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1-2 days would be enough
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See you can visit in one day also or two days depending on your comfert. In amritsar golden temple and jallianwala bagh is just side by side which you can do first in morning time and then after having lunch at langar you can go to wagah border for the 3 o clock show and can comback by 7 o clock back to city.
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40-50min its distance between is 30km approx
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by bus or cab
How can i reach there from amritsar
You can do it in a day if you start by 8:00-9:00 AM in the morning. Start with Golden temple than Jalia wala Bagh followed by lunch at brothers ka dhaba and then straight to Wagah border parade and then Dinner at Kesar da dhaba, end it with the night stroll at Town hall.
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Hi, You can roam around in Amritsar in a day or two but Wagah border will take up an entire day or afternoon. We reached Wagah at 4pm and it was still very hot in April.
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An entire day for Amritsar and a half day for Wagah border.
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Golden Temple, Jallianwala bagh and Partition museum are nearby. But wagah border is 30kms away. It’s straight road so it will take less than an hour to cover that. If you are low on time skip partition museum.
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from Amritsar (out side of golden temple) u will get a sharing Auto which will cost you around 150 for round trip.
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wagha border is approx one hour ride from amritsar. though the actual ceremony starts a bit late, it is ideal to reach there by 3 pm. Once it is completed you can easily come back to amritsar by 7-8 pm It is an experience not to be missed so squeeze in some extra time and do visit it. you can go to the golden temple in the mornings. Go for dinner to some dhabas at night once you are back from wagha border. By this you'll be able to cover both in single day. Happy travelling :)
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Hi 30 hours are more than sufficient to cover both . We did that last November We started our day at 9 am by visiting Golden Temple . Ate lunch at Langar. In afternoon ( around 4 pm we reached Wagah Border). REturned from there by 7 pm. Had dinner at Kesar ka Dabha (most famous) and again went to Golden Temple because its so beautifully lit at night. Next day morning we went to Jaliawala Bagh , had breakfast at some famous place (Sharma Sweet shop) , did some shopping and left for airport at 1pm.
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I stayed at Ramada Amritsar. They arranged the cab for me . It costed me 1400 rupees for to - from journey plus the waiting time
How did you travel from amritsar to wagah border
you can visit the wagah and golden temple and the other tourist places in Amritsar in maximum two days...
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One day is sufficient if properly planned. Have a look on this itinerary-https://www.tripoto.com/trip/amritsar-a-glimpse-into-history-5c441008d6b4a
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2 Days will be enough 1 day you can roam around Amritsar and visit Golden Temple, Jaliyanwala bagh 2nd day you can spend in wagha border
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One and a half day should be enough
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One full day is enough to explore Amritsar and Wagah Border!
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You can visit them in a single day, if you start early. Make sure to reach Wagah before 3 to get a seat for the parade, we were late and missed it. :(
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1 day is enough
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Hi 30 hours are more than sufficient to cover both . We did that last November We started our day at 9 am by visiting Golden Temple . Ate lunch at Langar. In afternoon ( around 4 pm we reached Wagah Border). REturned from there by 7 pm. Had dinner at Kesar ka Dabha (most famous) and again went to Golden Temple because its so beautifully lit at night. Next day morning we went to Jaliawala Bagh , had breakfast at some famous place (Sharma Sweet shop) , did some shopping and left for airport at 1pm.
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