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Delhi Shimla Tour

Shimla, one of the best and frequently visited hill stations of India, this place was considered to be the summer capital during British rule and it enjoyed great favor of British officials as well as native people at that time. It is another place that is loved by numerous tourists for its awe inspiring beauty that is known to lie in its numerous attractions that are visited by global as well as native tourists that come to visit this place in large numbers. Distance from Delhi to Shimla by road is 360.2 km, the long meandering roads to Shimla will be worth travelling as the beauty that one will witness on the way will be truly captivating.

Places to visit during Delhi Shimla Tour:

Christ Church :

The most important landmark of Shimal ridge area, it is regarded as the second oldest Church in north India. This church is very popular for its Neo-Gothic structure and the new –Tudoe library building which is worth witnessing.

The Mall :

Bustling as it is, this place is a well known shopping and entertainment hub. The Gaiety theatre which is an old British era theatre is situated here and it is the centre of cultural activities. One can swarm the middle and lower bazaars present in the mall and can also budge in some good quality restaurants to relish good food.

Jakhu Hill :

Taking a route to a place which is almost 2 km from the ridge, one will be able to witness the beauty of Jakhu hill which is the highest point in Shimla. The presence of the legendry Hanuman temple makes this hill a lot more alluring.

Kufri :

Situated at a distance of 16 km from Shimla, Kufri is a little hamlet in the Himalayan belt. It is a very popular summer destination and a picnic spot; there is a mini Himalayan Zoological park with yak riding facility.

Chail :

It is a little village which is well known for its captivating scenic beauty which encompasses the evergreen deodar forests, this place is the best in terms of sightseeing, fishing and trekking as well. Chail also has the world's highest cricket pitch and polo ground.