Book Chandigarh to Shimla Taxi
- FORTUNER → ₹ 7500
- CRYSTA → ₹ 4500
- INNOVA → ₹ 3500
- Honda City → ₹ 3300
- ETIOS → ₹ 2300
- DZIRE → ₹ 2300
- INDIGO → ₹ 2100
Chandigarh Shimla Taxi Service
When planning a road trip by Chandigarh Shimla by taxi, booking a Taxi is the Chandigarh to Shimla Taxi Service. Chandigarh Shimla Taxi Service is one of the first of its kind which as amalgamated comfort in luxuriant settings with reasonable rates. So, book now Chandigarh Shimla Taxi with us taxi services by picking the best package that suits your requirement and gear up for a wonder ride.
For Chandigarh Shimla Taxi Service, visitors can book taxi here. Shimla is one of the best and famous tourist destination in North India. Visitors will enjoy snow fall & cold weather. Few are very famous points there like Mall Road, Church. On Mall Road every tourist must enjoy ice cream there. We have permit vehicle for our every tourist who want to go to Shimla, Kufri etc.
Chandigarh To Shimla Taxi Service
You can book our Chandigarh Shimla Taxi Service from Chandigarh Airport, Chandigarh Bus Stand Sector 17, Sector 43 Bus Stand, ISBT, Chandigarh Railway station 24 hours. To book our taxi service your only need to fill up booking form or dial our contact Number 9915647547 & your booking will be confirmed on the spot. It’s very easy & convenient. You can also book our cab for dropping only to Shimla. We also provide tour packages to Shimla and Manali.
Chandigarh to Shimla distance 114 Km
Chandigarh is the best planned city in India, with architecture which is world-renowned, and a quality of life, which is unparalleled. Chandigarh, the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana, was designed by the Swiss French modernist architect, Le Corbusier. His buildings include the Capitol Complex with its High Court, Secretariat and Legislative Assembly, as well as the giant Open Hand Monument. The nearby Rock Garden is a park featuring sculptures made of stones, recycled ceramics and industrial relics. Chandigarh to Shimla Taxi Service
War Memorial, set amid the Bougainvillea Garden, lists the names of deceased soldiers since 1947. Southeast, the man-made Sukhna Lake is a base for water sports and shelters migratory birds. The sprawling Zakir Hussain Rose Garden contains hundreds of rose varieties and forms part of Leisure Valley, a ribbon of themed city gardens. The Le Corbusier Centre chronicles the history of the city and its designer. Just northwest, the Government Museum and Art Gallery displays paintings by Nicholas Roerich and Sobha Singh, plus Gandhara sculptures. The International Dolls Museum displays dolls and puppets from around the world.
Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh, in the Himalayan foothills. Hindu shrines in the area include Kali Bari Temple near The Mall and Jakhu Temple on Jakhu Hill, dedicated to the monkey god Hanuman. The town’s British colonial architectural heritage includes Gothic Victorian structures such as Christ Church and the Gaiety Theatre. There’s also a mock-Tudor half-timbered library, and the Scottish baronial mansion formerly known as Viceregal Lodge, built in 1888 and now home to an academic foundation. Outside of Shimla are picturesque hill resorts such as Naldehra, as well as Chadwick Falls.