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Amritsar Tourism, Punjab

A golden city of kirtans, kulchas, phulkari suits, and papad wariyan
Tourism in Amritsar

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Amritsar Tourist Places

From stunning shrines to flavorsome food, Amritsar tourism is characterized by historical sites, lively bazaars, and sights of Bhangra or Giddha with sounds of toomba or dhol, and most importantly the military ceremony at Wagah Border. So, grab a map of Amritsar with all major places to visit in Amritsar and popular things to do and start holidays in the Golden City of Punjab. Here’s our detailed Amritsar travel guide which includes the best means to reach, the best time to visit, popular attractions, Amritsar shopping places, and everything that a tourist needs to know:

Amritsar City History

Founded in the sixteenth century by the fourth Sikh Guru, Ram Das Ji, Amritsar is a city that one just can’t afford to overlook on a trip to Punjab. Named after the sacred water tank of Amrit Sarovar that encircles the Golden Temple, Amritsar is located in northwestern India. The city is also noted for two infamous events of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and Operation Blue Star.

The second most populated city in Punjab, Amritsar is built in a unique architectural style with ‘katras’ and narrow streets. The awe-inspiring and divine complex of the Golden Temple is surrounded by narrow streets filled with sheer pandemonium. While the Old City of Amritsar south of the Railway Junction is a delight to explore on foot with numerous sights and sounds, the northern half of the city features a few historical structures worth checking out with the help of an Amritsar tourist map. The city is a harmonious blend of tradition, history, culture, and food.

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The Golden Temple in Amritsar, actually adorned with gold and precious stones, is a visual treat and a humbling structure. Also known as Harmandir Sahib, the gurudwara complex is home to the world’s largest free community kitchen run by volunteers

Akal Takht Amritsar

Located inside the Harmandir Sahib complex, it is one of 5 takhts of the Sikhs. Its name translates to the “throne of the timeless one”. Akal Takht and Amrit Sarovar make the city of Amritsar the holiest place in Sikhism.

Tarn Taran Sahib Amritsar

Gurdwara Sri Tarn Taran Sahib, located about 30 km from Amritsar, is famous for the gathering of pilgrims in every month at the Amavas no-moon night. Established by the fifth guru, Guru Arjan Dev, the site features the largest sarovar (water pond) of all the gurdwaras.

Jallianwala Bagh Amritsar

Pay a visit to nearby Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar near the Golden Temple to pay homage to those souls lost in the infamous 1919 massacre. A guided tour of the gardens and the infamous well is available for tourists.

Gobindgarh Fort in Amritsar

Built in 1760, the fort was constructed for Gujjar Singh and later owned by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. For those keen in learning about Sikh religion and its history, the museum inside Gobindgarh Fort is one of the best places to do it. It exhibits artifacts owned by the royal family, weapons, coins, armor, and paintings. Partition Museum in Town Hall is another place to check out city’s tumultuous past.

Durgiana Temple Amritsar

Also called Lakshmi Narayan Temple, this Hindu temple is dedicated to the Goddess Durga along with idols of Goddess Laksmi and Vishnu. Built in 1921, its architectural style is similar to the Sikh Golden Temple.

Wagah Border in Amritsar

Ideal for a one day trip from Amritsar, the Wagah Border lies about 28 km from the city. The famous Retreat ceremony or the “lowering of the flags” ceremony starts every day before sunset. As a prelude, people on both sides of the border cheer for their nations as the security forces engage in animated displays and parades.

Sri Ram Tirath Temple and Pul Kanjari are also popular places to visit near Amritsar.

Top Food Places in Amritsar

From eateries in narrow streets to upscale restaurants, Amritsar has got it all. Guru Ka Langer at Harmandir Sahib is a must-visit place for foodies and devotees. Bharawan Da Dhaba and Kesar Da Dhaba are popular places to taste makki ki roti with sarson da saag and stuffed kulchas. Makhan Fish & Chicken Corner, Ram Lubhaya Aam Papar Wala, Khubi Halwaai Katra Ahluwalia, Beera Chicken House, and Mame Da Dhaba are other famous places to eat in Amritsar.

Hall Bazaar Shopping in Amritsar

This shopping complex is one of the oldest markets in Amritsar. It is one of the most popular places to buy gadgets, trendy accessories, jewelry, textiles, and local handicrafts in Amritsar. The iconic Gandhi Gate is the main entrance points of Hall Bazaar in Amritsar.


