What are the Best Cities to Visit in India for a Western Tourist and Why?
Agra because of the Taj Mahal.
Delhi for the architecture.
Mumbai for the way of life of the people and because it's an amazing city and there's lots to see.
Goa for the beaches.
Kolkata also is a huge city.
Most of big Indian cities have a lot of temples and palaces and forts. It's not so well known because they aren't commercialized.
The answer actually depends on your taste and how many days you have in your hand.
I would suggest dont miss out Jaipur and Udaipur in Rajasthan. It has beautiful palace, temple and fort. It is the best combination of past(heritage) and present(globalisation).
Kerala is famous for its clean beaches and backwaters.It it also popular for its alterate healing massages.
Goa is well known for its pristine beaches and laid back and relaxed lifestyle.
If you do visit India, Agra is a must for Taj Mahal (One of he seven wonders of the world).
by gajanis7866 years ago
During vacations it is sometimes very difficult to decide which city of the world to visit as there are different opinions with in the family.....if there is some sort of top best cities list available it could be a...
by Terrex2 weeks ago
Can anyone tell me which places to visit in India? (Please leave out the overdone Taj Mahal etc)And things to do. I'm disappointed I missed the Festival of Colors (Holi), unlike the girl in the pic.
by emdi4 years ago
Best place to visit in India?Please suggest a clean and safe place to visit in india.
by omggoshgosh5 years ago
If you are asked to say your top 3 cities to visit, which would those be?
by Ingshou Lin3 years ago
Best small cities to visit
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