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Ahmedabad (AMD)
Bagdogra (IXB)
Bengaluru (BLR)
Chandigarh (IXC)
Cochin (COK)
Delhi (DEL)
Goa (GOI)
Guwahati (GAU)
Jaipur (JAI)
Jammu (IXJ)
Leh (IXL)
Lucknow (LKO)
Mumbai (BOM)
Nagpur (NAG)
Nanded (NDC)
Patna (PAT)
Pune (PNQ)
Srinagar (SXR)
Ahmedabad (AMD)
Ahmedabad stands for the confluence of the old with the new. At the first glance traffic ridden and polluted, this city of textile mills and millionaires hides the gems of its glorious past. Beautiful mosques, carved havelis and ancient temples are screened from view behind its steel-and-sky-scraper facade. It's a city on the brink of change, like most urban centres in India, not quite here, not quite there. The citizens of Ahmedabad are fiercely protective of their city, and gracious hosts. They will take you to the roadside kiosk serving the best speciality food sandwich dhokla in the city and stuff your face with khaman. Soft spoken and friendly, the people of Amdavad will take care of you. Three bridges connect Old Ahmedabad to New Ahmedabad. Some of India's most prestigious institutes of learning thrive here. The city's beautiful architecture exemplifies Indo-Islamic style and the two communities have lived here in peace since over half a millennium.

Main languages:
Gujarati, English and Hindi.

When to visit:
Ahmedabad has a hot semi-arid climate. There are three main seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. The weather is hot through the months of March to June and during mosnsoon season also, the climate is relatively dry. The best time to visit this city is October as along with pleasant weather, one can also enjoy the exuberant nine day long Navratri celebration.

Ahmedabad Airport:
Sardar Patel New Domestic Building, Sardar Nagar,
Ahmedabad – 380003.
Bagdogra (IXB)
Bagdogra is located about 16 km from the city of Siliguri in West Bengal. It serves as an important airport both for military and civil purposes. The Bagdogra airport is a major travel hub in the region with flights arriving from Kolkata New Delhi and Guwahati. Thousands of tourists alight here each month, headed towards the hill stations of Darjeeling, Kalimpong and to Pelling and Gangtok in Sikkim. The area in which Bagdogra is situated is commonly called the Dooars at the foothills of the eastern Himalayas. It is rich in natural beauty and abounds in exotic flora and fauna. There are several tea gardens and fruit orchards too in the region. Tourists can go for extremely interesting heritage tea tours in the plantations here. The Teesta is the main river flowing through here, and is the base of whitewater rafting and angling.

Main languages:
Nepali, Bengali, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
The best time to travel is October to May, when the weather is most pleasant. During this time, one can also enjoy the festivities of Durga Puja.

Bagdogra Airport:
Airport Authority of India,
Bagdogra,
District – Darjeeling,
West Bengal – 734422.
Bengaluru (BLR)
Bengaluru, popularly known as the Garden City or the Silicon City in recent years, is youthful and cosmopolitan, filled with lakes and populated with a fusion of old buildings as well as steel and glass high-rises. A hub for all that is new, the city acts like a nexus for technology and thriving young professionals. Also known for its buzzing pub culture, Bangalore is an interesting blend of the happening and the classic. Known for its year round heavenly weather, Karnataka’s capital rocks on, with something to suit everyone’s tastes.

Main languages:
Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, English and Hindi.

When to visit:
Bangalore has excellent weather all year round in comparison to other metros in India. With cool evenings even in the summer, as well as in the mild winters, Bangalore is a delight, and though the sun can be quite sharp in the summers. The best time to visit Bangalore for ideal conditions is from October to March, avoiding the rains and the bad heat. September and October are windy and rainy because of the retreating monsoon.

Bengaluru Airport:
Room No. 04 & 181, Bangalore International Airport Limited,
Devanhali - 560300, Bangalore.
Chandigarh (IXC)
Named after the Goddess Chandi, this beautifully planned city is one of finest examples of urban development. A union territory and state capital to both Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh has a unique amalgamation of Punjabi and Jat culture. Called the City of Beauty, Chandigarh is internationally acclaimed for its architecture and urban planning. The near uniform houses and neatly laid out Sectors are some of the finest examples of the work of French architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. Placed on the foothills of the Shivalik Range, Chandigarh serves as a gateway to the gorgeous hill stations of Haryana and even Himachal. But a town is worth a visit for its own fascinating architecture and vibrant local culture.

