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Shimla and Manali are two major tourist attractions of India that are famous not only in India but also in
foreign countries. Tourists from different parts of the world come here to spend some quality time in
the lap of nature. These are the places that have given remarkable contribution in influencing the
tourism in India. With rich history and fabulous culture, these cities have won the hearts of countless
tourists.

Shimla and Manali tour is preferred by the people who want to spend some quality time in the lap of
nature with friends and family. Shimla used to be the summer capital of India during the British Rule due
to the beautiful weather and splendid surroundings. This is the place that is known for its glorious
history and amazing weather since the British Empire. In fact, this city was actually known for the temple
of Hindu Goddess Shyamala Devi, not as a tourist attraction and a famous city as known today. British
used to come here with their wives or other family members to enjoy the ideal climate during summer.
After the Kalka-Shimla railway line construction in the year 1906, the accessibility to Shimla increased
greatly and more and more visitors started to come here in the search of serenity and divinity. The
famous attractions of Shimla include The Mall, famous shopping complex of the city, the Christ Church
that is the second oldest church of the northern India, Summer Hill, Junga, Kufi Chail, Arki etc.

Now come to Manali, another tourist attraction of India. It is the area has preserved the Indian history
and reflects its glory and heritage. Its nearby places also hold significant position in the Indian history as
they are said to be the home of the Saptarishi, or Seven Sages. Manali is a part of Kullu district and once
used to be the beginning of a trade route to Ladakh crossing the Karakoram pass. This city of Himachal
Pradesh is well connected by air, road and rail to the other parts of the country India. With moderate
climate and ideal weather conditions, it offers fascinating views to the miracles of nature. Known as the
"Valley of the Gods", this city is named after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. Famous attractions of the city
are Rohtang Pass (52 km), Manu Temple (2 km), Vashishta Temple, Hadimba Temple etc.

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Description: Shimla and Manali are two major tourist attractions of India that are famous not only in India but also in foreign countries. Tourists from different parts of the world come here to spend some quality time in the lap of nature. These are the places that have given remarkable contribution in influencing the tourism in India. With rich history and fabulous culture, these cities have won the hearts of countless tourists. Shimla and Manali tour is preferred by the people who want to spend some quality time in the lap of nature with friends and family. Shimla used to be the summer capital of India during the British Rule due to the beautiful weather and splendid surroundings. This is the place that is known for its glorious history and amazing weather since the British Empire. In fact, this city was actually known for the temple of Hindu Goddess Shyamala Devi, not as a tourist attraction and a famous city as known today. British used to come here with their wives or other family members to enjoy the ideal climate during summer. After the Kalka-Shimla railway line construction in the year 1906, the accessibility to Shimla increased greatly and more and more visitors started to come here in the search of serenity and divinity. The famous attractions of Shimla include The Mall, famous shopping complex of the city, the Christ Church that is the second oldest church of the northern India, Summer Hill, Junga, Kufi Chail, Arki etc. Now come to Manali, another tourist attraction of India. It is the area has preserved the Indian history and reflects its glory and heritage. Its nearby places also hold significant position in the Indian history as they are said to be the home of the Saptarishi, or Seven Sages. Manali is a part of Kullu district and once used to be the beginning of a trade route to Ladakh crossing the Karakoram pass. This city of Himachal Pradesh is well connected by air, road and rail to the other parts of the country India. With moderate climate and ideal w