Places to Visit
Rauza Sharif - 8 kms from Mandi Gobindgarh
Rauza Sharif or Dargah of Shaikh Ahmad Faruqi Sirhindi (popularly known as Mujaddid, Alf-Sani)  is situated on the Sirhind-Bassi Pathana Road at a small distance to the north of Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib.The Urs celebration (death anniversary) of the Mujadid are held here for more than 300 years and are largely attended by Muslims from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh and other Muslim countries.
Aam Khas Bagh - 7 kms from Mandi Gobindgarh
Aam Khas Bagh, today is actually remains of a highway-inn constructed for the use of royalty as well as common people.It was divided into two parts - the Aam for public use and the Khas for private use by the Royalty.This Royal inn was initially built by Akbar and planned by Mughal architect Hafiz Rakhna. It was rebuilt by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan along the Mughal military roadbetween Delhi and Lahore.
Kasauli - 80 kms from Mandi Gobindgarh
Kasauli is a cantonment and town, located in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Activities here include Trekking Tours, Nature Walks, Gilbert Trail, Toy Train Ride, Tibetan Market,Gurkha fort ,Christ Church & Timber Trail.
Barog - 76 kms from Mandi Gobindgarh
Barog is a cute little place immerging as a major holiday attraction to spend a day in. Surrounded by pine woods and views of the valley and the peak of Choor Chandni, this is also a convenient weekend gateway. You can do trekking, forest walks etc here
Morni Hills - 65 kms from Mandi Gobindgarh
If you are looking for a few hours of peacefulness and just relaxing around, Morni Hills is your ideal Hill station . The temperature is pleasing throughout the year.You can enjoy boating,Temple and nature walks.
Shimla - 140 Kms from, Mandi Gobindgarh
Shimla is a city found in Himachal Pradesh, India. No wonder it is called the Queen of Hill Stations.
Manali - 305 Kms from Mandi Gobindgarh
Manali is a resort town nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley in the Beas River Valley. It is a popular tourist destination and serves as the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti district as well as Leh. The valley is often referred to as the 'Valley of the Gods'