India is the land of cultures and tourist places. It is one of the largest countries in South Asia. Also, it is one of the most populated countries in the world. People from very diverse backgrounds abide in this historic country. Beautiful landscapes, untouched bewilderness, sparkling beaches, vast deserts- India has it all. India also happens to have one of the richest cultural histories in the world.

India is popular for its diverse eating habits and use of many spices and techniques. Undoubtedly, India is a land of foodies. This country guarantees to take you on the best gastronomical journey of your life. So, grab your backpacking gear and walking shoes because here are the top 50 tourist places in India.

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Top 50 Tourist Places in India


1) Shimla

Shimla - Tourist Places in India
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If you dream of visiting a picturesque village with toy houses, Shimla is your perfect match. Capital to the chilly state of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla lies at the foot of the Himalayas. The streets are full of buildings from the Colonial period in India. It adds to the charm of the small city. Christ Church is one of the most famous places to visit in Shimla. It is well worth taking a ride on the train through the city. Or you may wander about on your own, exploring the city. Additionally, the city of Shimla boasts traditional, mouthwatering cuisines. All of which available at very low prices.


2) Goa

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Thinking of vast beaches, sunbathing and surfing? Goa has you covered on that front. Situated on the coast of India, overlooking the Arabian sea, Goa is among the top tourist places in India. Historically, Goa was a Portuguese colony for a long time. Its popularity is for its amazing beaches, quaint churches, and epic party culture. If your long, tiring work weeks have you down and out, Goa is the perfect place to chill out, party and recharge yourself for your busy life. The city is a paradise for those with an inherent love for beaches.


3) Mumbai

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The city of Mumbai is often referred to as the city of lights or the city that never sleeps. Mumbai lives up to that image with its towering skyscrapers and bustling urban spaces. It happens to be one of the top tourist places in India. Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra. The Bollywood film industry of India operates out of Mumbai. Tourists from all over the country flock to the place to see their favorite stars. Mumbai also serves as the financial hub of the country. The country’s premier financial institutions have their headquarters in Mumbai. The infamous Taj Hotel and landmarks like the Gateway of India are all in Mumbai.

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4) Manali

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Manali is among the most popular tourist places in India. Tourists and backpackers swarm this famous resort town in the mountainous region. Adventure sports are another reason for the high influx of tourists to Manali. Trekking, paragliding, skiing- Manali has it all. Stunning views of the ice-capped Himalayas await anyone who visits this small, quiet town in the Himalayan wilderness. There are wildlife sanctuaries, museums, and temples spread throughout the town for tourists. The natural calm and peaceful aura of this town are unparalleled.

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5) Kolkata

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Kolkata is the hub for Bengalis and one of the most culturally rich cities in India. The city is full of old-school buildings and roads. They emanate a sense of being deeply embedded in the culture of India. It is one of the most diverse tourist places in India. During the time of Durga Puja, the city takes on a majestic look. Residents welcome visitors who are eager to take part in the festivities. Traditionally, the city is famous for its witty, creative minds. They have given birth to innumerable literary pieces. The Victoria Memorial in the city is a place you would definitely not want to miss. Kolkata is paradise on earth for someone who is a foodie. Unique Bengali delicacies await on every street corner. And the hospitality of Bengalis is tough to find in other places.

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6) Delhi

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Delhi is the beating heart of India. The capital city is among the most popular tourist places in India. It is a melting pot for people of different cultures and backgrounds. Most Delhi buildings took inspiration from early Mughal and British designs. The government and parliament buildings are especially majestic to look at. The infamous India Gate war memorial is in Delhi and stands as a witness to India’s struggle to the top. Delhi is famous for its mix of cultures and it reflects through their food. The most delectable dishes are available for dirt cheap prices. Kebabs, biriyani, dosas- whatever you please, Delhi has it all. Join an evening Qawali session or roam through the city. Exploring its many tourist spots because Delhi does not disappoint.

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7) Agra

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Agra is home to the world-famous Taj Mahal, which is one of the world’s longest-standing symbols of love. The city is historically a very important city of India and one of the most visited tourist places in India. From the majestic, marble-built Taj Mahal to the Agra Fort built during the Mughal era, this city is a living-breathing time capsule. Situated on the bank of the Yamuna river, the city is also home to the tomb of the Mughal emperor Akbar. Majestic palatial buildings abound in Agra. And that makes it a very lucrative location for history lovers to visit during a trip to India.

