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In our urban life, we live in extreme pollution and noise for our day to day life. There is no surprise that most of us wish to escape to a hill resort or a beach side resort at the first chance we get. But, with many green cities we don’t have to necessarily leave the comforts of city life. If you wish to know about those places, then read on to this article and know about the incredible green cities of India.chandigarh city tour


Chandigarh is known to be as one of India’s best cities for its perfect planning. This beautiful city is the capital of two north-Indian states, Haryana and Punjab. It is also one of India’s Union Territories. Though Chandigarh is an urban city but it still has preserved its green cover through widespread planning. The city has been located close to the Shivalik range foothills and easy to travel to, offering great sightseeing options. Some of the famous Chandigarh includes Suhana Lake, Rose Garden and the Rock Garden. see moregandhi nagar city tour


Capital of one of the most developed states of India, Gujarat, Gandhinagar is also renowned to be the greenest cities. Gandhinagar was scientifically pictured keeping in mind the need to build and maintain a green cover across the city. Presently, with over 30 lakh trees, it is a contemporary example of successful city planning. The city’s closeness to the River Sabaramati also offers it importance as a famous tourist destination and a visit place for any visitor of Gujarat. see morejashedpur city tour


Jamshedpur was the first planned industrial township in India and also counted as the cleanest cities in the country. As per studies, the one third portion of the city is under green cover despite being located in Jharkhand, which is a tribal state and has great civic amenities and facilities. Jamshedpur is also called as Steel City. Some of the famous tourist spots to be visited in this industrialized yet green place are Jubilee Park, Dimna Lake, Zoological Park and Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary. see morephopal city tour


Having 33 lakes, Bhopal is often quoted as “the City of Lakes”. Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh, therefore, not only as a great expanse of green cover, but also its location (amidst the Vindhya mountain ranges) makes it a picturesque destination. Most of these lakes are man-made, including the Upper Lake, which is the oldest man-made lake in India. Apart from sailing on Bhopal lakes, you can also explore the nearby national park; ‘the Van Vihar National Park’ is a great place to enjoy flora and fauna.nagpur the orange city


Nagpur, also known as ‘the City of Oranges’ is the biggest city in the western state of Maharashtra. It is also amongst the most famous destinations for travel and sightseeing. The travelers love to visit its beautiful natural and man-made lakes. In addition, the city of Nagpur is known for its clean roads, with trees and green spaces in abundance.  The city is also bounded by wildlife sanctuaries and parks, which are home for wild animals like the Royal Bengal Tiger. see moretrivandram city tour

Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)

Thiruvananthapuram (also known as Trivandrum) is the capital city of the southern state of Kerala – “God’s own Country”. This beautiful city is known to be clean, quiet and tranquil for its visitors. Trivandrum is built on seven hills, and get its name from ‘Anantha’, the sacred snake. The vicinity to the shores (of Killi and Karamana Rivers) makes this place more idyllic to visit. see more

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