Shimla is one of the most easy accessible hill stations in India. People who are wondering how to reach Shimla
and its rich verdure by road or even by the narrow gauge railway. With flourishing Shimla tourism, the mightly and trendy hill station owing to a unique colonial flavor en circles India’s some of the popular tourist destinations, hill stations as well as trekking destination from where one can get an enchanting view of the far-fetched snow capped Himalayan ranges. Manali, which is a grapevine amongst all the tourists, is a mere 6 hours drive en route Bhuntar and Banjar. The distance from Manali to Shimla is approximately 260kms where as en route Mandi it is 250kms. Shimla by road
from Pathankot is approximately 300kms whereas the distance from Chandigarh to Shimla is just 130kms. Your drive from New Delhi to Shimla is approximately 380kms en route Chandigarh. One planning a drive from Amritsar to Shimla has to cover a distance of 310kms whereas from Jalandhar it is 220kms and from Ludhiana it is only 190kms. The distance from Dehradun en route Paonta Sahib and Solan is approximately 230kms.
Well, the Kalka Railway Station and the Chandigarh Railway Station are the two closest broad gauge railway stations from Shimla, the Kalka Railway Station being the closest one. Both the railway stations connect all the major cities in India. Well if one who is looking to reach Shimla by train
may opt to reserve his tickets on the track of narrow gauge that stretches from Kalka to Shimla.
Down 23kms from Shimla, the Jubbarhatti Airport that is a domestic airport used to connect Shimla with New Delhi. But after the shutdown of Kingfisher Airlines there are no scheduled flights to Shimla. Thus one who is looking to reach Shimla by air
, the Chandigarh Airport and the New Delhi Airport are the closest one. There are regular flights from pune to Chandigarh
as well as the domestic airport connects to all other major cities in India.