Solan known as the ‘Mushroom capital of India’ is to a great extent a forested area encompassed by hills and mountains. Because of the mass creation of tomatoes in the territory, it is also called the ‘city of red gold’. An exceptionally delightful and entrancing spot, the name of the city, Solan is gotten from the Goddess Shoolini Devi, the principle Goddess of this locale.

Best Places to Visit:

Mohan Shakti National Park: Located on the foothills of the Himalayas in the midst of dense oak trees and rooftops gardens, Mohan Shakti National Park is a standout amongst the most beautiful excursion spots in Himachal Pradesh. Being located on the foot hills, the park offers some astonishing and stunning perspectives of the encompassing mountains.

Karol Tibba & Meteol Tibba: Karol Tibba and Meteol Tibba are two of the most well known hangout spots in Solan. They are close by and consequently their names are additionally taken as one. They are famous for picturesque excellence and the quiet that guarantees a casual day out.

The Mall Road: The shopping center street is an Indian Style bazaar that contains different shops and showrooms of the top modern world offers plenty of brands and book shops.

Shoolini Mata Mandir: One of the major attractions in Solan, the Shoolini Mata temple is devoted to Shoolini Mata after whom the town was named. It is frequented by an immense number of guests day by day. A grand fair is also celebrated here that last for 3 days in the month of June.

Motilal Nehru Central State Library: Established in 1959, Motilal Nehru is the only central state library in Himachal Pradesh situated at the Mall road and is named after the celebrated Indian freedom contender and the father of the principal Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru.

Some other attractions in the city includes: Jatoli Shiv Temple, Bon Monastery, The Dagshai Jail Museum, Darlaghat, Nalagarh Palace, Krishna Bhavan Mandir, Jakholi Temple, Shakhni Mahadev Temple etc.

Best Time to Visit: February to October