Tourism in PanchkulaPanchkula has a blessed territorial position lying on the periphery of the Union Territory of Chandigarh, on the one hand and also is a gateway to some of the most famous hill stations of North India, thus giving it an enviable tourist benefit and exposure.
Panchkula is surrounded by districts of Kurukshetra, Ambala etc.Panchkula, being one of the most well established urban center of North India has a brilliant connectivity through both rail and road.
The road network connecting Panchkula to the rest of the North India is both well maintained and smooth. The place has delightful attractions to appease the senses of different kinds of tourists. Thus, Panchkula is a must stopover while visiting the states of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana or even the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
Travel in PanchkulaThe road network of Panchkula is absolutely well maintained and thus provides a smooth driving experience. Besides using one’s own vehicle, one can also hop on one of the buses maintained by the state transport corporation apart from availing the shared auto services for shorter distances. The city is well connected by rail network.
The nearest railway station for Panchkula will be that of Chandigarh from where one can avail the taxi or cab or an auto to reach to their destination in Panchkula. For more information on the tourism in Panchkula, one can contact the office of Haryana Tourism Corporation Limited, the details of which are provided below
Haryana Tourism Corporation Limited
SCO 17-19, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh-160017
Tel : 0172-2702955-57, 0172-2720437.
Fax : 0172-2703185, 2702783
Email : email@example.com
Panchkula - a tourist delight
Also lies in Panchkula, the one of its kind Cactus Garden, which is both educative and beautiful and apart from tourists, is also frequented by botanists and scientists. The garden has exquisite and endangered variety of cactus plants, some of them hand picked from various location across the world.
Then for adventure lovers is Morni Hills which provides exciting opportunity of undertaking trekking and mountain rides. For the religiously inclined, the district has the famous temple of Mansa Devi and equally famous Gurudwara of Manji Sahib and Nada Sahib which given one a glimpse of divinity and history at one go.
Weather and the Best Time to visit PanchkulaPanchkula has a typical weather of North Western India with utterly cold winters, wet and humid monsoons and shrieking hot summers. Summers in Panchkula range from the months of May to July and the temperature within these months ranges from 35-45 degree Celsius. Winters in Panchkula can be very cold, thanks to its proximity to the hilly terrains. The temperature in the winter months, which lasts from November to February can drop to as low as 2 degree Celsius. During the rainy seasons, the region receives abundant rainfall making the weather pleasant but at times humid too.
Eating in PanchkulaPanchkula has a large number of options for the food lovers. The city has outlets by some of the most famous chains and brands of restaurants. The plethora of options that the place has will surely leave you asking for more and more.
One can find restaurants offering North Indian, south Indian and Mughlai cuisines part from regular fast food and jinx food outlets such as dominos, pizza hut, mc donalds etc. Even if not willing to go for a complete meal, one can gorge on snacks along with a cup of coffee at various coffee shops spread across the city.
Thus one will not be mistaken if they call Panchkula a tourist’s delight, something which is completely justified by the wide range of tourist attractions and a whole network of subsidiary services that is sure to make your visit or even a stopover, a memorable experience.