Widely known as 'The Land of Tigers', Alwar lies on the borders of the Aravalli Range in Rajasthan. This city boasts of a magnificent past, which is further enhanced by the tales of bravery and sacrifice of its people in the days of yore. Alwar was a very important Rajput state that came under Mughal control in the 12th century. Maharana Pratap Singh, a Rajput ruler won it back in the 17th century and designed a state of his own.
Several citadels, beautiful lakes and colourful bazaars dot the entire landscape of Alwar, which attracts many travellers throughout the year. Alwar is also well-known for the famous Sariska Tiger Reserve, which is a place you must visit if you travel to Alwar. However, the best time to travel to Alwar is from October to March.
Certain famous tourist attractions you could visit if you will travel to Alwar are itemized below.
Road: Buses and taxis connect Alwar to Delhi (155 km) and Jaipur (146). To travel locally cycle-rickshaws and tongas (horse drawn carriages) are straightforwardly available.
Rail: Alwar has a number of regular trains that connect it to Delhi and other parts of the destinations.
Air: Jaipur is the nearest airport, which has regular flights to and from Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Udaipur.
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