Fairs and festivals are an integral part Punjab and Amritsar in India. Festivals like Guru Nanak Jayanti, Baisakhi, Lohri, Holi, and Diwali are celebrated here with great fervor. Travelers can also catch a glimpse of folk dances of Punjab such as Bhangra, Giddha, and Gatka – a local martial art form. For shopping lovers, the city has another reason to visit, the century-old handloom and carpet industry. Make sure to shop for phulkari suits, Punjabi juttis while gulping down lassi after a hearty plate of roti and saag. Guru Bazaar and Hall Bazaar are the best spots for shopping in Amritsar.

Gobindgarh Fort, Durgiana Temple, Mandir Mata Lal Devi, and Hanuman Mandir are other popular points of interest in Amritsar. Nature lovers can pay a visit to Harike Wetland and Bird Sanctuary in the winter season. The best time to visit Amritsar is from October through March when the weather in Amritsar is pleasant.

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  • Golden Temple in Amritsar

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  • Durgiana Temple in Amritsar

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How To Reach Amritsar

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By Air

Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (ATQ) is the nearest airport to Amritsar. It is about 11 km northwest of the city of Amritsar. The airport is connected to cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, and Jammu. Airlines including Air India, IndiGo, Jet Airways, Qatar Airways, Vistara, Scoot, and Malindo Air connect international destinations like Birmingham, Doha, Singapore, Tashkent, and London with Amritsar. For those traveling from Delhi should opt for train or road travel, while it’s best to book a flight to Amritsar when visiting from Mumbai or Kolkata to cut back travel time. Taxi rentals are available at the airport to take visitors to their respective hotels in Amritsar.

By Train

The city is well connected with other major cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata by the extensive rail network. Amritsar Railway Station (ASR) is the main train station in the city. Shatabdi Express, Shan-e-Punjab Express, Paschim Express, Jan Shatabdi Express, Howrah-Amritsar Mail, and Golden Temple Mail are major trains connecting Amritsar with major Indian cities. The Samjhauta Express runs from New Delhi to Lahore in Pakistan via Amritsar. The distance between Lahore and Amritsar in only about 60 kilometers.

By Road

Amritsar lies on the Grand Trunk Road (GT Road) which is also known as National Highway 1. It runs from Delhi to Amritsar via Chandigarh. The distance between Delhi and Amritsar by road can be covered in about 10 hours. The distance between Chandigarh and Amritsar can be traversed in about 5 hours. The highway also connects Amritsar to cities in Punjab and Haryana such as Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Ambala, and Panipat.

Punjab Roadways has a large fleet of non-AC and AC buses that provide regular, economical transportation to neighboring states like Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. For transportation within the city of Amritsar, travelers can opt for hand-pulled rickshaws, auto rickshaws, cabs, and buses to get around. There is a free bus service from Amritsar train station to the Golden Temple for visitors.

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      We booked Young Bombay Tours & Travel for our Amritsar and Jammu-Kashmir trip. The arrangements & hotel booking done were really great. As it was 11 days trip, the iteneary was very well planned & budgeted. Not a single day we felt hectic, it was organised in such a way. Commendable job done by Zaara & her team. All the drivers we met during our trip were wonderful people. They supported us in every way. Must mention Burhan bhai & Zahoor bhai whom we met for Kashmir journey. The places which we visited in Kashmir were so breath taking that it really cannot be mentioned in words. Thank you Young Bombay for such a beautiful & memorable trip. It is really difficult to list the best memories of the trip beacuse the complete trip itself was beautiful. The freezing temperature & the view of snow all over at Gulmarg was completely mesmerizing.
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      We were a group of 9 adults and 4 children. Classic Holidays Kashmir provided us a customized Itinerary for 7N and 8D to travel to Srinagar, Sonamarg, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, katra and Amritsar. Our agent Rabiya was very diligent and patient enough in preparing our itinerary. It was a memorable trip for all of us. Though we had a few hurdles in our travel during our trip due to the convoy, Rabiya helped in rescheduling the hotel bookings and our driver Thanveer was very friendly and cooperative and he guided us very well to reach our destination with a private van that we had to book on our own to reach Katra on time so that we did not miss our helicopter to Vaishnodevi Temple. He was helpful in getting a good guide in Gulmarg and also helped us in getting cabs in Sonamarg. The following are the reviews for the hotels that we stayed: Royal Milad , Srinagar - very good hotel and good service Montreal house boat- food was good, but cleanliness and hygiene was an issue Moon view, Pahalgam - Good hotel but service was not very satisfactory Hotel Dolphin,Katra - good hotel and good food Hotel Roopa International, Amritsar - leaking taps, dining hall was under construction, some sewage problem so the lobby area was stinking. Se we definitely recommend Classic Holidays Kashmir. Thanks to Rabiya and Thanveer.
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      Do not recommend hotel grand hriday in Amritsar. There services are not good. Food is of poor quality. Khajjiar is the best place to visit. Hotel harmony blue is very good to recommend to any tourist.
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      Vy

