Bhubaneshwar, India travel tips

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The Biju Patnaik Airport serves the city with domestic flights. International passengers need to find a connection.

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Take a train for longer trips and use buses for local, short-range transport.

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If you rent a car, be prepared for the local driving style.

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English is your best choice for communication.

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The most popular sports are soccer, golf and tennis. Get a ticket to the Kallinga Stadium!

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As its name says, the Crown is the best of hotels available in Bhubaneswar.

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If you want a hotel with a bar to relax at after a long day, stay at Hotel Pushpak.

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Looking for a place with a simple room? Ginger Hotel is the best value for money.

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Feel free to smile when smiled upon.

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The largest festival is Ashokashtami with religious processions in March or April.

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Spend some time at the Bindu Sarovara lake and enjoy the beauty of the land.

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Want to know more about ancient Indian history? Go and see the ruins of Sisupalgarh city.

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The Old Town is famous for its 400 temples. Some of them are more than 800 years old.

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The dominant religion is Hindu with a Muslim community also present.

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Do you want to have a great party with some Bollywood music? The Cellar is the place to go.

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Are you looking for a place to chill out with a drink? Head for Desire bar.

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Looking for a delicious meal? Head for Nakli Dhaba Restaurant and enjoy the spicy specialties of India.

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The Garam Masala Multi-Cuisine AC Family Restaurant offers the best of the local specialties. Take your family here.

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For a reasonably priced vegetarian meal, visit the Hare Krishna restaurant.

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Tourist information is located around sights and museums.

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