Best Place To Visit In Each IPL Team’s City


The fever of IPL is in the air. And all cricket enthusiasts are enjoying every bit of it. When the states of India get involved, the aggression within everyone enhances even more. The best part of Indian Premier League is that the matches are held all over the country which gives you the chance to visit all the cities wherever the matches are being held.

 

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Here is a list of 8 cities where the craze over IPL is going to get even louder:

 

1. Hyderabad:

This southern city is known for its authentic and spicy Andhra cuisine. Also, don’t forget the Charminar and the Golconda Fort where the Kohinoor diamond was found.

 

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2. Mumbai:

The City of Dreams has a lot to offer. It has a fantastic nightlife and popular tourist destinations such as Gateway of India, the Queen’s Necklace, Marine Drive and Elephanta Caves. Since it is the entertainment hub of India, the chances of spotting a celebrity are high.

 

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3. Pune:

This city is famous for adventure activities such as camping, lake crossing, paragliding and jungle trekking. It is also home to Joshi’s Museum of Miniature Railway.

 

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4. Kolkata:

Some of the architectural marvels of Kolkata are Raj Bhavan, Writer’s Building and the Victoria Memorial which offer a sight to behold! This culturally rich city is also home to cute yellow cabs.

 

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5. New Delhi:

The Capital of the country has plethora of tourist destinations such as India Gate, Red Fort, Nehru Planetarium, etc., along with famous points such as Chandni Chowk, Cannaught Place and Hauz Khas Village.

 

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6. Mohali:

This city is a favourite location of cricket matches and houses some of the popular tourist spots such as Baba Banda Singh Bahadur War Memorial, Dr. Diwan Singh Kalepani Museum and Fateh Burj.

 

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7. Bengaluru:

Known for its fantastic weather, Bangalore’s landscape is lush and green. As a traveller, you will certainly enjoy the lovely little eateries scattered all over city. Do visit the Bangalore palace and Vidhan Soudha.

 

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8. Raipur:

Culturally rich, Raipur is a small city that is home to some of the lesser known but beautiful locales such as the Vivekananda Sarovar, Doodhadhari temple and monastery.

 

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Each city has its own charm that is unmatchable. While it is not possible to pay a visit to each one of these places, it is certainly doable to cover half of them. So which ones are you planning to travel to and why?