Getaways towards Ambala from Delhi
|By: websitesgood | Apr 9 2012 | 359 words | 1106 hits|
Ambala is one of the popular junctions for the tourists starting from Delhi. It lies on the borders of Indian states Haryana and Punjab and easily accessible from Amristar, Chandigarh and Shimla. These are popular tourist spots in northern India for The Golden Temple, Capital city of both Punjab and Haryana and hill station respectively.
Few of the famous getaways from Delhi are Agra, Meerut, Vrindavan,Mathura, Ajmer, Jaipur, Pushkar, Chandigarh, Shimla, Ambala, Roorkee and Corbett to mention now.
Ambala is around 210 km from Delhi and it is very easy to hire a taxi from Delhi to Ambala passing through National Highway 1 via Panipat, Karnal, and reaching Ambala. Ambala is famous for the scientific equipment using in college and university labs. Almost 30% of India's total equipment comes from Ambala.
From Ambala on NH 22, covering another 50 km reaches you to Chandigarh which is around 270 km from Delhi. You can hire Delhi Chandigarh taxi directly form Delhi itself. Chandigarh is one of the Union Territory cities of India and also serves as dual capital city for both Indian States Haryana and Punjab. The name was derived from its popular Chandi Mandir devoted to Hindu Goddess Chandi. Chandigarh is famous for the city gardens around and lot of flora species available.
The other beautiful getaway from Delhi and near to Ambala is Shimla. It is one of the popular hill stations in India attracting crowds across the globe. Shimla is around 340 km from Delhi and around 140 km from Ambala. From Ambala the route goes on National Highway 22 via Panchkula to reach Shimla. Shimla is in North West Himalyan ranges and serves as capital city of Indian state Himachal Pradesh deeply surrounded by thick forests of pine and oak trees. Plan a trip by booking a taxi from Delhi to Shimla well advance for a hassle free journey.
Popular places ti visit in and near by Shimla are: The Mall - to eat, shop and gossip, Christ Church on the Ridge which is the second oldest church in North India, Jakhu Hill nearly 2 km from Shimla which has Lord Hanuman temple with countless monkeys fed by visitors and Kufri.
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