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Patna - A City With Rich History Of India- One Of The Tourist Attractions


Patna, a city with a long past in India, was established in the fifth century BC under the name Patiliputra. This modern city is more than just a metropolis because it is adorned by the magnificent ruins. The city offers a myriad of reasons to come and explore each and every nook and cranny with its monasteries, temples, and museums. The recent wave of industrialization and development has left the city with a stunning fusion of its former grandeur and the present.

Best time to visit: Oct-To-Mar
Things to do: Watch Laser Show at Mangal Talab, Enjoy a Boat Ride, Shop At The Local Markets, Get To Know The History


  • Flight - Major domestic and foreign companies offer flights to and from Patna. All major Indian cities, including Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Goa, and Mumbai, are regularly linked by air to Patna. From this airport, a variety of domestic and foreign flights are available. Jet Lite, Jet Konnect, and Jet Airways are the carriers that fly the most frequently.
  • Rail - A number of important trains, including the Rajdhani, Brahmaputra, Magadh, and Northeast Express, link Patna to important cities like Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkatta, Varanasi, Amritsar, Mumbai, Siliguri, Guwahati, and others because it is located on the Eastern Railway network. There are several railway stations in various parts of Patna that serve the city. As the main train hub for the city and one of the busiest in all of India, Patna Junction is also one of the busiest. On the Howrah- Delhi Main Line, one of India's busiest train routes, Patna is located halfway between New Delhi and Kolkata. Most of India's major cities are easily accessible from Patna Junction. Rajendra Nagar Terminal, Patliputra Junction, Danapur (near the western outskirts), and Patna Sahib (in Patna City) are the other four significant railway stops in the city.
  • Road - With the help of bus services operated by the Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation in partnership with local private businesses like Vaishali Travels, Patna is well linked to its neighboring cities and states. Numerous significant state and national highways, such as National Highways 19, and 83, provide access to the metropolis. The Mahatma Gandhi Setu links Patna and Hajipur across the Ganga and is Asia's longest river bridge.


  • Local Bus - For area tourism, the Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation offers tourist coaches. On specific routes, the company also runs some buses on a regular basis. Its own convoy of several vehicles is present. Mini-bus services have begun on some roads in conjunction with some private businesses and the state administration.
  • Auto - The primary method of transportation in the city is the three-wheeler (auto-rickshaw), also referred to as a "Tempo" by the locals. There are tourist buses and cabs that can take you the 7 km from the airport to the city. Due to Patna's dense population and congested roadways, tempos are the most effective mode of transportation.
  • Rental - In Patna, there are a lot of renting companies. Amba Travels, EazeeCab, Savaari, Clear Car hiring, Patna Taxi, and other car hiring businesses are examples.
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