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London Chandigarh

The route from London to Chandigarh is offered by a number of airlines and takes around 14 hours. However, taking a direct cheap flight from London to Chandigarh is impossible, and all routes transit via other airports, generally Mumbai or Delhi. Airlines operating on the route include British Airways, Qatar Airlines, Lufthansa and Jet Airways.The cheapest way of travelling to the city from London is via Jet Airways, whose flights depart from Heathrow Airport and have a stopover in Mumbai. There are also some flights from London Gatwick, but Heathrow is the most common departure point for flights to India. Unfortunately, the shortest flight time is around 20 hours, but an overnight layover may be necessary. Then again, this could be a wonderful chance to see Mumbai or Delhi. With a number of different options on the market, it is always a good idea to compare flights from London to Chandigarh to get the best deal and you can use our online flight comparison tool to do just that.

Cheap London - Chandigarh Flights

To travel between London and Chandigarh at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Chandigarh flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Chandigarh flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Chandigarh 1 Nek Chand Fantasy Rock Garden

This fabulous garden is a 25 acre fantasy world that was created by the imagination of designer Nek Chand. Part garden of peace and part artistic installation, this is a magical attraction which is built almost entirely of waste materials.

2 The Le Corbusier Centre

Chandigarh was famously redesigned by the Modernist architect Le Corbusier, and this museum provides the low down on his controversial achievements. A fascinating documentation of now unfashionable ideas about town planning and the power of architecture.

3 The Government Museum and Art Gallery

Head to the Government Museum for a visual feast, including traditional fabrics and wraps as well as miniature sculptures of global landmarks and works from the south Asian region. The museum is an artwork in itself, having been designed by Le Corbusier.

4 Boating on Sukhna Lake

The Indian heat can become too much for city life, so the man-made expanse of Sukhna Lake is extremely welcome and popular with locals. Relax by the lake front, or head out boating. A place of tranquillity, Sukhna has plenty of rowing boats available for hire by tourists at very reasonable prices.

5 Zakir Hussain Rose Garden

Another gorgeous garden, this time adorned with the fragrance of roses, this may be the world's finest rose garden, with over 1600 different varieties. Check out the magnificent Festival of Gardens if visiting in March for food, drink and musical entertainment. At any time of year this is an exotic treat for the senses.

Required travel documents for India

There are some things worth noting for those travelling on the route between London and Chandigarh. India is very tourist friendly, but Indian airports can pose some difficulties. Make things easier by always having your ticket reservation printed out (if only to get past armed guards at the airport doors). Keep valuables on your person and make sure your luggage gets a travel stamp. Additionally, all visitors need a tourist Visa, available online via http://in.vfsglobal.co.uk/
Chandigarh is well worth a visit, with a mixture of ancient and modern architecture, friendly people and gorgeous natural wonders as well.