Shimla is among the most popular North India Hill Stations which is known for its exquisite natural beauty that lures tourists from across the globe and Breathtaking Beauty of North India. It is situated in the heart of the Himalayas which gifted this city with snow capped peaks, scenic waterfalls, verdant valleys and the grand colonial bungalows of a glorious past. This is among the popular attractions of North India tourism which summons tourists who love stroll in mystic nature during their holiday break. Along with the scenic beauty this is also a popular place of North India Adventure Tours with International Tourist Company car rental services. Some of the popular attractions in Shimla are:
This is the key shopping center and favorite hangout of tourists in Shimla which is famous for its shops, restaurants, clubs, bars and swanky commercial plazas. The presence of Victorian style buildings heightens its scenic beauty of this place. Because of its liveliness this place is often quoted as the heart of Shimla. It is the perfect hang out for Shimla Tourists who wants to experience the juxtaposed natural as well as cultural beauty of this place. This is also the venue for Summer Festival in June, Ice-Skating in December-January and Winter Carnival of February. Some of the prominent attractions of this place are Christ Church, Scandal Point, Kali Bari Temple and General Post Office.
This is a Hindu Temple dedicated to lord Hanuman situated at a height of 2,455 meter above sea level and 2 km from Shimla. Apart from the religious aspects this place offers fantastic views of valleys, snow-capped peaks and the town during the trekking to this place. The narrow trekking paths and roads laden with high-rise trees make trekking enjoyable and pleasing. Along with this the temple is the right place for viewing the magical sunrises and sunsets.
This is among the popular attractions of Shimla located 7 km from the city center. It is the 67 meters high waterfalls which come streaming down from the Summer Hill. The falls is amidst thick forest at a height of 1586 meters above sea level. The trekking is the best choice to reach this place. This trekking is an enthralling experience as the trek routes passes from the mid of pine and deodar forests.
Shimla often quoted as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’ is famous round the world for its salubrious climate and natural panorama which engrosses tourists during their Shimla Tour. Though it can be visited round the year but the best time to visit this place is from October to November and from March to May. Some of the other popular attractions of this are Photo Art Gallery, Shimla Ridge, Viceregal Lodge, The Prospect Hill, Padam Palace, Tara Devi Temple, Shimla State Museum and Lower Bazaar.