Pune, a small but attention-grabbing city in the western India, is the residence of many temples and monuments which reopen the history books for you. One trip to Pune and you shall be mesmerized by its endless historical treasures. The city, in one way, presents a contrasting kaleidoscope. Just when you get used to the city’s historical keepsakes, you bump into some of the hotels in Goa which bring you back to the present era.
The Aga Khan Palace is one of the best attractions for a history lover! It is old, ageing yet magnificent. The Parvati Hill Temples are also blissful and soulful and can take you for a spiritual trip. Shaniwar Wada and Bund Garden are also popular tourist attractions. And you certainly can't leave the place without checking out some reptiles at the famous Katraj Snake Park. Coming back to history, the Pataleshwar Caves also make for an exotic experience!
And when you are done with sightseeing for the day, you can always find the hospitality & warm food served at the Pune hotels an enticing prospect! This city is also a budget-friendly destination and can be explored in just a week or less!
When you are discussing history with someone, then never dare to miss out on mentioning about Delhi! The home to some of the most renowned monuments, Delhi hosts thousands of tourists every year. Despite the huge influx of tourists, the Delhi hotels never fail to provide accommodation! Qutub Minar is the postcard attraction of the city and the India Gate has elevated Delhi tourism to astonishing heights! The tomb of Ibrahim Lodi is another big attraction for history lovers, while the Red Fort can always be enjoyed after sunset (when special light & sound shows are on).
The city is also fascinating for the shoppers. Chandni Chowk receives visitors and shoppers in countless numbers. Its USP lies in its traditional shops and old eateries. A beautiful little culture is present at this corner. It also gives you a mixed view of the present-day India.
It is advisable that you team your holiday packages with the best Delhi hotels which can be booked at very low prices.
Another interesting place in the country is the city of joy, better known as Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta). Its culture is typical of Bengal and stands out from the rest of the country.
This is the only place in the country where you can find trams plying on streets and the old-age hand-pulled rickshaws still in operation. Victoria Memorial, Shahid Minar, Kali Temple at Kalighat, Mother Teresa House, Thakur Bari and Howrah Bridge are some special attractions. They are smeared with history and tradition!
Nicco Park, Alipore Zoo, National Library (India's biggest library), Birla Technological Museum, Indian Museum and Science City are other places of recreation. Amongst the top Kolkata hotels, the noteworthy ones are the Taj Bengal, HHI and Grand Hotel.
Pune, Delhi and Kolkata: Go On India’s Renowned Historical