Tourism

There are many tourist places in Bhopal and surrounding Bhopal in terms of tourism. Bhopal is known as city of lakes, If you would like to visit nearby tourist places near bhopal Bhojpur, Bheembetika, Sanchi , Islamnagar, Samasgarh, etc. are worth a visit. The city is a blend of old and modern architecture.There are many places for tourists in Bhopal like Upper Lake, lower lake, Birla Temple, Van Vihar, Bharat Bhavan, Indira Gandhi National Museum of Man, Manu Bhaun ki tekari, cave temples, the Taj-ul-Masjid, Jama Masjid, Gauhar Mahal, Shaukat Mahal, Regional Science Centre, Fish aquarium, Kerwa dam etc.

Bhopal is located in the central part of India, Surrounded by lakes and hills, the district is famous for its natural beauty. Park’s beauty attract tourists. In Bhopal, Main parks are Kamla park,Vardhman park, Kilol park, Karishma Park, Shahjahani park, Neelum park, Naunihal park, Ekant park, Chinar park and Nandan park etc.

Bheembetika :

About 46 km from Bhopal Bhimbetka caves are popular for paintings of prehistoric times, those relating to the Neolithic period.

Bhojpur :

Bhojpur is situated on the Betwa River, 28 km from Bhopal. Bhojpur is famous for the incomplete Bhojeśvar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.The temple houses one of the largest liṅga-s in India.

Islamnagar :

11km away on Bhopal-Berasia Road has synthesis of Hindu and Islamic decorative art developed by Afghan ruler Dost Mohammed Khan.

Samassgarh :

It is situated 22 kilometer away from Bhopal. This place was discovered 70 years ago by a jain Muni.

Taj-ul-masjid :

This is the largest mosque in the country. The construction of the mosque during the reign of Shahjahan Begum of Bhopal .

Birla Mandir :

Birla Mandir is situated at the highest point of Bhopal, atop area Hills dedicated to goddess Lakshmi.

Fish Aquarium :

It is situated near Raj-Bhavan and old assembly hall. It came into existence on in 1977.

Shaurya Smarak :

Shaurya Smarak is a war memorial situated at Bhopal, inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on 14 October 2016. Shaurya Smarak is established by government of Madhya Pradesh at Bhopal in the heart area of Arera Hills near M.P. Nagar. It is sprawled over large area of about 12 acres .