Which city in India is your favourite? While most of us reside in the metropolitan cities in India, we have listed the best cities to live in the country.
Hyderabad is a proper metropolitan city with a dense population. It is bustling with life, as people visit cafes and restaurants on the daily. The city is popular for a variety of up and running companies, and stores India’s first IKEA. More importantly, you can find some of the best food items like biryani, paranthas, and Malabar cuisine at every stop. The best part about this city is that it is properly constructed, providing enough space between the roads, houses and companies to ensure that the traffic is always smooth.
Bangalore is the IT hub of India, and is rightfully called the Silicon Valley of India. It si the third largest city in the country, mostly popular for its nightlife and startups. Since its located in the Southern part of India, the climate is mostly cool. The traffic is not that great, but the outlets available make up for the delay. It is bustling with culture and is the perfect city if you are looking to travel, and shop till you drop.
Mumbai is the city of the Bollywood fraternity. It is the city of dreams, and can make a man go from rags to riches. It is a very populous cities, riddled with house, bungalows, companies and even houses the country’s largest slums. However, it is multifaceted which makes it a popular choice to stay in India. If you are seeking solitude, go to one of the biggest parks available, or shop from its popular outlets and malls, enjoy street shopping and street food and don’t forget to visit Marine Drive!
Pune, located close to Mumbai, stays away from the complex life lived in the city. It is on the quieter side and houses a majority of the student population in India. It thrives on the Marathi culture and has a well-balanced climate. It has good nightlife, restaurants and not too much on the expensive side. However, the variety will definitely drain your sources, so spend wisely!
This city is known for all things affordable! It is rich in its cultural heritage and houses some of the most ancient buildings and resorts available. The street food is incredible and the city life is laidback and easy. If you are looking to settle down in life away from the crowds, this city will amaze you with its landscapes and sunsets set against the backdrop of rich Bengali culture.