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Shimla (Simla) the capital of Himachal Pradesh located in northern India. The "Queens of Hills" Shimla is located at an elevation of 2200 mtrs from sea level. Shimla's weather, pictures views and architectures attracts lots of tourist in summers and as well as in winters during the heavy snow time.
How to Reach Shimla
By Road - Shimla is well connected with other places in the state as well as other major towns and cities in North India.By road Shimla is 370 kilometers from Delhi, 115 kilometers from Chandigarh, 88 kilometers from Kalka, 235 kilometers from Dharamshala and 240 kilometers from Manali.
By Train - Shimla is also well connected to rail route by Narrow Gauge line to Kalka and Kalka is very well connected to all the major parts of the country including Mumbai, Calcutta, and Delhi etc.
By Air - The Airport of Shimla with a small runway is about 23 kms, from the city center. There is only one flight a day available to Shimla and the same return back to Delhi. Flights are very unreliable and depend on the wheatear conditions in the mountains specially Shimla.
Manali is a hill station situated on the Beas River at an altitude of 2,050 mtrs and 45 KM from Kullu Valley. Kullu Manikaran, Rohtang pass and scope of adventure activities like paragliding, white water rafting, trekking, skiing and apple tree orchards are the major attractions at Kullu Manali.
How to Reach Kullu Manali
By Road - Kullu - Manali is connected to all parts of the state and the country. Manali is well connected by road to Delhi through NH-1 and NH-21, which goes on to Leh over the world's Highest Motorable Road over the 05 High Mountain Passes. The Manali - Leh road remains open from June to early October. By road Manali is 546 kilometers from Delhi, 290 kilometers from Chandigarh, 256 kilometers from Shimla, 215 kilometers from Dharamshala, 399 kilometers from Amritsar and 454 kilometers from Leh- Ladakh.
By Train - There are no direct trains to Manali and the nearest Railway Station to Manali is Chandigarh 290 kilometers, Pathankot 294 kilometers and Kalka 280 kilometers which is well connected to all the major parts of the country by different trains.
By Air - The nearest airport for Manali is Bhuntar (50 kilometers from Manali and 11 kilometers from Kullu).
Dharamshala is situated in the Kangra Valley on the spur of Dhauladhar Range at an elevation of 1457 mtrs. One of the Twelve Jyotirlingas (Baijnath Jyotirling) is situated at Baijnath 52 kilometers from Dharamshala and Brijeshwari Ji, Chamunda Ji, Jwala Ji and Bagla Mukhi Ji Sakti Peeths are also located in Kangra Valley.
How to Reach Dharamshala Mcleodganj
By Road - Dharamshala is well connected to all parts of the country. By road Dharamshala is 520 kilometers from Delhi, 240 kilometers from Amritsar, and 250 kilometers from Chandigarh, 223 kilometers from Manali and 235 kilometers from Shimla.
By Train - The nearest Railway Stations for Dharamshala is Kangra Railway Station (15 kilometers) and Pathankot Railway Station is (88 kilometers).
By Air - Dharamshala can be reached by Airways from New Delhi and the nearest airport is at Gaggal Airport 13 kilometers away. There is one flight a day to Dharamshala but this depends on the weather conditions during the monsoon period.
Hill Station Dalhousie and Khajjiar (Mini Switzerland) is nestled between Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal Mountain ranges at an elevation of 2700 mtrs. Basically this hill station is located on the five hills named as Terah, Kathalagh, Bakrota, Potreyn and Bhangora Hills. Dalhousie and Khajjiar (Mini Switzerland) remains well approachable during the year in summers and as well as during the snow time in winters.
How to Reach Dalhousie Khajjiar
By Road - Dalhousie is 485 kilometers by Road from Delhi and 52 kilometers from Chamba and Chamba is connected by Road and is 580 kilometers from Delhi. It is 24 kilometers from Khajjiar; Dalhousie via Khajjiar is 56 kilometers. Khajjiar (Mini Switzerland) is connected by Road and is 23 kilometers from Dalhousie and 26 kilometers from Chamba. It is 520 kilometers from Delhi.
By Train - The nearest Railway Station is Pathankot and it is 103 kilometers from Chamba, 95 kilometers from Khajjiar and 94 kilometers from Dalhousie.
By Air - The nearest Airport is Gaggal Airport at Kangra valley at the distance of 124 kilometers from Chamba, 115 kilometers from Dalhousie and 117 kilometers from Khajjiar.
Chandigarh is a union territory situated is north India; it also serves as the capital of Indian states of Haryana and Punjab. The city is named after Chandi Mandir, a temple dedicated to Hindu Goddess. Chandi Temple is located in Punchkula Distt at a distance of 18 kms from main Chandigarh city.
