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Know about the weekend getaways around Delhi

New Delhi: After long and jam-packed weekdays of working surrounded by files and making yourself inside-out to match the deadlines, you feel completely exhausted. And if you are a Delhiite you can feel the very
India TV News Desk December 15, 2014 10:24 IST
India TV News Desk

New Delhi: After long and jam-packed weekdays of working surrounded by files and making yourself inside-out to match the deadlines, you feel completely exhausted. And if you are a Delhiite you can feel the very exact emotion who desperately waits for the weekends. Delhiites are always ready with their weekend plans. We bring you the list of those places where you must visit on weekends if you are a Delhiites.



Shimla: The present capital of Himachal Pradesh and the former summer capital of British India, Shimla is amongst the most beautiful places and has got spectacular hill station in India. Even a single-day visit to Shimla will leave you rejuvenated for long and you will experience a unforgettable weekend trip. The best way to travel in is Shimla is by road. Distance from Delhi to Shimla is 354 kms



Nainital: Nainital has been nick named as ' Lake District ' of India. In Nainital you get the splendid view of hill and mountains. And the greenery their leaves you speechless. Nainital is famous for its hill stations in India. Distance from Delhito Nainital is 305 kms.



Jaipur: Jaipur is known as the Pink City of India. The city is unusual among pre-modern Indian cities in the regularity of its streets. A visit to Jaipur on weekends will take you back in past to experience its architectural beauty. Distance from Delhi Jaipur is 275 kms.



Mussoorie: Mussoorie is also known as the Queen of the Hills. In India, Mussoorie has the most breathtaking view of hills with greenery. People come here from all over world to revive themselves. Distance from Delhi Mussoorie is 273 kmp.



Jim Corbett National Park: Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India and was the first to come under the Project Tiger initiative. It is home to several animals, most famously the Royal Bengal Tiger. If it's not just birds that you want to see but animals as well then you should be traveling to Jim Corbett. Distance from Delhi to Jim Corbett National Park 258 kms.