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Chandigarh is categorised as Business and Transit

Mansa Devi Temple (Nivalink Trip Dated - 3 August 2010)
Gurudwara Amb Sahib (Photo Courtesy: Amanpreet7)
Gurudwara Nada Sahib (Photo Courtesy: Gaganspidey)
Natural History Museum (Photo Courtesy: Sanyambahga)
Rose Garden (Photo Courtesy: Gagsrippin)
Government Museum and Art Gallery (Photo Courtesy: Sanyambahga)
Chandigarh Architecture Museum (Photo Courtesy: Sanyambahga)
Rock Garden (Photo Courtesy: Nagesh Kamath)
Sukhna Lake
Pinjore Garden (Nivalink Trip Dated - 6 July 2007)

Reasons to Visit
  • Chandigarh is a major business centre and hub for Software, IT and ITES companies.
  • Chandigarh is a tourist destination being a transit point for guests on Delhi - Manali route and an access point to visit neighboring hills of Himachal Pradesh and hill station of Shimla.
  • Chandigarh is bounded by the states of Haryana in the east and Punjab on all other sides. The city of Chandigarh is the capital of the territory, as well as the joint capital of the states of Haryana and Punjab.
  • Chandigarh city is the first `planned' city of India and covers an area of 56 sq km. Designed by the French architect Le Corbusier and his team of architects, the city has neatly laid out roads and parks, buildings ranging against mountain peaks, boulevards and streets lined by endless rows of trees and shrubs.
  • Chandigarh is an excellent stopover option on the Delhi-Manali and Delhi-Shimla Route.
  • Like Delhi-Gurgaon-Noida, Chandigarh alongwith Mohali (Punjab) and Panchkula (Haryana) form a single contiguous mass of urban maze and all three seamlessly merge into each other to give a feeling of a single city.
  • Guests arriving at Chandigarh visit the famous Rock Garden, Pinjore Gardens (Mughal Garden), wide variety of Gardens and Museum.
  • Mohali is known for the cricket stadium, which is one of the best in India.
  • Panchkula is home to Mansa Devi temple. Mohali and Panchkula are now home to quite a few industries and are booming townships merged into Chandigarh.
  • For locals other areas of popular visit include Sohna lake and nearby Morni Hills.
  • Chandigarh is also renowned for its street food, bars, pubs and restaurants.
  • Chandigarh is also renowned for Sikh Pilgrimage travellers for being access point to visit Anandpur Sahib and many other Gurdwaras.
  • Chandigarh is also renowned for Hindu Pilgrimage travellers for being access point to visit Naindevi.
  • Mansa Devi Temple at Panchkula is a renowned local and regional pigrim centre and visited all round the year.
  • Heritage city of Patiala is just 70 kms from Chandigarh, making it an excellent day visit options.
Know It
  • For stay options, being a planned city, Chandigarh is divided into sectors of residential and commercial zones. Sector 17, Sector 22 and Sector 35 is where a lot of hotels are concentrated. Here one can find a lot of restaurants, shopping areas, bars and pubs.
  • Major Sikh Pilgrimage Destinations in India"Chandigarh is base point to visit many Sikh Pilgrimage destinations such as Kiratpur Sahib (76 kms), Anandpur Sahib (60 kms), Fatehgarh Sahib (50 kms), Chamkur Sahib (56 kms) and Nishan Sahib (75 kms)"
  • Devi Temples and Pilgrimages in North India"Chandigarh is named after Chandidevi Temple. However most significant Devi Temple around is Mansadevi Temple at nearby Panchkula. Mansadevi Temple is one of the most popular temples visited by locals, pilgrims in transit and visited as part of North India Devi Pilgrimage circuit."
  • Popular Destinations of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab"Chandigarh (alongwith New Delhi) is a typical arrival point for a Himachal itinerary. Chandigarh is renowned for Rock Garden, Mughal Garden (Pinjore), Museums and Lakes. Tourists looking to avoid urban character of Chandigarh just use it as transit point after arrival and before departure."
  • Significant Pilgrimages in and around Chandigarh"Mansa Devi Temple in Panchkula (near Chandigarh) is a renowned Devi Temple in the area spread over 100 acres. Mansa Devi Temple is locally popular and visited as part of pilgrim itinerary. Fatehgarh Sahib (50 kms) is a renowned Gurdwara that is visited from Chandigarh"
  • Destinations for Transit stay on Delhi - Manali route"Chandigarh (300+ kms from Manali) is a major Air arrival / departure point for guests visiting Manali and a stopover for guests on Manali - Delhi (260 kms from Delhi) route. Family travellers opt for hotels on outskirts of Chandigarh, experiential travellers opt for retreats on outskirts of Chandigarh."
  • Major Cities and Industrial Towns of Punjab and Haryana"Chandigarh is one of the largest IT / ITES hubs of India. Around Chandigarh Panchkula, Mohali and Baddi are major industrial hubs. "
  • Airports and Popular Access points for Himachal Pradesh"Chandigarh Airport is most popular arrival point for guests arriving to visit destinations of Himachal Pradesh such as Shimla, Manali, Spiti Valley, Sangla Valley, Nahan etc."
  • Metro and Major Cities in India"Chandigarh is a major tourist destination and is renowned for its street food, rock garden, Mughal garden, lakes and museums. Chandigarh / Mohali / Panchkula are major IT/ITES, manufacturing and services hubs and therefore most frequented by business travellers."
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Short Break

