Thematic picturesque beauty, spectacular, amazing all adjectives blended together can hardly describe the scenic beauty of the amazing hill station Shimla. Aptly described as the queen of the hills, Shimla is the most preferred holiday destination by the visitors from all over the globe.
Colonial bungalows, historical structures, awesome streets, backdrop of Himalayas circumscribing the city makes this hill station the most preferred one all year around. The city has alluring climate that attracts mammoth numbers of tourists.
Once regarded as the summer capital of the British because of its climatic conditions similar to the London city. Now capital of Himachal Pradesh the city enjoys pleasant and cool weather because of its location in high altitudes.
Shimla enjoys three distinct seasons i.e. summer, winter and monsoon. The hill station is spread with cool breeze flowing from the Himalayan ranges makes the place favourable for the cold weather seekers. Summer season – (April – June) is the most suitable time to visit the valley and to witness the impeccable God gifted landscape of Shimla. However Monsoon season from July to September has some heavy down pours, certainly not advisable for tourist visit.
The hill station wrapped in forests of pine, rhododendron and oak mesmerizes the tourists with its natural scenic beauty and pleasant climatic conditions. Shimla has umpteen numbers of tourist attractions viz. Mall Road, Shimla Ridge, Annandale, Glenn, prospect hills all showcase the natural beauty that rejuvenates the soul and body of all the visitors. Kufri which is snow filled place is known for adventure sports like ice skating, skiing or roller skating, paragliding, trekking etc.
The tour to Shimla guarantees loads of euphoria and thrill as one starts with sightseeing of hills and also offers exciting adventure events like skating or skiing that elevate the holiday mood to a whole new level.
Shimla also is the religious abode and its temples – Tara devi temple and Jakhu temple renders the divine and spiritual aura to all the visitors. Chandwick falls with its silvery water flow will casts magical impression in the minds of the tourists that will be cherished till eternity. [wp_ad_camp_3]
Shimla is the hub for shopaholics with umpteen numbers of shops lined up at the Mall road selling artifacts and other items that will definitely be your shopping goodies. The hill station offers yummy savouries in its platter. Road side dhabas selling authentic north Indian food are common on the way to Shimla.
This traveller’s paradise is really a treat to the eyes. Another attraction of Shimla is the toy train which is famous for its authentic railway tracks in the world. Architected for about 50 years, these tracks have found their place in the “Guiness Book” for their engineering excellence in building narrow gauge railway track in the country.
Panoramic view, breathtaking landscape, amazing food and friendly people all makes this place a million dollar worth a visit.