Located amidst the serenity of nature's prosperity, Shimla is one of the most popular hill stations in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. This charming hill station is perched at a height of about 2421 metre above the sea level. Moreover, the potholed landscape of Shimla is covered all around by lofty pine and deodar trees. Shimla's verdant valleys form a scenic landscape embracing the royalty of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. Being once a summer resort for British, Shimla has a number of charming Victorian architectural relics and buildings. At EaseMyTrip.in, we provide you best Shimla holiday packages that allow you exploring the scenic locals of the hill resort. So, plan a Shimla travel and discover the real beauty of nature.
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The second oldest church in North India, this beautiful church is one of the prominent landmarks of Shimla. Other important churches of the city are, Roman Catholic Cathedral and St. Michael's Cathedral.
Located on the highest point of the Shimla ridge, this temple is dedicated to Hindu Lord Hanuman. The temple offers stunning views of valleys, snowcapped peaks and the glittering town. It is a perfect place to catch glimpses of sunrises and sunsets of Shimla.
Kali Bari Mandir:
Located near to the Mall road of Shimla, the Kali Bari Mandir is dedicated to Goddess Shyamala Devi. Devotees often come to this temple, especially during Diwali Festival and Durga Puja.
A major activity centre of Shimla, the Mall is located close to the Ridge and Scandal Point. This place is dotted with a number of showrooms, emporiums, restaurants, Gaiety Theatre and many more shops.
Shimla State Museum:
Set up on top of a hill above the Chaura Maidan, this museum houses in a colonial building, called as Inverarm. One needs to hike about 1500 metre to reach the colonial mansion houses the museum.
Tara Devi Temple, The Ridge, Summer Hill, Annandale, Padam Palace, Viceregal Lodge, Kamru Fort, Arki Fort etc.