The beauty of Dharamshala is distinct with the existence of Dhauladhar Ranges of mountain draped with snow as well as vast expanse of Pine and Deodar forests. Dharamshala is also known for its Tibetan settlements and its snow fields extend to a large area. It is a wonderful honeymoon as well as spiritual place marked with a series of fascinating sights to please you. Dharamshala Tourissmis a dream destination for all those who seek a blend of beauty, serenity and enchantment and this is significant for Dharamshala tourism. In addition to this, one comes across a series of attractions and places to visit in Dharamshala. Some of the most important attractions are listed below:

Kangra Art Museum
This amazing museum can be spotted at the Kotwali Bazaar. The gallery possesses some of the most alluring artifacts, crafts and various other interesting items that are worth watching.
Namgyal Monastery
This monastery is being into existence since 1575 and it was built by the third Dalai Lama, named as Sonam Gyatso. The main reason behind the foundation of this monastery was to help Dalai Lama pursue his religious and public goals.
Dal Lake
Dal Lake is a beautiful lake whose beauty gets enhanced with the encircling Deodar forests. The location is extremely serene and it is regarded as the one of the choicest picnic spots by the local people as well as by the tourists.
Kangra Fort
Kangra Fort was an enthralling monument that is associated with the Katoch rulers, who reigned over here for a period of 2000 years. Presently, the monument is in ruins because of the effects of the earthquake that came in the year 1905.
Mcleod Ganj
Mcleod Ganj is the name of the lower region of Dharamshala. Dalai Lama also dwelled here for some time. The place is marked with extremely serene surroundings and splendid views. And therefore, tourists do make it a point to visit this place.
Chamunda Devi Temple
This temple is visited to feel its sacredness and in addition to this, one gets enchanted with the awesome mountain views as well as the sight of the forests including the Lahala, Baner Kund and Pathiar forests.
War Memorial
The war memorial of Dharmashala stands in the memory of the soldiers of the Kangra district who became martyrs after the war. All the above mentioned places to visit in Dharamshala are worth your exploration and therefore, do make it a point to visit Dharamshala and increase your knowledge about Dharamshala.

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