  • An Off-beat Himachal break (6 Nights)
  • Extended Manali Getaway (6 Nights)


  • 9 Devi Temples of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu region (7 Nights)
  • Himalayan Golden Triangle (9 Nights)
  • Manali with Shoghi and Shoja (8 Nights)
  • Pilgrimage Itinerary- HP Temples and Gurudwaras - Jammu - Vaishnodevi - Golden Temple (8 Nights)
  • Sangla Valley - Spiti Valley (9 Nights)
  • Shimla -Manali (8 Nights)

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Airport Pickup or Drop

ServicesRates Starting From
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and ChailRs. 3574
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and FaguRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and KandaghatRs. 2778
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and KasauliRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and KufriRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and LudhianaRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and MashobraRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and Morni HillsRs. 2776
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and NahanRs. 3574
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and NaldehraRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and NarkandaRs. 6777
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and ParwanooRs. 2776
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and PatialaRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and RoparRs. 2776
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and ShimlaRs. 3574
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and ShoghiRs. 3450
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and SolanRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and TattapaniRs. 4313
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Airport and ThanedarRs. 6777

Day Sightseeing

ServicesRates Starting From
Chandigarh to Anandpur Sahib Day visit and backRs. 3820
Chandigarh to Nainadevi Day visit and backRs. 3820
Chandigarh to Paonta Sahib Day visit and backRs. 3820
Day Sightseeing in ChandigarhRs. 1848
Gurudwara Visit in and around ChandigarhRs. 3820

Point to Point Transport

ServicesRates Starting From
Car hire - Manali to Chandigarh Drop Rs. 7223
Pickup from Ambala and Drop to ChandigarhRs. 1878
Pickup from Dharamshala and drop to ChandigarhRs. 5000

Railway Station Pickup or Drop

ServicesRates Starting From
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and ChailRs. 3574
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and FaguRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and KandaghatRs. 3450
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and KasauliRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and KufriRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and LudhianaRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and MashobraRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and Morni HillsRs. 2776
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and NahanRs. 3574
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and NaldehraRs. 3820
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and NarkandaRs. 6777
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and ParwanooRs. 2776
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and PatialaRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and RoparRs. 2776
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and ShimlaRs. 3574
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and ShoghiRs. 3450
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and SolanRs. 3269
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and TattapaniRs. 4313
Pickup/Drop between Chandigarh Railway Station and ThanedarRs. 6777
Transfer Between Dharamsala and Ambala Railway StationRs. 6667

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Zip Lining at KikarRs. 1899

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Destination Ideas

  • Gurudwara Tour – Ex-Chandigarh
  • Nainadevi Pilgrimage
  • Nau Deviyan Pilgrimage Circuit of North India
  • Prominent Devi Temples in and around Chandigarh