Main languages:
Punjabi, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
Located near the foothills of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas, Chandigarh experiences sub-tropical climate conditions, common to most cities of Northern India. While the summers are hot, the winters are just as cold. December to February can get quite chilly, with temperatures sometimes dropping down to a couple of degrees below zero. Thus the best time to visit would be from October to March

Chandigarh Airport:
Airport: Civil Airport,
Chandigarh – 160003.
Cochin (COK)
The urban port city of Kerala, Cochin is a beautiful blend of the ancient with the cosmopolitan. With daintily tiled Dutch and Portuguese bungalows and warehouses on one hand and the throbbing city of Ernakulam on the other, Cochin is one of the most popular cities in South India. Inhabited by a conglomeration of people from various sects across the globe, Cochin is the melting pot of culture. Founded in 1341, Cochin is divided into three distinct districts, the modern Ernakulam, the atmospheric Fort Cochin and Mattancherry. The quaint, cobbled streets of Fort Cochin lead to spice bazaars, ancient mansions and charming Chinese fishing nets. The promenade near the jetty is dotted with eateries and curio shops. There have been controversies about the origin of the name 'Cochin'. Some people attribute the name to the Malayalam word 'Kochazhi' or 'Small Sea', while others think Cochin was named after China when traders from the court of Kublai Khan of China, visited Cochin and gave it the name of their homeland. The local people refer to Cochin as Kochi, and this is the city's official name today.

Main languages:
Malayalam and English.

When to visit
Cochin features a tropical monsoon climate with moderate to high levels of humidity.While Cochin can be visited all round the year, it is best to go between October to February, when the weather is dry and moderately hot. After April, Cochin experiences heavy monsoons, so it is better to avoid Cochin during this time of the year.

Cochin Airport:
Domestic Terminal,
Cochin International Airport Limited,
Nedumbasserry, Cochin – 683111.
Delhi (DEL)
One of the oldest in the world, Delhi city is also one of the largest. On an Indian holiday, you can’t miss out the capital city. Delhi, a potpourri of cultures, traditions, architecture, and human diversity. Located on the banks of river Yamuna, the city has been the capital of many empires, has been destroyed and rose again to prominence each time. Old Delhi has got some of its landmark monuments such as Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Jama Masjid, from the Mughal rulers. Amble down the meandering lanes of Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi and shop for spices, traditional apparel, colorful glass bangles, silver trinkets and intricate gold jewelry. Emerge into the leafy boulevards of central Delhi, dotted with works of Mughal and Victorian architecture, sprawling old mansions and the famous India Gate. The best way to relish New Delhi is not to try to unravel its idiosyncrasies but enjoy the cultural patina it offers.

Main languages:
Hindi, Punjabi, English

When to visit:
New Delhi has an extreme climate, with very hot summers and very cold winters. Add to that a wet monsoon stretching from end of June till September. Thus the climactic variations make Delhi weather disagreeable and the city almost inhospitable from April until September. The best time to visit Delhi is winter when the flowers and trees are in full bloom. During this time December and January can get very cold and the city is covered with thick fog at this time, which could delay flights and trains.

Delhi Airport:
Airport: GoAir Terminal 1D,
IGIA Airport, Palam, New Delhi - 110037.
Goa (GOI)
Goa is a paradise of earth and sea, of waterfalls and palm trees, rivulets and rice fields. Known as the Party Capital of India, Goa is both famous and infamous, but is much more than just a dedication to hedonism. With stunning natural beauty and vibrant cultures, Goa's inner beauty isn’t hard to see. Not just about sun-drenched beaches and rave parties, Goa’s friendly people, great food, historical buildings and cosmopolitan nature are ever-delightful; verdant fields of happiness and sunshine that spread across your heart like a smile on your face, one that will take weeks to fade away.

Main languages:
Konkani, Marathi, Portuguese, English and Hindi.

When to visit:
Goa’s location in the tropical zone and on the shores of the Arabian Sea keeps it hot and muggy for the better part of the year. The month of May is the hottest and the monsoons start in early June and end in September. October to April is the ideal time to visit Goa

Goa Airport:
Airport: Go Airlines (India) Ltd.,
Dabolim Airport, Goa – 403801.
Guwahati (GAU)
The largest city in Assam, Guwahati is also the biggest city of North-eastern India. Guwahati has earlier served as the capital of Assam, before being shifted to the planned city of Dispur. A historic city dating back to the 6th century, Guwahati is now a fast developing and vibrant city of India. Even today the city is dotted with a number of historical monuments and archaeological sites that provide a fine glimpse of the bygone era. Guwahati also has a strong religious connection and replete with many religious sites especially Hindu temples. The museums, art galleries, educational institutes and craft centres add more diversity to the charming city. Nature has equally contributed a lot in enhancing the beauty of Guwahati. Situated on the banks of Brahmaputra River - one of the biggest rivers of India, Guwahati abounds with lush green hills, tea gardens and a soothing climate. Guwahati is a heaven for discerning shoppers and offers a fantastic opportunity to buy a variety of traditional handicrafts made from bamboo and cane. The authentic Assamese cuisine along with typical north-eastern cuisines offers exhilarating dining experience to visitors.

