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India is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Authentic and warm, it contains idyllic places just waiting to be explored. If you love nature, wild lands, warm colors and particularly fascinating traditions, this country must absolutely be part of your travel diary.

India is a destination like no other. You will live there and experience a life cut off from the world, combining an immense spirituality, a very diversified cultural life and a total change of scenery. Through this article, you will discover the incredible places of this country.

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The city of Jaisalmer has no shortage of activities: camel rides, exploring the city or spending a night in the dunes, you have plenty to do! It is also nicknamed “The Golden City” because of its golden ocher walls. The city is famous for its magnificent fortress that overlooks it. It shelters several temples, and its ramparts allow one to observe a panorama of the city.


Fatehpur Sikri

The former capital of the Mughal Empire, nicknamed “the city of victory,” is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located 40 km from Agra, it was built by Akbar, one of the greatest Mughal rulers. Only a 1-hour drive from Agra, it is an essential excursion during a trip to India. There are many places to visit in this cosmopolitan city: the Jama Masjid mosque, the Panch Mahal, a 5-storey palace and the Sikri bazaar for the typical Indian atmosphere.


The Golden Temple of Amritsar 

It is the most sacred building of the Sikhs. It attracts many faithful who come to purify themselves in the sacred waters and pray at the temple. As its name says, it is completely covered in gold. But beware: it is a sacred place, so you will have to wash your feet and cover your head before entering. A good plan for you during your adventure in India: the temple is quite unknown to Western tourists because it does not appear on the routes of tour operators. It is also remote and will take you 10 hours by train from Delhi to get there.




With its many palaces and romantic side, Udaipur, known as the Venice of the East, is an emblematic city of Rajasthan. The Lake Palace Hotel is located on Lake Pichola and is one of the mythical places of the city and a true jewel of Indian architecture.

Here is a quick overview of the places in Udaipur to visit without further delay:

  • The Jagdish Temple, with multiple sculptures
  • The City Palace, a set of palaces offering a breathtaking view of the city
  • The Sahelion Ki Bari, a garden with fountains and lush vegetation
  • Lake Pichola from where you can admire the Lake Palace Hotel


Discover Ladakh, the Indian Himalayas

You do not want to cross the border to go to Tibet? No problem! It will not be compulsory for you to change the country to discover these magnificent architectures of the Tibetan monasteries, the most famous of which is located in Lamayuru. In contrast, you can conquer this mountain range on a trek. Most departures are from Leh, the capital of the province, located at 3500 meters above sea level. Do not fail to do so: it’s one of the region’s must-do activities!



A trip to India is incomplete without passing through the famous city of Delhi. This one is particularly fascinating, with a surprising historical heritage. Moreover, you will still find vestiges of the past, like the famous Jama Masjid mosque and the Red Fort. You will also enjoy a visit through the small local markets, which are animated by a friendly atmosphere.

Among the emblematic monuments, you cannot miss the New Delhi India Gate!



The city of Calcutta is naturally considered to be the cultural capital of India. It will not leave you indifferent by the energy it gives off and the image it represents. It contains buildings from the era of colonization, giving it a unique charm. You can stop by to see the Victoria Memorial, Howrah Railway Station, Tagore’s House, Saint Paul’s Cathedral or even Tagore’s House. Remember to discover the local culinary specialties to make your taste buds travel.



Goa is an exceptional place that highlights the sweetness of life. If you want to have a good time and enjoy the sun, this is arguably the best destination in India. You will be delighted by this tropical setting with the magnificent fine sandy beaches, the crystal clear waters, the huge coconut palms, and the shellfish platters. Do not miss to discover the old town of Panaji. It is a perfect destination to spend pleasant moments with the family. You can also explore prestigious mountains, natural waterfalls, sublime temples, churches and the ruins of the past.



Also called “the blue city”, the famous city of Jodhpur has something to surprise you. Between its tiny houses painted in blue, its alleys with atypical charm and its markets, this place is well worth the detour. You will be captivated by this incredible architectural heritage! You will also discover an extraordinary cultural richness. For a breathtaking view of the whole city, go to the famous fort of Mehrangarh, which culminates more than 120 meters toward the sky.



The city of Jaipur is also among the most famous places in India. You will appreciate the dynamism of the small alleys, the oriental scents that envelop the nostrils, the small craft markets, the immense palaces and the temples of prayer. You can visit the Amber Fort, the Palace on the Water or the Palace of the Winds. One thing is sure: you will immerse yourself in authentic culture.



The Taj Mahal

It is arguably India’s most iconic monument. Literally translated as “Crown Palace”, the Taj Mahal is considered the temple of love. It takes on the characteristics of a white marble mausoleum, erected by Emperor Shah Jahan in honor of his wife around the 17th century. It is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, 200 kilometers southeast of the city of Delhi.


Our Final Word

India is like nowhere else in the world.  With over 1 billion people, it can be crowded, noisy, smelly and incredible and exciting.  From the Himalayas to tracking Tigers put India on your to-do list.


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