Festivals linked to Chandigarh (Chandigarh)

  • Baisakhi
  • Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
  • Lohri

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  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    The Garden is home to more than 1500 varieties of Roses and is a popular spot for tourists to visit.
    Rose Garden
    A Quiet area in Sector 16 home to medicinal plants and wide range of rare trees. Garden has a stream running through it.
    Terraced garden in Sector 33 of Chandigarh is spread over 10 acres and home to a large variety of flower and some exquisite flower beds.and lighted musical fountain. Kind of place where locals arrive in evenings in weekends.
    Flower Garden
    Le Corbusier Centre appeals to those interested in urban planning. There are documents and photos related to Chandigarh's chief architect, Le Corbusier.
    The Government Museum and Art Gallery has a collection ethnic wear, art and Buddhist sculptures from across Asia.
    Museum, Arts Crafts Culture
    Art Gallery, Architecture
    Garden of Fragrance in Sector 36 of Chandigarh is spread over an area having plants that offer different fragrances and aromas. Kind of place where locals arrive in evenings in weekends.
    This museum is home to 16th century manuscripts and even houses fossils and depicts evolution of man.
    Archeological Museum
    Displays photos and portraits of Indias Independence struggle
    A Popular 52 acre garden in Sector 10 having long fitness trails and flower beds.
    Flower Garden
    Chandigarh Architectural Museum provides insights into planning and development of Chandigarh, Indias first planned city
    Rock Garden is 25-acre garden created by Nek Chand which made interesting objects, pathways and waterfalls using recycled junk. A very popular option for tourists into Chandigarh being one of its kind.
    Sukhna Lake is a 3 km long manmade lake where water sport activities like boating, yachting and water skiing etc are possible. This is a picnic spot and kind of place where locals arrive in evenings on weekends.
    Lake or Riverside, View Point, Rides
    Lake Views, City Lake, Boating
    Boungainvillea Garden in Sector 3 of Chandigarh is spread over 20 acres and home to a over 50 species of Boutainvillea plants. Kind of place where locals arrive in evenings in weekends.
    Bougainvillea Garden
    Established in 1985, it houses a collection of more than 250 dolls from all over the world.
    Doll Museum
    A botanical garden between the rock garden and Sukhna Lake is spread on an area of 88 acres and is home to rare plants and is excellent for College / School picnics and any tourists to arrive and spend a couple of hours.
    A renowned local pilgrim centre which was visited and blessed by Guru Har Rai, the seventh Guru, in 1659.
    Major Gurdwara
    Gurdwara Baoli Sahib is where it is believed that a descendant of Baba Gurditta Ji of the Dhakauli village near Zirakpur meditated here for a number of years. On hearing about him, Guru Gobind Singh visited this village which is 10 km from Chandigarh on the Zirakpur-Kalka highway.
    Major Gurdwara
    Mansa Devi Temple, Panchkula (10 kms from Chandi Temple) is one of the most visited temples in the area. The temple complex is spread over 100 acres.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    The Gurudwara Nada Sahib is situated in Panchkula on the bank of Ghaggar river in Sivalik foothills. It is a famous religious place of the Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh - The tenth guru halted here while travelling from Paonta Sahib to Anandpur Sahib after the Battle of Bhangani in 1688.
