Ghaziabad to Varanasi

The Ghaziabad - Varanasi routes are well connected by rail, road or air facilities. Tourists can visit Varanasi from Ghaziabad by availing any of the local intra-city super fast trains or by availing the flights, which go to Delhi from Varanasi. From Delhi, one can easily drive down to Ghaziabad,Uttar Pradesh as the city is a part of the greater Delhi known as the NCR region.

Varanasi is an exciting and serene tourist destination, which can be easily visited from Ghaziabad for a weekend trip with family and friends. Varanasi is a place, which offers a serene and calm atmosphere, away from the din and bustle of the Ghaziabad city. The city of Varanasi is known as the cultural capital of India.

Varanasi is noted for its educational institutions, which have been there since the past many decades. Even today, the city boasts of 6 different universities. For instance, the Banaras Hindu University is the biggest residential university in Asia. The city of Varanasi is also famous for its temples, which can be found at every nook and corner of the city. The most popular among them is the Kashi Vishwanath Temple. Other popular temples include Sankat Mochan, Bharat Mata Mandir and Durga Temple.

Varanasi is also well known for its ghats and there are more than 80 ghats in the city. There are lots of shopping areas and dining options galore in the city.

Last Updated on 28 September 2012



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