Official Agra Tourism Website


8) Varanasi

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Varanasi is the spiritual hub of the country. Set on the banks of the Ganges river, it is the holiest city in all India. It is also one of the most spiritual tourist places in India. Pilgrims from all over India throng Varanasi every year to take a dip in the holy Ganges river. They believe that the river frees them of their sins and makes them pure. The city is famous for its many temples and the Golden Temple, which was built in honor of the Hindu god Shiva. If you would like to add a touch of spiritualism to your tour, Varanasi is the place to visit.

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9) Jodhpur

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Jodhpur is a city in Rajasthan that is famous for its gargantuan fort on a hill named the Mehrangarh Fort. The fort has now changed into a museum and is one of the top tourist places to visit in India. Weapons, furniture, and paintings are on display throughout the fort turned museum. Jodhpur is in the desert region of India. It is famous for its blueish colored structures from a historical era. The city is not only historically enriched. It also has lively markets, temples, parks, museums, lakes, and natural water reservoirs.

Official Jodhpur Tourism Website


10) Dalhousie

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Dalhousie is famous for its spectacular mountainous views, lush greenery, and flowing rivers. It is a famous tourist place in India for those who want a quiet getaway from the monotony of life. The town sprawls across five hills and sits at a high altitude in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Colonial buildings from the early 1800s are the highlighting feature of this location. There are many churches, unexplored wilderness and views to explore. Markets in Dalhousie are also an attraction for tourists. They sell unique Tibetan handicrafts and wooly shawls that are not found elsewhere. A mesmerizing, panoramic view of the surrounding mountains awaits anyone who treks up to the higher locations from the main town.

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11) Sikkim

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Explore the mystical sense of Buddhism with a visit to Sikkim. The state of Sikkim is host to a huge number of ancient monasteries. You may visit to relight the spiritualism inside you. It is right near the border with Bhutan and Nepal. The place has awe-inspiring views of the surrounding areas and a cool climate. Sikkim is set in a mountainous landscape of India. And it is home to Kanchenjunga, India’s highest mountainous peak. Activities like trekking and rafting are popular among tourists. Gushing waterfalls, natural hot springs, lakes and ancient monasteries make Sikkim one of the most visited tourist places in India.


12) Darjeeling

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Darjeeling is one of the most popular tourist places in India. This picturesque town is set in the foothills of the Himalayas. It sees a huge influx of tourists throughout the year. The town is famous for its views, its tea, and its ‘toy train’. The train runs over a track through the town, giving tourists a spectacular tour. The greenery in Darjeeling presents a unique opportunity to unite with nature. It truly represents how life in the mountainous region feels like. The hospitable people of Darjeeling add another dimension to a visit to this place. Explore famous cuisines of Darjeeling like steamed momo, soups, noodles. Also, blend in with the crowd to have an enjoyable trip.


13) Jaipur

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The city of Jaipur is a city of luxury. It is famous for its royalty status and its deep historical roots in Indian culture. The city emanates a sense of majestic superiority over any other city in India. Its buildings are like extravagant pieces of fine art. Situated in the state of Rajasthan, this city is the perfect example of an urban city with a heavy influence of the old. The city is also famous for its ancient forts and palaces. These monuments have earned their place in UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. Bazaars in the city sell some of the finest handicrafts and antiques that you will find in India. It is one of the best tourist places in India that you may visit.


14) Meghalaya

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Take a stroll among the clouds in Meghalaya and discover a side of India that no guide book tells you about. This hilly state is one of the best tourist places in India. The state of Meghalaya is Set among towering mountains and wooly clouds. It is a must-visit for those who fancy a little adventure during their trip. Winding caves are part of the attraction of Meghalaya. And if you are brave enough, go for a group exploration through the caves. It might be what you require to get your adrenaline pumping.