    Major Gurdwara
    Nabha Sahib About 15 Km from Chandigarh on the road to Patiala. The Gurdwara has history dating back to 1695.
    Major Gurdwara
    Chandi Temple is situated at about 15 km from the city and which gave Chandigarh its name. This is well visited by locals and pilgrimage oriented tourists.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    The Pinjore Gardens also known as the Yadavindra Gardens, has terraced gardens, which feature the Rajasthani Mughal style Shish Mahal, the Rang Mahal, the cubical Jal Mahal and a series of fountains and waterfalls. The gardens are illuminated at night.
    Mughal Garden
  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    Parwanoo as a destination got its fame from its Cable Car, which was the first of its kind many many years ago. Now it's a popular picnic spot and a stopover for guests on Chandigarh - Shimla Route.
    Archeological Museum in Ropar is about Harappan area escavations. The museum opened in 1998 houses the archaeological remains of excavated site near Ropar, the first Harappan site excavated in Independent India.
    Archeological Museum
    Ropar wetland is a popular tourist attraction for bird watching and boating. A tourism complex called the 'Pinccasia' is located within the wetland boundary, which is run by the Punjab Tourism Development Corporation. Ropar wetland is a designated Ramsar site and therefore a must visit for those interested in Birdwatching.
    Morni Hills lies at 4000 ft asl and is a local getaway at 45 kms from Chandigarh known for its Himalayan views, flora, and lakes. Locals arrive here for walks, treks, boating and a bit of pleasant weather when Chandigarh and plains around really get hot.
    View Point, Rides
    Himalayan Views, Lake Views, Boating
    Chamkur Sahib is where Guru Gobind Singh arrived after leaving Anandpur in early 18th Century. There are number of Gurdwaras in Chamkur Sahib area.
    Major Gurdwara
    Machhiwara is where Guru Gobind Singh fled to after battle of Chamkaur.Gurdwara Charan Kanwal is built where Guru bathed.
    Major Gurdwara
    Nishan Sahib is a Gurdwara, that is part of Bahadurgarh Fort near Patiala (10 kms).
    Major Gurdwara
    Kiratpur (76 kms from Chandigarh) is where Guru Hargobind settled in 1635. There are number of Gurdwaras in Kiratpur
    Major Gurdwara
    Anandpur Sahib is a complex north of Chandigarh and comprises several Gurdwaras. Anandpur Sahib is a major Sikh pilgrimage centre and one of the most visited after Golden Temple in Amritsar. Takht Sri Darbar Sahib Kesgarh Sahib at Anandpur is one of the takhts of Sikhism and therefore most important.
    Major Gurdwara
    Gurudwara Sisganj Sahib in Anandpur Sahib is the holy place where the 9th Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib was cremated in 1675
    Major Gurdwara
    Naina Devi Temple is situated on a hilltop at about 60 kms North of Chandigarh overlooking the Gobind Sagar lake. The temple is connected with National Highway No. 21 and accessible via a cable car ride from the base point. Naina Devi Temple is significant regionally and is a well visited temple throughout the year. Naina Devi Temple is also widely regarded as one of the Shakti Peetha.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple, Shaktipeetha
    Shakumbhri Devi Temple near Sarahanpur (40 kms) is a renowned local pilgrimage visited as part of 9 Deviyaan circuit and is one one of the 51 Shatipeetha Temples
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple

