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Bhopal due to its strategic location in the heart of central India experiences typical tropical climate which gets too hot and dusty in the summer season. The summer months from April to June are hot and dry with temperatures reaching 47 degrees Celsius. The winter season ranges from October to February bringing damp cold conditions accompanied by mist and smog. The monsoon rains descend in Bhopal from July to September brining is much relief from the hot summer season with the average rainfall recorded at 1200mm. The best time to visit Bhopal is between October and March when the city is free from its hot dry climate making it a perfect climate to enjoy the tourist escapades of the cultural rich city of Madhya Pradesh. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Bhopal being the capital of Madhya Pradesh is well connected from all major cities from North to South. All cities in the state also connect to Bhopal with overnight deluxe buses from Delhi, Gwalior and Jabalpur. Regular bus and cab services run freely connecting Bhopal to  Sanchi (46 km), Vidisha, Indore (186 km), Ujjain (188 km).

By Air:

Bhopal is easily accessible by air and has an international airport known as the Raja Bhoj Airport. Located at a distance of 15 Kms from the city center, the airport connects Bhopal with all big cities of India with regular flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Lucknow. International flights from Dubai and Sharjah connect Bhopal with international routes at a regular basis. The airport has regular bus and cabs services to reach the city.

By Rail:

Bhopal is one of the two major Delhi-Mumbai railway lines and is the main railway junction of the West Central Railways. Bhopal Railway Station located near Hamidia Road is right in the heart of the city connecting Bhopal to all major cities and towns like New Delhi, Indore and Mumbai. A regular Shatabdhi express connects Bhopal with New Delhi offering easy transit for tourists from North India. The Bhopal railway station has regular taxi and bus services available for tourists.


Bhopal also known as the City of Lakes is the second biggest city and capital of Madhya Pradesh. Located on a slope in the Malwa Plateau, Bhopal is a culturally rich city with woody forests, royal hilly landscapes and vibrant ancient architecture. Due to its strategic location in the heart of India, Bhopal showcases a perfect blend of Hindu and Mughal cultures with a perfect symphony of North Indian and South Indian traditions. Built by Raja Bhoja in the 11th century, the ancient city of Bhopal offers a blend of traditional heritage and modern India.


The magnificent old bazaars of Bhopal offer storehouses of conventional handicrafts while the breathtaking landscapes and modern day shopping centers offer tourists a wonderful insight into both the modern and the contemporary richness of the city. The city has a number of budget as well as luxury accommodation options for the tourists and is well accessible by road, land and air.


Testimony to the cultural richness of Bhopal is the fact that the city is a strong literature and theatre hub. The people of Bhopal are warm and friendly and Hindi is the most popular language in the city. Bhopal is also a hub of the folk and tribal arts.


No trip to Bhopal is complete without experiencing the mouth watering central Indian delicacies like biryani, kababs and chaats. The sweet of Jalebi is a popular gourmet delight in Bhopal. Shopping enthusiasts can gorge on the wonderful silver jewelry and beaded ornaments and upholstery which is a trademark of traditional Bhopali culture.