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Skiing and ice skating are popular during the winter months, while the summer months sees many tourists choosing to trek and experience the breathtaking vistas first hand. 2 to 3 days in Shimla should be sufficient for a comfortable stay. However, if you are leaving Delhi in the afternoon, you can stop for the night at Ambala, and spend some of the next day visiting this town before continuing your onward journey to Shimla.
There are lots of places to see in and around Shimla, some of them are listed below:
Located on Jakhu Hill, the view from this temple is spectacular to say the least. According to the Ramayana, this is where Lord Hanuman rested on his journey to the Himalayas. Mall Road: This Street is the main shopping area and the lifeline of Shimla. It houses shops, clubs, banks, restaurants and bars. The Gaity theatre, another tourist attraction from the days of the British is located here. Many other Victorian buildings can be found on this road. For local ware, the State emporium and Lakkar Bazaar, offers wooden toys, handloom and handicraft articles.
This Tibetian Bhuddist monastery is in Sarasvati Garden Estate in Kusmati. Tara Devi: Has a temple by the same name; devoted to Goddess Kali. It's located 11km from the city center. The temple offers a good view of the hills and valleys below.
Situated on Mall road, and built in 1846, it is the second oldest church in North India. The stained glass, the brass plaques and frescos are the main attractions of this beautiful building.
Located 16km from Shimla, this place has a zoo, amusement park amongst other things and is definitely a place to stop by when visiting with kids.
Other locations include Tattapani, Chabba, Arki Palace, Reserve Forest Sanctuary and Himalayan Aviary. There are hundreds of Hotels in Shimla each catering to different budgets. However, if you are visiting during the summer months, please ensure you book in advance to avoid disappointments. Shimla tours can be arranged by the hotel administration as well. There are also many resorts in this hill station. Make sure you carry your camera along as some of the images of Shimla are picture perfect!