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Locality NameDescriptionSuitable ForHotels (Nos)
Industrial Area Phase I and IIAn industrial area 5 kms from Airport and away from city centre.Business6
PanchkulaPanchkula is a planned city in Haryana bordering seamlessiy merged with Chandigarh and Mohali (Punjab) at 11 kms east of Airport.Business7
PinjoreAn area 20 kms on the Chandigarh - Kalka - Shimla highway next to Pinjore Gardens enroute to Baddi / Nalagarh.Transit/Getaway-
Sector 10Centrally located area in Chandigarh (4 kms from Sector 22, 13 kms from Airport). Business/Holiday-
Sector 17Sector 17 is the commercial center of Chandigarh, having number of banks with their offices here. Sector 17 also has the ISBT of Chandigarh. It is place to hangout in the evening. Best of premium brands have outlets here and therefore area is good window shopping. It is surrounded by Sec-22,Sec-16, Sec-18 and Sec-9. Sector 17 is 11 kms from Airport.Business/Holiday3
Sector 22Centrally located commercial area of Chandigarh (3 kms from Sector 17 and 35 and 10 kms from Airport) where a few mid-segment hotels are situatedBusiness3
Sector 35Centrally located commercial area of Chandigarh (3 kms from Sector 22, 7 kms from Airport) where a few mid-segment / Premium hotels are situatedBusiness4
Sector 43Centrally located area of Chandigarh (3 kms from Sector 22 and 7 kms from Airport). The area is adjoining green belt and here Western Court, a boutique hotel is situated.Business1
ZirakpurAn area in neighboring Punjab state bordering Chandigarh at 6 kms South of airport.Transit6
Punjab CountrysideCountryside area starts around 20 kms from Chandigarh home to some authentic farm resorts and getawaysBusiness/Getaway2
Mani MajraA residential hub having two multiplexes and in close proximity to the Rajiv Gandhi IT park Business3
MohaliMohali in Punjab seamlessly merges with UT of Chandigarh and forms one urban area with Panchkula (Same as Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon and Faridabad). Hotels in Mohali are typically business hotels catering to business and transit travellers.Transit/Business2
Landmark NameDescriptionLandmark Type
Baoli Sahib GurudwaraBaoli Sahib Gurudwara is located at Zirakpur-Kalka Highway. Worshippers come over here on every Amavas to take a holy dip in the water of the baoli.Pilgrimage
Capitol ComplexCapitol Complex was served as the seat only for the Punjab Government and now it has the headquarters of both the Government of Punjab and Haryana.Others
Chandi MandirChandi Temple is dedicated to Chandi, the goddess of power. Pilgrimage
Chandigarh AirportChandigarh Airport is located 9 kilometres from the city. The Airport is coming up with an International terminal in Mohali.Airport
Chandigarh Railway StationChandigarh Railway Station was opened in 1954. This Station lies under Ambala Division and come in Northern Railway Zone. This station has 5 Platforms.Railway Station
DLF City CentreDLF City Centre is located at Rajeev Gandhi IT Park Chandigarh. This mall is a blend of shopping zones, food court and gaming centre.Shopping Malls
Elante Shopping MallElante Shopping Mall is the biggest mall of Chandigarh. This mall has different stores, food zones, and multiplex and gamin zone. This mall has retail space for more than 1 million square feet. Shopping Malls
Government Medical College and HospitalGovernment Medical College and Hospital was established in 1991. This hospital is multi-speciality hospital with around 500 beds.Hospital
Government Museum And Art GalleryGovernment Museum and Art Gallery was established in August, 1947. It has a huge collection of sculptures and other art objects and paintings. Tourist Attraction
Inscol HospitalInscol Hospital is a multi-speciality hospital with 50 beds and is equipped with modern facilities.Hospital
International Dolls MuseumThe International Doll museum was established in 1985. This museum is located in Sector 23. This has a collection of over 250 dolls.Tourist Attraction
ISKCON Temple ChandigarhISKCON temple is a well known temple dedicated to Lord Krishna located at Dakshin Marg, Chandigarh.Pilgrimage
Mata Mansa Devi TempleMata Mansa Devi Temple is a temple near Panchkula which is dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi, a form of Shakti. This temple was built in between 1811-1815 A.D. Pilgrimage
Mukat Hospital & Heart InstituteMukat Hospital & Heart Institute is one of the famous super-speciality hospitals of North India. This hospital is 100 bedded and is equipped with ultra-modern and state of the art facilities.Hospital
Nada Sahib GurdwaraNada Sahib Gurdwara is located on the banks of Ghaggar River. It is one of the famous religious places in Chandigarh. Pilgrimage
Open Hand MonumentOpen Hand Monument is created by Le Corbusier. This is located in sector 1 in the Capitol Complex in Chandigarh.Others
Sukhna LakeSukhna Lake is an artificial lake. This lake is also used for boating and other celebrations like Mango Festival etc.Others
The Rock GardenThe Rock Garden was built in 1957 by Nek Chand. This garden is located near Sukhna Lake. All the sculptures made are with industrial and household wastes.Tourist Attraction
Zakir Rose GardenZakir Rose Garden is spread over 30 acres. It has more than 1500 species of Rose. This garden is named after former president Zakir Hussain. This garden was created in 1967.Others
Airport in Chandigarh
  • Chandigarh International Airport ( IXC ) , Chandigarh
Railway Stations in Chandigarh
  • Ambala Cant Junction ( UMB ), Chandigarh
  • Ambala City ( UBC ), Chandigarh
  • Chandigarh ( CDG ), Chandigarh
  • Kalka ( KLK ), Chandigarh
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