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Places in Uttar Pradesh for Solo Travellers

Travelling solo is the new trend all over the world. Exploring new places and meeting new people new fad. While travelling to different places gives you a worthy experience, it is something which also provides peace to your mind and soul.

While travelling alone you can introspect on your life and probably find your real destination. The Indian state of UP is a heaven for all solo travelers across the world. Let’s see some similar places.


Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh

If you want a refuge out of your wordly chores then you must definitely visit this place. It is here that Lord Buddha gave his first preaching. Chaukhandi Stupa is the first monument you will encounter after entering Sarnath.

This place is equally important to Hindus as King Ashoka raised many great monuments here. This place is a feast for a lone traveler and, thus, should not be missed.


Hosting some of the finest Mughal architecture in the entire country, Agra is a place to be. Once you reach the station, hire an auto which will take you the famous Taj Mahal. Albeit a bit stained, this epitome of love will make you feel as if you have achieved something in life.

Next pay visit to the might Agra Fort. Although it is never ending, the sprawling structure will make you realize the rich history of our country. Thus, again a place you cannot miss.

Fatehpur Sikri

If you are someone who is interested in the archaic Mughal architecture, then you cannot miss this place. The place is perfect to see the transition of India from the Mughal to the British to the modern India. The royal Mughal culture is still imbibed in every portion of Fatehpur Sikri juxtaposed with the contemporary India.


An important pilgrimage of Buddhists, Kushinagar occupies a central position when it comes to cultural heritage. It is here where Lord Buddha gave his last preaching.

Best part of Kushinagar is that it houses temples of Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Thai and Sri Lankan Buddhists. You can see the intricate architecture and see the minute differences.


Situated in the southernmost part of Eastern UP, it might be a pain to reach this place. But trust me, the pain is worth of.

Located in between the beautiful ranges of Kaimur and Vindhya, this place was most happening in the pre-historic era. Proof – The gorgeous rock painting, which speak for themselves. You will see shades of tribal culture and a wide range of ancient temples. A place worth a visit!


Also known as the Royal City of UP, Allahabad again is very popular in UP. Coming to UP and not paying a visit to “Sangam”, signifying the confluence of Ganga and Yamuna, is just like having tea without sugar.

Enjoy the exotic view of the sunset at Sangam.

Next pay visit to the Allahabad Fort built by Akbar in 1583 is a magnificent site to watch. It imbibes serenity in a very powerful way, thus giving away positive vibes.


Srawasti, a beautiful land, was the capital of the mighty kingdom of Kosala and is extremely sacred for Buddhists. Looks like UP is pivotal to the Buddhist culture across the globe!

It is believed that Buddha performed his greatest miracles at this place. Thus, this place houses stupas and statues of Buddha having multiple images. This is clearly shown in the miraculous temples having miraculous idols of Buddha.

This place is so pleasing to eyes that it may relax your wanderlust for a while if not forever.

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