Alwar City - Attractions
Alwar City Palace
Alwar City Palace, now turned into the District Collectorate, houses grand halls, government office chambers, elegant marble pavilions and lotus flower bases in the courtyard. The palace was built on the foothills of the Aravalli Range in 1793 by Raja Bakhtawar Singh and features Rajput and Islamic styles of architecture. The palace has also been transformed into a museum that has historic armour, furniture, manuscripts and more, on display.
Hill Fort Kesroli
Built by the Yaduvanshi Rajputs in the 14th century, Hill Fort Kesroli is a beautiful towering fort that features turrets, ramparts and mind-blowing architecture. Through the centuries, it has been conquered by the Mughals, the Jats and finally the Rajputs. It has now been converted into the spectacular heritage hotel, Neemrana’s Hill Fort Kesroli.
Silliserh is a shimmering lake surrounded by thick forests and hills, established in 1845 as a water source for the city of Alwar. There is a tourist bungalow right beside the lake that was originally constructed by Maharaja Vinay Singh as a hunting chalet for his Queen.
Sariska Wildlife Safari
Sariska Wildlife Safari is an adventurous activity that one can indulge in to be at one with nature. The dense green forests along with the hills and valleys make it a picturesque location where you can spot wildlife in their natural element. Sariska houses ruins of pavilions and temples, and the highly inaccessible Kankwadi Fort that hints at the past riches and glory.
Bala Quila Fort
Bala Quila is a renowned fort in Alwar, surrounded by thick forests and diverse floral and faunal eco-systems. There is a Bala Quila Safari route as well that provides its visitors with amazing views of the hills and forests, and the opportunity to spot wildlife, such as hyenas, leopards, sambhar deers and more.
Fateh Jung Gumbad
Fateh Jung Gumbad is an enormous tomb, housing a combination of domes and minarets and featuring gracefully intricate Hindu and Muslim architecture. Constructed using high-grade sandstone, it was dedicated to Fateh Jung, a minister of the Mughal Empire.
Garbhaji Falls is a cascading beauty that attracts many foreign and local tourists with its breathtaking views. This alluring setting is a great spot for photographers and nature lovers to relax and gaze at the marvels of the natural ecosystem.
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