Main languages:
Assamese, Bengali, English and Hindi.

When to go:
Guwahati boasts of a mild sub-tropical climate with hot and dry summers from April to June and heavy rains in monsoon season from late-June to September. The winter season from October to March is considered ideal to visit Guwahati.

Guwahati Airport:
Lokpriya Gopinath Bordol,
International Airport,
Guwahati.
Jaipur (JAI)
Adorned with pink sandstone palaces, majestic forts and verdant green gardens against a scenic backdrop of the Aravalli hills, Jaipur represents the charm of India’s rich past and the sophistication of a flourishing metropolis. A rustic city dotted with palaces, forts, museums, temples and the like. From camel carts, multihued fabrics and antique cars to traditional men sporting bright turbans, the city flaunts everything that's comfortably conventional. Walk through the city to explore its markets thronging with local crowds dressed in shockingly bright colours, women laden with trinkets and men wearing pagris and huge moustaches. Jaipur is where you’ll experience the local culture hands on and yet find every comfort of the contemporary world that you’re accustomed to. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II founded the city in 1727, when he decided to shift his capital from Amer. A renowned architect, astronomer, and avid scientist, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II built his capital with geometric precision and made Jaipur one of the most well planned cities in India. Today, his architectural genius is on display in almost every part of the old city and especially at Jantar Mantar and Amer Fort.

Main languages:
Rajasthani, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
Winter is considered the best time of the year to visit Jaipur. From October to March, Jaipur is quite pleasant with warm days and chilly evenings, while summer months normally of May and June are absolutely hot with the scorching sun.

Jaipur Airport:
Civil Airport, Sangenar, Jaipur – 302011.
Jammu (IXJ)
For a good reason, Jammu is often called the ‘city of temples’. Plain or gilded spires rise from every corner of this ancient town which can bring alive all the faith, one can only experience and rarely express. According to the epic Mahabharata, Jammu is regarded as one of the most sacred places of Hindu pilgrimage. It is a city whose deep-rooted history, charm and character bear testimony to the unbroken civilization of India. An expression of this is in the layers and layers that form its marrow. For one, this is the winter capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir (the government of this state shuttles between Srinagar and Jammu). Apart from its importance as the seat of government and a place of pilgrimage in its own right, Jammu has large number of people that use it as a base for the pilgrimage to the shrine of Vaishno Devi and a stopover en route to the Kashmir valley. Apart from this, the city has long been the citadel of the Dogra community who have distinguished themselves in several fields – especially in the armed forces. The town has also has a sizable market and is a wholesale center for numerous commodities; this may well date back to the time when Jammu was a stopover along one of the peripheral paths of the old trade routes that led to Central Asia and beyond.

Main languages:
Dogri, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
Though Jammu can be visited all round the year, September to March is considered the best time when the valley is vibrant with multi coloured flowers and greenery. Summer and monsoon i.e. April to August being extreme weathers can be avoided.

Jammu Airport:
Airport: Go Airlines (India) Pvt. Ltd,
Civil Airport, Satwari, Jammu-Cantt 180003.
Leh (IXL)
Set in the Ladakh region of Upper Himalayas. A desolate lunar landscape with arid mountains and snow brushed peaks, arcane monasteries perched on stony cliffs and an impossibly blue sky. It is breathtaking, barren and beautiful. Ladakh is the quintessential adventure destination and Leh is its lush heart where an expanse of verdant trees stands surrounded by rocky hillocks. A quiet city spread over undulating land, Leh offers a glimpse of this archaic region’s culture and landscape.

Main languages:
Ladakhi, Hindi and English.


When to visit:
Leh has a cold desert climate with long, harsh winters from October to early March and May to end of September is when Ladakh is accessible by road and enjoys pleasant weather with warm days and cool evenings. However flights from Delhi to Leh operate through the year, so you can visit Leh anytime you like.

