Bodhgaya (20 KM from Gaya)
Bodhgaya is the “Place of Englightenment of Lord Buddha.” Tourist Attractions in Bodhgaya are Maha Bodhi Tree , Maha Bodhi Temple , Shaivite Monastery , Bodhgaya Museum and Jagannath Temple .
Patna (150 KM from Gaya)
Patna is the capital city of Bihar. Places to visit in Patna are Patna Sahib Gurudwara , Kumhrahar , Gol Ghar and Khuda Baksh Library .
Rajgir (80 KM from Gaya)
Rajgir is located in the Nalanda district of Bihar, India. It is located 74 kilometers from Bodhgaya, and 100 kilometers from Patna. Places to visit in Rajgir are Griddhakuta (Vulture’s Peak) , Bimbisar jail , Venuvana Kalandakanivapa , Cyclopean Wall , Rajgir Dance Festival , Pippala Cave and Vishwa Shanti Stupa .
Nalanda (120 KM from Gaya)
Nalanda is famous for its ancient Nalanda University. Now it is Nalanda University Archaeological Complex. Other places to visit in Nalanda are Xuan Zang Memorial Hall.
Varanasi (300 KM from Gaya)
Varanasi also famous as “Older than Oldest City of World”, “City of Lord Shiva”, “Oldest Living City of World” is known for rich cultural heritage unlikely to be found anywhere else. Some of the things you must explore here are Ghats , Temples , Silk Weaving Villages , Ashram & Math , Cremation Grounds and narrow lanes. You can enjoy World famous Ganga Aarti at Dashashwamedh Ghat and Boat Ride in Ganges .
Allahabad (450 from Gaya)
Also called Prayagraj and Kumbh City is famous for Triveni Sangam of Ganga , Yamuna and Mythical Saraswati Rivers. Kumbh Mela held in Allahabd is among Intangible UNESCO World Heritage of Humanity.