Aurangabad is sprinkled with an abundance of ancient and a historic monument that makes it revered destination among tourists. This quaint city has a bucolic charm of the past and still holds to its lineage. A visit to this historic city will get you acquainted with the major tourist attractions and will offer a lively glimpse of its golden past. The innumerable option for the tourists to explore and fascinating ambiance makes it one of the popular tourist places in the entire of Maharashtra.
An epitome of ancient architecture, it is a popular tourist attraction in Aurangabad. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a group of 30 Buddhist caves that are carved out of rocks. Engraved with murals and paintings that divulge many unknown facts about a bygone era.
Bibi Ka Maqbara
A clone of Taj Mahal, though not as huge as the original one, it is ornamented with intricate designs and carvings. Built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb son Azam Shah in the memory of his loving mother this ancient monument truly deserves a visit.
A must visit tourist spot the invincible fort stands strong on a hill, which is 200m above the sea level. Enclosed in a thick layer of defensive walls, the fort has survived many wars. The fort houses various other structures Chand Minar, Chini Mahal, and Baradari.
An architectural marvel the series of caves showcase the brilliance of the prehistoric times of the Indian culture. Inspired by the Buddhist and Jain architecture, the caves are festooned with detailed and intricate carvings.
A pious temple is an important pilgrimage center for the Hindus. Constructed in pre-historical style the walls of the temple are engraved with the carvings of several Hindu Gods and Goddesses.