Things to see and do - Alwar
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Alwar Travel guide
Alwar : Michelin's recommendations
Located in a splendid natural setting away from large urban centres, Alwar is spared the frenetic pace of the modern world. The fiefdom of Rajput Pratap Singh, it has preserved a royal palace built at the end of the 18C, which has been partly converted into a museum. Near the palace, admire the cenotaph of the Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh, a fine work made from red granite and white marble. Make sure you find time to visit the Sariska reserve to explore the former royal hunting grounds.
Tourist attractions Alwar : Things to see and do
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Built in 1815 by his son, the cenotaph of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh is also known as the Rani Mausi ki Chhatri, in honour of the widow who sacrificed herself on her husband's funeral pyre. The red sandstone of the ground floor, which is studded with s..
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Built in the 18C by the Rajput Pratap Singh, who made Alwar an independent kingdom, the royal palace is a mix of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles. Housing several administrative offices, the palace is also home to a small, slightly old-fashione..
Village Burja, Rajgarh Road IND - Alwar 301001
Offering an ethnic and traditional Rajasthani architecture and located just 1 km away from the second largest artificial lake of India, Jaisamand Lake, Hotel Burja Haveli features a lush garden at its entrance and free Wi-Fi throughout the property. ..
1 CEB, Near Railway Station IND - Alwar 301001
Offering an outdoor swimming pool, a business centre and a meeting/banqueting space, Aravali Hotel – Managed by UNA is situated in the Sariska Tiger Reserve. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Equipped with a tea/coffee maker, the air-..