- 1India219 reviews
I love Delhi. It's a dusty, polluted, trash-filled and abject place. It's a nightmare tangle of traffic and poverty, complaining rickshaw-wallahs and sketchy Kashmiris selling ersatz hashish. The air is so bad that they say living here takes ten years off your life, and you'll be damned if it doesn't seem it by the end of your 3rd day here. ...
- 2India201 reviews
This is the city of India's largest movie industry. Don't be surprised if someone approaches you to be an extra in the next Bollywood hit. Make sure to check out Hotel Taj (gorgeous colonial architecture) and Colaba Causeway (your one-stop shopping street market)! Bombay is also known for its nightlife. The clubs are expensive but they're worth the hype. Prive ...
- 3India13 reviews
My favorite native place..!
- 4India4 reviews
Don't miss these places in India
- 5India10 reviews
Im from Rajasthan - a Marwadi, but thats not the reason, its just the beauty of the state, the deserts, its calling'.. the rich culture - folk music, food, beautiful dessert landscape, palaces, etc.. one has to go there to believe it. Iv been there but want to go again with Nikhil.
- 6India12 reviews
Fab places to visit if you want a feel of a truly Indian holiday! Agra has the Taj Mahal, that is a must visit. Varanasi, the birthplace of Hinduism is believed to be the longest living city ever! The city itself is very very untidy but you will strike a chord with its existence. There's Khajuraho temples in the central ...
- 7India72 reviews
OK, I admit I don't love Agra as a city. It is crazy, crowded, and has lots of aggressive touts vying for your business. That said, there is the Taj Mahal. And that, my friend, makes all the difference.
- 8India69 reviews
Fantastic! One of the best cut cities for its food, cultural heritage with a modern touch.
- 9India112 reviews
If some one asks me the heaven on the earth, that is this small territory known as Goa, of the most honest, simple, God loving and homogenous people.
- 10India65 reviews
The glorious pink city of India was once ruled by the Rajputs and royal families; hence, the traditional cultures are extensively followed throughout the city even today. Its royal charm and heritage value are instant crowd-pullers. It attracts travelers with its stunning remnants of bygone era. Ancient monuments, architectural buildings, beautiful palaces, museums, temples and gardens, attract a large number ...
- 11India41 reviews
I did Ayurveda in Kochi, it's a pretty place, don't expect beautiful beaches because there are none. It's tropical India, lot's of palm trees, i don't think it would be what people expect of India. The people are friendly, the markets are awesome. The ride on the barge from one side of Kochi to the other is scary and fun, ...
- 12India9 reviews
A place called Kinnaur. Very cold with temp below freezing point in winters. For the ppl who want to get away feom hustle bustle of city life and unwind :-)
- 13India122 reviews
Bangalore has fun things if you are a business traveller. If you are merely a tourist, it is mostly a waystation to Mysore and other South Indian places.
- 14India7 reviews
Its A Cold Place Here We Can Visit Temples ,Do Horse Riding And Many A lot
- 15India25 reviews
The Venice of East.... a must go for every traveler... You just cant go wrong anywhere in Udaipur... every street.... every lake... every Haveli and every person... ture Rajasthan Experence
- 16India31 reviews
Nice art galley
- 17India72 reviews
Looking back on three months in India, Kolkata was probably my favorite city. Not because there are any must-see sights but probably just because Bengali culture resonated some way with my personally. I liked Bengali food, I was interested by the culture out on the streets, I liked the decaying colonial architecture, and I like the friendly people. Calcutta is ...
- 18India11 reviews
Chennai, in short, is a journey into timeless India, a kaleidoscope of moods. Rich in the treasures of history, from temples and shrines to forts and palaces, the landscape of the past lives easily with the present.
- 19India42 reviews
Many cities vie for the title of the oldest inhabited city on Earth - Damascus among them - but people, prepare for a place which will just blow your mind. Welcome to the wheel of life, done only as the extremities of India can do. You'll either be immediately captivated or loathe the place at first sight. I fell in ...
- 20India19 reviews
A Place to Refresh