Channel the inner traveler in you and explore these 6 places in Nagpur

Nagpur is one of the largest and the most beautiful cities in Maharashtra. It is called the Orange city because of the high cultivation of oranges that takes place here. But there is much more to the city when it comes to exploring. Nagpur has some really nice tourist destinations that can keep you on your toes for the whole day. You can book your accommodation at any luxury or budget hotels in Nagpur in advance for an easy stay.

Here are six places that you should explore while visiting Nagpur.

1. The Breath-taking Ambazari Lake

Ambazari Lake is one of the biggest lakes in Nagpur out of the eleven. The mango trees surrounding it and a garden nearby make this lake Worth a visit. Sit by the lake and have yourself a picnic with your family and friends.

2. Best Family Entertainment Spot the Maharaj Bagh and Zoo

The Maharaj Bagh was initially built by the Bhosle Kings and was later converted into a zoo. If you have an interest in the different flora and fauna, this is the place to visit. The zoo has some amazing variety of animal and plants that attract tourists of all ages. You can stay at the hotels near Nagpur railway station for the better access to transportation.

3. The Very Holy Dikshabhoomi Stupa

Dikshabhoomi Stupa is the biggest hollow Stupa in Asia and attracts tourists from all around the world. It is one of the most sacred Buddhist Pilgrim spots and is also famously known as a place where Dr. B. R. Ambedkar converted his religion to Buddhism.

4. The Picturesque Markanda

Markanda is a small town that is located a little away from the main town, but it is one of the best architectural marvels in Maharashtra. The place has 24 Shiva temples and all the architecture is done on the stones. The town has other things also such as art museum, handicraft shops, and some lip-smacking cuisine.

5. A Portal to The History Nagpur Central Museum

Nagpur Central Museum is a 150-year-old museum that houses some of the oldest and the most precious artefacts, manuscripts, fossils, paintings etc. This is the perfect place to not only get to know about the history of Nagpur but also of the state's nearby.

6. A Place of Pilgrim Ramtek Temple

Ramtek is one of the oldest temples in India and it gets its name from Lord Rama. It's said that Rama, Sita, and Lakshmana stayed at this place for some time while on exile. The place has remains of architecture from 4th and 6th century. This is a heaven for all the history buffs.

So, what are you waiting for? Plan your trip to Nagpur and explore these beautiful places with your friends and family.

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