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Far away from the chaos of cities, Nalagarh is known for its abundant greenery, serenity and the amazing view of the Shivalik hills past the Sirsa river. If a relaxing break is what you seek, Nalagarh is the place to go
The Mughals and the Britishers during their rule cherished the beauty of this place and regarded it as a princely state and till date the royal touch is still alive and unscathed. Nalagarh's main attraction is the Nalagarh Fort which has now been converted into a heritage hotel that attracts tourists from all over the country. Besides the regal attributes attached to the place, Nalagarh successfully embraces the growth in steel, chemicals, thread mills, leather and breweries and is an upcoming industrial town. The place is surrounded by the view of the outer Himalayas on one side and the Shivaliks on the other. The place is sprinkled with the ruins of many forts around the valley, which include the forts of Chamba, Surajupur, Ramharh and Malaon.
- Nalagarh is primarily a tourist attraction because of the Nalagarh Fort itself and it makes sense to go here only if you are going to stay in the Resort itself. Otherwise only a stopover in Nalagarh is recommended if you are in this area. Thankfully, Solan district lies in the Chandigarh-Shimla highway and you can spend 3-4 hours to check out this fort
Picturesque scenery. Rich history.
Not much to explore (preferred as a stopover). Monsoons can be harsh.
Nalagarh is a great place for those living in and around Himachal Pradesh and those visiting Kullu-Manali. It can be visited by family and couples. The perfect combination of architecture and culture attract visitors from every corner of the country.
Nalagarh is well connected by air, rail and road. The nearest airport is located in Chandigarh which is connected to all the other major airports of the country by regular flights. The nearest rail... (Read More)