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Alwar Travel Destinations

One of the princely towns in Royal Rajasthan, Alwar, is famous for the adventurous nature of the people out there. Alwar was previously ruled by the Mughals. But later Maharaha Pratap Singh won it over in the late 17th century and established this city as his principality. The most beautiful part of this lace is that it is surrounded all over by the hill ranges of Aravali and this makes it look exquisitely beautiful. The climate of this place is very extreme as it is in the rest part of Rajasthan. In summers you can experience a temperature up to 37 degrees. But in winter it can even go up to 11 degrees. So if you are planning to visit it the best time you can pick is between September to March. You will be able to enjoy it the most because summers are just unbearable.

Monuments / Historical Places/ Sightseeing in Alwar

The fort is the biggest attraction of this city. It symbolizes the royal flavor of the Rajasthan which makes it look more beautiful. It was constructed by the former ruler, The Mughals. It has been a very controversial place yet it is not blocked by the government. There are many wonderful stories related to this fort that you will get to hear when you visit it.

After that you have Vinay Vilas Mahal. Well, this is yet another tourist destination for which Alwar is popular. The main thing that lures people towards this palace is the architecture. The carvings and the walls of this place have a blend of both Royal Rajputs as well as Majestic Mughals. This makes it different from the other palaces.

You also have a government museum here where you can find exquisite paintings and sculptures of the 18th and 19th centuries. A few uncommon manuscripts written in different languages including Urdu, Persian, Sanskrit, and also Arabic are seen here. You also have beautiful gardens in this museum. One is the garden of roses profoundly known as Gulidtan and the other is Boston, its garden of Spring.

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Alwar is generally safe for tourists, but it's advisable to take standard precautions like safeguarding belongings and avoiding isolated areas, especially at night.

Yes, visitors can enjoy camel safaris in the desert, explore the haunted Bhangarh Fort, witness the vibrant local culture during festivals like Teej and Gangaur, and shop for traditional Rajasthani handicrafts and textiles.

Alwar offers a variety of delicious Rajasthani cuisine, including dal bati churma, pyaaz ki kachori, gatte ki sabzi, and malai ghewar.