Referred to as the ‘Gateway of Uttar Pradesh,' Ghaziabad is a well-planned industrial city bustling with the crowd of teeming millions. It is one of the largest industrial cities and probably the fastest growing urban hamlet in India. Ghaziabad is one of the vibrant Indian cities with booming cosmopolitan culture. The advance level facilities have made Ghaziabad an appreciable industrial hub of India. Besides its historical prominence and modernisation, Ghaziabad is also adorned with some places of natural beauty. Garhmukteshwar, Nahush Koop, Hastinapur Wildlife Sanctuary, Masuri, Meerabai ki Reti are some of the places of interest in the city. The city life of Ghaziabad is mostly intertwined with that of its neighboring city of Delhi. The city concretes, honking onslaughts, loitering crowd and queueing traffic, well defines this mini-metro city. However, Ghaziabad has its own charm with the colorful markets, colonial sites, authentic cuisine and grand festivities. If you are planning for an innate city tour, then the prosperous city of Ghaziabad will obviously be there on the top of your sketched itinerary.

Best Time to Visit Ghaziabad

The best time to visit Ghaziabad is from October to March. The weather remains pleasant during this time and you can visit nearly all the places of sightseeing in and around the city.

Weather Of Ghaziabad

Due to its proximity with Delhi, Ghaziabad experience a similar kind of weather or climatic conditions with that of the national capital. It is assumed that the dust storms of Rajasthan and the snowfall in Himalayas, Kumaon and Garhwal hills play a major role in altering the city’s weather frequently now and then. March to May are the summer months, when the temperature hovers between 30°C and 43°C. Monsoons set in the last week of June and continue until the last week of September or first week of October. The winters start from the middle of October and remain until February. During this season the temperature varies from 5°C to 25°C. Sometimes, due to heavy snowfall in the Himalayas and Kumaon hills, Ghaziabad faces extreme and adverse weather conditions as well.

How to Reach Ghaziabad?

By Air : Indira Gandhi International Airport or the Delhi Airport is the nearest airport to Ghaziabad, located just 45 Km away from the city.

By Rail : Ghaziabad Railway Junction is the nearest railhead to the city, which is located just in the middle of the city. Several lines pass through it. Ghaziabad is well-connected to the other Indian cities like Delhi, Meerut, Faridabad, Indore, Aligarh, Mathura, Allahabad, Ujjain and many others.

By Road : Ghaziabad is well-connected to the other cities by the roads as well. The Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC), runs the buses that ply through the different states. It is very well-connected to the neighbouring cities of Delhi, Meerut, Indore and many more.