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Places to Visit in North India

1. New Delhi, NCR
New Delhi, the national capital of India, is a traveler’s paradise, to say the least. As a city that has seen the rise and fall of many dynasties, Delhi boasts of several monuments and heritage places that pay tribute to its rich cultural and political past. While there is a good range of historical places to visit in Delhi, the city doesn’t lack in gardens, museums, places of worship, adventure spots, and theme parks, either. Add to that the vibrant shopping destinations, local markets, and street food, Delhi easily tops the list of best tourist places in North India.
2. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
Shimla, the picturesque capital city of Himachal Pradesh, is located at the foothills of the Himalayas and offers a unique travel experience with its snow-capped mountains, forests, lush green valleys, placid lakes, and pleasant climatic conditions. Apart from these natural attractions, the region also boasts of several man-made wonders including religious places, historical structures, museums, and the lively Mall Road. Away from the hustle-bustle of large cities, Shimla makes for one of the best honeymoon destinations in North India.
3. Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Agra, home to the famous Taj Mahal, counts among the top places to visit in North India and for all the right reasons. The historical city in Uttar Pradesh is a medley of grand monuments, exceptional architecture, and mesmerizing sights and sounds. It boasts of three UNESCO World Heritage sites, several enticing gardens, vibrant local markets, emporiums, and lip-smacking street food. Agra is also part of the famous Golden-Triangle circuit
4. Kullu and Manali, Himachal Pradesh
Blessed with verdant greenery, pristine streams, meadows blooming with flowers, and pleasant climate, the twin towns of Kullu and Manali in Himachal Pradesh are among the most visited hill stations in North India. These towns, which are at a distance of about 40 km, are dotted with waterfalls, trekking trails, apple orchards, religious places, quaint villages, museums, and hip cafes, among others. While Kullu and Manali draw in a large number of couples, they are also a favorite with adventure seekers looking to indulge in trekking, paragliding, camping, river rafting, etc.
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5. Mussoorie and Dehradun, Uttarakhand
The tree-covered hills and valleys of Dehradun and Mussoorie have attracted families and couples since the 1800s. Offering stunning views of Dehradun on one side and snow-capped Himalayan peaks on the other, the British rightly called Mussoorie, The Queen of Hill Stations. Located merely 33 km apart, these hills are also popular with trekkers. In addition to their natural beauty, Dehradun and Mussoorie boast of a number of institutions, churches, and summer palaces from the British-raj era.
6. Dharamsala and McLeodganj, Himachal Pradesh
The tree-covered hills and valleys of Dehradun and Mussoorie have attracted families and couples since the 1800s. Offering stunning views of Dehradun on one side and snow-capped Himalayan peaks on the other, the British rightly called Mussoorie, The Queen of Hill Stations. Located merely 33 km apart, these hills are also popular with trekkers. In addition to their natural beauty, Dehradun and Mussoorie boast of a number of institutions, churches, and summer palaces from the British-raj era.
7. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

Jim Corbett National Park, Indian’s first national park, is renowned for being home to the largest tiger population in the country. The park also has an abundance of elephants, deer, leopards, bears, reptiles, and birds spread across hills, grasslands, and jungles. It is divided into 6 zones with each offering a unique experience and Dhikala is the most popular amongst them. Given its proximity to cities like Delhi, Jim Corbett is one of the most popular long weekend destinations in North India.

8. Haridwar and Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

It is impossible to talk about religious places in North India without mentioning Haridwar and Rishikesh. Considered to be twin national heritage cities, Haridwar and Rishikesh have a spiritual aura that attracts soul seekers and pilgrims from across the world. Even the Beatles visited Rishikesh in the 60s! While on one hand, the Ganges is meditated upon, on the other, its white rapids call out to thrill-seekers making it one of the most popular adventure spots in North India. Both towns have a vegetarian food culture and are known for delicious street food spread. Further, Rishikesh is the starting point for the Char Dhaam Yatra.

