September 17, 2021

7 Best Attractive Places to Visit in Bundi


Top Tourist Attractions in Bundi

Bundi is a city in Rajasthan’s Hadoti region in northwest India. Bundi is known for its antiquities, particularly its fort, which retains the glory of the city’s former Rajput kings. The Taragarh fort, which was erected in 1354 and features enormous battlements and ramparts, is situated on a high slope and has an outstanding stone construction. Bundi is well-known for its waterfalls.

Best Places to Visit in Bundi

  1. Raniji’s stepwell
  2. eighty-four pillar umbrella
  3. Nawal Sagar Lake
  4. Chitrashala
  5. Sukhmahal and Jetsagar Lake
  6. Taragarh Fort
  7. Keshavarayapatan

Best Time to Visit Bundi


 How to Reach Bundi

By flight

If you wish to get to Bundi by air, the closest airport is Jaipur, which is around 150 kilometres away. You can use the cab service till you reach Bundi.

Nearest Airport: Jaipur International Airport (JAI) – 156 kms from Bundi

By road

If you’re travelling inside Rajasthan, Bundi is simple to access because it’s well connected by both state-run and private buses to numerous towns in Rajasthan, such as Jaipur, Ajmer, and Kota, as well as places in neighbouring Indian states, such as Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Jaipur and Bundi are 206 kilometres apart. Bundi is well linked to Tonk, Bundi, Kota, and Jabalpur by NH 12 from Jaipur.

By train

If you want to go by train, the closest station is in Kota, which is 35 kilometres distant from Bundi. A cab ride from Kota to Bundi will cost around Rs 500 from the station. Kota is well connected to a number of important cities via train.

Local transport in Bundi

Language should not be an issue because the inhabitants speak both English and Hindi. Commuting options include renting a vehicle, using an auto rickshaw, or taking a bus. You can simply locate tour guides to assist you in your exploration of the city. There are phone booths, fax machines, internet, and postal services available for use.

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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