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Cheap round-trip flights to Amritsar

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Why You Should Take a Flight to Amritsar

Home to the Golden Temple, the holiest temple for Sikhs, Amritsar is the perfect place to learn more about India’s rich mix of cultures and religions. Book flights to Amritsar today to discover this unique corner of the country for yourself.


When to Book Flights to Amritsar

There are three main seasons in Amritsar: winter, summer and monsoon. Winter is generally the best time to book flights to the city. Although temperatures can drop as low as 0˚C, most days will see highs of between 15˚C and 20˚C, making November to March the perfect time to see the sights.

Temperatures begin to rise at the start of April as the summer heat begins to kick in. This sweltering season can see the mercury hit 49˚C, so unless you’re built for the heat, it may be a good idea to book your flights to Amritsar at a different time of year.

July to October is monsoon season in Amritsar. In between downpours, temperatures in the city are generally fairly pleasant. If you want to avoid the winter crowds and boost your chances of bagging cheap flights to Amritsar, this could be the perfect time to travel.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Amritsar

If you’re flexible about when you fly and where you fly from, finding a cheap airfare to Amritsar should be easy.

To find the best departure day, click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page. This will reveal the prices for flights either side of your selected dates, helping you to track down a great deal.

Find the best airport to fly from by selecting ‘All airports’ from the dropdown list when typing in your departure details if you’re flying from a city with multiple airports. You can also try clicking the ‘Nearby airports’ link on the result page to see if there are any nearby terminals you may have overlooked.

Arrange your flights by price, duration, number of stops and airlines using the filters on the left of the results page.


UK Departures to Amritsar


Main Airports in Amritsar

Named after the founder of Amritsar, Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International is the main aviation hub serving the city. Located around seven miles from central Amritsar, the airport offers a limited choice of flights to destinations in India, the Middle East, Asia and the UK.

The easiest way to continue your journey from the airport is by private transfer. Arrange your pick up before your arrive in Amritsar or catch a cab when you touch down in the city.


Which Airlines Fly to Amritsar?

Passengers flying to Amritsar from the UK have a number of airlines to choose from.

These include:


How to Get to and Around Amritsar

Auto-rickshaws and taxis can be found across Amritsar. Fares are generally cheap, although journey times can vary thanks to the volume of traffic on the roads.

Some parts of the city are compact enough to navigate on foot. For example, you can easily explore the restaurants, shops and stalls of Lawrence Road without a taxi or rickshaw.

Free shuttle services operate between the city’s train station and the Golden Temple. However, these can become very crowded at peak times so you may prefer paying a little extra for a taxi.


What are the Must-sees in Amritsar?

The Golden Temple is the most famous sight in Amritsar and one of India’s best-known attractions. Originally constructed in the 16th century, it’s the holiest site in Sikhism and the most important pilgrimage location for followers of the religion.

The temple is set on the shores of a manmade pool and is just one of a number of buildings that make up the Gurdwara Complex. Spend a day or two exploring this important attraction and learning more about the history and culture of the Sikhs who worship there.

Learn about the recent past of this of this fascinating region by visiting the Partition Museum. Covering one of the most defining events in Indian history, it’s a must see for anyone interested in the country.


Tips and Tricks for Travelling in Amritsar

British passport holders travelling to India need to apply for an e-visa before they fly. This visa will allow them to stay in the country for up to 60 days.