9. Amritsar, Punjab
Amritsar is a treasure trove of spiritual and architectural beauty. It is home to the holiest shrine of the Sikhs, the Golden Temple or Sri Harmandir Sahib as it is popularly known. With bullet marks still visible on the walls of the Jallianwala Bagh, the city is a poignant reminder of India’s freedom struggle. The Change of Guard ceremony performed every evening at the Wagah-Attari border by soldiers of the Indian and Pakistani army is another reason Amritsar is worth visiting.
10. Chandigarh, Punjab
Designed by Le Corbusier, Chandigarh is renowned as the first planned city of independent India. Even today, though the façade has changed, the city retains the look of sweeping boulevards, gardens, lakes and grand buildings. The city is popular shopping destination and the gateway to many of Punjab’s smaller towns. Chandigarh has plenty of monuments worth admiring, one-of-a-kind gardens, lakes, and picnic spots. While on one hand, it has fine dining and gourmet restaurants, on the other hand, it offers lip-smacking street food.
11. Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
Surrounded by snow-capped hills in the winter and pine-clad valleys in the summer, Dalhousie is a nature lover’s paradise. Apart from honeymooners and families, this is one of the popular tourist places for solo travelers in North India. Sprawled across 5 hills and valleys, Dalhousie has many bungalows, churches, and cottages that date back to the British era. It abounds in natural beauty and boasts of picturesque waterfalls, trekking routes, lakes, dams and a wildlife sanctuary that houses over 100 rare species of birds and animals.
12. Nainital, Uttarakhand
With a beautiful lake that takes center stage, Nainital is one of the most popular family destinations in North India. The town has a number of trekking routes that offer spectacular views of forested valleys and pristine lakes. Everything about Nainital seems designed to relax the mind and spirit. In winter, the town is covered with snow and looks like it belongs to a postcard. The Nainital Winter Carnival is a 3 days extravagant celebration with cultural performances, bird watching, and heritage trails.
13. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Varanasi is one of the most important religious places in North India. Also known as Benaras, it is steeped in history and religious symbolism. There are a number of temples in Varanasi dedicated to Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Watching the sunrise over the Ganga and strolling down the ghats are powerful experiences that one cannot have anywhere else. It is a magical city where the myriad sights and sounds can quickly overwhelm the senses.
Jaipur | Trident

Trident Jaipur, which boasts breathtaking views of peaceful Mansagar Lake and the Aravalli Range. It houses a large outdoor pool with loungers, pool bar and fitness facilities.

Pushkar | Gulaab Niwaas Palace

Gulaab Niwaas Palace offers majestic architecture set on a sand dune overlooking the town, lakes and temples.

International Destinations

Phuket | Novotel

This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Spread over 8 acres of tropical gardens, Novotel Phuket Resort offers beautiful views of Patong Beach and Andaman Sea.

Dubai | Park Regis

Connect with Dubai’s rich history and modern marvels at Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai, where Dubai connects.

Kuala Lumpur | Face Suites

THE FACE Suites offers accommodations in Kuala Lumpur, 300 m from Starhill Gallery. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Each room includes a flat-screen TV with cable channels.

Bangkok | Novotel

Whether it’s spa pampering, sunbathin next to the pool or sampling delicious fresh Dim Sum, Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square has it all.

Bali | Hilton Garden Inn

Conveniently located 500 m away from Bali Denpasar International Airport, Hilton Garden Inn Bali Ngurah Rai Airport features a landscaped outdoor pool, a kids’ pool and a 24-hour fitness centre.

Colombo | Cinnamon Grand

A luxurious 5 Star City Hotel located in the center of Colombo and in the heart of tourist and commercial hubs like the World Trade Centre, National Museum and Iconic temples.

Pattaya | Seaphere Residency

Pattaya Seaphere – SHA Extra Plus Residence is offering accommodations in Na Jomtien. All rooms boast a TV with cable channels and a private bathroom.

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