A trip to India! Don’t miss out on these places.


Are you planning to go on for a trip to India, the land of diverse cultures and language? India has some of the most beautiful tourist spots due to which Tourism in India is booming at a tremendous rate. Here is a list of 10 best places that you should not miss out on during your visit to this seventh-largest country.


Rajasthan is an Indian state that borders Pakistan. Are you curious to know more about Rajput history? Do you want to get some impressive views of Aravallis Mountain? Do you desire to see the pink city, Jaipur, which you have heard a lot? Want to know the blue-city, Jodhpur? Rajasthan is your destination. It is a marvelous place to start your trip.

With the diverse cultures and remarkable architecture, Rajasthan tops the must-visit places in India list. The magnificent architecture of Rajasthan is evident from the well-crafted forts, city palace, and the temples.

Rajasthan is the home to the Thar Desert marks the boundary between India and Pakistan.


Agra is one of the most beautiful cities in India. It houses the infamous Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Taj Mahal itself is considered the best tourist attraction in India. The mystical call of the Taj Mahal attracts tourists to Agra like a wondrous flame that attracts moths to it. Agra was the capital of the Mughal Empire. But it holds its head high due to the presence of the iconic structure.

Also, get ready to be amused by the sixteenth-century fort, Agra fort, which is much similar to the Red fort situated in Delhi, India. The magnificent architecture and the spectacular interiors are worth seeing.


Often referred to as God’s own country, Kerala has exceptional weather and diverse vegetation. You can see places where God played wonders and crafted magnificent spots with natural beauty. A place where nature has done a lot to look perfect.

There are many reasons why you should include this place in your must-visit list. Ecotourism, Palm trees, white sand beaches are some of these. Kochi, the hub of Kerala, is the commercial, industrial, and financial capital of the city. It is a busy commercial port with diverse religions and ethnics. You can walk through the Jewish synagogue, Thrikkakara temple, Dutch palace, and the Pallipuram fort.


Varanasi is the spiritual capital of India. There is a lot to be said and experienced regarding the city’s history that has an age of about 3000 years or more. The Alamgir Mosque, SankatMochan temple, Shri Kashi Vishwanath temple, and the list of divine buildings goes on. The sunrise view along the banks of river Ganges can offer you pictures that you can take back home and adore for the rest of your life.


Being one of the oldest cities in the world, Delhi, the capital territory in north-central India, has a lot to be seen and experienced. The sprawling Red Fort and the gigantic Jama Masjid mosque are some of these. The bustling bazaar, Chandni Chowk, contains everything you want from food carts to spice stalls and sweet shops.

Goa beaches

A blend of Indian culture with colonial impacts combined with International tourism, that’s what Goa is. On the western coast of India, lies Goa soaked with the splashing waves and glowing under the sun’s rays. Whether it be for the foreigners, for the family, honeymoon, couples, or water sport, the beautiful beaches of Goa are ready to soak you. The spectacular beaches that is what attracts a large population to Goa. Candolim Beach is the most popular of the bunch. It is the most awe-inspiring and, obviously, the crowded in the area. If you are looking for a less crowded beach, then head towards Arjuna beach. The most beautiful of all is the Palolem, where nature has done much to enhance its beauty.

Apart from the beaches, there are other places to visit. Chapora fort is one among them. Want to have some fun in the sun? Head straight to Goa.


In the northernmost region, covered by the snowcapped mountains, in the much-disputed part of Kashmir, lies Ladakh with its tall mountains standing straight, head held high. Nomadic residents mostly inhabit the area. Though the city is vast, just a small population houses the region. Therefore, the part is less crowded and calm. Other than the breathtaking scenery of the area, the town of Leh is what attracts most to this place. The palace of the King of Ladakh is also in this town. Buddhist monasteries that say a lot about the Buddhist culture is in plenty in this old town.


Renown as the mecca for the Sikh religion, Amritsar, the holy city, is located in the northern province of Punjab. It is home to the glittering Golden Temple, also called Harmandir Sahib. The spiritual prayers from Gurudwaras are what wakes the city up. It is one of those places that holds the painful history of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. The Wagah border is close to it.

Amritsar has witnessed some of the worst of situations from the Jallianwala Bagh massacre tragedy to the Operation Blue Star in the golden temple. But, the city has come out like a phoenix. The journey from the shock caused by these tragedies to a busy town active in trade and tourism is historical.

Amritsar is accessible to most of India’s most famous cities.


Mysore, the home to the breathtaking Mysore Palace, was once the capital of the Wodeyar dynasty. Mysore palace is a spectacular instance of Indo-Saracenic architecture with some of the best-carved architectures and interiors. Dewaraja market is something that you shouldn’t miss out on if ever you are in Mysore.

On your tour to India, make sure that you visit these places. Indeed, the views and sceneries will amaze you. India can gift you a lot of memories that you can take back home and cuddle for the rest of your life.