One of the most popular places of religious importance in India - Gaya attracts thousands of visitors from all corners of the country and world every year. Dotted with hills from all sides, Gaya - the second largest city of Bihar – boasts of attractions that are truly captivating. A significant land for Hindus, Buddhists and Jains, the city is sprinkled with countless numbers of temples and ghats. The presence of the Falgu River adds to the sanctity of the place. During the monsoon season, especially September-October, hundreds of people visit the city to take a dip in this holy river and offer prayers for the departed family members. Located on the banks of the Falgu River, the Vishnupad Temple is one of the major attractions of Gaya. Known to have been built on the site where footprints of Lord Vishnu were found, this temple features a 40 cm long foot print of the God incised on a rock, which is enclosed by a silver-plated basin. Other places that tourists can visit in Gaya are the Surya Kund, Mahabodhi Temple, Barabar Caves, Pretshila Hill and Akshayabat. From atop the Pretshila Hills tourists can behold unobtrusive and breathtaking views of the surroundings. From MakeMyTrip, tourists can avail one of many exciting travel packages to travel around this holy city without any discomfort.