Leh Airport:
Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee,
Airport, Leh – J & K: 194101.
Lucknow (LKO)
The historic city of Lucknow is a must visit destination that gives new meaning to a city’s culture, arts, and cuisine. The capital of Uttar Pradesh is located on the banks of the Gomti River. Lucknow is associated with a few things known to all: its cuisine, its language, and its Chikankaari (shadow work emroidery on fine cloth). Lucknow is also known for its Adab (manners) and Tehzeeb (hospitality), as well as a dance form known as Kathak. The city was for centuries the heart of North Indian culture, and rose to prominence as the home of the Nawabs of Avadh (Oudh), great and generous patrons of the arts, after the decline of the Mughal era. It was under their patronage that music, calligraphy, poetry, the art of ittar (perfume) preparation evolved, which are all still alive and well today. Vintage modes of carriage, like the horse-drawn `ekka’ and `tanga’ add to the delightful period flavour of the old quarters of the city. Lucknow was also the cultural melting pot of North India that brought about a meeting of Hindu, Muslim and Sikh cultures, and its effect is widespread.

Main languages:
Urdu, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
The city has a warm subtropical climate, characterised by cool and moist winters, and hot, dry summers. The monsoons in Lucknow are usually from mid-June to mid-September, and the best time to visit the city would be November to March.

Lucknow Airport:
Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport,
Amousi, Lucknow - 226009, U.P.
Mumbai (BOM)
Mumbai to the world at large is also referred to as Bombay, Bambai by the diverse inhabitants of India’s definitive melting pot. Most of whom are united in their spirit of enterprise! From the high-rises of Nariman Point to the cardboard and tin shacks of Dharavi, Mumbai contributes close to 40% of India's income tax. And has thrown up many a ‘Slumdog Millionaire'. From a cluster of seven fishing villages in the 14th century, to a bustling trading port after the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869, to the commercial and entertainment hub of contemporary India, Mumbai is the country’s driving engine in more ways than one. The dream factory is glitzy, home to Bollywood, a thriving commerce industry, the moneyed swish set and some of the country's best educational institutions. Most visitors love its frenetic pace of life and palpable energy. Mumbai is India’s undisputed Alpha City.

Main languages:
Marathi, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
The city has a tropical climate making the weather hot and unbearably humid most of the year. However by Indian standards, the city’s summer months are tolerable, not making the city extremely warm. Between June and September strong monsoon rains lash the city and should preferably be avoided. Mumbai as such can be visited round the year however December to January would be the best period to visit Mumbai.

Mumbai Airport:
Airport: Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport,
Terminal 1B, Gate No. 1, Mumbai – 400099.
Nagpur (NAG)
Nagpur is the largest city in central India and also the third largest city by population in the state of Maharashtra. The Nag River, a tributary of the Kanhan, flows in a serpentine path and so the city got named Nagpur. The city contains a large number of people from other Indian states as well as people belonging to the world's major faiths. Nagpur plays host to a variety of cultural events throughout the year. It is also the major commercial and political center of the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, and is also famous throughout the country as "Orange City" for being a major trade center of oranges. The city assumes political importance from being the headquarters for the Hindu nationalist organization RSS and an important location for the Dalit Buddhist movement. Nagpur has been the main center of commerce in the Vidarbha region since early days and is an important trading location. Currently, Nagpur is witnessing an economic boom as "Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) is being developed. Nagpur is famous for its oranges and Cotton as well as Asia’s biggest wood market.

Main languages:
Marathi, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
Nagpur has a tropical wet and dry climate with dry conditions prevailing for most of the year. Summers are extremely hot lasting from March to June, with maximum temperatures occurring in May. Winter lasts from November to January, during which temperatures can drop really low. The Kanha National Park is closed from July 1 to September 30 each year due to the monsoons. Other than that, anytime is good for a holiday in Kanha, though the best period for animal sightings is Feb to May.

Nagpur Airport:
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport,
Nagpur – 400099.
Nanded (NDC)
Nanded city is a district in Maharashtra State. It is a station on the Manmade Secunderabad railway line under South Central Railway. One of the Five Sikh Takhats is located here named as Hazur Sahib. Nanded is associated with the first as well as the last Sikh Gurus. While Shri Guru Nanak Dev travelled through Nanded City towards south and Sri Lanka, Shri Guru Gobind Singhji spent his last few days of earthly life here. He arrived here with emperor Bahadur Shah-I towards the end of August in 1707 AD. The Mughal emperor went to Golconda, and the Shri Guru Gobind Singhji decided to stay in Nanded. All Gurudwaras at Nanded are associated with the activities of Guru Gobind Singhji during his stay over here except one dedicated to Guru Nanak Devji. All the Gurudwara's are connected by road to the central shrine, the Takhat Sahib and the management arranges transport for the benefit of pilgrims to visit the Gurudwaras around. Nanded has two important trading businesses i.e. Cloth and Kirana Bhusar. It is popularly known for its cloth business.

