Holiday in Alwar

Alwar is the world’s first big city to be situated 150 km south of Delhi and 150 km north of Jaipur when moving from Delhi to Rajasthan. Alwar is a tourism hub with strongholds such as Bhangarh Fort, coasts, nature reserves such as the Sariska Tiger Reserve, and the Haveli heritage. Alwar is a lovely city with rich culture and heritage, surrounded by the hills of Aravali. Alwar is one of the most fascinating places in Rajasthan, owing to its magnificent fort and its stunning City Palace, and the vibrant markets. The town is a wonderful weekend and is a famous tourist place.

How to reach Alwar

By Air: Alwar is located about 162 km from Alwar City, at Sanganer Airport, Jaipur. Alwar has links with many major cities like Udaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai, Jodhpur, and Delhi have been good. Flights to Delhi, Bangalore, and other major cities can be arranged from Jaipur.
By Rail: In the center of the city is the Alwar railway station. It has strong relations with other cities, such as New Delhi, Jodhpur, and Mumbai. Delhi offers mail, express, and super-fast links
By Road: Jaipur is 151 km away from Delhi and Chandigarh is 454 km away and Lucknow is 643 Km away. Alwar is very well served by Rajasthan State Transport Corporation, and some private travel services also connect with other cities such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Jodhpur, and Udaipur. Busses to Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, and other municipalities can be booked online.

Best time to visit Alwar

Summers in Alwar can get very hot with record temperatures of up to 50 ° C. It is
reasonably good from October until March. For Raksha Bandhan, people celebrate with dance contests and the sky looks like a sea with colorful waters. That may be a worthwhile sight to witness.

Famous tourist places to visit in Alwar

Bala Quila – Revive History
The quilt is also called; the fort of Alwar.” It is possibly the most popular tourist sights of Alwar, about 10 kilometers from Alwar Railway Station. In reality, the oldest structure in the town built by Hasan Khan Mewavati in 1550 A.D is ironically called Bala Quila or a young fort. The fort has a length of 5 km and a width of 1.5 km, spanning roughly 2 hours. It is one of the highlights of Alwar.
Timings: 10 am – 5 pm
Entry fee: Nil
Ideal duration: 2 hours
Things to do: Revive history
Famous for: Its impressive structure
City Palace – Feel like A Royal
The City Palace was designed by Raja Bakhtayar Singh in 1873 and is located just below the Bala Quila. It is one of the most renowned sites in Alwar to visit. The Mughal and Rajput architecture combine greatly to make it a popular destination to visit in Alvar, Rajasthan. This imposing structure consisting of 15 impressive towers, backed by 51 smaller towers, is beautifully covered with wall and ceiling mirrors.
Timings: 10 am – 4:30 pm
Entry fee: INR 5
Ideal duration: NA
Things to do: Witness a glimpse of the royal lifestyle
Famous for: Heritage and archaeology 
Siliserh Lake and Palace – A Gorgeous Picnic Spot
Next to the popular Alwar lake, the Siliserh palace is one of the best places to visit in Alwar. The lake here offers a magnificent picnic spot and a chance to sail. Now a historic hotel the palace is one of the biggest places to visit near Alwar and one of Rajasthan’s most beautiful places for a wonderful journey in January.
Timings: 8 am to 7 pm
Entry fee: Nil
Ideal duration: 1 to 2 hours
Things to do: Activities such as boating and fishing
Famous for: Offering a great picnic spot
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary – Explore the Wildlife
This sanctuary, which is also known as the Sariska Tiger Reserve is one of the best places to visit in Alwar and lies 36 km away from Alwar. The sanctuary is about 850 square meters in size. The topography is a rich km of herbs, dry lagoon woods, and cliffs. In the reserve, Kankwari Fort is also a popular destination.
Location: Subhash Chowk Station road malakhera, Alwar, Rajasthan 30140
Timings: 6 am – 9:30 pm
Entry fee: INR 75
Ideal duration: 2 to 3 hours
Things to do: Visit the famous attractions located inside the park
Famous for: Wide variety of flora and fauna
Vijay Mandir Palace – Marvel at The Architecture
Vijay Mandir Palace in Alwar and Rajasthan is one of the rare active palaces. This palace was built in 1918 by Maharaja Jai Singh in a design ship. Most of the architecture attracts visitors to this area and makes it one of Alwar’s best places to see. The vast palace has 105 rooms and its splendor is reflected on the Vijay Sagar Lake adjacent to it. The palace interiors are still under the Royal Family of Alwar and are not publicly available.
Timings: NA
Entry fee: Nil
Ideal duration: 1 to 2 hours
Famous for: Its historical importance

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