Ghaziabad to Kanpur





Reaching Kanpur from Ghaziabad is not much of a trouble as there are many local trains, which operate between these two cities. Thousands of local people commute on a daily basis from Ghaziabad to Kanpur for the purpose of work. One can drive down the distance of Ghaziabad - Kanpur. Ghaziabad is located on the Delhi Highway.

One can even come down to Delhi via air facilities and then drive down to Ghaziabad as it takes only 15 minutes from Delhi to reach the city of Ghaziabad. The UPSRTC also has state-operated buses, which ply between these two cities of Uttar Pradesh.

Kanpur is a beautiful and interesting place, which can be easily visited from Ghaziabad on a weekend trip for relaxation purpose. The city is renowned for its leather industry and related products. The city has many exciting tourist destinations, which are located both in and nearby the Kanpur city. Some of the well-known sites are Kanpur Memorial Church, Jajmau, Allen Forest Zoo and the IIT campus in Kanpur.

The city of Kanpur has some great shopping destinations from where one can buy authentic leather items at extremely low rates. The city is also known for its traditional Mughlai dishes and local cuisines.



Last Updated on 28 September 2012







     


     

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