Bhopal the beautiful capital city is an amalgam of old and new. The old city towards the North is dotted with mosque, chowks, exotic havellis and crowed market. Towards the south lies the New Bhopal which is systematically designed with broad roads, hotels and restaurants, upmarket shopping complexes. Both old and new are unique and special you are going to enjoy your visit with both. The city houses the dome of  Taj-Ul-Masajid one  of the largest mosques in India. The other places the city offers are Moti Masjid, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Zardozi craft, Gauhar Mahal, Bhojtal or the upper lake, Chota talab (lower lake),  Van Vihar National park, Shaukat Mahal & Sadar Manzil, Bhojpur temple, Birla museum, State archaeological museum, National museum of mankind.

How to reach:

 One can easily reach Bhopal by air as it operates both domestic and international flights. The air port is located at a distance of 15kms from the main city.  The city is having its own railway station near Hamidia road and is well linked with all major railheads of the country like Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai etc. Regular bus services both govt. And private exist from Bhopal to other major cities.