Alwar



Alwar is among the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan. Known as the gateway of Rajasthan , Alwar is located in the northern part of the state. Spreading over an area of 237 meters Alwar boasts of a rich cultural heritage and historic background.

Situated at a distance of 160 km from Delhi, Alwar happens to be a part of the National Capital Region.

Steeped in history and mythology Alwar attracts tourists from all parts of the globe. Perfectly reflecting the colorful hues of Rajasthan; witnessing the rule of several dynasties and cultures.

If you want to visit the city then the best time to do so is during the winters as the summers are hot and dry in this part of the country. The ideal time to pay a visit to Alwar is from the months of September to February.




Last Updated on 19 December 2011







     


     

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