Metro cities these days have been very supportive in improving street art and fun graffiti walls across India. New Delhi streets already known for their colorful scenes, have definitely made efforts encouraging street art!
HolidayIQ Traveller Lucky Keswani, “New Delhi is the best city to live in. The cultural heritage, food, metro station and weather is awesome. The metro is the life line of Delhi and is the world class state of art.”
The beautiful streets of Bandra is known for its street art and amazing art culture which only seem to be growing and being improvised on. It’s one sight not to be missed.
HolidayIQ Traveller Jay Chakravarthy says, “This place has been the focus of Indian movies for shooting romantic sequences. The Bandra Bandstand is a sea face with breathtaking views, which, one would really like to explore with loved ones. If you are in Mumbai and you have not visited this place than you must check this place out.”
With colourful and creative art vibes and culture, that Fort Kochi is already known to be hosting, one will fall in love with colors all over again. A street photographer’s delight is what Fort Kochi’s streets are.
HolidayIQ Traveller Urvashi R shares, “Fort Kochi is a great place to just walk about and discover the old monuments and other places of interest, like the Chinese Fishing Nets, late in the evenings are a sight not to miss.” HolidayIQ Traveller Viral shares, “Very cool place and enjoyable for day picnic. Also best for photography.
Quiet streets, bright colored buildings cannot be more complimented with these amazing street art and graffiti walls that the city happily wakes up to at Pondicherry.
HolidayIQ Traveller Guruprasad shares, “The awesome french colony roads have amazing graffiti on walls near by. Too good for pictures”
Apart from the party spots and cheerful crowds, the streets of Gokarna happens to get its crazy ‘happening’ vibes from these amazing graffiti trends. A street art lover would only get inspired and nothing less.
HolidayIQ Traveller Durlabh shares, “This place itself is an artistic wonder, beautifully crafted, a blend of nature and art. So if you are seeking to runaway to solitude, hide in the night as one, feel the sea humming in your ear, this would be a good option.”
The colourful city of Kolkata has its way of attracting artists and art lovers. Apart from the beautiful architecture in the city, street art is one thing that keeps the city vibes alive!
HolidayIQ Traveller Priyam Goyal, “Kolkata is a very colorful city with a unique blend of new and old worlds. Multi level flyovers, super fast metros and modern art, theme parks do not over shadow the old bridges, world architecture and memorials. Kolkata is simply a must visit for city lovers. It is extremely popular for its street food culture.”
Goa has always been known to be a hub of trending art culture. The beautiful streets of Panjim make sure they grab the attention on a passer by with their beautiful graffiti walls and messages.
Rutavi Mehta shares, “Goa is place for Graffiti and art as well. Go to Kala Academy and see the various exhibitions they have. One can purchase good cashew nuts at local markets in Panjim, do some candid photography of the local market.”
This metro city that’s always alive and on an upbeat tone doesn’t fail to show-off its wonderful and quickly growing art culture. The street art and graffiti trends, spreading around the city is such a delight.
HolidayIQ Traveller Abhinav Adarsh shares, “Awesome place for shopping. I loved this place very much and roamed everywhere. Beautiful colorful streets, people are very friendly.”
The city of Chennai after a massive clean up of over crowded poster walls was delighted to wake up to some amazing street art at major spots in the city. Graffiti with sensible messages along the city has been encouraging a massive change in the minds of the people in the city.
HolidayIQ Traveller Yeshu Mishra shares, “Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is one of the business hubs. Has great places of historic interest and it is also the hub of the tamil film industry. A place which reflects the grandeur of art, culture and music of south india.”
The cultural and art culture of Kerala cannot be projected any more efficiently than the city of Thrissur does. The street art trends here, have been perfectly planned and artistically handled.
HolidayIQ Traveller Sachin Sadanandan shares, “Thrissur, the cultural capital of the state, is well known for its rich cultural history. The ‘Thrissur Pooram’ festival is a popular tourist attraction in south India.”
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