Chandigarh serves as the capital for both Haryana and Punjab. It is a union territory and does not belong to either state. The city is one of the earliest planned cities in post-independence India and was designed by Le Corbusier, a Swiss-French architect. His work is world renowned for its sophisticateddesign and architecture. The BBC named Chandigarh as one of the most beautiful cities in the world based on modernisation, architecture and culture. Chandigarh boasts an extensive transportation system with well planned road, rail and air connectivity. The Chandigarh International Airport is the city’s main air hub and handles commercial flights to every metropolitan city across India and international flights to Sharjah and Dubai. The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) handles local buses and intercity buses to the NCR, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The main railway station in the city is the Chandigarh Junction that is also the centre for the Northern Railway in India. Chandigarh is a popular tourist spot for both business and casual travellers. There are a number of comfortable budget hotels at competitive prices here. Most of these hotels are small to medium sized structures that cater to budget-conscious travellers who don’t mind a no fuss kind of accommodation. They provide basic rooms with a few essential services and on-site amenities. These hotels are ideal for solo travellers, businessmen, and small families. Most budget hotels in Chandigarh lack an in- house restaurant but usually make up for it by offering limited complimentary meals and beverages. Discover Chandigarh’s and see its beautiful architecture, flora and fauna, and culture for yourself by visiting popular attractions like the Hidden Valley, Government Museum and Art Gallery, Rock Garden, Le Corbusier Centre, Sukhna Lake, Rose Garden, and Terraced Garden. Make sure you visit the Capitol Complex, which was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2016.