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Tourist Sites near Allahabad

The city of Allahabad is a must visit on your tour to India and an excursion to the city gives you the opportunity for trips to the tourist sites near Allahabad. An Allahabad tourist guide will help you through the various tourist attractions in Allahabad and once you have been through the places of interest inside the city you can choose to visit the tourist attractions near Allahabad that are likewise entertaining and exciting.

Some of the tourist sites near Allahabad are as follows:

  • Jhusi:

    Serving as a seat of calm and tranquility, this place, only a 9 km drive from Allahabad, across the Ganga, provides ample scope to those who visit the place seeking mental peace and spiritual harmony. Make sightseeing near Allahabad special by visiting the several Ashrams and temples. It is reachable by taxis, buses and boats.

  • Bhita:

    Art enthusiasts rather not miss out on a visit to Bhita - at a distance of 20 km from Allahabad, an archaeological site housing relics of structures built as early as 300 BC.

  • Shringverpur:

    Commonly known as the kingdom of Nishadraj, this historical site has found place in the epic of Ramayana. Located at a distance of 40 km from Allahabad, it is home to the temple of Shringi Rishi.

  • Tons River Aqueduct:

    Located approximately 43 km from Allahabad, the Tons River Aqueduct is a popular picnic spot.

  • Upardaha Lake:

    Situated barely 44 km away from the city of Allahabad, the Upardaha Lake is one of the protected lakes of the state of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Kaushambi:

    Traditionally associated with the Hindu epic of Mahabharata and traveled to by Lord Buddha to deliver sermons, Kaushambi is situated 62 km from Allahabad. Today it merely houses the ruins of an ancient fort and a monastery, reminiscent of the glorious past.

  • Kara:

    Set along the banks of Ganga, Kara is at 69 km from Allahabad. The erstwhile provincial capital of the Mughals, it has a range of structures reflecting the influence of Mughal and Indian Architecture, like - Sheetla Mata Mandir and Kaleshwar Mahadevji temple.

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