The Alwar tour is a journey that begins with the sun rising over Aravalli Hills and ends at the banks of the mighty Yamuna. From fort to palace, village to palace gardens and Sajjan Garh fort to a museum, this tour covers all four of Alwar's most important places – but only if you travel with us. Alwar is well-known for dry fruits, spices and delicacies.
Here, you can explore the Alwar tour by heading to the best tourist places in Alwar. You just might get hooked by their good taste of food, delicious dishes and snacks offered in these places that have been loved and cherished by locals. These places have so many fascinating stories behind them and the hospitality they offer is unmatched.
The history of the city of Alwar lies in its geographical location with the setting up of a huge fort at the top of a hill. The place is famous for serving food to people and hence has earned itself the name "BALA QILA". It's Bala Qila, a place famous for its historical importance and has been known by many different names like "Royal Gate". This place is located in the middle of two valleys, in between Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh State.
ALWAR CITY PALACE
ALWAR CITY PALACE is an extraordinary destination that offers a blend of grandeur and elegance. It is one of the country's finest hotels in Rajasthan and North India and has displayed exemplary hospitality over the last year. The hotel offers first class services and facilities including scrumptious food, impeccable decor and ambience, distinguished guest rooms, state-of-the-art Spa offering rejuvenating treatments based on Ayurveda, Lifestyle packages for well-being.
THE PALACE MUSEUM
The Palace Museum Alwar is located on the bank of river Kiacha. It was built in the memory of Maharaja 'Shri' Dungar Singh Ji by his wife Gulab Rai Bai Jodha, who was born here in 1737. The palace museum Alwar gives us a feeling of olden days and has undergone many changes in its construction phase and remodelling. This museum houses a collection of rare artifacts from all over India and the world. The Palace Museum Alwar has interesting exhibits such as paintings, sculptures and antiques that reflect the state's rich history.
MOOSI MAHARANI cenotaph ALWAR has a dome and has been built during the reign of Maharaja Sir Vikramjeet Singh. The main entrance of the cenotaph is through a corridor from west which leads to a courtyard with rooms, full of statues and guards.
In 1650, its founder Maharaja Ram Singh built this fort as his life-size fortress. The atmosphere around it is peaceful and serene with many waterfalls around the place making it a heaven for nature lovers.
FATEH JUNG GUMBAD
The tomb of Mohammad Fakhruddin, popularly known as Fateh Jung is a magnificent blend of Hindu and Muslim architectural styles. Constructed from high quality sandstone and marble, this tomb is beautiful to look at and is dedicated to the memory of Fakhruddin named 'Fateh Jung'. The massive dome can be seen from afar while the minarets serve as a perfect backdrop to this majestic structure.
The concept of adding a summer house to an existing walled garden came. Sheodan Singh also built a pavilion, which he called his Tangarini Ghanta ki Baari or Pavilion at the End of the Garden, where he enjoyed reading and writing poetry.
HILL FORT KESROLI
Hill Fort Kesroli is located in the northern part of Alwar district, with a slope on the south-western side. This fort has been constructed in the shape of a hillock and has been built by Rajputs. The hill fort can be seen from distance because of its tall hillocks. At some places, tourists can observe hundreds of trees within the area dominated by shrubs and grasslands.
Pandu pol alwar is famous for its culture, art and heritage.Pandu Pol is a unique place because it hosts different cultures under one roof which makes Pandu Pol different from other cities in India. Though this place has many tourist attractions but still held by their roots.