Being a South Indian has always been fun, but India being such a diverse country has always left us wondering what it would be like to live up North. It is also possible that the North Indians feel the same way as well. With many migrating from one region to another, the gap has been bridged quite evidently. People experience the cities and their abundant culture through other individuals. Every person down south will have at least one North Indian friend who will always be the centre of attraction. Somehow being part of a diverse culture always makes us want to gain a first-hand experience. If you are from south India and you have always had a zest to travel then here are a few cities you could take a trip to in North India.
- Hill stations.
We do have cities such as Kodiakanal, Ooty, Munnar, and Conoor that are hill stations which attract a lot of tourists but the experience up north in the hill stations located at the foothills of Himalayas is a different level of beauty. Manali, Shimla, Darjeeling, Manipur, Shillong, etc. are among the various cities that offer activities such as camping and trekking in the form of tour packages.
The dual role that Chandigarh plays by being the capital of both Harayana and Punjab is one of the many reasons that it should be explored. It is a beautiful city with one of the cleanest surroundings. It is also known for its well-planned structure in terms of architecture, roads and other facilities. If one decides to stay in the city, hotel in Chandigarh can be made in advance through various methods. It was also known for the first ever planned city of the country.
Delhi is a hip and happening city which is bustling with activities day in and day out. It is the capital city of our country and is has a touch of modernism amidst the rich cultural history. Delhi is the city where everything happens in grandeur. It is known for its metro stations, nightlife and street food.
It is considered to be the largest state in India in terms of area. The desert region makes you feel exotic when you visit the city. It is filled with colour everywhere and the people of this city make the place more lively and exciting. The music, dance and the culture is reflected everywhere in the city.
This city and its traditions bear very close resemblance to the set of cultural norms followed by Kerala down south. It is called as the joyful city and is very famous for its cultural diversity. It is also a very populated city. But the places in Kolkata are very interesting to visit and learn from. It is also situated alongside Ganga, the holy river. It is also a metropolitan city.
These are some of the choices you can choose from when you decide to travel from one region of India to another.