15) Jim Corbett National Park

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Brave the wilderness of the Jim Corbett National Park. Set out on an expedition to catch sight of the evasive Indian tigers in their natural habitat. Situated in the state of Uttarakhand in India, this national park is one of the best-preserved. Every year, the park sees many tourists visit the place in search of an adventurous trip. Other than the tigers, the national park is host to a wide variety of flora and fauna. They enable visitors to get in touch with nature. The many resorts inside the park ensure tourists a safe and comfortable stay. It is one of the best tourist places in India that you may visit.


16) Jaisalmer

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The city of Jaisalmer is in the barren Thar desert region of India. Dubbed as the ‘golden city’, it is famous for its architecture with the use of yellow sandstone. Historically, the city of Jaisalmer was a trading center. Currently, it stands as a remnant of the past with its massive forts and palaces. Jaisalmer fort is one of the most prominent places to visit in the city. And the royal palaces of the kings and princes make for a royal treatment. The markets are famous for their embroidery and jewelry. All the goods are from expert craftsmen who have perfected their craft for centuries.


17) Amritsar

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A trip to India is always incomplete if you miss out on a visit to the city of Amritsar. It is a city situated in the state of Punjab that is rich in culture, religion, and hospitality. Amritsar is host to the Harmandir Sahib or Golden Temple. It is considered to be the holiest religious site for followers of the Sikh religion. The temple is one of the most frequented places in Amritsar and offers a spiritual respite like no other. Apart from the temple, the city is rich with culture and food that will keep you coming back for more. The people of Amritsar are among the friendliest in India. They are popular world over for their hospitality and kindness. It is one of those tourist places in India that offers an experience found nowhere else in the world.


18) Andaman Island

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Does the thought of white sand beaches and blue waters excite you? Andaman island is the picture-perfect getaway if you’re looking for sun and sand. This archipelago, filled with green, tropical rain forests is a very picturesque destination. Coral reefs are one of the attractions of this island. Put on some diving gear and go exploring the depths of the sea in all its natural beauty. Or you may play around in the clear, blue water to your heart’s content. Indigenous people are native to the island and many parts of it are off-limits to tourists. Overall, this is one of the most beautiful tourist places in India.


19) Sundarbans

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Discover the beauty of natural mangrove forests with an excursion in the Sundarbans. It is one of the most exotic tourist places in India. Sundarban is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites and one of the largest mangrove forests in the world. Covered with a misty aura, the mangrove forest is full of flowing rivers and swamps. Being one of the largest mangrove forests in the world, the human population is almost close to nil. That is because, the man-eating, Royal Bengal tiger is the king of the jungle here. The opportunity to spot one in the wild is incentive enough to explore this humongous mangrove forest. It is advisable to take a proper tour guide to the Sundarbans for safety.


20) Srinagar

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Dubbed as a piece of paradise on Earth, Srinagar is a city in the heart of the state of Kashmir. It is also the capital of Kashmir during the summertime. This city’s landscapes look like they came out of a painting. It has picturesque landscapes and comparatively cool weather throughout the year. It makes this one of the best tourist places in India to visit. Raging waterfalls, winding rivers, massive mountains- the city of Srinagar is the epitome of scenic beauty. Pay a visit to the iconic Dal Lake or indulge yourself in Kashmir’s rich cuisines, the choices are endless. Take a breath of fresh air to invigorate yourself in this city of natural wonders.


21) Pondicherry

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Formerly a French colony, Pondicherry is now the hub for people who want a quiet, relaxing vacation by the beach. The state of Tamil Nadu surrounds the entire town. The town provides magnificent views of the Bay of Bengal. The town is full of old colonial bungalows and neat streets lined with trees. It is a lesser-known tourist place in India. Discover the local culture of the people and lose yourself in the delectable dishes in this town. For adventure seekers, this place offers scuba diving and surfing. If you want a laid back and soothing trip, visit the famous Aurobindo Ashram, to discover your inner peace.


22) Hyderabad

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Hyderabad offers a culture trip like no other. Known for its royal culture, it is currently the technological hub of India. It is also the capital of the state of Telangana. This city offers a unique mix of modern progressive culture and old traditions. It is one of the finest tourist places to visit in India. Visit the infamous Charminar or learn about the culture of the royal Nizams. They used to inhabit the city during the monarchy. Or, you may pay visits to the museums and historic forts in the city.


