India is one country that has history and cultural spots which are as old as human memory!! With the length and breadth of such gigantic scale India has numerous tourist spots spread across its geography. To see India in 7 days would be a challenge that will definitely test anybody’s scheduling skills. Let me try and show you a glimpse of how I would plan a few major cities. If you were to start the trip in the south, Bangalore is a good bet to start off from. With one of the best climate and weather on offer, this high tech city occupies a high spot as one of the most eminent places in the list of tourist spots in India. With numerous luxury hotels spread around the city, stay is never a problem and not to forget the delicious food on offer in the restaurants of Bangalore. Vidhan Soudha, Cubbon Park, Visvesvaraya Museum, Wonderla Entertainment Park,…etc are some of the most visited tourist spots in Bangalore. From Bangalore the next easy city to visit is Hyderabad.
Book your tickets early:
For your travel in India, it is advisable to book all the tickets early along with the hotels in which you are going to stay to avoid the last minute hurdles. An easy way to reach Hyderabad from Bangalore is by bus. You can get the Bangalore Hyderabad bus tickets easily online. In Hyderabad, the spots to see are Charminar, Hussain Sagar Lake, Salarjung Museum, Malls in Banjara Hills and not to forget the Ramoji Rao Film City.
After a hectic Hyderabad, you cab take another night journey to reach Mumbai, the Financial capital & action city of India, by road, or better still fly in to the Mumbai airport.
Plans in Mumbai :
Being the business capital of India, this city boasts of very high population. Apart from business links, this is also the city of Bollywood. The famous India Gate is also located here and the Colaba area in South Mumbai has excellent buildings with good heritage background. The Mumbai stock exchange on the Dalal Street,is another place, which you must visit when you are in Mumbai. With dozens of Malls & Clubs, Mumbai also boasts of a very brisk night life. Party around for 2 days and you will still yearn for more.
The next city which,I will recommend to you to visit, from Mumbai will be Pune. Tourists can easily reach Pune from Mumbai with the Pune Mumbai bus service. Pune is often called the as the cultural capital of the Maharashtra city. Pune has numerous temples to worship as well as temples of education, with over 300 colleges and 150 schools. This city also has hotels, that caters to all classes of masses. This city houses the National War Museum, which has a rich collection war items and incidentally, this museum also has a pillar, that is 25 feet in height erected in the memory of the soldiers who had fought in the wars for India.
Apart from these places, Pune has some world-class bakeries & eateries for any visitor to spend his time.From Pune to go back to Mumbai after your trip, you can reserve your tickets with the Mumbai Pune busservices and get the best deal once again.