Journals Shimla

Shimla 2012 Part 2

Created by koshkha on December 30, 2012 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

The Queen of the Hill Stations has plenty to offer

Shimla 2012

Created by koshkha on December 27, 2012 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

A return visit to the queen of the hill stations

Shimla - the Queen of Hillstations

Created by koshkha on January 21, 2009 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Shimla, the old Summer Capital of the British Raj was a hotspot for scandal and intrigue. 60 years after Indian independence, is it still worth a visit?

Shimla: Stepping Back to the Days of the Raj

Created by phileasfogg on May 28, 2008 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews
1 Story

British India’s summer capital still retains signs of grandeur, though diluted now. Shimla demands a love of history—and sturdy legs—to be truly enjoyed.

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Snowy Getaway

Created by theghostwhowalks on July 23, 2007

1 Review

Shimla February, 2007. It was snowing and the place looked like paradise. I hope everyone here enjoys the photos.



Toy Train to Shimla

Created by sbmalik on November 24, 2006

1 Review
1 Story

The charming journey by narrow gauge train from Kalka provides a lingering memory that cannot be achieved by the fast road travel.

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Weekend Getaway in the Queen of the Hills

Created by frequent traveller on November 1, 2006

1 Review

The best cheap, quiet, and homely yet neat and clean place to stay in Shimla.

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Touts and Sadhus

Created by tammyhayano on May 27, 2006

1 Review

This segment of my trip would fall under the "interesting people I met" category.

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The Queen

Created by Vaidya on March 11, 2005

2 Reviews

Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It has an old Victorian charm which keeps you spellbound for years to come. I found the main city to be slightly dirty and crowded, but the outskirts are beautiful.

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Cool getaway.

Created by Megha on February 20, 2001

7 Reviews

Shimla, the capital of the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh was the 'summer capital' of British India. It is one of India's most important hill stations. It is at an altitude of 2130 meters. Shimla sprawls along a crescent- shaped ridge with its suburbs clinging to the slopes.

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