How to Reach Chandigarh
By Road - There is an excellent road network in Chandigarh. There are two National Highways, namely, NH-22 (Chandigarh - Leh) and NH-21 (Ambala - Kinnaur) that serves this union territory by connecting it with other parts of the country. Chandigarh is 119 kilometers from Shimla, 192 kilometers from Mussoorie, 205 kilometers from Haridwar, 248 kilometers from Delhi, 263 kilometers from Kullu, 275 kilometers from Dharamshala - Mcleodganj, 295 kilometers from Manali, 28 kilometers from Kalka, 60 kilometers from Kasauli, 334 kilometers from Chamba and 387 kilometers from Kinnaur.
By Train - Chandigarh Railway Station is approx 8 kilometers from the city centre. The railway station has regular trains connecting it with different cities in India. Chennai Express, Paschim Express, Kerala Sampark Kranti and Sadbhavna Express are other important trains plying at the route connecting Chandigarh with other cities too.
By Air - To reach Chandigarh is not a tough task as Chandigarh Airport is located approx 12 kilometers from the main city. Chandigarh International Airport (IXC) is a Customs Airport in Chandigarh and has various commercial flights from Airlines.
Pathankot is a Distt and a cantonment area in the State of Punjab. It is also serves as a gateway to Kangra Valley, Dharamshala, Mcleodganj, Dalhousie, Chamba and Manali in Himachal Pradesh. Pathankot is among one of the major Railway Junction in India and it also serves as a centre point and travel hub to Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
How to Reach Pathankot
By Road - Pathankot is linked through Punjab State Road Transport Corporation (PSRTC) and some Private Travel Services. Pathankot is 481 kilometers from Delhi, 237 kilometers from Chandigarh, 110 kilometers from Amritsar, 112 kilometers from Jammu, 176 kilometers from Patnitop, 90 kilometers from Chintpurni and 296 kilometers from Shimla.
By Train - Pathankot is a major Railway Station in the Northern region in India. It is well connected by Indian Railways with Cities like: - Delhi, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Jammu and Jalandhar through Tata JAT Express, BTI JAT Express, Jammu Mail, JAT ADI Express, ADI JAT Express and Dhauladhar Express etc.
By Air - Pathankot Airport is also known as a Military Airport and 5 kilometers from Pathankot main City. Pathankot Airport is well connected to the other major airports of the Country.
Ambala is a distt in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the state of Punjab and serving as the administrative headquarters of the district. It borders distt Yamuna Nagar to the east, distt Sirmaur and distt Panchkulla to the north, distt Mohali and distt Patiala to the west, and the distt of Kurukshetra to the south.
How to Reach Ambala
By Road - The Haryana state transport buses (HRTC) as well as the private buses operate from Delhi to Ambala on a daily basis. The Ambala Cantonment bus stand is quite close to the Railway Station. Ambala is 210 kilometers from Delhi, 45 kilometers from Chandigarh, 248 kilometers from Amritsar, 151 kilometers from Shimla, 342 kilometers from Manali and 61 kilometers from Kalka.
By Train - The Ambala city itself has the oldest Railway Stations (Ambala Cant. Junction (UMB) and Ambala City (UBC)) of the Country and it is well Connected to All major Cites and Approx 250 Trains run from here on regular basis. It is also the divisional headquarters of the Northern Railway Zone.
By Air International Airports near Ambala, India :-
45 kilometers from Chandigarh International Airport, Chandigarh (IXC), 230 kilometers from Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi (DEL) and 241 kilometers from Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar (ATQ). Airports near Ambala, India
109 kilometers from Sahnewal Airport, Ludhiana, India (LUH), 190 kilometers from Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun, Uttarakhand (DED), 278 kilometers from Gaggal Airport, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh (DHM), 285 kilometers from Bhuntar Airport, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh (KUU). 151 kilometers from Jabarhatti Airport, Shimla HP (SLV) and 282 kilometers from Pathankot Airport, Pathankot, India (IXP)
Amritsar is also called Ambarsar. Amritsar is home to the Golden Temple is one of the most ancient cities of India. The city located in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab and not far from the border area. The most famous visited places at Amritsar are Golden Temple, Wagha Border, Durgiana Temple and many more places.
How to Reach Amritsar
By Road - Amritsar is well connected to all the major Cites by Road. Amritsar is 464 kilometers from Delhi (GT Road), 178 kilometers from Dalhousie, 187 kilometers from Dharamsala, and 199 kilometers from Jammu, 316 kilometers from Shimla, 212 kilometers from Chamba, 257 kilometers from Katra (Vaishno Devi), 399 kilometers from Manali, 302 kilometers from Shimla and 249 kilometers from Ambala.
By Train - Amritsar Railway Station is well connected to all the major places of Punjab and as well as other cities of all over India; it also has a connecting railway line to Pakistan. From here number of trains run on a regular basis to all major cites of the country every day.
By Air - Amritsar is connected through Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport named after Guru Ram Das; The fourth Sikh Guru and the founder of Amritsar city. There are daily flights to and from Delhi, Srinagar, Jammu, Chandigarh, London, Dubai, Toronto and Tashkent, among other cities.