Top ten locations in India loved by foreign tourists

  1. New Delhi

New Delhi is at the top of the most visited and loved locations simply because most tourists land in the Indian capital upon arrival. The sprawling metropolis has historical buildings, museums, monuments, and markets that attract foreign tourists. These locations include Lotus Temple, India Gate, Red Fort, and others.

  • Agra

Counted among the wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal is located in the Indian city of Agra. Most tourists consider their visit to India incomplete if they don’t see the majestic building. There are other things to see in the city as well, such as Agra Fort and Akbar’s Tomb.

  • Varanasi

Varanasi is among the oldest cities in the country and is renowned as the spiritual capital of India. Based on the River Ganges, Varanasi has important cultural and religious sites that tourists love to visit. These include Durga Temple, Tibetan Temple, Ramnagar Fort, and others. 

  • Jaipur

A very popular tourist destination, the city of Jaipur is situated in the Indian province of Rajasthan. It is also part of the Golden Triangle of tourism, which refers to cities of Jaipur, New Delhi, and Agra. Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jal Mahal, and Birla Mandir are among the most visited spots in the city.

  • Jaisalmer

Known as the “Golden City,” Jaisalmer is also located in Rajasthan. Surrounded by the Thar desert, Jaisalmer is rich in culture and is loved by tourists seeking to enjoy the rich culture Rajasthan has to offer. The Golden Fort of Jaisalmer is the top most visited location in the city.

  • Kashmir

Kashmir is considered among the most beautiful locations in the world, so tourists love visiting the region whenever they visit India. Lush green meadows, snow-capped mountains, and unique cultural traditions make Kashmir an ideal place to visit. Dal Lake, Nagin Lake, and Pehalgam are some of the most loved spots.

  • Ladakh

The scenic mountain region of Ladakh is renowned for its towering Himalayan peaks, colorful valleys, rich culture, and Buddhist traditions. This is an ideal place for nature lovers. Top locations include Nubra Valley, Tso Moriri, Kargil, Hemis National Park, and others.

  • Goa

The small town of Goa is well-known by tourists seeking adventure, sandy beaches, and beautiful sunsets. The beach town is rich in culinary traditions, but also offers many other opportunities for travelers. It is particularly known for water sports and other night-life.

  • Amritsar

The historic city of Amritsar is located in the Punjab province of India. It is visited by travelers from across the world, especially those following the Sikh religion because some of the most important religious sites in Sikhism are located in Amritsar. The city is world-famous for the Golden Temple, and Amritsar is rich in Punjabi culture too.

  1. Mumbai

The megacity of Mumbai is based in the Indian province of Maharashtra. Known as the “City of Dreams,” Mumbai houses the Bollywood industry, represents a melting pot of Indian cultures, rich traditions, and glowing architecture. These reasons make Mumbai a go-to place for international and local travelers alike.