Because of the tense relations between India and Pakistan, few foreigners actually cross the international border between Attari and Wagah, 30km west of Amritsar, though it is possible to do so, providing you alread…
This open-top double-decker bus isn't actually 'hop-on hop-off', but does offer two tours: a trip to the border-closing ceremony (₹250, five hours, 2pm), and a full-day city tour (₹350, eight hours, 10am), taking in…
A prepaid taxi booth to the east of Golden Temple has fixed-rate taxi services to the airport (₹600), the border closing ceremony (₹1300 return) and other local destinations. One way to Chandigarh/Delhi costs ₹3200/…
A free, white-coloured, AC bus runs between the airport and Fuwara Chowk, near the Golden Temple. It leaves the airport at 6.15am, 9.15am and 1.15pm. It leaves Fuwara Chowk at 6am and noon.
Air India flies to major Indian cities such as Delhi and Mumbai, as well as Birmingham in the UK. The office is about 4km north of the centre, but obviously it's easier to just book online.
The main Inter State Bus Terminal is about 3km north of the Golden Temple, near Mahan Singh Gate, and has services to every major destination in Punjab and beyond.
Free yellow buses run between the train station and the Golden Temple from 4am to 9pm. They stop here at Sri Harmandir Sahib Marg, and also at Fuwara Chowk.
India's version of Uber, Ola Cabs has app-enabled smart taxis and auto-rickshaws plying Amritsar round the clock.
Has connections to major Indian cities, as well as some international destinations.
Private bus companies operate from near Gandhi Gate.