Why to Visit Aurangabad
Aurangabad is considered to be established during 17th Century but its history rooted way back to approximately 2nd Century B.C. This city impartially guards Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Islam religions monuments. Aurangabad, holds rich history and finest artworks, is a place for people who look forward to artwork, and historical manifestation.
Aurangabad is unlike some places which are specific for people or type like honeymoon spots, hippie destinations, holy place, et al. where the outsiders feel tipsy and out of place. Aurangabad is a city which gives tourist their own back home atmosphere, release metropolitan people from the hook of traffic and congestion. It gives home freedom and safety, tourism feeling and exhilaration.
You can see following sets of people in Aurangabad tourist places: small kids holding parents hands, school students marching in a line, gang of friends bellowing historical facts, young couple billowing arm in arm, older people enjoys post retirement life in a style, teen leading a family trip, a girl took her un-resting mom alone for a trip, a girl took her beau or vice versa with their parent to get along and many more. Aurangabad and its places has no restriction and provides everyone a comfort place to relax and relish.
Another benefit of Aurangabad is that no need to worry about sweatshirt or jerkin weight in luggage, no need to pack extra pair of beach wears, relieved from carrying trekking boots and camping tents. You can travel with minimal clothes, just a sandal, sun-glass, cap and sun scream.
Best time to Visit
Most of the tourist places are outdoor, it is best to visit in Monsoon and Winter. Summer is very hot in Aurangabad so it is better to avoid visiting in Summer.
-->Oct-Feb is the best time to visit.
-->Mar-Jun is the time to be avoided
How to reach
- Air - Domestic Airport (IXU) connected from Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Tirupati, Thiruvananthapuram and Jaipur.
- Train - Nanded division station (AWB) connect with major cities like Hyderabad, Delhi, Nizamabad, Nagpur, Nashik, Pune, Nanded & Latur Road.
- Road - Road is connected from all major cities and buses ever connected.
Best planned in 3 days.
My trip plan goes like this,