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10 Most Beautiful Cities in India

Updated on May 23, 2020
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I am an Accountant by profession and love to write about Fashion, Food, and Travel.

So here are the beautiful cities in India for you to visit:

If we think of a nation more diverse than India, we will find it very difficult. An ultimate travel goal, India has such a great amount to offer. From the southern conditions of Goa and Kerala to the dusty desert strongholds of Rajasthan, there is something very mysterious and charming about this extraordinary and intriguing Asian monster.


As we call it Venice of the East Srinagar is the biggest city and Summer Capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is located on the banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, and Dal and Anchar lakes. Dal Lake is the most known tourist spot in the valley’s paradise.

Best time to visit: Somewhere between April to November is the best time to plan a trip to Srinagar.


The recent capital of the Mewar realm, Udaipur is affectionately known as the city of lakes. The city gives a brief look into the regal past of the Rajput rulers and their lavishness. The strong posts and castles in this spot will take you on a joyride into the historical backdrop of the nation.

Best Time to Visit: The greatest months to visit are September, October, November, December, February and March.


Varanasi or Banaras is a city of marvelous Temples and Ghats. It is among the Sapta Puries, which means seven sacred cities of Ancient India. Varanasi is calmness in mid of chaos, the more one experience it, the more one becomes addicted to it.

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit Varanasi is Winter (November - February). The temperature is low and a quiet breeze favors it all through the day.


The Royal capital of the Princely State of Mysore, the city keeps up its regal appeal till today. Mysore is additionally one of the most well-known weekend spots from Bangalore. The Mysore Palace was worked out of wood in 1897 and is maintaining its reputation of craftsmanship. As sunsets, the royal residence is lit up to make an extraordinary glow.

Best Time to Visit: Mysore has a tropical atmosphere, however, the best time to visit Mysore is from the Monsoons and Winter a long time from July to February.


Hampi also is known as "Heritage City of India" is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the south bank of the River Tungabhadra it has the seventh century Hindu Virupaksha Temple and a cut stone chariot remains before the colossal Vittala Temple site.

Best Time to Visit: The winter an exceptionally significant time-frame of October to February is the best time to visit Hampi.


Settled at the lower regions of the Shivalik extend, this greenest city of India is an ideal mix of innovation and quietness and warmth.

The close by Rock Garden is a recreation center highlighting figures made of stones, reused earthenware production and mechanical relics.

The best time to visit Chandigarh is between the long periods of October and March when the climate is agreeable and is good for a city visit.


Agra is known for the seventh wonder of the world – the notorious and eventually noteworthy Taj Mahal.
Aside from the Taj, the city is additionally home to various other antique architecture including palaces and royal residences of Mughal era.

August to October: August denotes the start of Monsoon in Agra and is an incredible time to enjoy the Taj Mahal in its rain-washed beauty.


Gangtok city is a nice combination of training, the travel industry and business. It has a solid Tibetan culture and it leaves its hints all around the city. The scenery there is stunning and the cultural is well explained by the locals.

The best time to visit Gangtok is among October and mid-December. A spectacular view of the Himalayan Range is guaranteed during this time.


It is known as the 'Scotland of the East' because of its hitting closeness with the Scottish Highlands. Shillong is additionally known for the love of music and the same number of noticeable performers have hailed from this spot.

The evening view of Police Bazar is a colourful sight to enjoy, the Khasi women in their pretty attires, hot momo stalls and sun setting beside the hills.

Walk to June: March and April see the approach of summers however the climate is still very wonderful.


Last yet not the least Guwahati is a rambling city next to the Brahmaputra River and is the portal to the Seven North-eastern States.

It's known for heavenly locales like the Kamakhya Temple, Madan Kamdev and Hazo (Hindu Shrines of Shiva and Vishnu).

October to April is the best time to visit Guwahati since the city is honoured with a sticky subtropical atmosphere. One should plan their visit around the Bihu celebrations during April, January and September-October, to see a one of a kind and charming side of Assam.

With more than 1600 cities in India, it is not fair to list down just ten. Each city here has charm and history of its own. Indeed, they may not be too clean or maybe a little unsafe but possesses the worth of visiting once. Hope you all get that one chance to experience it yourself.

Happy Travelling !!!


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