September 19, 2021

13 Best Places to Visit in Chittorgarh


Top Tourist Attractions in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan

Chittorgarh is called after its most imposing building, the Chittorgarh Fort, which is stretched across 700 acres and rises atop a 180-meter-high hill. Chittorgarh, or Chittorgarh, is India’s largest garh (fort), and it’s definitely worth rearranging your itinerary to see.

Best Places to Visit in Chittorgarh

  1. Chittorgarh Fort
  2. Kalika Mata Temple
  3. Vijay Stambha
  4. Kirti Stambh
  5. Jain temple at Kirtistambha
  6. Jain Kirti Stambha
  7. Rana Kumbha’s Palace
  8. Rani Padmini’s Palace
  9. Shri Sanwariaji Temple
  10. Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary
  11. Nagri
  12. Barolo
  13. Menal

Best Time to Visit Chittorgarh


 How to Reach Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh by Road

Chittorgarh is well connected by road to the rest of India. Chittorgarh City is crossed by the Golden Quadrilateral Road Project and the North-South-East-West corridor expressways. Chittorgarh’s bus station (bus depot) is positioned in the middle of the ancient and modern city. For Delhi, Mumbai, Ahamadbad, Ajmer, Bundi, Kota, Udaipur, and other important cities, there are good bus services (both private and government).

The Rajasthan Roadways and Transport Corporation (RSRTC) provides excellent service for visiting Chittorgarh and its environs. Pink Line, Silver Line, and Sleeper Coaches are some of Rajasthan Roadways’ premium services (Gray Line).

Chittorgarh by Train

The Chittorgarh railway station is an important western Indian railway junction. All major north Indian cities, including Mumabi, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Udaipur, Jaipur, and Kota, have direct train connections.

Chittorgarh by Air

Udaipur International Airport is the closest (Dabok Airport). The airport is 70 kilometres from Chittorgarh and is connected to New Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai by daily air service.

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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