Travel to Jalandhar



The tourists can travel to Jalandhar by the well laid railway tracks that make the city easily accessible from any part of India. The numerous travel agents of Jalandhar offer the interested tourists with a comprehensive and well organized tour packages at reasonable cost.

Jalandhar is well connected by railways. Some of the prominent trains that connect the city to the other parts of India are:

  • Shan-e-Punjab
  • Amritsar DDN Pass
  • Jhelum Express
  • Akal Takht Express
  • Chattisgarh Express
  • Tata- Pathankot Express


  • The visitors can avail of the train services that provide them with a comfortable and fast journey to Jalandhar from any part of India.

    The travel agents of Jalandhar organize regular trips to the places of tourist interest in and around the city. The well planned and systematic tour offered by the travel agents provide the tourists with a wonderful scope to explore the ancient city with ease and comfort. Some of the notable travel agents of Jalandhar are:
    • A. K. Tour and Travels
    • A Ess Travels
    • Aero World Travels
    • Anand Travels
    • Akash Travels Pvt. Ltd
    • Drogpa Travels
    • Associated Travel Service
    An important commercial and industrial nerve center of Punjab, Jalandhar is blessed with several places of historical significance that draw tourists from far and wide. Some of the distinguished tourist destinations of Jalandhar are:
    • Fort at Phillaur
    • Gurdwara at Kartarpur
    • Shiv Mandir
    • Mausoleum of Imran Nasir
    Jalandhar attracts many visitors through out the year because of the commercial importance of the place.

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    Last Updated on 17th Dec 2012

         


         

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