Jabalpur Tourist Information Centers



The Jabalpur Tourist Information Centers provide invaluable assistance to tourists visiting the Madhya Pradesh city. Situated on the banks of the Narmada River and fringed by rugged hills, Jabalpur or the "city of the marbles" is a spectacular city that is a rage with the tourists. In fact, the city owes its nomenclature to the legendary Saint Jabali Pattanam who christened the city Jabalpur, after the Arabic term "Jabal" meaning rocks.

The stunning city boasts of a glorious history that dates back to antiquity. The city was the kingdom of many a powerful ruler of the medieval times and has witnessed the vagaries of time from the time the days of the Gond rule to the tyrannical British rule. Popularly known as Sanskardhani or the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is a much coveted tourist destination in Central India.

Consequently, hotels and resorts have mushroomed all over the paradisaical city. The tourist information centers of Jabalpur play a pivotal role in providing them comfortable accommodation in accordance with their budget. They also advise them on the most convenient ways to arrive in the city as well as arrange affordable transport that will take them sightseeing. These offices publish guidebooks that highlight the must see tourists attractions of the place. They also provide maps that illustrate the exact location and geographic distance of the various sightseeing destinations.

There are two major Jabalpur Tourist Information Centers. They include the follwing:
  • Tourist Information Center
    Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation,
    Regional Office, Railway Station,
    Jabalpur. Tel: - (0751)-322111.

  • Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd, Head Office, 4th Floor "
    Gangotri, T.T Nagar,
    Bhopal-462003.
    Tel: (0755)-554340/42/43.




Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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