Varanasi is known as spiritual capital of India and is also called “Kashi” and “Banaras”. The beautiful city sits on the banks of River Ganga and is home to many monks and religious followers. The Banaras Ghat is a favourite attraction among the tourist and provides an opportunity to the travellers to sit by the Ganges and appreciate the beauty of it. Feel free to interact with local people to understand more about the city and its culture. Take a boat ride and see the beautiful morning and evenings in the river Ganga.
You can also keep a day to visit Sarnath, a place where Gautam Buddha first taught Dharma after his enlightenment. The place id just 12 Kms away from Banaras.

Eat litti chokha and sattu parathas at Puran Das Road, Dahi Bhalla at Deena Chat Bhandar, Lassi at Vishwanath Gali, and famous Paan (betel leaf with tobacco or lime but filled with fennel seeds (saunf), sweetened rose petals (gulkandand) and soft and chewy supari (beetle nut).

There is so much Varanasi can offer. Despite the small pathways and crowded streets, it will leave you in awe of the city with love and warmth that is offers.