Visiting the 4 Metropolises during a India Holiday

India is a rapidly developing country, and its 4 metropolitan cities in its four directions are testaments to this fact. While in these cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata during an India holiday, travellers can explore the diversity of this multi-faceted nation.


Lotus Temple in Delhi

Lotus Temple in Delhi

Delhi, in the northern part of the country, is an important city as it houses the national capital. Some popular sites to visit in Delhi with India holiday packages are Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, National Museum, Red Fort, Old Fort and Qutb Complex. Connaught Place and Chandni Chowk are two of the most famous and busiest markets in the metropolis that bustle with people all across the year.


Located in the western part of the nation, Mumbai is its commercial and entertainment centre. An India holiday in this urban centre can easily be planned as it is accessible from around the globe. Gateway of India, Siddhivinayak Temple, Haji Ali Dargah, Kanheri Caves, Global Vipassana Pagoda, Elephanta Caves and various beaches of this place are highly popular among globetrotters.


Chennai, the southernmost of the 4 metropolises, is known as the home to South Indian culture and amazing beaches. To understand the regional and national culture with India holiday packages, globetrotters can plan a visit to the Government Museum, Saint Thomas Basilica, Kapaleeswarar Temple and Thousand Lights Mosque in the city of Chennai. Marina and Golden are the two most popular beaches in the city, and while on a trip to these metro, visitors can also have a cup of the famous filter coffee the place is known for.


Located in the eastern part of the nation, Kolkata was one of the most important centres of Indian nationalist activities in early 20th century. An India holiday for Kolkata should be planned in the winter season as summers in the region remain hot and humid. Fort William and Victoria Memorial are two of the most prominent historical spots in the city. Besides visiting these, travellers can also travel across the Hubli River on the Howrah Bridge, which is a landmark of modern engineering.

Apart from the afore-mentioned attractions, the 4 metropolitan cities of India feature loads of other interesting places to see.


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