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Delhi to Shimla Cab (INDIA)


Shimla, Himachal Pradesh (Shimla Tour)

Known For: The Ridge  Kufri  Tattapani
Best Time to Visit Shimla: October to June (360 kms from Delhi to Shimla Cab)

Situated at a height of 2200m, Shimla is that the capital and therefore the largest city of Himachal Pradesh in India. Set amidst beautiful hills and mystical woods, Shimla has been a really popular hill-station among Indian families and honeymooners since the last 50 years.
British loved this city such a lot that they made Shimla their summer capital in 1864 and wont to rule the sub-continent from here whenever the temperature rose within the nearby plains. Shimla still retains its old-world charm with beautiful colonial architecture, pedestrian-friendly Mall Road and delightful churches.
The weather is pleasant for many of the months with tourists flocking especially during the summer months. The winters are cold with some days of snow from mid-December till February end. Tourists flock to the centrally located Mall Road and therefore the Ridge, walking the only area which is lined up with multiple shops, cafes and restaurants.
Shimla has been the host to a number of the foremost important meetings within Indian history, including the Simla Conference of 1945 and therefore the Simla Agreement of 1972 between India and Pakistan. The Old Viceroy Hall now houses the Indian Institute of Advanced Study and may be a popular tourist attraction.
Shimla is usually covered with nearby towns of Kufri, a hill-station nearly always covered by snow and Chail, famous for an enormous palace and therefore the highest cricket the ground within the world. Tourists also visit the famous Jakhu Temple and have interaction in sightseeing at various viewpoints during their trip to Shimla.
Shimla is well connected with many cities and is simply 4 hours from the nearby city of Chandigarh. the town has an airport also, however, there aren't many daily flights from here. The railroad station connects Shimla with the plans and is legendary for the Kalka-Shimla train route, a UNESCO listed World Heritage site.