Cheap Flights to Amritsar


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Things You Should Know


  • Your LON to ATQ flights may take 10h 15m, covering 3,932 miles.
  • High season: December (most popular time to fly)
  • Low season: May (best time to beat the crowds)
  • Qatar Airways, Air India are the highest-rated carriers for this route.
  • There are no direct flights from London to Amritsar.
  • The cheapest time to book London to Amritsar flight tickets is approximately 60 days to departure.



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About Amritsar


Amritsar is the spiritual capital for the Sikhs, which is located in the northern region of Punjab, India. The city is home to Sikhism's holiest shrine, gaining its name, which means 'Holy Pool of Nectar', from the body of water around the Golden Temple. Apart from this majestic, holy structure, you can witness the most overwhelming sights, energetic streets, traffic, bustling markets, mouth-watering rich food and the most generous and friendly people.


The city is divided in two by railway lines. The old city contains the Temple and various other fascinating historic sites bound by 12 gates. Touring this part is quite captivating and it’s a delight to walk through. To the north, a modern city has grown spreading a colonial grid. Explore gleaming malls, plush hotels, world-class restaurants and a well-developed corporate world. Since the city is explored best during winter from November to March, make sure you book Amritsar flights from London 5-6 months prior to your departure.



Best Time to Visit Amritsar


The best time to visit Amritsar is between November and March when the climate is pleasant and ideal for sightseeing. You get a glimpse of various festivals and revelries celebrated during this period, such as Guru Nanak Jayanti and Lohri. However, sometimes the temperature can drop to -2°C in January. One can even visit the city from April to June (the hottest month), before the cool showers hit Amritsar, dusting off the heat. Many would love to experience the rain that pours from July to October, bringing relief to the city. The weather is perfect and pleasant. Being an important city with religious significance and year-end festivals, flights tend to get expensive if you book flights at the eleventh hour. With Crystal Travel, book cheap flights to Amritsar from London much in advance.



Best Places to Visit in Amritsar


Amritsar - the historic city of the Golden Temple, the Wagah Border, and the time-honoured Jallianwala Bagh display a perfect backdrop to the religion, tradition, and history of India. If you happen to be in this city between October and March, make sure you visit these famous places.


The Golden Temple: The Golden Temple is a treat to the eyes and soul. The majestic structure and the spiritual aura generate divine powers that draw not only the locals but international visitors as well. Don't forget to experience Guru-Ka-Langar (The Saint's Kitchen), a huge dining room where approximately 100,000 pilgrims eat together after praying at the temple. The meals are simple but delicious; leaving you craved for more.


Wagah Border: Wagah, a village that stands still between India and Pakistan, situated on the Grand Trunk Road. Thousands of people come to witness the flag lowering ceremony and the closing of the gates every evening. The act displays unity and people walk out with tears and a feeling of true patriotism.


Jallianwala Bagh: A site of tragedy and horror that took place in 1919 during the struggle for India's freedom has become a place luring many visitors to witness and learn what really had happened. To re-live those moments, you can see the bullet marks on the bricks near the wall.


Chand Baori: Chand Baori is an architectural masterpiece. It is one of the deepest well in the country with 14 storeys going underground. To experience the cool air keep descending until you can.


Mandir Mata Lal Devi: There was a time in the history of Amritsar when women began to conceive with the blessings and prayers of a saint in the late 19th century. Hence, this temple was built in the memory of this saint. Even today, women visit this temple to get their desires fulfilled. The structure of this temple is unique in its own way. There are catacombs and you have to go down to see a blend of various colours.


Akal Takht: The Akal Takht Sikh temple shares its ground with the Golden Temple. It is known to be the supreme seat of Khalsa power (Khalsa is the army of all initiated Sikhs represented by the five beloved-ones and can be called the Guru Panth). Akal Takht literally means 'the throne of the timeless one'.


Harike Wetland: Lying at the junction of Beas and Sutlej rivers, the Harike Wetland is the largest wetland in India. This man-made wetland was created to maintain the biodiversity of birds, snakes and other reptiles.


Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum: Devoted to Maharaja Ranjit Singh, this museum displays artefacts and remains connected to the battles that he fought. Do not miss the light and sound show; it recreates real war moments with mind-blowing display of light and sound.


Bathinda Fort: Located 99 miles from the Golden Temple, the Bathinda Fort is known for the capture of Sultana Razia and its architecture. You can also visit the Gurudwara that was built in the memory of Guru Gobind Singh.


Tarn Taran: Tarn Taran lies approximately 13 miles from Amritsar Junction. It is a Sikh pilgrimage town popular for Gurudwara Sri Darbar Sahib, also known as Gurudwara Tarn Taran. It is said to have the largest water pond among all the Gurudwaras in the world.



Airport Serving London and Amritsar


London: There are five major airports in London: London City Airport (LCY), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHR), London-Luton (LTN) and London-Stansted (STN), out of which London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, a wide choice of shops, food courts, lounges with unlimited Wi-Fi access and relaxation areas.


Amritsar: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (ATQ) is the international airport located 7 miles northwest of the city of Amritsar, Punjab. The facilities at the airport include currency exchange, bookstore, restaurants, cafes, retail shops and more. To travel into the city and beyond, you can hire a car or board a taxi right outside the airport. There are convenient and reliable auto-rickshaws located outside the arrival and departure terminals.



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