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Set on the fringe of Uttarakhand state in northern India, the city of Pithoragarh is a popular destination for tourists. Pithoragarh lies close to the borders of three countries, Nepal, China and Tibet. While travelling to this pictorial destination, tourists are tempted to halt from time to time to enjoy sightseeing. During a Pithoragarh tour, travellers come across numerous magnificent shrines and beautiful sightseeing spots.
The most famous among tourist places in Pithoragarh is 'Bhatkot', a spot from where visitors can catch panoramic glimpses of sunrise and sunset. Travellers with a religious bent of mind can also visit the Hilltop Buddha Monastery that is located close to the city's sports arena.
Visitors cannot afford to miss out on the numerous attractions located around Pithoragarh. Among these, the Chandhag Hilltop is the most popular. This amazing place offers a beautiful panoramic view of the city from a high altitude. The destination also abounds in several local temples which look marvellous especially when viewed from a height. The shrines include the Thalkedar and Dekatya temples which both lie on a small hill and offer amazing scenic view from the top. Furthermore, the hilltops located in the area are good trekking sites for adventuresome tourists.
Travellers having archaeological interests can visit a neighbouring place called 'Askot'. It is an ancient place comprising splendid forts built by Chand Rajas (kings). Besides sightseeing in the wonderful locales, tourists can indulge in shopping on a trip to Pithoragarh. Popular local items such as rajma of munshyari, kinnnu and kiwi fruits, handicraft items and woollen carpets are things one can take home from here.