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Named after Amrit Sarovar surrounding the Golden Temple, Amritsar is the most treasured city of Punjab. Founded in the 16th century by Guru Ram Da Ji, it has a rich history enveloping the Golden Temple, the Ram Tirath, and most prominently, the Jallianwala Bagh. The economy of the city runs on tourism, and manufacture of textiles (specifically shawls) and carpets. Amritsar is also well-known for its dhabas (roadside eateries) which provide some of the most delicious food-items, especially tandoori chicken, fried fish, chola-bhaturas, and kulchas. The city is connected to the National Capital Region and other major metropolitan cities by a network of national highways. Punjab Roadways runs bus services linking Amritsar to other cities within Punjab, as well as to adjoining states in the North. Alternatively, Amritsar Junction Railway Station is located at a distance of just 2 km from the city centre and is well-connected to numerous Indian cities. Also, Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport, that is 11 km from the city centre, operates flights to several major cities in the country. There are a plenty of three-star hotels in Amritsar that are perfect for businessmen, families and solo travellers on a budget. These hotels are usually located in the vicinity of major business hubs and commercial areas. They provide spacious and well-maintained rooms plush with quality amenities. Most 3-star hotels in Amritsar have in-house restaurants where meals are served. However, room service and bellhop facility may vary from hotel to hotel. Often these hotels also provide valet parking, fitness centres, and swimming pools to their guests. Amritsar is renowned for many historical monuments, old bazaars, places of worship, and colorful theatres. The city also hosts several festivals throughout the year. Popular tourist attractions that you must visit are Jallianwala Bagh, Golden Temple, Baba Bakala, Attari Border, Gobindgarh Fort, Durgiana Temple, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, Rambagh Palace, Partition Museum, Ram Tirath, and War Memorial.
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