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Shimla : The city of Mountain ranges

The ever-charming Queen of Hills ‘Shimla’ was once the summer capital of the British in India. This beautiful hill station is surrounded by picturesque green valleys, snow-capped Himalayan mountain range, scenic hills, and spectacular structures, made during the colonial era. The city creates an aura of regal India and embraces numerous attractions in its vicinity that looks absolutely stunning in winter.

Shimla is the present capital of Himachal Pradesh, which is situated in the northwestern part of the Himalayan Mountain Range and is surrounded by pine, deodar, oak, and rhododendron forests. It has grand old buildings, stately Viceregal Lodges, charming iron lamp posts, regal bakeries and coffee houses that make Shimla one of the top tourist destinations in India. This picturesque city is very much different from other hill stations as it has the most happening Mall road, which comprises a number of restaurants, clubs, bars, shops, bakeries, etc. The city also plays host to the historic toy train that links Kalka with Shimla through 105 tunnels and many beautiful rail & road stations.

Shimla is also close to other nearby tourist destinations such as Naldehra, Chail, Kufri and Summer Hill. Some of the popular tourist attractions in Shimla are Christ Church, Sankat Mochan, Jakhoo temple, The Ridge of Shimla, The Mall Road, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, and Himachal State Museum. Everything in this beautiful town has a unique charm and appeal that never fails to impress even the most demanding tourists visiting Shimla.

Right from regal buildings to eateries to shopping centers to hotels to scenic locations and snowy hills, everything about holidaying in Shimla is unique and astonishing. So, plan your trip to Shimla and experience an exhilarating journey all by yourself.

Best attractions and tourist places to visit in Shimla:There are many attractions and tourist places to visit nearby Shimla that provides stunning views of the majestic mountains and hills covered with snow and Deodar plantation. Kamna Devi Temple, Tattapani, Naldhera, Hatkoti, Kharapathar, Sankat Mochan, Kali Bari Temple, etc. are some places that one must visit during his or her stay in the ever-charming Shimla.

Courtesy by: tourmyindia.com

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