Hotel La Cascade

52, R.B Parkash Chand Road, Opp. Police Lines, Amritsar, Punjab, 143001, India
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Bus or Cab services from Amritsar to New Delhi

by maxima_rex

Hi all,

Can anyone please tell me the details of bus or cab services from Amritsar to New Delhi, with the timings and charges?


Re: Bus or Cab services from Amritsar to New Delhi

by armchaircritic

I would strongly suggest you train it from Amritsar to Delhi. The distance is about 400 kms and despite the good roads, it has heavy traffic and will take about 8 hours at the best. I am not certain of Cab pricing. But Rajdhani Express a air conditioned fast train from Amritsar makes it to Delhi in about -7 hours. As for Buses, there will be a bus every two or so. Prices in buses are extremely reasonable even if you opt for air conditioned luxury liners.

Re: Bus or Cab services from Amritsar to New Delhi

by sacs2k1


As suggested above, taking a train would be a best decision. The Shatabdi Express or the Swarna Shatabdi Express takes a bit less than 6 hours and costs Rs. 650 one-way with food and refreshments served onboard (price inclusive in the ticket). There are many other trains which take about 8 hours and cost less.

If you want to go by bus, there are many over-night buses that depart from near the Railway Station at night and costs between Rs. 150 - 250. But the journey is horrible as the driver won't take his hands off the Horn and you cannot sleep.

Cabs will cost about Rs. 2000 plus. (If you want to spend that much, you can instead catch a flight)

Travel Tips for Amritsar

A street

by l_joo

When we see a street, we recognized it as a street to be able to tell others it is a street. A street is a tip built by me to let you know that the picture here is a street recognizable by all of us.

...and what now?

by l_joo

When I come to this far, I just make sure my finger is in contact with my camera's button to snap as many photos as possible. This photo is still at first floor before going up. I saw so many Sikhs in white long robe with black turban....and what are they doing. A custom tip anyway.

Excursion to Taran Taaran

by oisha

Taran Taaran is another place of pilgrimage for the Sikhs. 22 kms from Amritsar, the gurudwara was built near the site of a leper colony founded by Guru Arjan. This complex is made special by the enormous sarovar (pool). It is so big I could not get a photo that would convey the full glory of the place.

Jallaianwala Bagh


Jallaianwala Bagh, situated 400 meters north of the Golden Temple, is where the most notorious massacre under the British rule took place. In the afternoon of 13 April, 1919, thousands of people gathered at Jallianwala Bagh for a peaceful demonstration on the Baisakhi day. The ground is surrounded by high walls on all sides and has only a narrow alley for access.

General Dyer personally led his troops to the site. Standing on the only access way, he ordered his men to open fire without any warning resulting in the death of 337men, 41 boys and one baby and injuring more than 1200. A section of the wall with visible bullet marks is preserved, as is the well that some people jumped into to escape the bullets. 120 bodies were recovered from the well. Today this ground has been changed to a memorial park. At the entrance there is a memorial plaque which recounts the history.

Golden Temple - People

by Willettsworld

These five gentlemen greeted me by shaking my hand as I came out of the ninth Guru's shrine. They hinted that they wanted their photo taken which I did and showed them on my camera screen. They were happily satisfied and I shook their hands again when they left. Another "famous person" moment which I had a lot of throughout India. People just come up to you and shake your hand, chat with you and want their photo taken.


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