23) Nainital

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Much like Darjeeling, Nainital is a town catering to tourists. It is in the state of Uttarakhand and is at an altitude of 2000 meters. It is one of the picturesque tourist places in India. Nainital Lake is the centerpiece of this town and the town gets its name from the lake itself. Boating is one of the popular activities in the lake. The breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding mountains are reason enough to pay a visit. And if you wish to, you may pay a visit to the Naina Devi temple there which looks very eye-pleasing after dark.


24) Khajjar

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Considered to be the Switzerland of the East, Khajjar is a small hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh. One of the main attractions of this hill station is the Khajjar Lake, which is surrounded by a deodar forest. The Khajji nag temple is a popular tourist location in Khajjar. Popular activities in Khajjar include zorbing, picnics, and paragliding. If you are looking for a more local experience, the Kailash villages are perfect. They offer insight into the local culture and food. For a revitalizing experience, Khajjar is one of the top tourist places you may visit in India.


25) Gwalior

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Gwalior is a historically significant city in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is popular for its majestic forts, statues, temples, and palaces. The Gwalior Fort dates back to the 8th century. It is the most prominent among the forts and stands sentinel over the city. The Man Singh Palace and Jai Vilas palace are two places not to miss in Gwalior. Gwalior is also a great place to shop. The place offers authentic handmade carpets, silk sarees, tapestries, and intricately crafted ornaments. Gwalior is one of the popular tourist places in India for its rich history.


26) Mcleodganj

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Nestled in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Mcleodganj is a popular tourist destination in India. The location is famous mostly for the Namgyal monastery, which is the abode of the Dalai Lama. Bhagsu falls is another popular destination for tourists. For more adventure friendly tourists, Mcleodganj offers trekking opportunities and other adventure sports. A visit to the many temples and museums is also another way to spend time in Mcleodganj.


27) Leh

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Leh is a desert city situated in the high-altitude areas of the Himalayas. The city is most popular for its Buddhist heritage and access to trekking locations. Hills surround the entire area. This is one of those cities that will make you feel like you are on another planet. The Buddhist sites prominently include the Thiksay monastery and the Shanti stupa. Both of these monasteries provide a sense of calm and peace in this one of a kind desert city.


28) Kerala

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Kerala is often referred to as God’s own country and for good reason. The state of Kerala shares one of the largest shorelines with the Arabian sea in India. Tourists flock to the place due to its natural beauty. The beaches of Kerala are one of the highlights of this state. Gushing waterfalls are also another prominent feature of this state. For a more in-depth look into nature, you may choose to wander into one of Kerala’s national parks. Kerala is truly a natural destination where you are able to see wilderness in its purest form.


29) Kutch

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Kutch is a district in the west Indian state of Gujarat. A visit to this place is likely to make you go silent in awe. The unending stretches of the white sand desert make this place feel like a place from a science fiction movie. There is no horizon in sight on any side and the desert seems to stretch on and on. Despite being one of the largest districts in India, its population is very little. For a dream-like experience on this white sand desert, do pay a visit to this less-visited tourist place in India.


30) Bhubaneshwar

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Take a step back into history when you visit the city of Bhubaneshwar in India. The city is set near the banks of the Bay of Bengal. It plays host to many ancient temples and tribal traditions. The old-world charm of this city is incomparable to any other in India. Explore the temples and ruins of ancient civilizations that inhabited the land. Learn about their cultures and feast your eyes on the beautiful ancient architecture, statues, and carvings. For an in-depth look at India’s history, Bhubaneshwar is one of the best tourist places in India.


31) Mysore

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The royal city of India, Mysore has a unique set of offerings for tourists. The city perfectly mixes the old with the new to create unforgettable experiences for visitors. The majestic Mysore Palace is a central attraction to the city. Before, it was the residence of the Wodeyar dynasty. Monuments full of royal heritage are available throughout the city. Mysore is famous for its sweets. So, if you have a sweet tooth, this city deserves a place on your list. Additionally, Mysore is also popular among tourists for its rich silk.


32) Hampi

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One of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, Hampi is a village not to miss on your trip to India. The entire village consists of temples in a state of ruins. The Virupaksha temple from the 7th century is one of the most frequented temples in the village. It has some stunning architectural beauty. Although many of the buildings have their structures ruined, they are remnants of a golden era of India. For a trip through architectural marvels and ancient landmarks, Hampi is one of the best tourist places in India.


