Stopovers in India

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Exploration is undoubtedly one of the best gifts you can give yourself. Travelling gives you a chance to not just visit and learn about new places but also helps introspect within. A true traveller will leave no stone unturned to embrace new cultures, meet different people, taste the best of cuisine and admire beauty.

For such people, stopovers happen to be as important a spot to travel as much as the other destinations on his/her checklist. And while the explorers at heart tend to practice this ritual quite often, the regular junta who has to switch from one flight to another and has some time in hand can also try this idea. Instead of just waiting at the airport during a stopover flight, now you have an option of knowing a little more about that particular city.

The stepping stones to experiences can increase when we visit more number of places during our stopovers. It usually happens that great attractions are available within the vicinity of the domestic airport. Relish a few more joyful moments at the nearby attractions during your stopover flights. So, let’s get to know some places which would bring a few more smiles and lead to a more memorable journey of life.

Qutub Minar,Lotus Temple & Jama Masjid

Qutub Minar,Lotus Temple & Jama Masjid

Via Delhi

One of the most important Indian tourist destinations, New Delhi is also a popular stopover. There are numerous multi-flights and stopover flights via Delhi. The national capital region has tremendous number of places like Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar and Lotus Temple are worth a visit during this time. Most of these tourist attractions are planned and visited by explorers during their trip to India. An amazing and known fact about these marvels is the architecture, history and cultural background attached to them.

As quoted by Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, “I asked my soul: What is Delhi?”

She replied, “The World is the body and Delhi its life.”

Siddhivinayak Temple,Gateway of India & Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

Siddhivinayak Temple,Gateway of India & Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

Via Mumbai/Bombay/Bambai

Also known as the film city of India, Mumbai offers an insight into the glitzy glamour world. Not being constrained to the starry crowd, the city boasts of one of the most crowded beaches of the country. Also, Siddhivinayak Temple and Gateway of India are attractions located near the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and could be visited during stopover flights and also while boarding multi flights.

Devanahalli Fort,Venugopalaswamy Temple & Silicon Valley of India

Devanahalli Fort,Venugopalaswamy Temple & Silicon Valley of India

Via Bangalore

Known Silicon Valley of India and Garden City, Bangalore has many beautiful attractions. Devanahalli Fort and The Venugopalaswamy Temple which are counted among the best attractions of Bangalore are situated near the Kempegowda International Airport. Witness these magnificent sights, admired and adorned throughout ages during your stopover flights and multi flights via Bangalore.

Kashi Viswanatha Vishalakshi Temple,Vivekananda Cultural House & Chennai International Airport

Kashi Viswanatha Vishalakshi Temple,Vivekananda Cultural House & Chennai International Airport

Via Chennai

This famous city of southern India is usually known by the term “Detroit of India” because of the massive automobile industry. If you are boarding a flight from Chennai and have some spare time in hand for a stopover, then you should visit the magnificent attractions near the airport. The city stuns you with its attractions like Vivekananda Cultural House and Kashi Viswanatha Vishalakshi Temple situated within the vicinity of Chennai International Airport. Stopovers, multi stopover flights and stopover flights from here would impeccably give a divine experience to you.

Shitala Mandir,Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport & Welsey Church

Shitala Mandir,Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport & Welsey Church

Via Kolkata

Stopover during flights through the “City of Joy” would surely make you happier and delighted. The Queen’s land, Kolkata is a land of the artists, a place where you’ll find the maximum number of creative people of the country. Explore the local life at places like Shitala Mandir and Welsey Church, located near the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport.

 

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