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Unique points of interest in India

Phuktal Gompa

From the series “The Most Inaccessible Buildings in the World”
Phuktal Monastery is one of the most difficult and accessible structures in India. This isolated Buddhist monastery was founded in the 12th century and was built on the slope of the high stone rock. At first glance, it seems that the buildings can collapse at any time. In reality, the monastery has existed for more than 800 years. Today, there are about 70 monks. The monastery can only be reached by foot on the secret mountain path.

One of the main features of the architectural complex is the natural cave, which is situated above it, which is equally worth seeing and has a lot of secrets. Until the middle of the 19th century the monastery remained closed. In 1826 the well-known Orientalist from Hungary Sándor Kőrösi Csoma visited the monastery. The researcher has spent in the … Read all

Hawa Mahal

From the series “The Most Wonderful Castles and Palaces”
In India there are also the wonderful fairy palaces, which are worth seeing for the curious tourists. One of them is located in Jaipur. The beautiful palace of the winds is all pride and an important landmark of the modern city. The five-storey building is located in the city center. The construction of the palace lasted five years and ended 1803. The pink sandstone served as the main building material for the construction of the palace, which is why the building looks so impressive.

Another important feature of the palace is the enormous number of windows from the façade. The total number of windows reached 953. The palace was built for Maharaja Sawaj Pratap Singh and his harem, and was therefore not only very beautiful, but also comfortably furnished. The numerous tiny windows in the … Read all
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The Demand for Travel with Bikes May Spike in Switzerland This Summer

Trains with this feature will have a bicycle label. Tourists get a bike ticket for their reservation. It is possible to purchase this bike ticket in a mobile app right before departure or use the traditional counter. International trains in Switzerland will also offer this service but the price may differ. Tourists who plan to travel with their bikes a lot may be interested in purchasing an annual bike pass with 25 reservations worth CHF 50. Read this


Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in India

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of India with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of India

This India map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

Maps of cities and regions of India

Many tourists from all over the world know Jaipur as a “Pink City”. If you arrive in this beautiful city and visit its old quarter, you will see the reason for this name with your own eyes. Indeed, all buildings in this part of the Indian city have a pink or terracotta color. Jaipur is also the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. According to traditions of the ancient Indian architecture, the territory is divided into nine rectangular sectors. This is the location of the major … Read more
It is safe to say that Kolkata is one of the most authentic and contrast cities in India. This is a true cultural center of the country that is also the capital of West Bengal State. Having arrived in this Indian city, you will be shocked and charmed at the same time. Perhaps, it is hard to find another city in the world where misery and richness are in such a striking contrast. That being said, local people are very friendly and hospitable despite their hard life. The city itself looks like it … Read more
Beautiful Ahmedabad, which is situated in the western part of India, is the largest city in the state of Gujarat and one of the largest cities in the country. This is a true megalopolis – Ahmedabad is home to 5.6 million people. The city is built on the bank of the Sabarmati River. This region is often regarded as the center of the Gujarat State. Ahmedabad has a long and rich history, and local buildings, numerous quarters, and labyrinths of streets are a fantastic way to learn more about it. … Read more
Fabulous Agra. Many know this city as the home of the Taj Mahal, but this is not really correct because there are many other landmarks in this marvelous city. There are many must-see architectural landmarks in Agra, the likes of which are simply not available anywhere else in the world. However, when planning a vacation in Agra, tourists need to keep in mind that this city is full of dangerous places for inexperienced travelers. It is not clearly known when the first settlement on the site … Read more
India is rich in sacred cities, and Amritsar is definitely one of them. Moreover, this city is the holy area of the Sikh religion. It is situated in the northwestern part of the Punjab State, not far from the border with Pakistan. Some tourists may wonder what the main attractions of this region are. Travelers from all over the world visit Amritsar to see the holy temple for all Sikhs – the gilded Golden Temple that is built near a beautiful bathe. According to a legend, bathing in this lake … Read more
Lucknow is the capital of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. This amazing city stands on the bank of the Gomti River. Nowadays, Lucknow is recognized as one of the best cities in India. It perfectly combines the elegance of the old world with its own historical charm. During a vacation in Lucknow, you will be able to get acquainted with local landmarks, see historical attractions of the past centuries, and visit the infamous Hazratganj district, artisan shops in which produce the internationally … Read more
Do you want to get acquainted with the “Queen of the Himalayas”? Come to the breathtaking Indian city – Darjeeling. This wonderful settlement is neatly located at the foothill of the gracious and spectacular Himalayan Mountains. Gorgeous snow-capped mountain tops, endless tea plantations on the hills – all these make Darjeeling a unique and absolutely enchanting city. This settlement has long become the calling card of India’s West Bengal State. Due to mountain sceneries of striking … Read more
New Delhi
The world-famous local landmark is the Lotus Temple, which is of great value not only from a religious point of view but also from the perspective of architecture. Officially, this temple is called a Bahá'í House of Worship, but in fact, it is open to all believers, regardless of their religions. Absolutely everyone can visit this temple to pray to his god within its walls. The construction of the amazing temple was completed in 1986; it has an incredibly beautiful building that resembles a … Read more - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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