33) Mathura

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Deemed to be the birthplace of the Hindu god Krishna, Mathura is a city built on sacred grounds. The Sri Krishna Janma Bhoomi temple is believed to be the place where Krishna was born. Adorned with beautiful statues and carvings, this is one of the top tourist places to visit in India. The Indian festival of color or ‘holi’ is the best time to pay a visit to Mathura. This is when the city comes to life with colors and festivities. Explore the many temples in the city or lose yourself in the crowd of colors with the locals in this one of a kind Indian city.


34) Lakshadweep

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Lakshadweep is one of the many archipelagos in India. The island hosts a white sand beach with crystal clear waters. It is an isolated island and perfect for tourists who want a very private trip to India. The archipelago is the perfect place to go scuba diving among the reefs or sip on your favorite drink on the beach. If you crave adventure after all the peace and quiet, adventure sports abound on the island. A permit is required to access the island. For a truly private getaway, Lakshadweep is one of the best tourist places to visit in India.


35) Udaipur

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Often dubbed as the Venice of the East, Udaipur is a city in Rajasthan that is dissimilar to others. Shrouded by the Aravalli hills on all sides, the city is full of lakes, making it a paradise for tourists. Everything from the architecture to the scenic beauty, this city has a certain grace to it. The lakes of this city have a charm like no other. One of the definite activities to try out is a boat ride through the calm waters of the Pichola lake. If you are ready to be swept off your feet by the beauty of a city, Udaipur is the city to visit.


36) Lucknow

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Capital city to the state of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow is a city of culture. It embodies a very significant era in the history of India. Lucknow was historically inhabited by the Nawabs. The city is full of architectural wonders like the Rumi Darwaza and Bara Imambara. Mughal period has long gone from the city but the food has stayed. Featuring mouth-watering delicacies, Lucknow is the place to eat to your heart’s content. If you fancy a shopping trip, Lucknow has you covered. The markets of new Lucknow have everything from clothes to accessories. Lucknow is one of the top tourist places in India to visit.


37) Bangalore

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Bangalore is a city that has grown with India itself. Capital to the state of Karnataka, Bangalore is often compared to Silicon Valley. Despite its reputation of being the Garden City of India, Lucknow has evolved into a modern megacity. High-end malls, restaurants, and bars fill the city. The food is mouth-wateringly delicious and affordable. A lazy stroll inside Cubbon Park shows a completely different side of Bangalore. If you want the perks of a modern city with a dash of nature, Bangalore is the city for you.


38) Mussoorie

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Dubbed as the Queen of the Hills, Mussoorie is a quiet hill station near the foothills of the Himalayas. Perched at an altitude of 7000 feet, this hill station is the perfect example of undisturbed nature. It is easy to get lost in the natural beauty of this place. The surrounding hills and the cool, calming weather of this place make for a very comfortable stay. In fact, it is one of the popular tourist places to visit in India. Some of the notable places to visit in Mussoorie are Kempty Falls, Cloud’s End and Lake Mist. If your intent is to shop, head over to Mall Road.


39) Mahabaleshwar

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Mahabaleshwar is popular for its sprawling strawberry plantations, raging waterfalls, and roving rivers. The word natural beauty takes on a different sense in Mahabaleshwar. Journey to an endless meandering path at Elephant’s Head point or marvel at the many waterfalls. Or you may sit around in the sprawling valleys, giving yourself away to nature. No matter what you like, Mahabaleshwar has something to please you. Venture out to this hill station in Maharashtra for a trip of a lifetime.


40) Chennai

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Chennai is among the largest cities in India. This city strikes a balance between modernity and culture. Among the towering skyscrapers, you will find places that truly hold the essence of the city. Museums, malls, beaches- you name it, Chennai has it all. Marina Beach in Chennai is one of the most visited locations in the entire city. The temples and landmarks are also worth a visit to the city that to this day, preserves its roots. Chennai is one of the best tourist places in India.


