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8 most visited places in India

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We all know of India’s diversity and the variety of places it has to offer when it comes to tourist attraction, history, architecture as well as recreation.

Here’s our list on top 8 most visited places in India—

8 Most Visited Places in India


This is one hub of historical structures in India. With the beautiful Taj Mahal constructed by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, Agra also has a number of tourist attractions including Fatehpur Sikri—built by Akbar, Akbar’s tomb, Agra Fort, Sinkandra Fort as well as Ram Bagh.


This place is known for its scenic beauty, cascading waterfalls, breathtaking lush green valleys and also crystal clear waters. It is during winters that one can have the most worthwhile trip to Kashmir, including a visit to significant places like Srinagar, Gulmarg and Sonmarg, along with a beautiful boat ride on the lovely Dal Lake.


The small state of Goa in the country encompasses beautiful beaches, waterfalls, churches and other historical monuments that garner a lot of tourist attractions from all over the world. It is about Goa’s charm, nightlife, breathtaking beaches and the warm crowd that makes it one of India’s most visited places.

Jaipur and Udaipur

Located in the Indian state of Rajasthan up in the north, these cities depict the enriched history of India and its architecture, with beautiful palaces, monuments and forts, including the Hawa Mahal and the Lake place of Udaipur.


Known as God’s own country, Kerala in southern India is a true reflection of scenic beauty with its mesmerizing hill stations, cascading waterfalls and lush green valleys, which includes places like Munnar, Thekkady, and also wonderful boat rides which attract may tourists to the Kerala backwaters.


The capital city of the country is rich in historical structures, including the Rashtrapati BhavanJama Masjid and also the UNESCO world heritage structure—the Qutub Minar.


This city is known as the cultural capital for the south Indian state of Karnataka. The city boasts of a variety of palaces including the famous Mysore Palace and also has a list of attractive zoological gardens and churches which form a great part of India’s tourism after the famous Taj Mahal in Agra.

Ajanta and Ellora Caves

Located in the Indian state of Maharashtra, the Ajanta and Ellora Caves form an integral part of the country’s tourism, with sculptures and arts in these caves aging from centuries ago, depicting Buddhist architecture, made of rocks.

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