Famous For: Rock-cut cave network, unique paintings and sculptures, Temples and Prayer halls
Entrance Fee: The entry fees are quite nominal for the visitors. They are as follows: Indian citizens – Rs. 10, Foreign Citizens – Rs. 250, Children below the age of 15 years – Free of cost, Still camera/ Video camera – Rs. 25
Visiting Time: The Ellora caves are open throughout the year even on national holidays. In the week, they are closed on Tuesdays. On other days, they are open between 0600 – 1800 hours.
Visiting Duration: Ellora caves are one of the largest cave networks. To completely enjoy them it takes about 2-3 hours usually. The visitors are advised to plan their day accordingly to completely utilize their time of stay.
Famous for: Sightseeing, Photography, Historic Significance, Prison for Mahatma Gandhi, Italian Style of architecture, Sprawling Gardens, Experience Seeking and Wandering, Educative Tours, School excursions, Connoisseurs.
Entrance Fee: The cost of getting inside this beautiful palace is a meager amount of Rs 15 for Indian adults and Rs 5 for children. Foreigners pay Rs 200 to get in.
Visiting Time: From 9AM to 5:30PM, this palace is pretty much open throughout the day inviting the wanderers whenever they feel like getting a breath of fresh yet archaic air and a beautiful view.
Visiting Duration: Between 2 to 3 hours is the average time of duration that you might spent here. But it totally depends upon personal interest and taste.
Famous For: Tombs of Muslim saints, Tomb of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, Khuldabad Urs – Festival
Entrance Fee: Khuldabad is a historical city. It does not have any entrance fee for entering the city. Most of the attractions in the city don’t charge any entry fees or are very nominal.
Visiting Time: The city does not have any timing limits placed on it. The carious places of interest are open between 0900 – 1800 hours.
Visiting Duration: There are many places of interest in Khuldabad. People usually take about 1 day to visit the tombs of major saints and tour the rest of the city. And if you visit the city during its annual festival time, you can add another day to your itinerary!
Famous For: Rich history, Artistic architecture, Ghostly mystery
Entrance Fee: There is a nominal visiting charge for the visitors which is as follows; Indian citizen – Rs. 5, foreign citizen – Rs. 125. There is a light and sound show which is organized for the public’s enjoyment. It charges Rs. 25 per person.
Visiting Time: The Shaniwar Wada fort is open on all days. The timings to visit the place is limited to 0800 – 1830 hours.
Visiting Duration: The fort is not a very huge place. Also, a large part of it is in ruins because of a terrible fire. Hence you need only about 1-2 hours to fully tour this fort.
Famous For: Brilliant lake-view, Bird watching, boating
Entrance Fee: There are no entrance fees for entering Salim Ali Lake and the bird sanctuary. It is a public place and can be visited by everyone.
Visiting Time: The Salim Ali Lake and Bird Sanctuary is open on all days of the week. You can visit this wonderful location from 0800 – 1700 hours.
Visiting Duration: It is a scenic lake and is a sight to cherish. It takes about 1-2 hours to visit the lake and the bird sanctuary. It could take some more time if you decide to go for boating or bird-watching.
Famous For: Astounding walk way, Beautiful viewpoints, Brilliant construction
Entrance Fee: There is no entrance fee for visiting this location. It is built for the pleasure of the general public, without levying any extra charges.
Visiting Time: Marine Drive is an open location. You can visit it any time, though it is suggested to not spend late nights at this place. There is no fixed visiting time for visiting it.
Visiting Duration: If you are one of those people who love the lapping sea waves and the cool sea mist, then you will find it very hard to leave the place. Visiting duration doesn’t matter because depending on your taste you could spend hours here or just give it a glance and move on.