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Located on the south-east coast of India, Chennai (formerly Madras) is considered to be the Metropolitan Capital of Tamil Nadu. From vivacious food culture to the serenity of nature, Chennai offers its travelers the best of both the sea and the land. More of a conglomerate made with 400 sq.km of urban villages and diverse neighborhoods, Chennai will pleasantly surprise you!

Chennai spills out as a HubSpot for every distinctive type of person. From travelers to foodies, from foodies to shopaholics it has everything for everyone. Gifted with amazing beaches such as Marina Beach & Breezy Beach, heritage temples such as Kapalishwarar Temple and churches such as San Thome Cathedral it surely is a spot for travelers who wish to capture the memories in their little black box.

And how can one miss the traditional and authentic South-Indian cuisine & Filter Coffee experience? Ranked as the second-best food in the world by National Geographic, Chennai fosters a dynamic food culture which has countless options such as Idli, Dosa, Appam, Vada, Upma, Sambhar, Parotha, Chettinad Chicken, Pepper Chicken, Chicken Stew, Sweet Pongal, Kesari, Payasam and much more. The city bustles with a vibrant street food culture as well as fine dining experiences which are worth trying!

Nicknamed as "The Detroit of India", Chennai is the automobile capital of India for more than one-third of the whole industry hides here. With every achievement named to it, Chennai is also famous for its rich musical culture which surely is worth to get indulged in.

Puducherry, The Europe of India, is an ideal weekend destination for the tourists as well as a place of social and cultural barter with attractive landscape and enjoyable weather. It was a French defrayal for a long time. Every year people visit Puducherry and experience an assortment of a different culture.

Puducherry is loaded with a number of imposing buildings and churches with a built-up architecture of Tamil technique. Famous Sri Aurobindo Ashram attracts devotees and seekers from India and the world for its religious principles and a synthesis of yoga with modern science. The French War Memorial reminds people of heroic soldiers who fought for their country in the First World War. The famed Matrimandir is celebrated as a marvelous architectural achievement. It was envisioned by Alfassa as "a sign of Universal Mother". Well known Sri Manakula Vinayagar Temple, Vedhapureeswarar Temple, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Andrew's Church are on the list of tourist attractions of Puducherry.

Puducherry’s way of life is miscellaneous and lively. It has a strong influence of French culture. Festivals like Mask Festival, Sri Aurobindo’s birth anniversary; Sedal, Kandoori Festival, Thiraiyattam and Bastille Day are celebrated in a grand fashion. Indian classical dance forms like Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi are performed here with great enthusiasm.

In the eateries of Puducherry, people can find traditional Tamil food, among French pastries, brioches, and baguettes. The mouth-watering dishes of Puducherry are Coconut Curry, Podanlangkai, Italian Baked Beans, Curried Vegetables, Assad, and Soya Dosa.