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Alwar Tourism

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About Alwar


During the commendable journey that starts right from Delhi and ends at Rajasthan, Alwar is the first city that a traveller passes through. Alwar is considered to be the destination with ultimate serenity, no pollution and good number of majestic forts as well as heritage Havelis. It has a charm that has been hailing from the bygone era and its beauty is landlocked by the mighty Aravali Hills. The concluding point of Fairy Queen’s ultimate journey, the Gateway city of Rajasthan, Alwar is truly a heartthrob! Referred as the oldest city in Rajasthan, this marvellous site is also entailed as the place where Pandavas spent their exile’s 13th year. 


Location

The distance between Delhiā€™s south and Alwar is approximately 150 km and also, 150 km away from the Northern Jaipur. It would take around 4 hours from Delhi to reach Alwar.

Places to see in Alwar

Alwar Fort
Commonly recognized as the Bala Quila Fort, the Alwar Fort is located amidst a steep hill that is spotted at an elevation of 300 from the Alwar city. Built prior to the commencement of the notable Mughal era, this fort was established during the 16th century. While getting to know about this attraction, people are going to come across many historical connections associated with it. 

As entailed, this huge setup was once used by Babur to avoid and protect himself from his enemies. Later, it was taken over and looked after by Rana Pratap Singh during 1775. The place is opened for its tourists right from sunrise till sunset and thus, they can enjoy the beautiful sceneries from up there whenever they feel like. This beautiful tourist attraction in Alwar has often been regarded as Alwar’s guardian as well as the oldest creation and thus, it has already added up to the curiosity of the visitors who are intending to come here. 

Alwar City Palace 
The majorly renowned Alwar City Palace is spotted right below the gigantic Bala Quila and the foothills of Aravalli. It was created in the 18th century showcasing the most perfect fusion of Rajput and the Mughal architecture. No doubt on this, the travellers are going to get awestruck with the finest beauty that they will be witnessing here. There is an existence of a man- made lake in the vicinity of the City palace that is pristine at its utmost. 

The lake was formed by Maharaja Vinay Singh in 1815 and is presently the most beautiful thing existing in the palace. Within the Vinay Vilas Mahal, the traveller will have a sight of an elevated pavilion with its shape resembling as a door acting as an epitome of honour and pride associated by the Rajputs.  Presently, there is a historic museum created on the other floors except the first one since it is used as the government offices. The museum exhibits varied treasures such as furniture and the manuscripts used during the reign period of Mughal and Rajput kings.  

Siliserh Lake Palace 
The Siliserh Lake is the most convenient place for a person to relax and spend some time full of serenity while listening to the sound of moving waves arising from the lake. This water body is extended across a wide area of 7 square kilometres and you can have a heart stealing view of the same from the ravishing Siliserh Lake Palace. People from all across India frequently travel to this spot for staying away from the hustle bustle of their city and get a pinch of refreshment here.

Bordering the water reservoir is the Siliserh Lake Palace that is responsible for the creation of fun activities nearby this lake. It has now been converted into a heritage hotel and thus, it has now been acting as a perfect accommodation for the travellers who need to spend their time amidst the Aravali hills. The property is located at a distance of approximately 16 kms from Alwar and is now preferred by abundant roamers to cool off their minds from the excessive heat in other regions. 

Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary 
Also known as the Sariska Tiger Reserve, the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is settled in the mighty Aravali Hills and is spread across a huge expansion of 800 sq. km. It covers a notable space covering the dry deciduous forests, rocky landscapes, rugged terrains and grasslands. During the ancient days, it played the role of a hunting preservation for the very renowned ‘Maharaja of Alwar’. 

The National Park is a home to the Royal Bengal Tigers and other very rare as well as common species like Wild dog, Jackal, Tiger, Hyena etc. However, not only are the wildlife species spotted here, the travellers also see the ruins belonging to Garh-Rajor’s temples known to have existed during 10th and 11th centuries. Since many years, this wildlife sanctuary has been declared amongst the most visited Natural reserves in India due to its peaceful environment, strong historical background, and a truly exquisite wildlife experience. Thus, this is not solely a perfect place for the nature enthusiasts, instead it is also the most favoured one by the history buffs. 
 


How to Reach Alwar

By Air : Nearest airport is Sanganer Airport, Jaipur.


By Rail : Alwar Station is well-connected to Delhi and Jaipur by the Ajmer Shatabdi and the Jammu-Delhi and the Delhi-Jaisalmer express trains.


By Bus : Alwar is well-connected to the capital by the Bhiwadi-Alwar toll road.


Population

There are about 300,000 people presently residing in Alwar.

Climate And Weather

Weather in Alwar is quite moderate as compared to other regions in Rajasthan and beyond. There is an existence of dry climate in Alwar all around the year. This means that summertime here is too hot with temperature between 23 degrees to 41 degrees Celsius, but too as much as the other Rajasthan’s regions and the winters are cold with temperature ranging in between 8 degrees and 23 degrees Celsius. May is the hottest month and January is the coldest one. The monsoons here are too short with an average rainfall of 57.77 cm recorded annually. 


Getting Around Alwar

In order to travel to other nearby cities and villages from Alwar, there are a good number of Government buses provided by the Government of Rajasthan. 

Also, for indulging in the sightseeing tour of Alwar, the travellers can opt for the auto-rickshaws, cycle rickshaws and Tongas. 

Renting a car for travelling to places is also the best option for the tourists in Alwar. You can hire a vehicle either for a full or a half day.


Where to stay in Alwar

Getting a good and satisfactory accommodation in Alwar is not at all a complex task and this is because, there are many staying options available at this destination. Whether you are a budgeted traveller or intending to travel in a luxurious manner, there will be a perfect accommodation match for you here. There are many hotels in this beautiful city for you to choose from. 

This means that in order to spend some time with nature, you can choose to stay in the resorts and for getting a luxurious pinch along with ethnicity, you are free to opt for the Heritage Havelis prevalent here.