Main languages:
Marathi, Hindi and English.

When to visit:
Nanded has a tropical climate experiencing extreme weathers across summer, monsoons and winters. November to February is the considered best time as weather remains pleasant and marked by gentle breezes. However Nanded can be visited during any time of the year.

Nanded Airport:
Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Airport,
Nanded Airport Pvt. Ltd., Sanghvi (B),
Hingloli Road, Nanded – 431605.
Patna (PAT)
One of the largest cities in the Eastern India, Patna is the capital of Bihar state. Since ancient time, Patna has remained the seat of governance for many noted dynasties including the mighty Mauryans and Mughals. Once known as ‘Patliputra’, ‘Azimabad’ or ‘Pushpapura’, Patna is a historically rich city and even today provides a glimpse of the bygone era through its historic monuments and ruined archeological sites. Patna has also remained a significant place for Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains. There are a number of religious shrines in and around the city that belong to varied faith and thronged by devotees in large numbers. In addition to these, modern shopping complexes, well managed parks and gardens, delicious local cuisines, colourful fairs and festivals, altogether provide matchless charm to Patna.

Main languages:
Maithili, Bhojpuri, Magadhi, Hindi, Urdu, and English.

When to visit:
Like most parts of Bihar, Patna boasts of a sub-tropical climate with hot summers during April to June and cool winters during November to February. The monsoon season arrives in late June and ends by September. The ideal time to visit Patna is between October to March as the weather remains pleasant and worth the visit.

Patna Airport:
Jaiprakash Narayan
International Airport, Patna - 800014, Bihar.
Pune (PNQ)
A perfect example of cosmopolitan India, Pune - the ‘Oxford of the East’, lies nestled amidst the Sahyadri Hills, on the Deccan plateau. Due to its cool, dry climate it once served as the ‘monsoon capital’ under the British regime. Today, it has developed into a key industrial center. Regarded by many as the city that epitomizes modern India, here buildings from the colonial era lie side by side with new-age eateries; museums that hark back to the bygone era co-exist amicably with funky discotheques; and old forts share the limelight with the charismatic Bhagwan Rajneesh’s Osho International Meditation Resort. The city is known for its famous colleges, Osho slippers and Shrewsbury biscuits. A city where students is what you see everywhere, nipping about on their bikes and scooters, piling into clubs, hanging out at street corners. The best thing about Pune is that it's a friendly city. From small kiosks on corners serving cold coffees and ice creams eaten on the pavements to high end theme bars, Pune accommodates all. The prices are low here, but the comforts match all metros. With the recent rise in IT companies, Pune is the city for the young. It's the quintessential big-city with a small-town feel. Visit Pune for the Osho Ashram. Visit the famous German Bakery for delicious desserts or buy Osho slippers in all colours possible from the pavement stalls. On the outskirts, there are also the ruins of the Maratha Empire, sturdy forts littered in beautiful expanses of green.

Main languages:
Marathi, English and Hindi.

When to visit:
Pune, with its tropical wet and dry climate, enjoys moderate temperature. Although Pune can be visited all round the year, the weather is the loveliest just after the monsoon in the months of September and October. Pleasant breeze rocks the city, which itself is covered in a beautiful cover of green.

Pune Airport:
Lohgaon Airport, Pune - 32,
Maharashtra.
Srinagar (SXR)
It is one of the oldest and most naturally beautiful cities in India and has a recorded history dating back to the 3rd century BC. With a long history that saw it enter the hands of various kingdoms, dynasties and empires, Srinagar till today remains one of the most sought after lands in the world. Located in the beautiful Kashmir Valley, through which the radiant Jhelum River flows, Srinagar is surrounded in the north by the Hokersar wetlands, one of richest wetlands in terms of fauna and flora in the country, and home to migratory birds from Siberia. Srinagar is however most famous for its many lakes, the best known of which is the Dal Lake, home to houseboats and shikaras (canoe like skiffs), and floating markets. The town is also very well known for it numerous gardens, most of which were made many centuries ago. There are also many edifices of religious importance to be found in the city. Srinagar is in the land that truly embodies nature’s harmony between earth and sky, water and mountains, trees and flowers, and is a destination that must be visited at least once in a lifetime.

Main languages:
Urdu, Kashmiri, Hindi and English.


When to visit:
Srinagar is known to have humid continental climate with very warm summers, and winters with sub zero temperatures. The ideal time to visit this beautiful valley of lakes and gardens is between May and August, when the weather is not too cold or hot. Frequent showers are common in the months of July through September.

Srinagar Airport:
Srinagar International Airport,
Humhama, Srinagar: 190007.
 
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