Chandigarh Capital Region (CCR) includes the union (federal) territory (city) of Chandigarh, and its neighboring cities of Mohali (in Punjab) and Panchkula (in Haryana). City of Chandigarh is popularly known as 'The City Beautiful'; and was designed by world renowned French architect Le Corbusier. It serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana.
The city is conveniently connected to the rest of the country by air, road and rail (train) network. Details are provided below.
Chandigarh Train (railway) Station is located about 8 km from the City Centre. Important trains like the Shatabdi (superfast) Express and the Himalayan Queen Service connect Chandigarh with New Delhi and other parts of the country.
The city is connected with New Delhi and other major cities via Grand Trunk Road (National Highway 1 (NH1)), NH21 and NH 22.
|From Delhi||238 KM|
|From Jammu||353 KM|
|From Shimla||119 KM|
|From Amritsar||217 KM|
|From Dehradun||175 KM|
|From Ambala||46 KM|
|From Jaipur||496 KM|
|Chandigarh International Airport||12 KM|
|Chandigarh Railway (Train) Station||15 KM|
|Chandigarh ISBT Sector 17 (Bus Terminal)||9 KM|
|Yadvindra Garden, Pinjore||40 KM|
|New Delhi||255 KM|
|Golden Temple, Amritsar||250 KM|
There are three to four (fourth only if you are familiar with the area) ways: