Shimla, Favorite Destination Spot in India

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Shimla is the beautiful place which is located in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh which is nestled in western Himalayas. Shimla,formerly known as ‘Simla’. It is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It was declared as the ‘Summer capital’ in 1864, during British Raj.

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Shimla is the Hill station which attracts tourist from all over the world. Himachal Pradesh evergreen scenery blow you away, the sunrise peaking through the mountain range and create lively shadows of the pines and rock fissures; It has pleasant weather through out the year. Due to which it is often refer as ‘Queen of Hill Station‘.

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Shimla is near about 115 km from the Chandigarh which is the nearest major city  and 365 km from the Delhi. Shimla is covered with the high mountain, unspoilt forests,chilling springs, lakes beautiful weather. Its cool climate is the precise reason why it is such popular among the tourists. That ultimately increases need of hotels in Shimla, It is situated approximately 2200m above sea level , The region of Shimla is covered by dense forests. Due to which A few visitors choose to visit Shimla during spring or autumn, when the place is less crowded and the views are too spectacular for words.

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 Points Of Attraction

  • The Mall
  • Christ Church
  • Jakhu Hills
  • Shimla State Museum
  • Summer Hills
  • ChailTatapani

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Many people visit Shimla by train because The view is stunning, with the line passing through an amazing 103 tunnels. The nearest broad gauge head is at Kalka which is a 4- 5 hour journey from Delhi. Recently, this railway track has been granted the status of UNESCO worlds heritage site. As many people prefer this way to visit Shimla The Hotels near Shimla Railway station are in great demand. So what are you waiting for? Shimla can be the  best option for you, to get rid off this hot summer.

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