01 Sep India’s Must-Visit Urban Parks!
Green spaces established within cities are referred to as urban parks. These parks are ideal for families and children, with picnic areas, children’s playgrounds, and gardens full of gorgeous plants and flowers. Cubbon Park in Bengaluru, Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur, and Company Garden in Prayagraj, among others, are some of India’s most well-known urban parks.
Chanakyapuri, Delhi’s Nehru Park
Nehru Park in Delhi is the city’s largest urban park, covering 80 acres. The famous landmark park was named after India’s first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, and opened in 1969.
Jamshedpur’s Jubilee Park
It is one of India’s largest urban parks. This park, which is modelled after Mysore’s famous Vrindavan Gardens, is a prominent tourist destination in Jamshedpur.
Prayagraj’s Company Garden
There are several names for this park. Some refer to it as Alfred Park, while others refer to it as Company Garden, while yet others refer to it as Chandra Shekhar Azad Bagh. It is the city’s largest and most important park, with various major heritage and recreational sites, including the Azad Memorial.
Kolkata’s Maidan is a popular tourist destination and the city’s largest urban park. The open plaza in front of the Victoria Memorial has some intriguing statuary. Every year, thousands of people visit Maidan, which is a major historical and cultural hub in the city.
Bengaluru’s Cubbon Park
Cubbon Park is officially known as Sri Chamarajendra Park. The park, which was established in 1870, is a popular tourist destination in Bengaluru. The park covers 300 acres and is home to a diverse range of vegetation and fauna. It’s a popular hangout for the city’s health-conscious residents.