Trip to Shimla

By | May 18, 2012

 

Shimla town was the holiday capital in summers for Britishers when ruling India. It was the hot favourite resort in hills for British peoples. Over the time tourists has been increasing continuously to get charmed by this beautiful hill station. You can get here easily by road, rail and air via Chandigarh and Delhi. Kalka to Shimla is connected by narrow gauge railway track which is the longest in the country. The scent of pine and Deodar trees on the way is enough to make your trip memorable. In summer the temperature here is highly enjoyable and that’s why this place is called “summer capital of India”. In winters, temperature goes down below freezing point and sometimes beyond extreme conditions. This year heavy Snowfall in Shimla causes extreme loss to property and human lives but then also it is a hot destination to visit.

Now days, you can book online packages to travel here. These include everything and anything from boarding & lodging to travel means and local excursions. This way you can travel tension free from all hassles of bookings at the spot. Your trip can even be customized according to your need at some extra cost. Online travel industry is growing by 100% every year due to this. It gives you an extra bit of security as well because you can even attach travel insurance with it.

Different picturesque locations of Shimla town make this landscape extremely adorable and hot favourite among movie producers. Many Indians and international films have been shot here time to time. It’s dense forest, snow-capped hill peaks, green meadows will make you fall in love with Shimla. Local people are also very friendly with tourists and it makes it even more interesting when you want to know about local culture. Old heritage building like “Gaiety Theatre” is one of the best pieces of architecture in India. Tourists visiting here by their own car may face some parking issues as there are many less parking spots available in high season.

Like entire Himachal Pradesh, Shimla too have religious values. There are many famous temples like “Jakhu Temple“, “Sankat Mochan” and “Kalba Devi”. You can also visit an old Christ Church at the heart of Mall Road Shimla on the ridge. It is famous for its stained glass work. Shimla is also known as a hub of winter adventure sports. You can do skiing, biking, horse riding, snowboarding, paragliding, camping, trekking, river crossing, white water river rafting, hot air ballooning etc. at Kufri and Narkanda. Every year cross-country winter games are organized here by government.

Delhi to Shimla distance is merely 365 km by road. Whenever you make a Trip to Shimla, do visit once to delhitoshimla.net for latest discount offers, information and deals in the travel market online.

 

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