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This is heart of the City. Great place to walk. Almost all the locals would take a few strolls of the Mall Road on a regular day. There are nice food joints along the way, along with options to sit on some benches by the side.
This is the heart of Shimla. It houses a variety of shops, restaurants, and historical buildings. It was constructed back in the 1800’s and is still bustling each day.
Open Air Market Street. Famous for shopping and strolling. Good Views, Numerous Restaurants and a variety of shops.
“Fancy a film? We recommend either of these two theatres. The Ritz Cinema is located behind Christ Church on the Ridge. The Shahi Theatre is in Ram Bazaar. ”
“The Indian Institute of Advanced Studies located on the Observatory Hill is a majestic structure made with Victorian-style architecture. It has now been converted into an educational institution which offer post-doctoral courses.”
“Famous for its pancakes, bacon & coffee. Occupy the window to seat to get good view of the mall road. ”
“Looking for something imported or a specialty item this is the place to look! We love this place and when you can't find something in other stores you can almost always find it at Ganidamull. It is open all day, closes at 8 PM. Includes Imported Goods. ”
Point of Interest
“This theatre was design by Henry Irwin, the famous palace architect, in the Gothic style during the Colonial Era. It was named after the Gaiety Theatre in London. It was supposed to be a Town Hall but quickly turned into the favorite hangout spot for young officers and their wives. Many famous people over the years including Rudyard Kipling and Shashi Kapoor performed here in their prime. ”