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How About Visiting These Foreigners' Favourite Destinations In India?

By: Akash Singh

India has been a developing nation since many decades and this resplendent nation is still not considered as one amongst the developed nations. However, over a period of time, India has redefined itself through all the ways of success and has become one of the major destinations for every traveller in the world.

Be it regarding scenic beauty, historical significance, natural wonders, man-made wonders or an ideal stoppage to relax and rejuvenate, India is always on the top of the bucket list of every crazy globetrotter looking forward to exploring fresh discoveries.

Allured by its richness, foreigners, too, could not resist visiting this wondrous place and exploring its enchanting beauty spread all around. Even though there are innumerable spots covered by millions of foreigners every year, it has a lot in stock to explore forever.

Here, we list down some of the foreigners' favourite destinations in India.

1) Agra

1) Agra

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Also known as The City of Taj, this historical place hosts some of the ancient wonders of India. Here, you can watch foreigners walking in and all around the city. The former capital of India, Agra is predominantly famous for its age-old monuments and obviously, the Taj Mahal. Every year millions of foreigners visit this wonder and get completely absorbed in the awestruck and eternal beauty of its history.

Apart from Taj Mahal, other elegant wonders, such as Agra Fort, Akbar's Tomb, Sheesh Mahal, Sikandra Fort, Jama Masjid, etc., are also visited by foreigners with utmost passion every year.

Best time to visit - November to March

2) Goa

2) Goa

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The quintessential destination with the party-mode on at all times, Goa is the place where foreigners are seen everywhere, be it beaches, pubs, churches or any landscape. Soothing their nerves with a shot of brandy or vodka, sunbathing and relaxing along the beaches and appeasing their minds with a church visit, foreigners never get tired of this place.

The pacified ambience all around makes this place, the foreigners' favourite throughout the year. The major places of interests here include Baga Beach, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Colva Beach, water sports, river cruises, etc. The carnival festival is another major attraction in Goa.

Best time to visit - November to February

3) Delhi

3) Delhi

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One of the foremost cities with all modern amenities in the world, this capital city of India is always an eye-catching site for tourists from all over the world. Delhi has become the first stop for most of the foreigners on account of its convenient connections to all major cities in the world.

Also known as the city of big-hearted people, Delhi is home to many historical and architectural masterpieces and one cannot be reluctant to commend its perennial and unfathomable beauty.
The major hotspots for foreigners are India Gate, Red Fort, Lotus Temple, Akshardham, Humayun's Tomb, ISKCON Temple, etc.

Best time to visit - November to March

4) Mysuru

4) Mysuru

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Mysuru is the most-visited place by foreigners in the southern part of India as it represents the cultural, religious and historical significance of the country. Generally famous for Mysuru Palace, this place also holds the charm of other cultural and historical monuments, such as St. Philomena's Church, Lalitha Mahal and Railway Museum.

Foreigners can be spotted everywhere scrutinising the epic beauty of palaces and forts, applauding for incredible patterns over the monuments and admiring the eloquent work. This is the place where you can find foreigners stepping onto historical lanes.

Best time to visit - October to March

5) Varanasi

5) Varanasi

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One of the oldest living cities in the world, Varanasi is the most religious and sacred place in India. Locally referred to as Benaras, this city representing the authentic lifestyle of ancient India has a temple at every step.

Foreigners can be seen here visiting these holy temples set along Ganga river and performing poojas, eventually getting blessings of sages and saints present at these temples.
The ghats are seen filled with the surroundings of spirituality and worship.

Best time to visit - November to March

So, these are few foreigners' favourite destinations in India. Right now is the peak season to visit all these places. How about taking a break at these places before the season is off?

Well, plan it now and move on!

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