Excursions from Amritsar



Excursions from Amritsar provide a variety of options and has something for all. The city of Amritsar is situated in the north west part of the Indian state of Punjab. The legendary city is steeped in Punjabi and Sikh culture and heritage.

The Sikh religion virtually has its base in Amritsar and is also the ultimate pilgrimage for the followers of Sikhism. Due to its convenient location the city serves as an important access point to various places of tourist interest. The choice is varied and includes places of historical and religious significance as well as places of immense natural beauty.

There are several day trip options that include outing to the Wagah Border to see the changing of the guards or to Amanat Khan Serai for the old inn.

Gobindwal Sahib, Tarn Taran, Baba Bakala and sites of similar importance are easily accessible from the city of Amritsar and are popular choice as Amritsar getaways.

The state of Himachal Pradesh is also within easy access of Amritsar and so the hill resorts of Dharamshala, Jwalamukhi and Dalhousie are popular excursions around Amritsar. These places of tourist interest offer stunning mountain scape with the Dhauladhar mountains making the picturesque scenery.

All Amritsar excursions offer proper accommodation and dining facilities at an affordable price. The city is also well connected with Delhi as also with the major cities of India by regular flights, railway and buses.

No wonder, the city of Amritsar provides the perfect base for many interesting get aways for its convenient location, great networking and infrastructure.



Last Updated on 14 January 2011





     


     

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