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Ambala has typical tropical climate just like most other cities of Haryana. The summer season from March to August brings extreme dry heat with temperatures rising as high as 46 degrees Celsius. The monsoon season running from August to September does bring relief from the dry sultry summer sun but rising humidity levels make it difficult for tourists to explore the city. Winters is by far the beast season to visit Ambala with temperatures dropping to a low of 4 to 5 degrees with day temperatures offering pleasant climatic conditions for tourists to explore the ancient city of Ambala.

How To Reach

By Road:

Amabala is strategically located on the cross section of a number of national highways including NH 22, NH 65, NH 72 and NH 73 linking Ambala to parts of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The distance between New Delhi and Ambala is 208 Kms and the city is well connected by a six lane national highway 1 leading up to the holy city of Amritsar. Local bus and cab services are available for tourists to ply from Ambala to other cities of Punjab and Haryana.  >
By Air:

Although Ambala city has an airport but it is available only for chartered flights and helicopters. The nearest airport to Ambala is the domestic airport in Chandigarh located at a distance of 40 Kms from the city. Chandigarh airport is one of the better connected airports in Northern India and regular flights ply between various Indian cities and Chandigarh. Adequate bus and cab services are available freely to visit Ambala from Chandigarh.

By Rail:

Ambala is the divisional headquarters of the Northern Railway and an important railway junction. The historic Delhi-Ambala-Kalka railway line dates back to 1889 which was originally built by the British. Ambala is well connected to other cities and town via rail network and regular train services are available between New Delhi and Ambala and other cities including Kurukshetra, Karnal and Chandigarh.


Ambala is an important tourist center located in Haryana close to the Punjab border. Ambala has a large military presence due to its strategic location on the cross section of nearly five national highways. The air force base is also located out of Ambala. Ambala attracts large number of tourists virtually through the year and the city is more famous for sites of significance attracting both Sikh and Hindu pilgrims.


Ambala was also spelt as ‘Umballa’ during the British era and the city's rich culture, exotic ancient monuments and old buildings make it an interesting tourist location. Ambala is also home to a number of universities and colleges attracting a wide population of youngsters to the city. Ambala is not just limited to historic old world charm and the modern city is a cluster head in the manufacturing of scientific instruments and motor pumps.


Ambala offers lodging and boarding facilities for both the luxury travelers as well as budget travelers. Due to its close proximity to the Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir, many tourists make a stop at Ambala. Local food delicacies in Ambala include the famous Chole Bhature and tea which is the trademark supper for the local population.