Nehru’s dream city couldn’t have been any better! Designed and mapped out by the French architect, Le Corbusier, Chandigarh lies at the foothills of the majestic Shivaliks. It is by far the cleanest and greenest cities you will find in India. The heart of northern India, Chandigarh’s urban landscape is laced with well-planned sectors, modern architecture, scenic parks, bustling markets and more. Sprawling over 114 square kilometers, the city’s illustrious list of educational institutes and manifold industries makes it one of the best places for students and professionals.
With chilly winters and warm summers, Chandigarh sees both extremes in the respective seasons, while the city experiences mild rainfall between June and August. Overall, the climate is pleasant around the year and the fact that the city’s landscape has negligible high-rise buildings ensures that the winds and sunshine is a constant.
By Road: Chandigarh is known for its fantastic network of roads. You can reach the city from any major cities or towns in Punjab and Haryana. You can also find a regular flow of buses coming to Chandigarh from outside these states.
By Rail: Chandigarh Junction is an extremely busy railway station, with trains coming and leaving every hour.
By Air: The Chandigarh International Airport serves both international as well as domestic flight services. You can reach the city by air from most major airports around the country.