Tourist Attractions in India
As India's most populated city, Mumbai is a metropolis that reflects the heart of India. This city by the ocean is home to Bollywood and is the unofficial cricket capital.
Like India itself, Delhi is an interesting blend of old and new, with modern areas and affluent neighborhoods as well as deteriorating, poverty stricken sections.
Most visitors come to Agra with one purpose, to see the great Taj Mahal, one of India's most iconic structures. While here also see Agra Fort and nearby Fatehpur Sikri.
Known as the pink city, Jaipur is a city of forts and palaces with pink painted buildings. Explore the Old City, the Amber Fort, and the City Palace and shop the bazaars.
As one of India's largest cities, Kolkata is a real mix with sights of grandeur beside poverty, development next to faded glory, and modern trends along side of traditions.
Bengaluru, formerly Bangalore, is a college town and business hub. While not a typical tourist destination the city does have some open green spaces and interesting buildings.
On the Bay of Bengal rests the city Chennai, formerly Madras, with a mix of British colonial architecture, a long stretch of beach, and some interesting shops and museums.