Chandigarh is the only union territory in India that serves as the administrative capital of two states, which are Haryana and Punjab. One of the earliest planned cities in post-independence India, the city was designed by Swiss-French architect, Le Corbusier and is internationally known for its phenomenal urban design and architecture. It’s also one of the cleanest cities in India, according to a national government study. Chandigarh boasts an excellent transportation system via road, rail and air. Both intra and intercity buses are run by the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU). The Chandigarh International Airport stands as the city’s air transport hub and handles commercial flights to major cities across India and international flights to the Middle East. The Chandigarh Junction is the centre for the Northern Railway in India and provides connectivity to every major city across the country. There are a number of comfortable three-star hotels in Chandigarh that are ideal for travellers who are either on business and pleasure. These kinds of hotel are normally located near major expressways, commercial and business hubs. They offer spacious accommodation with well-appointed rooms and quality amenities. They usually house small to medium-sized restaurants where meals are served. Room service and bellhop availability vary according to the hotel. Most 3-star hotels in Chandigarh offer valet parking, a fitness centres and a rec room. Chandigarh has a number of beautiful attractions, including themed gardens and wildlife sanctuaries. A few popular attractions to visit include Sukhna Lake, Rose Garden, Parrot Bird Sanctuary, Leisure Valley, Rock Garden, Government Museum and Art Gallery, Butterfly Park, Open Hand Monument, the Capitol Monument, and Le Corbusier Centre in Sector 19.
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