You may not know what to do with your vacation yet and you are still planning the destination you will visit and what places you will know during your free time.
Or maybe you are considering traveling to India during your vacations and wondering if it will be a good idea to dedicate your leisure time to this destination. The answer we can give you is yes. Traveling to India you can know this mystical land as some people call it and the beauty of the monuments that you always see on the Internet or on television.
Going to a new holiday destination not only means visiting monuments and places that we only knew through photographs, just as it does not imply just spending time visiting rivers, outside your work environment, away from the burden of bills and the pressure that takes the city where you live, etc … Going on vacation to a place like India is also wondering what emotions you want to experience once you arrive at the destination and what kind of experiences you want to live in the places you can visit during your trip.
In India there are many places to visit, but here is a small list of 10 experiences that I want to share with you. Although you can’t describe experiences in India so much because it’s something you have to live personally to understand how wonderful to travel to India!
TheTaj Mahal,Agra, Uttar Pradesh :
If you travel to India, the first recommendation we want to make is that you travel to Agra, Uttar Pradesh. We are sure you will thank us for the advice 😊. Here you can live the excitement of a city that has hundreds of years in history. Agra (in Hindi: आगरा; in Urdu: آگرہ) is a city located on the banks of the Yamuna River, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, in India. It was the capital of the Mughal Empire between 1556 and 1658. You can imagine that, if you dare to visit Agra, you can contemplate the magnificence of the only one of the seven wonders of the world in India, the Taj Mahal , which makes the whole country Be proud Close your eyes and imagine walking through a city that has something to tell you and that, when you open your eyes, you have before you these extraordinary architectures.
But the majestic Taj Mahal is not the only attraction of Agra, but the city has several monuments worth visiting. Let us tell you what to see in India during your trip through Agra.
The mausoleum of Itimad-ud-Daulah which is a small mausoleum of India from the time of the Mughal Empire and was built between 1622 and 1628, so we talk about almost 400 years of existence. Some people consider it a sketch of the Taj Mahal, a fame that has also made it known as “Little Taj.” Its architectural structure is not the only thing that relates to the previous mausoleum, but that of Itimad-ud-Daulah has a garden that would be the predecessor of the one that was later designed for the Taj Mahal.
The tomb of Chini Ka Rauza is the place where the remains of Chini Ka Rauza rest, who was the prime minister of Shah Jahan. This tomb was built only with rectangular stone in 1635 and is located just one kilometer north of the Itmad-Ud-Daulah Tomb, on the eastern bank of the Yanuma River in Agra. As a curious fact of this building we can tell you that it is considered a milestone of special relevance in Indo-Persian architecture, since it was the first Indian building that has a decoration made from glazed tiles, exclusively. Being so close to the Itmad-ud-Daulah mausoleum you can take a route through the most important tombs to see in India without consuming much time.
The Jama Masjid or Friday mosque is one of the largest mosques in India. It is the main center of worship for Muslims in Delhi , a city in which it is located and was built between 1644 and 1658. It has the advantage that it is free of charge for both local citizens and foreign tourists. Of course, the camera has a surcharge that you will have to pay. In addition, as currently any mobile phone has a camera, you will have to pay yes or yes the 300 rupees of the surcharge.
The Church of Akbar, a Catholic church built in the 16th century by the Jesuits Rodolfo Acquaviva, Antonio de Montserrat and Francisco Henríquez on land ceded by Akbar. This church takes you until 1580 with its architecture, its construction and the silence that exists in the place.
The sunset in Udaipur :
This experience is divine. In addition to having hundreds of years of history, such as Agra, Udaipur is an ancient royal capital and is also classified as one of the most romantic destinations in the world, especially for its ability to take you to a different world. This ancient capital of the Kingdom of Mewar is located northeast of India at the foot of the Aravalli Mountains and is located south of Rajasthan. It has a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 42 ° C to a minimum of 29 ° C during the summer, but during winter the temperature of this city can range between 29 ° C and a minimum of 3 ° C.Its location allows you to contemplate the sunset in a spectacular way. When you are there, you can take the opportunity to visit places like:
- Lake Pichola, which was built by a gypsy “Banjara” from a tribe in 1362.
