Agra is one of the most visited cities in India due to its abundance of historical sites. The Taj Mahal, one of the world's most renowned structures, is, of course, at the top of this list of Agra attractions. 


With 51 beaches along its coastline, Goa is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Its white sand beaches, palm trees, low tax rate, wonderful coastal food, and laid-back demeanour make it a fantastic tourist destination in India. 


Amritsar, founded by Guru Ram Das in 1577, is regarded as the spiritual capital of Sikhism. The Golden Temple, the holiest gurudwara of the Sikh religion, is located in the heart of the old city. Locals refer to it as Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara. 


Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, is one of India's most renowned hill stations. With the Town Hall at its centre and a magnificent view of the Himalayas, this location attracts a large number of tourists. 


Munnar, located in Kerala's Western Ghats, is one of the most tranquil and picturesque tourist destinations in India. The hill station features exceptional natural beauty in the form of rolling hills, picturesque valleys, virgin forests, waterfalls, streams, national parks, tea and spice plantations, and meandering pathways. 


Coorg or Kodagu, which is surrounded by gorgeous mountain ranges and boasts a lush green terrain, is yet another clichéd holiday spot that lives up to the reputation.  


Udhagamandalam, usually referred to as Ooty, is a hill station in Tamil Nadu. The mild climate, the view of India's Western Ghats, and the tranquil environment make this a wonderful vacation spot for families and friends. 


Manali, located in the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh, attracts visitors with its natural beauty and serenity.The hill station is popular by tourists from across the nation, particularly during the summer months when cities swelter in the searing heat. 


According to National Geographic Traveler, Alleppey is one of the top ten most beautiful locales in the world. Kerala's backwaters, which are located on the Malabar Coast, exhibit the true beauty of nature. 


Karnataka's Mysore served as the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1947. Mysore is also known as Garden City, Ivory City, the City of Yoga, and the City of Palace.