This exotic, colorful and flourishing, as well as diverse and inspiring country – the very place to go if you want to bring your sensual experience to the boiling point. Here you have our main 14 places, without which India is not India, with an indication of the best time to travel, with reference to climatic conditions, calendar of events for cultural life, price fluctuations and seasonality.
In the evenings, all of Bangalore flocks to Brigade Road, which is buried in neon lights.
Stand by, shining San Francisco, Bangalore is coming! This city, a hotbed of rapidly developing high technologies, is teeming with entrepreneurs of all stripes in the field of IT. It was the investment boom that became the foundation on which the endless possibilities for shopping were based, such as the Breede Road designed for yuppie and the chic UB City Mall.
The bar and restaurant life also beats the key – firstly, everyone is obsessed with craft brewing, and secondly, there is Mavalli Tiffin Rooms – the pearl of the restaurant scene of the city, where food is treated with proper, old-fashioned reverence.
With traffic jams, things here are unimportant – just like with air pollution, new buildings are growing like mushrooms, right in front of you, but if you find yourself in the center of the city, you will find beautiful old buildings of colonial construction, including the Bangalore Palace, which by chance resembles Windsor the castle, and islands of greenery – such as the Cubbon park
Best time: September – February
Delhi Cathedral Mosque – Jama Masjid
Delhi, the administrative and cultural center of India, is, in fact, a huge ancient region, so much so crowded with people that in order to walk on it, you will have to do some good work with your elbows. In the summer, the stupefying heat stands here, it is cold in the winter, but at least the terrain here is as flat as a table, which makes it possible to squeeze through crowded streets with a little less effort – biting off the road from the golgape and chaat daddy (local dough balls with filling and cakes ).
However, if you can, try to travel by subway. Order a cocktail at the Imperial Hotel, wander through the old bazaars of Old Delhi, go to the Martian colors of the Red Fort – explore the Mughal architecture, and then enjoy the island of meditative tranquility in a quiet lotus-shaped Baha’i temple. Not life, but raspberry!
Best time: October – November