Car Overview

  • Day Driver Allowance
  • ₹300/day + food & lodging expenses.
  • Base Fare
  • Mileage: Unlimited
  • Max passengers: 5
  • Fuel: Octen/Petrol
  • Max luggage: 1
  • Fuel usage: 5-6/100km
  • Doors: 4
  • Engine capacity: 1400 ccm
  • Deposit: 110.00 USD

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Amritsar is one of the famous cities of not only Punjab but of whole of India. Most people know the great city of Amritsar for its Golden Temple, Jaliawala Bagh and as the gateway to Wagha Border but there is much more than these two iconic spots of Amritsar or nearby Amritsar. If you are in New Delhi then you should definitely visit Amritsar as this historic city has many things to offer you. A trip from New Delhi to Amritsar will not only be pocket-friendly but it will be memorable as well. Just opt for online cab booking and go for taxi services from New Delhi to Amritsar without any second thought.

Appropriate time for Amritsar trip

Most of the people prefer to visit Amritsar from November to March since the climate is very pleasant. Winter season is considered as the best season for visiting Amritsar because, during this season, you can have better sigh seeing and even your trip to Amritsar temple will be hassle-free and free of sweat. But you should never take the winter season of Punjab, especially Amritsar very lightly as the temperature from November to March can go down to freezing 4 degrees Celsius.


Amritsar is located at an exact distance of 464 km and it will take you around 7 hours to reach Amritsar from New Delhi. You can simply go for taxi services and instead of taking your own car and getting into the hassle of maintenance and parking. In addition to the road connectivity, Amritsar is well connected through train routes. From opulent trains like Amritsar Shatabdi to Amritsar Swarna Jayanti express, there are many options. If you are planning to visit Amritsar from New Delhi through flight then you will land on Sri Guru Ramdas Jee International Airport.

Places to visit in Amritsar

Golden Temple- The Golden Temple is surely the main attraction of Amritsar and it draws flocks of visitors throughout the year. The foundation of this holy temple was laid by Muslim saint Hazrat Mian Mir Ji in 1588.

Wagha Border- Wagha Border is another major tourist attraction and all the people visiting Amritsar never miss visiting this iconic border between India and Pakistan. Every evening, a meetup show is organized on Wagha Border with loud music, some fantastic show by soldiers and loud cheering.

Jaliawala Bagh- Jaliawala Bagh is satiated near to the Golden temple. This place is known for the massacre that happened during the British rule in which thousands of Sikh men, women, children and old aged were killed.