Astonishing Tourist Destinations in North India that you can’t skip
North India is known for its majestic Himalayan mountains, trekking terrains, flowing rivers, beautiful valleys, hill stations, heritage monuments and for all the scenic views that cannot be compared to anywhere else in the world.
I mean that there is so much for tourist apart from tourist attractions like dinning in villages, attending local marriages, celebrating festivals with locals etc. So the best way to explore some amazing Indian destinations is to experience it all….
Let’s hear about some of the most popular tourist fascinations in North India.
Let’s start with our capital city, New Delhi that is a bustling metropolitan city yet has a charm of the olden times with its old streets and heritage monuments.
Not to miss, the pride of Delhi, India Gate that is a reminiscence of the 90,000 Indian soldiers who laid down their lives during World War I. This is a popular relaxing area in summer evenings and a much visited picnic spot during winters. And you will also love to enjoy an ice-cream at night.
Then you have some amazing destinations like Lodhi Garden, Qutab Minar, many Sikh temples and not to forgot some amazing hotels and resorts in the city.
Golden Temple, Amritsar
Golden Temple also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib holds to be one of the oldest Sikh Gurdwara and is visited by thousands of pilgrims regardless of their caste or creed. It is blessed with a unique Sikh architecture. The most preferable time to visit the temple is from November to March since the climate is pleasant during this winter season. Also, visiting the temple during festive times like Baisakhi and Diwali offers an awesome sight. You will find it heavily crowded during these festivals.
For many Sikh families, Amritsar is an ideal destination to celebrate wedding and thus the best way to explore this city of Guru is to attend a Sikh marriage.
When visiting the Queen of hill Stations, Shimla, one place that you just can’t miss is the Mall Road. This is one of the busiest commercial areas of the city that has been built in an extremely strategic and planned way.
Shimla is very popular among travellers from Chandigarh as it’s just 100 km from the cleanest city of India. So, don’t get surprised to see majority of travellers from Delhi and Chandigarh.
Nevertheless. Shimla is a beautiful hill station which one must visit. To book a holiday for any of these sites from Delhi, check bigasalloutdoors.com