SHIMLA Tourism

The Himalayas is world-famous, and so are the cities situated on top of the seven hills. Shimla is one such region that has gained momentum due to a tourist-friendly atmosphere. The city was declared as the Summer Capital of India by the British. Shimla is the only region in the country with a natural ice-skating rink.

Royale Retreat, a 4-star hospitality service provider, leverages the climatic conditions and the appealing nature of Shimla to make the guests feel a pinch of heaven. The majestic and historic hill station provides a humble abode to all its tourists. Sitting gloriously above 2200m above sea level, the city of Shimla houses lush green terrain adorning a mesmerizing look at the beautiful town.

The Gothic-era and Victorian architecture is a treat and visual manifestation for the eyes of every traveler. The Mall Road is the center of attraction where every visitor of Shimla has a drive-through. The Gaiety Theatre in Shimla gives you a replica of an old British Theatre and gives you the same vibe.

The boisterous train ride from Kalka to Shimla is the icing on the cake. The 6-hour train journey takes you through the mighty mountains of the Shivalik to Kalka's isolated hill station. The trip would make your inner souls sync with the silence of the mesmerizing beauty. 107 tunnels and bridges are covered during the train journey.

Words fall short of describing what Shimla has to offer. So, why not embrace and see it yourselves in the comfort of hospitality we are providing you. Ranging from the lip-smacking multi-cuisine offering to the immeasurable level of splendid service and lavish luxury, the 5-star Royale Retreat has you covered.

Beauty of Shimla
Beauty of Shimla

The grand architectural beauty and soothing surroundings make Shimla a popular tourist attraction.

EXPLORE SHIMLA Your complete Travel Guide

Shimla is everything a tourist eternally craves for. From breathtaking Tudorbethan and neo-Gothic architecture to the lushness of dense green forests, with enchanting snow-capped Himalayas in the background, the city has it all. The city had summoned everything marvelous and vivid ranging from historical temples, churches, and waterfalls to buildings of the British India Era.

Shimla, the largest city in Himachal Pradesh, was once the summer capital of British India.. As a summer capital, Shimla also saw a spate of remarkable building activity and some of the finest structures of the British-colonial genre still stand over its seven hills. Most of the heritage buildings in the city are preserved in their original architecture.

The Britain-like climate of the place had started to attract the colonial officers long before then. Today, its charm allures visitors from around the world. Its ethereal environmental beauty makes it one of the most visited and re-visited vacation destinations in India.

Are you planning to visit Shimla Check out everything you need to know to make your trip exciting and memorable below.

Popular Sightseeing and Tourist Attractions in SHIMLA

Shimla is one of the most popular tourist destinations, and below are a few tourist attractions that provide a perfect ambience for sightseeing.

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Kali Bari Temple

The shrine features a blue shaded idol of Goddess Kali and sports a unique Hindu-style architecture. The Kali Bari temple now boasts of a scenic view.

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Jakhoo Hills

Jakhoo hill is one of the famous attractions of Himachal. It is known for the Hanuman temple (the temple of the monkey god), which is believed to have been built to signify Lord Hanuman

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Himalayan Bird Park

The ideal time to pay a visit to the Bird Park, also known as Himalayan Aviary, is during summer. During winter, the place gets covered in snow often. The tourist spot is at an easily commutable distance.

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Chadwick Falls

Located at the Glen Forest, Chadwick Falls is approximately 7 kilometers away from Shimla City and 4 kilometers apart from the Summer Hills.

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Chail Cricket Ground

The Chail Cricket Ground is surrounded by huge deodar, and one can watch the mighty snow-capped Himalayas spectacularly gleaming in the sun from this location.

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Chini Bungalow

The place offers panoramic views of nature around the place and never ceases to amaze the tourists with its charm and serenity.

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Craignano

The scenic Craignano was originally the summer resort for the Italian countess and is just a few kilometers from Naldehra. The gardens are filled with varieties of daffodils.

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Kufri In December

The Himalayan nature park in Kufri is settled amid a vast 90 hectares of temperate vegetation, which creates a typical habitat for the wild animals of the Himalayas.

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Lower Bazar

The craftsmen in Lower Bazaar are incredibly skilled in carving elegant wooden sticks in numerous designs and shades. The narrow streets of the bazaar.

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Mashobra Travel Guide

Mashobra is a charming little hill retreat located in Shimla. The location is bestowed with an alluring beauty along with gurgling streams, appealing fruit orchards, and lush oak forests.

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Mohan Shakti National Heritage Park

The 40-acre landscape inculcates a rich Vedic culture and is known for its findings on ancient Indian Culture and the Vedas. The tourists can witness around 108 statues of gods that are 4 to 6 feet tall.

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Naldehra

Naldehra derives its name from Nag and Dehra, meaning the abode of the King of Snakes. Dedicated temple to the Serpent Lord called the Mahunag temple is a well known religious shrine.

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Sankat Mochan Temple

The temple traces its historical significance back to the 1950s when Baba Neeb Karori Ji Maharaj came to this enchanting spot for meditation.

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Tani Jubbar Lake

The open spaces near the Tani Jubbar Lake make it convenient for adventure lovers and campers to pitch their tents and enjoy the night under the sparkling stars.

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Tattapani

Tattapani is a tiny village in the Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated around 53 kilometers from Shimla. The town is on the bank of the Sutlej river, housed at an altitude of 2,237 feet.

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The Shimla State Museum

The Shimla State Museum was established in 1974 to preserve the state's rich cultural and archaeological artifacts. Surrounding the museum are sprawling lawns that significantly enhance its beauty.

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Viceregal Lodge

The Viceregal Lodge is an architectural fusion of the elf's castle in Lord of the Rings and the Scottish baronial castle. The lodge was built in the year 1888 and has been the humble abode?.

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The Ridge

The Ridge offers diverse experiences ranging from shops that sell artifacts to spots that offer a spectacular view of the snow-capped Himalayas.

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Lakkar Bazaar

The weather around the bazaar is enjoyable during summers and is bitterly cold during winters. Lakkar Bazaar is home to antique works.

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Celebrate your Christmas in Shimla

Shimla transforms into a festive and celebratory mood in December with carnivals, vibrant colors, and events transpiring all over the town.