September 17, 2021

14 Amazing Places to See in Alwar

Alwar

Top Tourist Attractions in Alwar

Alwar is a city in Rajasthan, a state in northern India. Alwar City Palace, which dates from 1793, features a courtyard with marble pavilions on lotus-shaped bases, as well as a museum with rare manuscripts. It’s just close to the Moosi Maharani Chhatri shrine, which is made of marble and sandstone. The Bala Qila fort, with marble pillars and latticed balconies, is reached by a difficult route. Southwest of Alwar is the Sariska Tiger Reserve. The district is between 27°34′ and 28°4′ north latitudes and 76°7′ and 77°13′ east longitudes in Rajasthan’s north-east.
It is bordered on the north and north-east by Haryana’s Gurgaon and Bharatpur districts, on the north-west by Haryana’s Mahendragarh district, on the south by Sawai- Madhopur and Jaipur districts, and on the south by Rajasthan’s Sawai- Madhopur and Jaipur districts.

Best Places to Visit in Alwar

  1. Bala Quila:
  2. Vijay Mandir Palace:
  3. Siliserh Lake:
  4. Sariska (35 Kms):
  5. Sariska Palace:
  6. Sariska Tiger Reserve & National Park:
  7. Ajabgarh-Bhangarh:
  8. City Palace:
  9. Moosi Maharani Ki Chhatri:
  10. Bhartrihari Baba Temple:
  11. Company Garden:
  12. Neelkanth Temple:
  13. Jaisamand Lake:
  14. Neemrana:

Best Time to Visit Alwar

Anytime

How to Reach Alwar

By Air:

The closest airports to Alwar are Delhi Airport (163 kilometres) and Jaipur Airport (165 kilometres).

By Road:       

Alwar is also easily accessible by car. It is connected to tourism sites including as Delhi, Sariska, Bharatpur, Deeg, and Jaipur via well-maintained highways.

By Rail:

Alwar is connected to Delhi, Jaipur, and other significant tourist destinations in India by the railway network.

Local-Transport:

Autos, Tempos, and Alwar Vahinis are the most convenient modes of transportation both inside the city and to nearby areas. You may also seek for bike rickshaws to go around the city, which are readily accessible and considerably less expensive than other means of transportation.

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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