Top 10 places to visit in India

Top 10 places to visit in India

India is an enormous and diverse destination and in this article, I will be giving you a list of Top 10 places to visit in India.

Bordered by seven different countries, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Yes, there are many different sides of the country.

More than 20 official languages, multiple religions and a variety of cuisines exist

To truly experience the depth of Indian culture and it’s history, travel is the key.

Let us take a tour of the Top 10 places to visit in India.


Read this awesome post on Udaipur by Thesailingsoul-

The city of lakes, Udaipur glistens romantically on the edge of the desert in Rajasthan.

The city is protected by lush hills and is where you can find the mesmerizing Lake Palace

Another Breathtaking and captivating sight to look out for is the imposing but graceful City Palace, along with the Monsoon Palace. which stands out with walls made of gleaming white marble.

Explore old temples and walk the winding streets of this fanciful corner of India, and slip into times past inside its ancient bazaars.


The Punjabi city of Amritsar lies on the border with Pakistan and is home to the holiest of The Golden Temple is in the heart of the old walled city; this Sikh shrine provides a place for reflection and inspiration.

You can take a tour of the Golden Temple regardless of religion, but you will need to show respect by covering your head and removing your shoes.

The streets surrounding the temple are a frenetic fusion of people, markets and activity.

Be sure to pick up some traditional goods here, Especially the hand-embroidered fabrics.


In northernmost India, in the heavily disputed Kashmir region, is the mountainous destination of Ladakh.

This region is large, but it has a low population density and a number of nomadic residents.

Breathtaking, Mesmerising and pristine scenery is a major draw to the area, but virtually all travelers will also spend time in the town of Leh.

The town is located at a very high elevation, and it is home to the 17th century Palace of the King of Ladakh.

Buddhist culture is also prominent in Leh, and you may wish to explore some of the many Buddhist monasteries and temples.

This is a yet to visit place for me in India.


Read my Post on Visit to Goa What to do, where to stay each and everything covered in the single post-


On the western coast of India lies Goa, a former colony of Portugal that blends Indian culture with colonial influences and plenty of international tourism.

Goa is popular largely because of its spectacular beaches.

The busiest of all is Candolim Beach, where travelers from around the world flock to soak up the sun.

Anjuna Beach, by contrast, is far less crowded.

It is also an amazing place where you can walk to Chapora Fort and admire the sandy coastline from a new perspective.

Palolem is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in all of Goa with its natural bay surrounded by lofty headlands on either side.


Read my post on New Delhi about some of the lesser-known but interesting places in Delhi-

If you’re spending any time in Northern India, you will almost certainly visit the capital city of Delhi.

The enormous sprawling destination is home to several districts, and it is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the world.

One of the top sights in Delhi is the Red Fort, which was built in the 17th century.

The Red Fort is made from sandstone, and you will be able to walk through its Lahore Gate, into the bazaar, through the jewel palace, While in Delhi, you should also make time for the many museums and religious structures that make up the city.


In the state of Maharashtra, you can explore the caves of both Ellora and Ajanta.

At Ellora, there is an enormous complex of shrines carved from the rocky landscape.

These 34 cave shrines are up to 1,500 years old, and they are from three distinct religions: Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism.

Two hours away is Ajanta, which is home to 29 caves.

The Ajanta caves are covered in murals and paintings, most of which reflect Buddhist stories.

While the two cave complexes are two hours away from one another, it is well worth visiting both to compare these incredible attractions.


A city that may seem strange to many Westerners, Varanasi is of great religious importance.

The holy city sits on the banks of the divine Ganges and is believed by Hindus to be a sacred place of pilgrimage.

The city is known for the religious practices that take place on the ghats alongside the river; pilgrims wash their body in the waters of the Ganges and the bodies of Hindus are also burned here.

The sights of life and death along the riverside can be shocking, but a visit to Varanasi is also contemplative, and ultimately, helps visitors to further understand India’s deep cultural and spiritual practices.


Read my three days Itinerary for your visit to Kochi Kerela –

The southwestern state of India known as Kerala is a place of tropical beauty.

Palm trees, white-sand beaches, and eco-tourism are all big reasons to explore the region.

Besides its famous backwaters, elegant houseboats and temple festivals, Kerala is also home to the Thekkady Tiger preserve.

The hub of Kerala is the city of Kochi, where you can see the local fishing industry thriving along with modern high-rises and colonial architecture.


Agra is known for one thing – the iconic and ultimately impressive Taj Mahal.

Set on the south bank of the Yamuna River, the Taj draws millions of tourists a year.

Built by an emperor as an extravagant memorial to his wife, the mausoleum’s porcelain white marble is an emblem of romance and adventure.

Agra itself sits in the shadow of its imposing monument but is a small and welcoming city.

The ancient Mughal-era Agra Fort is an attractive spot to visit – peer over the walls here and catch your first hypnotizing glimpse of the Taj.


Read my three days detailed Itinerary for your visit to Guwahati-

Northeast India offers everything for a traveler. The states like Meghalaya, Assam, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh has a lot to offer and see. If you are preparing to travel to India plan for visiting the States of Northeast India. Without visiting these places one cannot say that his tour to India is complete.

Guwahati has a humongous Brahmaputra river bank and Meghalaya has some great naturally well crafted beautiful places like Dowky, Cherrapunjee, Mausaynram and lots more.

A trip to the northeast is always Breathtaking! Snow clad mountains, Fresh lakes, Enchanting caves, Adorable and beautiful orchids and misty trails all look so heavenly.

Right from plains of Assam to the Glaciers peak of the Himalayan ranges of the Arunachal Pradesh, There are lots of mesmerizing places yet to be fully explored by the travel lovers.


India is truly a diverse country I have not taken into account the states Uttarakhand and Himachal but I must say they are beyond compare when it comes to natural beauty.

I would suggest the mountain lovers and peace lovers to do visit the states of Uttarakhand and Himachal, there are loads of beautifully crafted natural places to look out for such as Queen of hills Mussoorie, Shimla, Manali and many more.

You would definitely enjoy my tour to the Queen of the hills Mussoorie-

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  1. Great post looking ahead to visit India this year,Keep it up with your blog.

    1. Thank you so much Georgia for your words and you should definitely plan to visit India, You can follow Itinerary for many places for your visit in India from my blog. Thanks a lot again for appreciating my work.

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