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Come IPL time, several of India's major cities get a concentrated dose of cricket, glamour and entertainment. From Kolkata to Jaipur, while the game remains the same, the backdrop changes like a kaleidoscope. Outside of cricket, palaces, forts, street food, beaches, Bollywood, bad traffic, hill stations and cricket maidans wait to be explored
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    The Park

    The Park (from Rs 11,100) is a premium boutique hotel that is centrally located.

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    Courtyard

    Courtyard by Marriott (from Rs 5100) offers a good deal just a stone's throw away from Chepauk.

    Spring Hotel

    A new addition is Spring Hotel from Rs 3400), with its playful decor and a themed restaurant, just off Nungambakkam High Road.

    The Residency Towers

    The Residency Towers is also a favourite, located in the shopping district of the city (from Rs 6000).

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    The Taj hotels

    Taj Mount Road, less than 2km from the stadium, has awesome early bird discounts (from Rs 7500). Or hop across the road to the other Taj property, Connemara (Rs 6400), or opt for the centrally located Coromandel in Nungambakkam.

    The Park

    The Park (from Rs 11,100) is a premium boutique hotel that is centrally located.

    ITC Sheraton Park Hotel

    ITC Sheraton Park Hotel & Towers (from Rs 9500) is another luxurious option if you are willing to travel 5km to the stadium.

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    MustDo Chandigarh

    Café Mondegar

    Mondegar's nightly traveller-based crowd is as 'colourful' as the wall caricatures by a famous Goan artist, but that could be our beer-goggle glasses talking. Expect to shout your draught beer (around Rs85) orders over the popular, non-stop CD jukebox.

    Drive around

    Local men drive tractor along a road, Chandigarh, March 23, 2010 The first thing I would recommend to everyone is to get a feel of the city. Drive around. The roads are wide and the traffic is mostly not crazy. It gives me a sense of being at home again. You can rent anything: a bicycle, a scooter, a motorcycle or ...More details

    Eat chaat

    Take in Tank

    Visit the Rock Garden

    Get away to the hills

    Getting around Chandigarh

    Chandigarh is a fairly prosperous city, where every resident family has at least a couple of vehicles, so public transport isn't a strong point here. Cabs are your best bet for getting around. Call EasyCabs (Tel 91-172-43434343), preferably an hour ...

    Weather in Chandigarh

    Partly Cloudy 28 °C | Partly Cloudy

    Just like the rest of the country, in Chandigarh too temperatures are at a high during the summer months of April and May. During the day it's between 32 and 37°C, while evenings range between 28 and 30°C. Cottons are the way to go during this season in India's north.

    Tips for Travellers
    Chandigarh - Langar is the food served in a gurudwara. It is free of cost and very tasty. You must try it, and maybe even offer to serve food to others, as ...
    Submitted by Aarohi Bhatt
    Chandigarh - Winter is in its tail-end during February and March but sometimes it can last longer, or unleash a cold wave before bowing out. So carry a warm jacket, a cap ...
    Submitted by Rinkiee
    Chandigarh - Since public transport isn't up to the mark in Chandigarh, try to rent a car for your stay. Driving is enjoyable and you'll find it easy to get back to ...
    Submitted by Akash Sethi

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