Meet The Queen Of Indian Hill Stationsby Digi Jackwin Digital Marketing
Indian Hill Stations: As the summer is at its best and your regular job starts giving you a headache then it’s the perfect time to beat your Monday blues by going out on weekends. However, the question still remains where to go? So worry no more and pack your bags to meet the queen of Indian HILL STATIONS that is *drum rolls* SHIMLA.
Shimla is one of India’s most popular hill stations. Ever since the British rule, Shimla has been a summer retreat for Indians and the tourists alike. Not only does it provide spectacular views of mountains all around, it is also a great holiday spot on account of its splendid weather and easy pace of life. It has the finest resorts in India as well as the largest natural ice skating rink in South Asia. So do remember to pack your skating shoes with you.
What better way to get away from your boring regular urban life and the crazy summer heat than to relax amidst the rolling green hills, right? While Shimla is great all throughout the year, it is special during the month of June when the summer is at the peak in our cities. Still not convinced? Here are some Shimla photos in June that will surely tempt you to take time from your tight schedule and take a little trip to this wonderful mountain queen.
PLACES OF INTEREST in Shimla – Queen of Indian Hill Stations
1. The Mall: The Mall is the main shopping street of Shimla. It has many restaurants, clubs, banks, bars, post offices and tourist offices. The Gaiety Theatre is situated there.
2. The Ridge: The Ridge is a large open space, which is situated alongside the Mall Road and hosts all the cultural activities in the city. Christ Church, The State Library and Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex are some of the notable buildings located here.
3. Christ Church: Situated on the Ridge, Christ Church is the second oldest church in Northern India. Inside there are stained glass windows which represent faith, hope, charity, fortitude, patience and humility.
4. Summer Hill: The township of Summer Hill is at a height of 6,500 ft on the Shimla-Kalka railway line. Mahatma Gandhi lived in these quiet surroundings during his visits to Shimla. Himachal Pradesh University is situated here.
HOW TO REACH Shimla
Shimla is well-connected by road network to all major cities in north India and to all major towns and district headquarters within the state. National Highway 22(NH 22) connects Shimla to the nearest big city of Chandigarh.As it is only a few hours drive with a beautiful view of mountains ranges along it. So it is the right time for you to have a road trip to remember. So think no more, book AHA TAXIS for your convenience and hop on for a relaxed journey with affordable rates and cheap fares. You will be charged on: go one-way pay one-way basis with doorstep pickup and drop and that too in comfortable AC Cabs. NO hidden charges. So travel in style and enjoy your summer getaway.
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