Metro City Travel Guide

Agra - Major tourist destination for Mughal-era buildings like Taj Mahal.
Ahmedabad - 'Manchester of India' due to a huge number of textile mills.
Bangalore - A well known IT hub. Also known as 'Silicon Valley of India'.
Bhopal - Known as the City of Lakes and its natural beauty.
Chennai - Popular for IIT and for being an IT and industrial hub
Coimbatore - 'Manchester of South India' due to its extensive textile industry.
Delhi - Capital of India. Known for History, Food, Islamic Relics and Markets.
Gurgaon - Known as the Kingdom of Dreams, theatrical shows and nightlife.
Guwahati - Famous for its Kamakhya temple situated atop the Nilachal hill
Hyderabad - Masterpiece of Charminar and the fort of Golconda.
Indore - Known for huge production of cotton in India, and its architectural buildings.
Jaipur - Famous for traditional Jewelry & fabrics, handicrafts and cuisines.
Kanpur -Famous for leather and textile goods of fine quality.
Kochi - Popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea.
Kolkata - A pioneer in the field of drama, arts, theatre and literature.
Kozhikode - Famous for centuries-old trade in cotton and spices with Jews, Arabs etc.
Lucknow - Known as 'Nawabo Ki Nagri' and 'Laxmanpuri'.
Meerut - Famous for its scissors, sports goods and Gazak.
Mumbai - Being the entertainment capital of India.
Nagpur - Known as the Orange City for being a major trade of oranges.
Navi Mumbai - is the planned twin city of Mumbai
Noida - A hub of Shopping malls and theaters.
Patna - was Pataliputra or Patalipattan and its history starts from 600 B.C.
Pune - Known as the Oxford of the East
Varanasi - The Setting in Motion of the Wheel of Dharma.
Vijayawada - Famous for food, Durga Temple, Krishna River
Visakhapatnam - The City of Destiny and The Jewel of the East Coast.