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Nestled in Maharashtra’s secluded northeast surrounded by fields of orange trees, Nagpur doesn’t make it on to many tourist maps. If you’re here on business, or transiting through, spend some time soaking up the truly Indian atmosphere – far removed from the country’s busy visitor spots. Wander the fruit and veg markets – don’t forget to sample some sweet juicy oranges – and stroll around the Civil Lines area – home to Raj-era colonial mansions turned government offices.

Things to see

Besides the Civil Lines district brimming with British-built buildings, Nagpur’s major landmark is the Sitabuldi Fort – site of a 19th century battle between the British and the Maratha and now home to an Indian Army battalion. The fort opens to the public a few times a year, and is worth a look inside if you happen to coincide. You might also use Nagpur as a base to explore the hilltop temple complex of Ramtek. Hop on a bus and head out to Ramtek to see the white stone shrines at this sacred Hindu spot, believed to be the place where Lord Rama rested during his exile. The temple cluster is thought to be 600 years old. Another popular excursion from Nagpur is the ashrams at Sevagram. Home to Gandhi during the fight for independence, many of the original huts have been lovingly restored by Gandhi’s devotees, including his own residence.

Hotels in Nagpur

As a burgeoning business town, many new hotels have opened in recent years in Nagpur. Hotels in Nagpur range from simple mid-range places to gleaming corporate hotels, with wireless internet access, on-site gym facilities and conference rooms. Budget and cheap hotels offer back to basics accommodation without many added luxuries. If you’re looking for something a bit more authentic try one of the city’s few guesthouses or seek out a homestay for a more homely experience.

Where to stay

If you’re looking for a convenient spot to get around, the area around the train station makes it particularly easy to get in and out of the city. To the south of the centre, the main road towards the airport is dotted with business and new hotels. If you’re planning on staying in the city for a while, rather than purely transiting through, the Civic Lines area, just northeast of the fort, has the most pleasant ambience, especially good for an evening stroll. Out of town, Wardha is particularly close to the Ghandi ashram at Sevagram.

How to get to Nagpur

Pretty much slap bang in the centre of the country, Nagpur’s well connected to India’s major cities. Flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore - as well as plenty of other cities - land at Nagpur Airport, approximately 4 miles from the city. You can take an inexpensive taxi or auto-rickshaw into the centre. You can catch overnight sleeper trains from Mumbai or Kolkata to Nagpur Junction Train Station. Connections are also available from Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad. If heading to the Ghandi ashram, take the 2 hour bus journey from Nagpur to Wardha. Ramtek can also be reached by bus.

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