If you are a couple looking for places to visit near Delhi within 150 kms, then head to the staycation heaven of Neemrana. If you have the budget then definitely book a room for a taste of royalty in the Neemrana Fort Palace.
Credits: Ratan Mehta
Distance: 93 km (from IFCO Chowk)
Attractions: Neemrana Fort Palace, Neemrana Baori, Zip Lining, Flying Fox
When in doubt, head to Jaipur! The Pink City is the answer to every Delhiite's question "Where do I go this weekend?". Fancy palaces, colourful markets and a culture as old as time, Jaipur is a city that you can never get enough of.
Credits: Gaurav Murgai
Distance: 268 km
Attractions: Amer Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Albert Hall Museum
Situated by Lake Pichola, Udaipur is touted as the most romantic city of Rajasthan. If you are a honeymoon couple, then be assured that the fantastical palaces, serene lakes and colourful lakes will make you fall in love all over again.
Distance: 678 km
Attractions: Lake Pichola, City Palace, Bagore ki Haweli, Jaisamand Lake, Jag Mandir
Parwanoo is a small town on the Shivalik Range that is still untouched by the herd of mainstream tourists. If you are a backpacker looking for a quiet escape, then head to Parwanoo in winters, when even the industries shut down.
Distance: 282 km
Attractions: Timber Trail, Pinjore, Kali Mata Temple, Fruit Orchards
The ski capital of India is a piece of heaven nestled between vast coniferous forests and towering peaks of Nanda Devi and Nar Parbat. Though all types of travellers find their way to Auli, it is best suited for adventure seekers.
Distance: 394 km
Attractions: Chenab Lake, Joshimath, Winter Ski Resort
The Himalayan city of Manali is super popular amongst travellers. If you are here for a romantic retreat, then find a cozy spot toward Old Manali, if you are on a backpacking journey then chill at Vashisht Village and if you want to step-up your travel game, then start your journey to Spiti via Rohtang Pass.
Distance: 500 km
Attractions: Valmiki Village, Manu Temple, Mall Road, Hidimba Temple
This tiny Tibetan Colony is situated a few kilometres from Dharamshala and is best known for its delicious food and warm people. Backpackers visiting McLeod Ganj should keep moving further up towards Dharamkot and even do the Triund Trek.
Credits: Pramati Anand
Distance: 491 km
Attractions: Trek to Triund, Bhagsunag Waterfall, St. John Church, Tibetan Restaurants
Once a royal hunting ground, Ranthambore is identified by the famous Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. A tiger haven, Ranthambore is extremely popular amongst wildlife enthusiasts who travel hundreds of miles for a single sight of a tiger.
Distance: 368 km
Attractions: Ranthambore National Park, Ranthambore Fort, Surwal Lake, Kachida Valley
The ancient town of Pushkar is a site of holy pilgrimage for Hindus all over the world. Lately this small city has become a hub for international and national tourists travelling on a budget. With affordable cafes and accommodation, Pushkar should be on every shoestring traveller's bucket list.
Credits: Patrick Colgan
Distance: 402 km
Attractions: Pushkar Lake, Brahma Mandir, Savitri Temple, Varaha Temple
Deeg is an ancient town of Bharatpur, which is even mentioned in the epic of Mahabharata. The floating palace of Deeg is one of the few structures that hark back to the rich history of the town. Travellers interested in or already travelling to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary must put Deeg on their list.
If you like Shimla but want a quieter alternative to travel to with your family, then Kasauli is ideal for you. Spend a day or two here and then head to Barog for a complete experience of life in the hills.
Credits: Tahir Hashmi
Distance: 298 km
Attractions: Kasauli Brewery, Hawa Ghar, Monkey Point
Shoghi is a small town situated only 15 km from Shimla. Despite being home to two very famous temples, Kali and Hanuman Temple, the quiet hamlet is mostly ignored by tourists. Shoghi is best visited in winters, when it turns to a white fairyland.
Just about 300km from Delhi, Solan is a hidden gem in the truest sense of the word. From new-age distilleries with high quality scotch to being the mushroom capital of India, Solan is a town that can surprise even the most experienced of travellers.
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