Located in Southern Asia, India is one of the biggest countries in the world. We invite you to discover the beautiful India and its cultural heritage by presenting you a few places to visit and, surely, you will love them.
1. Visit Taj Mahal! Taj Mahal is a mausoleum located in Agra, India. It is known to be one of the most buildings in the world and the symbol of love. Its style is an ensemble of Persian, Islamic and Indian elements.
2. With an amazing history behind, Madurai is so special and distinct from another cities, due to its architecture, culture and people. In addition, is very famous for its temples. The Aappudaiyaar Koyil Tevara Stalam, the Koodalazhagar Divya Desam and the Gandhi Museum are the most important temples you shouldn’t miss!
3. If you like staying at the beach, GO to GOA! Here, you can enjoy the sun on the Bagha Beach, drinking, eating, do whatever you like!
4. The winter’s coldness and the white landscape form a nice scenery to visit the capital of Sikkim, Gangtok. Is a good opportunity for you to visit the wonderful Buddhist Monasteries, the beautiful surroundings or the Deer Park, an ideal place for picnic, where you can see the Red Panda and the Himalayan Bear.
5. Maybe the most attractive feature in India is the variety of festivals. There are a lot of this kind of fete due to the existence of a large number of religions. The four major religions followed in India are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism. In this way you can enlarge your knowledge about indian culture, food, religious rituals. A very interesting festival is the Festival of Colors.
6. Ruins of the city of victory “Vijayanagar” better known as “Hampi” are an unique place to visit, incredible testimonies of history.
7. You can enjoy boating on the backwaters of Kerala through the lush tropical waterways of India’s Deep South.
8. Mamallapuram was once a port city of the Pallava rulers. The temples and rock cut sculptures of that period create a unique blend of history and natural beauty. UNESCO has declared Mamallapuram to be a World Cultural Heritage site.
9. Jaipur is the reservoir of Indian customs, traditions, civilization and legacy. Jaipur lies at a distance of 260 kms from Delhi, the capital of India and the city is well-connected with other major cities of India. Regarding the music, “Ghoomar” is the main folk dance of Jaipur.
10. Amritsar is a city in the Punjab, in northwest India. It is a holy place for members of the Sikh religion, and worth visiting for its famous Golden Temple.