- The Lake Palace (Jag Niwas) which, as the name suggests, is an ancient palace of India, but from the 18th century and which has now been converted into a luxury hotel with 83 rooms. To go there you will need a boat, since it is located on an island.
- Zenana Mahal, if you go with your partner you will be so excited in front of this divine ancient palace that you are going to want to get married 😊. It is an old palace of the royal ladies, which today has been splendidly transformed to host royal weddings, events and musical evenings. It should be specified that an integral part of the City Palace was built in the early 17th century and has witnessed countless royal weddings.
The Golden Temple:
This place is known as Harmandir Sahib, which is the spiritual home of the Sikhs. The temple was built in the last quarter of the 16th century by the guru Arjan Singh of Sikh. The emotion you will have in this place of prayer is extremely strong. You can feel this inner peace that you are always looking for. The guru began to build this temple in 1577, so you can imagine what it means to be in a place with more than 400 years of existence. The temple is surrounded by an artificial length.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands :
They are located in the Indian Ocean, in the southern part of 10 ° N, with Andaman to the north and Nicobar to the south. The capital of the territory is Port Blair. As you can see in the photo, the water is so beautiful and so clean that you don’t want to leave it. You can enjoy the sun, swimming, sighting exotic birds and trekking through the forests of this island. It is something magical that you can not miss during your vacation in India
Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand :
It is one of the most wonderful places in India and living the experience of being in pure contact with nature is something magical that you will never forget. The beauty of this valley is divine, especially after the rain, because it is transformed into a mountain flower garden. Smell the perfume of more than 300 species of flowers, see the beautiful image of this florid mountain. You will think it is an artist’s painting. You have to go and see how beautiful nature looks without pollution, with nothing that can make you sick.
Temple of Suria :
It is a Hindu temple located in the town of Konark, in the state of Orisa (East India). Dedicated to Suria, god of the Sun, it is one of the most important buildings in the country for its architecture and the bas-reliefs that decorate its walls, of fundamentally erotic themes. It was built in the mid-thirteenth century in the so-called Orisa style, and abandoned from the sixteenth century. It was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1984. It is one of the monuments of India where you can also meditate, feel the breeze, the harmony of nature. If you are a yoga fan it is one of the best places you can be. Built between 1236 and 1264 by King Narasimhadeva-I this temple has never ceased to be a place of contemplation of his soul, of his interior.
If you really need vacations, bathe in beautiful beaches and feel the sea breeze, your place is the GOA beaches. The best beaches in India are found in GOA. I warn you that if you go you will not want to return to Spain because it is so beautiful, so wonderful that you will not find words to describe the experience you will live. There you can take photos and bathe in rivers and beaches. In this city you will also find many activities such as parties, tourist visits of art galleries and churches of hundreds and hundreds of years of existence. Everything meets in this heavenly place to live a unique experience in GOA
It is a place where it rains a lot, so much that Kerala has between 120 and 140 days of rain a year. This destination is very popular for tourists, both nationals and foreigners, and will welcome you with its beaches. The best known are the popular Kovalam and Varkala. (Modafinil) Not only that, but walking in its mountains like Ponmudi and Munnar is something that really makes you think about staying in the country. The most sublime experience in Kerala is the canoe ride through the Backwaters of Alappuzha or Kottayam. Not to mention these jungles that you can see and where you can walk a little.
Marvel at the Ranakpur, the Jaim temple :
It is a small town and a set of temples near the city of Sadri in the Pali District of Rajasthan, west of India. It is located between the cities of Jodhpur and Udaipur. It is also one of the most beautiful places you can visit during your vacation to India. The marble jaina temple is considered one of the most spectacular temples of this religion. And inside you will find an elephant carved in marble.
The Holy City: Varanasi :
This city is one of the oldest in the world, inhabited for more than 3000 years. This sacred city for Hinduism has a river that, the Ganges, where people go to bathe. It has several tourist places of interest to see in India.The unique culture of Varanasi will surprise you. You will be able to contemplate how the Hindus live with their beliefs, the artistic part of the city, sales of jewelry, handicrafts, lamps or masks of Hindu or Buddhist deities that will leave you with your mouth open