September 19, 2021

9 Top Places to Visit in Jalna


Top Tourist Attractions in Jalna

Jalna is a city in Maharashtra, India, located in the Jalna district of the Aurangabad Division, or Marathwada area. Before Jalna district was created on May 1, 1981, it was part of Hyderabad State as a tehsil of Aurangabad district.

Best Places to Visit in Jalna

  1. Jalna Fort, Jalna
  2. Moti Lake, Jalna
  3. Chhatrapati Sambhaji Garden, Jalna
  4. Ghanewadi Lake
  5. Shree Ganesh Temple, Rajur
  6. Guru Ganesh Tapodham
  7. Matsyodari Devi Temple, Ambad
  8. Jamb Samartha, Ghansawangi
  9. Mazaar-E-Maulai Noorudin Saheb

Best Time to Visit Jalna


How to Reach Jalna

Jalna is a tiny town in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra. It has a total area of 7718 km2. Jalgaon district is to the north, Parbhani and Buldhana districts are to the east, Beed district is to the south, and Aurangabad district is to the west. Shree Ganesh, Mastyodari Devi, Jamb Samarth, Ghansawangi Tq, Jalicha Dev, Anand Swami, Mamma Devi, Kali Masjid, and Guru Ganesh Bhavan are just a few of the must-see Jalna attractions.

The Chikkalthana Airport is 51 kilometres away from Jalna. It is a public airport in the Indian city of Aurangabad. Passengers may choose from a variety of airlines that provide their prestigious services. Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Nanded are just a few of the cities served by this airport’s aviation services. You may board trains to many places throughout the country from Jalna Railway Station. The town is also well connected by a well-functioning highway system.


There is no airport in Jalna. Chikkalthana Airport is the closest airport. Jalna, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, is 64 kilometres from Chikkalthana Airport (IXU).

Jalna64 km away from Chikkalthana Airport (IXU), Aurangabad, Maharashtra


Jalna is easily accessible by train from all of the country’s main cities.

Railway Station : Jalna (J)


Jalna is served by frequent buses from all of the country’s main cities.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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