10 Best Places to Visit in North India

Best Places to Visit in North India

India is a country of rich cultural heritage. Every year, tourists from all over the world come to India to visit the famous tourist spots in our country and also to enjoy the special occasions that are celebrated in some special forms in various states. Among the 28 states of India, people make their own choices for their vacations. Some tourists like the south of India, many enjoy the beauty of north-east India, while love to make their trips to the Northern region of Delhi that includes places like Himachal, Delhi, Uttrakhand, Jammu & Kashmir, and many more.

If we talk about the heritage of North India, it is a collision of different cultures. Every city in the states of India has something special to offer for the pilgrims that visit there. Amongst various beautiful mountains, forts, and monuments, the food of north India is also famous worldwide. The variety of cuisines and beverages are very much liked by the foreigners. Not only the hill stations are there for the tourists to fulfill their joy and adventures but the plains like Delhi, Chandigarh, and Punjab have some amazing things to offer to you.

The states of North India are full of uncountable mesmerizing spots that you can visit with your friends and family. This northern region of India has an immense variety of colorful and artistic cultures, fascinating customs, beautiful historical monuments and buildings, and a huge variety of tasty cuisine. Here, you can go through a list of the Top 10 tourist places to visit in North India.  

Top 10 Places to Visit in North India

Delhi

As we all know that Delhi is the capital of India and there are various reasons behind it. Delhi is not famous for its industrialization and home for all government offices but there are various tourist spots that attract thousands of people all over the world. Delhi is also a popular tourist destination in North India. Several temples, forts, parks, and India Gate, and Rashtrapati Bhavan can be found in the district. To see every part of the city, you’ll need more than a week.

Kullu Manali

The twin towns of Kullu and Manali in Himachal Pradesh are among the most visited hill stations in North India, with lush greenery, pristine lakes, flower-filled meadows, and a nice climate. Waterfalls, hiking trails, apple orchards, religious sites, quaint villages, museums, and chic cafes abound in these cities, which are about 40 kilometers apart. During the months of winters i.e., December to February, you can visit for the snowfall season and winter sports fun. 

Agra

It is one of the most popular tourist destinations of North India located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The most popular spot of Agra is the Worldwide famous monument ‘TajMahal’. The historical city of Uttar Pradesh has some amazing grand temples, outstanding architecture, and hypnotic sights and sounds. Agra also has many enticing parks, lively local markets, emporiums, and mouth watering street food are just a few of the attractions. Agra has various forts built under the empires of Mughals and Rajas. 

Shimla

In India, Shimla is considered the favorite spot for Honeymoon destinations. It is not only a beautiful destination for couples but various families and friends also come to Shimla to see the plethora of green belts. It is a small hill station located at the foothills of the world’s highest mountain ranges of the Himalayas. Shimla is full with its snow-capped mountains, forests, lush green valleys, placid lakes, and friendly climatic conditions. When you will visit Shimla, you will surely get some amazing travel experience

Dehradun and Mussoorie

Since the 1800s, the tree-covered hills and valleys of Dehradun and Mussoorie have drawn families and couples. Mussoorie was dubbed “The Queen of Hill Stations” by the British because of its breathtaking views of Dehradun on one side and snow-capped Himalayan peaks on the other. These hills, which are only 33 kilometers away, are also popular with hikers. Aside from their natural elegance, it is also famous for Kempty Falls and Mall road for shopping.

Mcleodganj

This small hill station is becoming one of the favorite choices of the tourists who visit Himachal Pradesh. Mcleodganj is one of the best hill stations that is also known as Little Lhasa. The reason behind its name is the Tibetan and British influences and you can still find the cultural glimpses of Tibet and other northeast ranges. This place is filled with some amazing and pocket-friendly restaurants, cafes, and Tibetan food joints. Also, it has a fantastic view of the Himalayan mountain range.

Chandigarh

Chandigarh is situated in Punjab and also is the capital of the state. It has some world-famous monuments as well as museums and parks for its tourists. Chandigarh is also popular among the youth for a road trip with friends. If you ever plan for a North India visit then, Chandigarh should definitely be on your list. Aside from natural wonders, the area also has a number of man-made wonders, such as religious sites, historical buildings, museums, and bustling shopping points.

Himalayas

For mountaineers and adventurers, North India is a dream come true. In the Himalayas, there are a plethora of picturesque, popular, and off-the-beaten-path hill stations that make for lovely vacation spots. And they’re all so enthralling that picking one from the list of beautiful places to visit in north India can be difficult. It is also one of the holy places and very difficult to reach. The Himalayas are covered with snow all the time and many people come there to even click the world’s highest mountain peaks. 

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

It is a world-famous wildlife conservative park and is also the first national park of India opened by the government in Uttarakhand state. People who are interested in wildlife safaris should definitely visit this national park once in a while. The best time to visit Jim Corbett is in winters where you can also enjoy the view of nearby hill stations. In Jim Corbett national park, you can find wild animals like tigers, elephants, birds, deer, leopards, snakes, and many more.

Mathura and Vrindavan

In the state of Uttar Pradesh, Mathura and Vrindavan are the birthplaces of Lord Krishna. Both of these cities are one of the most famous holy places that attract tourists from various parts of the world. All the devotees of Lord Krishna come in all the seasons to visit the great temples built here. Mathura and Vrindavan are also popular for some great local and street food made with desi ghee. You can also go boating at the Yamuna ghats of Mathura.

Conclusion

If you are also looking for places to visit after this pandemic ends then, you should definitely check out the places listed below in this blog. The northern part of India is enriched with some beautiful and thrilling vacation spots.

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