The alluring hill town of Dharamshala is in the Kangra district of Himachal. This charming little town nestled in the foothills of snow-clad mountains has a unique blend of cultures. Dharamshala has a steady influx of tourists all year round but has somehow managed to stay its calm and poised self and avoid commercialisation. You can easily reach Dharamshala via air, road and railways. The nearest airport is located 15 km from Dharamshala in Gaggal. Flights operate regularly from major cities like Delhi, Kullu and Chandigarh to Gaggal. One can get to Dharamshala from Gaggal via Taxis. Pathankot Railway Station is the nearest station and is 85 km away from the town and is connected to some of the major cities of India. You can reach Dharamshala by taking a bus or hiring a taxi from here. There is a network of roads which connect Dharamshala to the most cities in Himachal. Several private and state-run buses ply to and from Dharamshala regularly. The hilltop town has a number of accommodation options but the best way to spend a relaxing vacation is to book your stay in a resort in Dharamshala. Resorts in Dharamshala have hotel-like amenities to ensure a comfortable stay like air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, TV with cable/DTH connection, luggage shelf, fridge, provisions for making tea/coffee, free on-site parking for two-wheelers and four-wheelers,and elevator for easy access. The resort also provides round the clock security and prompt room service for their guests. Complimentary buffet breakfast is also provided for the resort guests. Other than these amenities resort also cater to most of your recreational, food, drink, and entertainment needs within the premises. Some resorts also have an in-house restaurant and bar in the property. Dharamshala is one of the most travelled destinations in Himachal Pradesh. There are a number of places you can visit here like, Dal Lake, Dalai Lama temple, Bhagsunag Falls, Namgyal Monastery, Tibet Museum, Triund, St John in the Wilderness and Tsuglagkhang. The tranquil hill town is a major pilgrim center for Buddhists and has many tibetan monasteries. One can also explore bustling bazaars, shopping malls and the tasty eateries when in Dharamshala.
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