Cities You Need To Travel To Catch All Matches Of India

The ICC T20 World Cup madness refuses to die down. And why should it? Cricket has always held a very special spot in our hearts. Every match that India plays witnesses a nail-biting, thoroughly passionate audience who throws “oh’s” and “aha’s” at its country’s every win or loss.


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The Indian cricket team has been performing considerably well this year. Yes, there have been some misses, but then we should not ignore the hits too! Keeping the enthusiasm alive, we have listed down cities that you need to travel to catch the matches of India.

Plan your perfect tour of India, this season:


1. Dharamshala:

The most-awaited match between India and Pakistan is scheduled to take place on March 19 in the picturesque town of Himachal Pradesh. While we firmly believe that you won’t miss this match for the world, we urge you to extend your stay and celebrate India’s (hopeful) win by taking the 3-hour trek to Triund from McLeoGanj.



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2. Bangalore:

This cosmopolitan city will host a match between India and an undecided country (whoever qualifies) on March 23. While you’re there, enjoy the lush greenery and enjoy at the lovely little eateries scattered all over city. Do visit the Bangalore palace and Vidhan Soudha.




3. Mohali:

A favourite location for cricket matches, India is scheduled to play against the aggressive Australian team on March 27. Mohali is a small student city and some of its famous tourist spots are Baba Banda Singh Bahadur War Memorial, Dr.Diwan Singh Kalepani Museum and FatehBurj.



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4. New Delhi:

The Super 10 Group 2 (1st) plays against Super 10 Group 1 (2nd) on March 30—and like every enthusiastic supporter of the Indian cricket team—we hope we make it to that level. New Delhi has plethora of tourist spots such as India Gate, Red Fort, Nehru Planetarium, etc., along with famous points such as Chandni Chowk and HauzKhas Village.




5. Kolkata:

The final match happens on April 3—and we hope to God we make it. The eastern city paints a rather intriguing picture and it is specifically known for its lip-smacking sweets, colourful culture and those cute yellow cabs. Don’t forget to visit Eden Gardens and Victoria Memorial Hall.



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The T20 World Cup offers an awesome opportunity to fans to not only attend all the matches India is playing but also take a tour of the vibrant cities of our country. Happy travels!