Mainly split by a pair of lakes, Bhopal is two cities within a city. Having two starkly contrasting cityscapes. Towards the North, you have the old city, a fascinating area of mosques, serpentine alleys, chowks, milling crowds, exotic havelis, and crowded bazaars. South of the two lakes is the new Bhopal. Modern culture, with wide roads, upmarket shopping complexes, and plush hotels and restaurants nestled comfortably in the Area and Shamla Hills, which overlook the lakes and the old city beyond. The central district is known as the New Market.
Both Bhopals bring out the child within you. Here we are discussing the leading tourist places in Bhopal.
This place is mainly located at about 46 km from Bhopal, Bhimbetka, the World heritage site, highlights the rich history of Bhopal. Bhimbetka caves is a real treasure as the rock paintings in the caves are over 15000 years of age. The paintings on the walls and the ceilings of the caves are brilliant pieces of artwork.
This national park is located at the heart of the city, is home to a wide range of birds and animals. The park is basically home to over 200 species of birds. You can either walk or hire cycles to explore the park with family and friends.
an incomplete temple for no reasons mainly belong to the 11th century. Though this temple is incomplete but does not fail to inspire you with its exquisite carvings. Even you can visit this place.
Established in 1971, Birla Museum has a wonderful collection of manuscripts, sculptures belongings to the period from 2nd century BC to 6th century AD.
This place owns the pride of being built by the first ever woman ruler in Bhopal. Gohar Begum built it in the year 1820. Located in the Upper Lake banks, the best part is, the palace displays a combination of Mughal and Hindu architecture.
This lake existing from the 11th century, is considered the biggest lake in the state. The water of the lake is believed to have curative powers which help to skin conditions.
The museum was established in the year of 1985. The 200-acre large museum is situated on Shyamala Hills. The well designed anthropological museum gives an insight into the evolution of mankind.
Laxmi Narayan temple of Bhopal is famously called the Birla Mandir is mainly situated at the highest point of “Bhopal City”. The temple of Bhopal is an excellent example of art and culture.
This place is the largest Mosque in India situated in Bhopal covers an area of 7065 sq.m. Most popular Mosque in Bhopal with marble domes.
Bhopal keeps you engaged with its rich cultural history and natural beauty. The fascination keeps as you travel the length and breadth of the city. so, these all are the best tourist places in Bhopal you can visit with your family and friends.