41) Chandigarh

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One of the most modest cities in India, Chandigarh, will charm you with its simplicity. It is the capital of Haryana and Punjab. The city looks like what any normal Indian city looks like. The majority population of Chandigarh is Sikh people, who are among the nicest in the world. The Rock Garden and Sukhna Lake are the two sites to visit in Chandigarh for tourists. For an unadulterated experience of Indian hospitality and food, definitely pay a visit to Chandigarh.


42) Aurangabad

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Named after the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, Aurangabad is a city in the Maharashtrian state of India. The city is deeply rooted in history. Aurangabad derives its popularity from its monuments and their historical significance. The city boasts many World Heritage sites among which are the Ellora and Ajanta caves. Also included is the majestic Bibi Ka Makbara. Aurangabad is also popular for its thriving industries of cotton and silk. Shawls and sarees are among the favorite items that tourists buy from this city. It is one of the royal tourist places in India.


43) Kasol

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If you love adventure sports and nature, Kasol is the place to head to. Situated in a remote part of Himachal Pradesh, this untouched village is an undiscovered gem. Scenic views, trekking trails, cozy atmosphere- this small village has it all. Spend your time relaxing on the bank of the rivers, try out the food or get your dose of adventure on one of the many trekking trails. Some famous spots to visit in Kasol are the Parvati river and Pin Parvati pass. This is one of the most underrated tourist places in India where you can lose yourself in nature.


44) Pune

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One of the major cities in Maharashtra, Pune is a city that directly oversees the growth of modern India. Housing a crowd of youthful souls, it is one of the fastest-growing cities in India. A city of traditions lies underneath the blanket of modernism. The monuments in Pune do little to hide the city’s rich history. Shaniwar Wada and Aga Khan palace give you an insight into the cultural history of Pune. Many prominent temples like the Pataleshwar cave temple are also worth a visit.


45) Shirdi

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Shirdi is considered to be one of the holiest places in India. It is a hub for followers of Sai Baba. Shirdi is a small town in Maharashtra with great religious significance. Thousands of pilgrims travel to Shirdi every year to visit the Shri Sai Baba Sansthan temple and pay their respects. The sound of chants and prayers guarantees to touch your heart and purify your soul. For a truly spiritual experience, join the prayer services among the locals.


46) Rishikesh

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If you are a fan of yogic arts, Rishikesh is the city for you. Based in the foothills of the Himalayas, Rishikesh is a spiritual destination. There are many ancient temples in this city of spiritualism. Adventure sports and scenic beauty are the two main attractions of this place. You will also find food to your liking in the city. Unravel your yoga mat and learn from the saints teaching the ancient art. Or simply go on an expedition through this town of wonders.


47) Alleppey

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Boat through peaceful canals in the middle of untouched wilderness in Alleppey. This city, situated in Kerala is a lesser-known tourist place in India. The backwaters are the highlighting feature of this place. Cruise past lush greenery on both sides and breathe nature into your pores. Explore striking views of the Arabian sea. Or simply reinvigorate yourself at one of the many Ayurvedic spas.


48) Bhangarh

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Do you have an interest in the paranormal? Ever had a paranormal experience? The village of Bhangarh has a chilling offering to make. Set in the majestic state of Rajasthan, Bhangarh is a village that is one of India’s most haunted places. The source of all the stories is the 17th-century Bhangarh fort. Now laying in ruins, the fort is riddled with claims of the paranormal. If you are looking for an opportunity to go ghost hunting, the fort in Bhangarh is your best bet. Fort authority’s permission is required for visits to the fort.


49) Sandakphu

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Trek to the highest peak in West Bengal. Sandakphu is a trekkers paradise due to its high elevation and the breathtaking views once you get to the top. Situated near the Singalia national park, this peak is a lesser-known tourist place in India. If the thrill of the climb gets your adrenaline pumping, this location is ideal for you.


50) Spiti Valley

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Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh is a place that you have to see to believe. Sitting atop the Himalayas, this valley is the epitome of scenic beauty. The valley features unending stretches of frosty desert and snowcapped mountains. It is home to a few Buddhist monasteries. For the adventure-loving tourist, Spiti valley is a treat with its trekking opportunities. Visit this remote tourist place in India for an adventure of a lifetime.


India will enchant your senses unlike any other country in the world. A visit to this country of amazing places and amazing people is sure to add to your collection of unforgettable memories.

 

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