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On this page you will find a selection of travel destinations which have already won over countless travellers.
North India has a lot to offer. Magical temples and lively cities. We have compiled a list of the most popular excursion destinations.
The Grand Mughal Shah Jahan had the fairy-tale white Taj Mahal built in memory of his great love Mumtaz Mahal who died in 1631.
The historic City of Amritsar is home to the impressive temple of Harmandir Sahib. The temple is gilded with gold leaf and looks as if it is floating on water.
The richly-decorated Itimad-ud-Daula Mausoleum is nicknamed the Mini-Taj-Mahal and, given its close proximity to the “big” Taj-Mahal, you can add it to your list of places to visit in Agra!
Home to the Maharajah Palace of Lalgarh, the Junagarh Fort and an ornate landscape of temples, the magical desert city of Bikaner has visitors spellbound. It is also well-known for its camel farms.
Bundi is an enchanting location with blue-painted Brahmin houses, lakes, hills, bazars and a impressive palace. The city is not as overrun as, say, Jaipur or Udaipur.
A provincial city named after the fort of Chittor. The fort, situated atop an approx. 180 m high hill and stretching over around three square kilometres, is well worth a visit.
Dharamsala is famous for being the home of the Dalai Lama. It is here that the exiled Tibetan government has its seat: Gangchen Kyishong.
This resplendent city with its breath-taking mosque and multiple palaces is located just 40 km from Agra. A visit to the colourful bazaar in the small village Fatehpur is a fabulous way to pass the time.
Gwalior is regarded as ‘the pearl of all forts in India’. A medieval mountain fortress and the beautiful Jai Vilas Palace await your discovery.
Hardiwar is the most holy city of Uttarkhand, located an the point where the Ganges exits the Himalayas. Pilgrims bathe in Har-ki-Pairi-Ghat to wash their sins away.
The royal past of the special state of Rajasthan is clear to see in its capital city. Jaipur remains the residence of the former royal family.
The breath-taking Fort of Jaisalmer is a must-see for any visitor to India. This desert city is reminiscent of exotic caravan routes and the romanticism of the desert.
In the Jim Corbett National Park, located in the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range, you can discover North India’s fascinating world of vegetation and animals. With any luck you might even see a tiger!
This popular destination has an abundance of palaces, fortresses and temples. In the rugged landscape of the Thar desert you can see the gleam of the blue Brahmin houses which give the city its nickname ‘the Blue City’.
Khajuraho is a small town in the Bundelkhand region in Madhya Pradesh, known for its many Hindu and Jain temples with their impressive petroglyphs. These are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
This small mountain village was once referred to by Mahatma Gandhi as “the Alps of India”. Visitors can expect pleasant temperatures and breath-taking views. Many visitors come to Kausani to visit the Gandhi Ashram.
This impressive but isolated fort is located 80 km to the north of Udaipur and reawakens the Rajput era of chivalry and warfare.
Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. The city pulsates with life and offers all manner of attractions: art, good food, culture and music.
This mountain station in the Kullu Valley is located in the Himalayas at above 2050 metres altitude. A popular travel destination in summer, it draws in visitors with its pleasant temperatures.
Mandawa is known for its great number of havelis and the Mandawa Fort. Countless wonderfully painted frescoes adorn the walls of the old buildings.
Der Großmogul Shah Jahan ließ das märchenhafte weiße Taj Mahal zum Gedenken an seine im Jahre 1631 verstorbene große Liebe Mumtaz Mahal erbauen.
Masuri is one of the most popular honeymoon locations in India. Its breath-taking views, flourishing nature and lush green mountains are simply enchanting.
Nainital is one of the most popular mountain stations in all of India. Experience a cosy boat tour on Nainital Lake, enjoy a picnic in the mountains or feed the local wildlife in the zoo.
The word Orchha means ‘hidden’. It was once the capital city of one the greatest and most powerful kingdoms in India. Today it seems like time has just stood still here - Orchha‘s medieval charm is enchanting.
Pushkar is regarded as one of the holy cities of India. Worshippers come from all over India to bathe in the holy Pushkar Lake. In November of every year it plays host to one of the largest camel markets in the world.
Ranakpur is a small village in the West of India, famous for its extraordinary white marble Jain temple. A worthwhile pit stop en route to Udaipur.
Ranikhet is a popular mountain station in Uttarakhand, situated at 1830 metres altitude in the Himalayas. The surroundings make it an ideal destination for hiking.
A national park and a tiger reservoir await you in Ranthambore in West Rajasthan. Please note however that the park is closed during the monsoon months of July to September.
Not far from the great pilgrimage city of Haridwar lies Rishikesh, famous for its abundance of temples and ashrams. Worth a visit for any yoga enthusiast!
The capital Himachal Pradeshs is a popular holiday destination during the warm summer months. Victorian-style architecture runs through the cityscape and gives the city its romantic flair.
Sikandra is a small village to the north of Agra. Famous for the mausoleum which houses the tomb of the Mogul Emperor Akbar, it is definitely worth making a stop here.
Udaipur is famed for its lakes, forts, temples, gardens and romantic retreats and even made it as a film set in the James Bond Film Octopussy.
Varanasi, also known as Kashi or Benares has traditionally been viewed as the most holy city in India for Hindus.