Bala Quila Fort stands majestically about 1000 feet above the Alwar city. This fort in Alwar has 15 large and 51 small towers and the entire structure is adorned with marble columns and lattice window balconies.
Famous for the historical ruins and the ghost stories, Bhangarh Fort has been regarded as the most haunted place in the country. It is located on the way between Jaipur and Delhi. As soon as you enter through the main gate of this ruined fort in Alwar, also known as Bhoot Bangla, it gives a chill down your spine. Within the fort, there are temples, palaces, and Havelis.
The Hill Fort Kesroli is one of the rare heritage forts in Alwar which has been converted into a hotel. The fort has been in existence since the 14th century. Hill Fort-Kesroli is a great holiday choice for those looking for a relaxing weekend getaway from Delhi.
An erstwhile royal palace and hunting lodge, Siliserh Lake palace has been converted into a heritage hotel owned by Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC).
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Sariska Palace was the poaching lodge of the Maharaja of Alwar. The palace is much admired for its architectural grandeur and natural surroundings.
City palace also known as Vinay Vilas Mahal, an architectural marvel and a lovely mix of Mughal and Rajasthani design, gives you a glimpse of the royal life style.
Situated at a distance of 10 kilometres from the centre of the city of Alwar, Vijay Mandir Palace is said to have been built as a result of the whims of the eccentric King, Maharaja Jai Singh who was a patron of art and architecture and had a passion for beautiful palaces.
Chhatris are commonly used to depict the elements of pride and honour in the Rajput architecture of Rajasthan. The royal cenotaph of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh and his Queen Rani Moosi, this striking monument is placed outside the main palace building. It is a beautiful red sandstone and white marble cenotaph of the rulers of Alwar.
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