Travel By Bus

  • Travelling by bus to Delhi from Amritsar


    Amritsar, the land of the magnificent ‘Golden Temple’ that attracts a huge number of tourists from all over the world. I was completely soaked in its grandiosity. This city comprises of delectable cuisine and holds a rich historical background. I was on my long tour, busy in exploring Amritsar and suddenly came up with plans of visiting Delhi. Moreover, getting around the city of Amritsar is simply fulfilled by a number of auto rickshaws, these are considered cheap and one of the favourable way of touring around the city. It is not just famous for being home to the radiant Golden Temple but the famous city of Amritsar also depicts the heroic character of Punjab. Multi-day in this tranquil city begins with the otherworldly petitions from Gurudwaras. Make sure to stay here for a while as a few days won’t be enough to explore!!

    Amritsar is the otherworldly and social focus of the Sikh Religion. Baisakhi celebration draws out Amritsar's radiant face with its best sustenance, garments and merrymaking. This place is likewise well known for its Jallianwala Bagh slaughter and its closeness to Wagah Border. The satisfying nourishment and generous dabs of unbelievable Punjabi cordiality further scheme to do magic upon the guest. From the Operation Blue Star in the Golden Temple to the deplorability of the Jallianwala Bagh slaughter, Amritsar has seen the most noticeably bad of circumstances but then risen like a phoenix through testing times. Amritsar today is a flourishing city with dynamic exchange and the travel industry ventures. A standout amongst the most agronomically profitable urban areas of India, Amritsar is all around associated with the more significant part of the critical metropolitan regions of India.

    Since Delhi can be easily travelled by bus from Amritsar, my friends came up with the ideal choice of visiting the capital city of India. It was a 9 hours bus journey, but there was no hassles as we booked bus tickets online from . Considering our quick plan, we did not get much of choice and booked a PEPSU AC bus. We boarded the bus around 10pm and reached Delhi ISBT Kashmiri Gate at 7:15am. It was a comfortable overnight bus journey! Our group of four friends enjoyed travelling by bus!

    After experiencing Amritsar, it was time for Delhi. After all, it was the first time we were visiting Delhi. We were excited to sight the medieval landmarks, colonial-era buildings and town planning, bustling lanes, dusty bazaars, with modern touch of trendy bars and shops.

    I have heard that Delhi is well known for its gastronomic pleasure and shopping delight. In short, there is numerous things to see and do in Delhi, and many reasons to love the city. The best thing about the city is that it is well allied with a great road system that enhances busways. A few of the attractions in Delhi that was included in our travel list were Lal Qila or Red Fort, Qutb Minar, Lotus Temple and Humayun’s Tomb.