second largest city of Tamil Nadu after Chennai. It lies in a beautiful location on the bank of the Noyyal River, ringed by the Western Ghats. The city packs in a lot of scenic beauty with lakes and waterfalls.


Satiate your travel bug by traveling to the enchanting hill-station, Dalhousie. Named after the then Governor General of India, it is one of the gorgeous jewels of Himachal Pradesh. Beautiful Scottish and Victorian architectural bungalows and churches adorn this small hill station.


Unshackle yourself from the restraints of stress and monotony by holidaying in the sublime hill-station of West Bengal, Darjeeling. Resting on the gradients of Himalayas, it will get you hooked to its entrancing beauty and renowned tea. Its sky-touching mountains will show you jaw-dropping views of Mt Everest and Kangchenjunga.


Leave behind the stresses of everyday life with a trip to the heavenly piece of nature, Gulmarg. It is a tiny hill-station tucked at an altitude of 2690 m on lofty gradients Pir Panjal in Jammu and Kashmir.


Slip back in time by opening the doors of the medieval majesty of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior. The city is carved out of several historical events with the rule of various dynasties - Kachchhapaghatas, Tomars, Mughals, Marathas, Scindia and lastly Britishers.


India has long been fabled as the land of rooted culture for its unshakable faith in religion. To experience this, there is no better place than Haridwar, a mystical city located at the foothills of Himalayas. It is recognized for being one of the sites of famous Kumbha Mela.


With an astounding treasure of cultural heritage, every step in India is a whole-new journey beckoning to its past. Likewise, Telangana highlights its share of history with its beautiful capital city, Hyderabad.


Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan fabled for its dreamy palaces, unconquerable forts and mouth-watering cuisine. It is one of the best places to experience the magical world of Maharajas. The city is fondly called ‘the Pink city of India’, after the then King of Jaipur painted the city in pink color to welcome Prince of Wales.


Commendable forts, luxurious havelis, ancient temples and the gold-hued Thar Desert – Jaisalmer presents you a whole new world that is weaved with endless stories and simplicity. The name is derived from ‘Jaisal’ and ‘Mer’ meaning the Fort of Rawal Jaisal, founder of the city.


Taste the distinctive flavor of royal and extravagance by taking a tour of the enchanting Jodhpur city. It is the second largest and one of the most attractive cities of Rajasthan. The city is also called 'the Blue city of India' for the majority of houses are painted in blue to keep them cool.


Kalimpong is a surreal hill-station in West Bengal settled on the Himalayas. It is located on a ridge between the two hills: Deolo Hill and Duroin Hill. The scenery is enriched by River Teesta which beautifully separates it from Sikkim. Its lofty height of 1,250 m will offer you a breathtaking view of the world's third highest peak, Kangchenjunga.


Kanyakumari, formerly known as Cape Comorin, is a wondrous city that marks the southernmost point of mainland India. Believe your eyes as you see the alluring confluence of the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean.


Discover the bewitching beauty of historic archeological site lying in the ‘City of Moon’ – Khajuraho. The city is famous for ancient Hindus and Jain temples reflecting classic Nagar style architecture. Delve in the exemplary structures embodied with rich art, which depict spirituality, royalty and sensual sculptures.


Kochi, also known as Cochin, is a major port city in Kerala packed with sublime landscapes and cultural wealth. The city is rich in tradition and history, and thanks to its coastal location it has been a thriving hub of the spice trade for centuries. It has witnessed the rule of Portuguese, Dutch and British.


There is something hypnotizing about the scenery of Kodaikanal that is evocative of jade greenery, sparkling lakes and thunderous waterfalls. The name of the hill-station, Kodaikanal is a Tamil word which means 'The Gift of the Forest'.


Kolkata, formerly called Calcutta, is the capital city and most preferred touristic city of West Bengal. Be its lively culture, delectable food or wondrous buildings, it has something for every traveler that seek new and exhilarating experiences.

Kullu Manali

Behold mesmerizing landscapes of Kullu Manali bedecked with snowcapped peaks, alpine slopes and rolling hills. The quaint district, Kullu, in Himachal Pradesh is a jackpot of beauty and fun. It will satisfy your penchant for that long-planned relaxing holiday with its famous hill-station, Manali.


Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh and India’s best-loved ‘City of Nawabs’. It is particularly noted for delicious Awadhi cuisine, warm hospitality and unique chikankari embroidery. Enjoy the mini-celebrity moments that you will receive here with its lauded warm hospitality.


With an enchanting medley of entrancing past and a deep-seated culture, Madurai is surefire a fascinating city to be explored. It has carved its own path refusing to modernize, embracing its history.


Mathura is the mystical city of Uttar Pradesh that is accorded with high religious significance. As per Hindu mythology, it is the birth place of Lord Krishna that makes it highly venerable.

Mount Abu

Mount Abu is the only hill-station of Rajasthan entrenched at a height of 1,220 m in the Aravalli Range. In the semi-arid terrain of the state, this verdant hilly jewel seems like 'an oasis in the desert'. It is composed of roaring waterfalls, lakes, rivers and forested slopes.


Mumbai is the capital and the most spoiling hideaway of Maharashtra that wonderfully combines ancient tradition with flashy modernity. You will instantly fall in love with its spectacular location overlooking the Arabian Sea.


Munnar is a popular hill-station and soul of Kerala that tempts travelers with its invigorating jade greenery. It is located at the confluence of three mountain streams: Muthirappuzha River, Chanduvarai River and Kundale River.


Officially called Mysuru, it is a lively city steeped in the royal brilliance of Wodeyar dynasty and Tipu Sultan. With a rich heritage and cultural legacy, it is celebrated as the 'City of Palaces' and 'Cultural capital of Karnataka'.


Nainital is a pristine and visually tempting hill-station that sparkles like a jewel on the hills of Uttarakhand. Resort to this nature’s spectacle for a cool getaway that will melt your heart with its riveting scenery.


Ooty, locally called Udhgamandalam in Tamil, is a sought after hill-station of Tamil Nadu. Its uber-cool climate, milky waterfalls, sweet-scented tea gardens and mist-laden air attract a flow of tourists.


Delve into the slow-paced and relaxing life of this quaint Periyar village of Kerala. It has set a mark in the Kerala tourism with the most famous Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. The luxuriant greenery and healthy population of flora and fauna make it an important place of tourist interest.

Port Blair

Peace, beauty and fun are requisites of a relaxing holiday that no place fulfills better than the paradisiacal town, Port Blair. It is the capital of Union territory, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, an archipelago smacked at the juncture of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea.


Rameshwaram is a small town located in Pamban island of Tamil Nadu. While the rest of the world is vying to get ahead in the race for prosperity, this town seems frozen in history, reflecting grandeur and beauty.

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