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      In Shimla we got a hotel issue but agent will resolve it in better way. in Manali Hotel room are good but hotel staff or room service is not good. In Dharamshala Hotel is excellent food is fabulous hotel view is awesome only one issue is there road approach to hotel is very bad. In Dalhouse hotel is good food is good overall good in all only view from hotel window is not good and no view from hotel window. In Amritsar hotel is Average food is also Average no issue in hotel. On driver point of view (Prakash ji) is good person but only experience in Shimla and Manali place they are very less knowledge of rest of places. In Car speed limit is issue which is bounded upto only 80 KMPH. that good for Himachal road but bad for Amritsar Highway and plan roads Over all experience of trip is good and best part is Jagdesh who is very supportive on phone. Thanks Jagdesh ji and Holiday Triangle and travel triangle
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      CA Rahul Garg

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      Hotel in Shimla was not good Apline Hillden Food service was not good also clealiness near food was not good. Also hotel Staff is very slow and dont give response fast and no Hot water,,,, where u confirm 24/7 hot water avaliable, 3 days we have to bath in Cold water in shimla under 5'c .... Hope u understand this,... We made them complain so many times but still there was not hot water avaliable in our room. Hotel in Manali was perfect and food was very nice also the hotel service was best there with best staff. Hotel in amritsar was also good.
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      Yojitapatel

      Mumbai, 4 months ago

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      [27/02, 11:01 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: Hi all, I need to share feedback [27/02, 11:01 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: Will share by tomorrow [27/02, 11:01 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: Especially on hotel check in process [27/02, 11:02 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: You have mentioned the checkin at 12 and for Amritsar it is 1pm also [27/02, 11:03 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: But most of the places I have reached in the morning before 8am, how can I freshup and move to site seeing [27/02, 11:03 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: In Delhi they denied checkin and told no rooms till 12 [27/02, 11:03 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: At last they gave at 11:30 am [27/02, 11:04 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: So I lost almost half day [27/02, 11:04 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: I missed qutib Minar and lotus temple [27/02, 11:04 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: Red fort I have seen from outside only due to time constraints [27/02, 11:06 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: For Amritsar also, luckily after following up with priti, she arranged for check in as soon as we arrived, what if they don't have free room [27/02, 11:06 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: Is I have to wait till 1pm and that too I have only one day in Amritsar [27/02, 11:07 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: This all should be mentioned properly in iternary [27/02, 11:07 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: Properly [27/02, 11:08 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: And i also i have some adjustments in dates after tour started, but this is also not feasible, this could have an option, but no luck [27/02, 11:09 PM] Raj Kumar Chowdarapu: In Delhi the hotel is worst, they did not provided water, internet and atleast extra mattress which is part of package
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      Hitec city, 5 months ago

    • Trip to Himachal

      Driver was not friendly. He told a lie in the morning that sollang valley is closed due to high snow. But when we reached nehru kund we came to know from other person that sollang valley is opened and can go by Gipsy car. He bought us costly dress, shoes and scatting but at nehru kund every thing was in very chip rate. Shimla Hotel Paradise village resort was very far and down in the valley can only go by walking. Amritsar Hotel Singh International was very compact, Hot water geyser was not working, Breakfast was not provided, Room privacy like u can listen full conversation of other room as well. Some Hotel TV cable was not working as well. Driver always parked car in free parking. He parked car very far from sightseeing point. Quality of quotes was good but look at in real not all sightseeing point was covered. Sollang valley, Khajjiar, Subhash bowli not covered Darjeeling trip by Make My trip.
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      Mumbai, 5 months ago

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    Regular taxis and buses are available for tourists in Amritsar. One can plan a day trip to Wagah Border and Pul Kanjri from Amritsar.  

     

    One can simply contact other volunteers at the kitchen or visit the main office for more information.

     

    People can find dormitories, AC and non-AC rooms at the Golden Temple for accommodation. The langar at this gurudwara offers free food.

     

    The ideal time to visit Amritsar is between October and March. Although it’s a little crowded, this time of the year has perfect weather and plenty of festivals.

    Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (ATQ) has direct flights from cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Jammu.

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