Top Tourist Attractions in Sonipat
Sonipat is a city in the Indian state of Haryana, as well as a municipal corporation. It is located 44 kilometres from Delhi and is part of the National Capital Region. It’s also about 214 kilometres southwest of the state capital, Chandigarh. The eastern border is marked by the Yamuna River. Sonipat is known for the monsoon sweet dish ghevar, which has its origins in Sonipat.
Best Places to Visit in Sonipat
- British Time Tehsil
- Badh Khalsa, Sonepat
- Bhai Jaita Ji
- Bhai Lakhi Shah Vanjara
- Old Maa Kaali Temple
- Mama Bhanja Dargah
- Shambhu Nath, Nahri Sonepat
Best Time to Visit Sonipat
How to Reach Sonipat
By Air :
Indira Gandhi International Airport, which is 67 kilometres away, is the closest airport.
The railway station is located near the ICICI Bank on State Highway No. 20. The Delhi-Chandigarh Shatabadi, Jhelum Express, and Himalyan Queen are just a few of the notable trains that travel through Sonipat.
The bus stop is just before Mama Bhanja Chowk on State Highway No. 20. Bus transportation to neighbouring cities and towns is available on a regular basis.
Four important National Highways:
- NH44(Delhi Haryana Border, Kundli -Ambala Haryana Punjab Border)
- NH334B (Meerut-Sonipat-Kharkhoda-Sampla-Jhajjar)
- NH709 (Rohtak-Gohana-Panipat).
Four major bus stands are Ganaur, Gohana, Kharkhoda and Sonipat.