Bhubaneswar, or ‘the city of temples’ as it is fondly called is one of the most culturally effervescent cities in India. It is the center of economic and religious importance of Eastern India. This sprawling metropolis is somehow able to conform to the modern times while preserving its old-world charm and culture. It is home to more than 2000 temples which has earned the city its title of “The temple city of India”. Bhubaneswar is a popular destination for Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. There are a number of ways to get to the city. The Biju Patnaik Airport is the main domestic airport and is located 3 km away from the city center. Bhubaneswar is connected to most of the major cities in India by airways. You can get to Bhubaneswar by railways too. Bhubaneswar Railway Station is the main domestic airport and is located in the center of the city. You can travel using a great network of private and state run buses which connect most of the cities in India to Bhubaneswar. If you’re travelling on a tight budget you can go for the budget hotels in Bhubaneswar. The budget hotels provide all of the basic amenities at an affordable price. Complimentary breakfast, fully stocked pantry, on-demand laundry service, on-site parking facility, 24 hour security and efficient room service is provided to all the guests. Every room in the hotel has has air-conditioning, TV with DTH/cable connection, wardrobe, coffee table, sofa chair, attached bathroom and free WiFi. Most of the hotels do not have any extra chargeable amenities. Budget hotels are ideal for solo travellers, business persons and families. Bhubaneswar is one of the most visited travel destinations in Eastern India. Some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions in the city include Parasurameswara Temple, Mukteshwar Temple, Lingaraja Temple, Udayagiri and Khandgiri Caves, Dhauli Hill, Brahmeshwara Temple, Nandankanan Zoological Park and Odisha State Museum. One must try the popular Oriya cuisine when in Bhubaneswar.
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