Alwar Sightseeing Tours
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.
Alwar City Palace
The City Palace is an amazing fusion of the Rajputana and Islamic styles of architecture with graceful marble pavilions set on lotus flower bases in the central courtyard.
The Bala Qila, famous for its history was built on the foundations of a 10th century mud fort and is a towering structure set atop a hill having entrances from six gates.
The Palace Museum
It was built in the memory of Maharaja 'Shri' Dungar Singh Ji by his wife Gulab Rai Bai Jodha and has undergone many changes in its construction phase and remodeling.
Fateh Jung Gumbad
Spectacular tomb is a combination of domes and minarets is an artistic marvel. It's massive dome can be seen from afar and is a blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture. It is dedicated to Fateh Jung.
Moosi Maharani Mahal
Situated outside the main palace of Alwar, built during the time of Maharaja Sir Vikramjeet Singh, this cenotaph contains a dome. Its upper section is made up of marble domes and pavilions with columns.
The garden that was conceptualized and constructed in 1868. A picturesque place, locally known as Simla (the Summer House) was added to this garden to provide respite from the blazing sun.
Hill Fort Kesroli
This 14th century fort is best known for its turrets, ramparts and arched verandas. It was built by the Yaduvanshi Rajputs, who are said to be descendants of Lord Krishna. Today, the fort has been converted into a heritage hotel.
Fort was built by the Yaduvanshis, believed to be the descendants of Lord Krishna. Its story is rife with conquests and defeats and it has passed from the Rajputs to the Mughals and the Jats, before finally coming back to the Rajputs.
A trail through the Sariska Sanctuary gate leads to this temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. At the Pandu Pol or Pandu gate, gushes a spring that appears to magically cascade down from the hard and compact rocks.