Rajasthan is illustrious for marked abandon area but perhaps Alwar is the only position where plants guidelines the scenery. Alwar was a mainly a Rajput Empire that came under Islamic control during Thirteenth -18th millennium.Maharaja Pratap Singh, a Kuchhwaha Rajput, in 1771 A.D. from the group of Jaipur’s kings, won back Alwar and established a principality of his own.
Amanbagh Amanbagh is a contemporary retreat paying elegant homage to the architecture and design of India's golden age. The resort comprises a main building that rises over three levels.
Bhangarh The site seems the perfect place to pack a picnic lunch and retire to. The recently restored evocative medieval bazaar is a truly fascinating experience.
Bharathari A throubbing pilgrimage centre which revolves around the legend of King Bharathari who wandered about in exile. In this region in panance for his suspicions against his younger brother Vikramaditya (renowned king of Malwa).
City Palace (Vinay Vilas Palace) A blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, the City Palace of Alwar dates back to the 18th Century. Presently, in the ground floor of the palace, government offices and district courts are functioning.
City Palace MuseumThe City Palace (Vinay Vilas Mahal) houses a museum in its upper story floors, known as the Government Museum. The museum also has a rich collection of some rare and antique Persian, Arabic, Urdu and Sanskrit manuscripts.
Company GardenThe garden has an enchanting setting called 'Shimla' which was built by Maharaja Mangal Singh in 1885 A.D. The lush surrounding and the cool shades make it the idyllic visiting spot during summers.
Fateh Jung ka Gumbaj Fateh Jung was a minister in the court of the Mughal Emperor Shajahan. The cenotaph of this great combatant is well recognized as an artistic marvel.
Hope Circus Hope Circus is a monument situated almost midway between Alwar Railway Station and Alwar City Palace. Named after Miss Hope, daughter of the then Viceroy of India - Lord Linlithgow, it is one of the major tourist attractions in Alwar.
Jai Pol The youngest kingdom of the Rajput clan, Alwar presents so many marvelous stony structures and the Bala Quila outshines all of them. A colossal fort, which reflects excellent artistry and caliber, Bala Quila is the most fascinating lure in this pebbly locale.
Jai Samand Lake 6-km from the city, Jaisamand Lake makes a beautiful artificial lake constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1910 AD; a popular spot for outings and picnics.
Karni Mata's TempleOne of the remarkable sacred spots in entire India itself, Karni Mata temple boast of a unique tradition. Built in the late Mughal style, this temple is dedicated to Karni Mata, a ferocious incarnation of Kali.
Moosi Rani's TombA chhatri built in memory of Moosi Rani, wife of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh, is magnificent. It took nine years(1804 A.D. to 1813 A.D.) to complete the construction of the tank.
Moti Doongri The palace at the uphill was a small fortress earlier and it was renovated by Sawai Man Singh II. It was the residence of the Rajmatha, Gayathri Devi. Monti Doongri palace is built in the style of a Scottish castle and its peculiar architecture is worth mentioning.
NaldeshwarNaldeshwar is a picturesque locale, which is renowned for an ancient Mahadeva Temple. This lovely village is bounded by pebbly peaks and natural vegetations and it offers a mesmerizing charm during monsoon.
Natni ka Baran A tiny and remote village in Alwar, Natani Ka Baran is famed for an ancient Lord Shiva Temple. This beautiful village gives a clear picture about the rustic village life of the desert state. Natni Ka Baran is a much-desired location of pious as well as the challenge lovers.
Neelkanth Temples Neelkanth Temples in Alwar are among the several tourist attractions that lie within the world famous Sariska National Park. Though the ancient temples of Neelkanth today lie in a wrecked state, they remind of the glorious history of the bygone era and are worth a visit during your tour to Alwar city.
Neemrana Fort On the main road between Delhi-Jaipur, this Chauhan stronghold nestles in a horseshoe-shaped cleft in the hills. The fort, built over different periods of its history, is picturesque, and has recently been restored.
NogazaAn arduous, bumpy drive of 8 Kms. taking off from Tehla Village is very well compensatd by an overwhelming view of ruins of several ten centuries old, fabulously carved temple which stand studded on a small hillock surrounded on all sides by forest covered hills.
Pandu Pole Hanuman Temple It was built by Saint Nirbhaya Das Ji before 5000 years. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. There is a mythological water stream near the temple.
Sagar A marvellous chhatri with unusual Bengali roof and arches, also known as the Moosi Maharani ki chhatri, is situated in this are Purjan.
Sariska National Park (Sariska Tiger Reserve)This is the nearest Tiger Reserve and spans over 800 kms of forests. The tiger reserve is a home to some of the best known wildlife sanctuaries. The tiger reserve is a home to some of the best known wildlife sanctuaries.
Sariska Palace Sariska Place built in 1892 - 1900 as a hunting camp by the erstwhile ruler of the Alwar is now a luxury hotel.
Siliserh Located 13 kms from the city of Alwar, the enchanting Siliserh Lake was built in 1845 AD by Maharaja Vinay Singh for his Queen Shila .
St Andrew's Church The former strong hold of the mighty Rajputs were a dream destination for the English and when this pretty place came under their control, they began to construct many buildings and monuments.
Tavriksha A thriving holy place where people throng in large gathering, Talvriksha in the Narayanjii Road needs special mention. It is situated at the northern periphery of the famous Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. A devout center bounded by deep forest and verdant greenery, Talvriksha gives a soothing feeling to not only the pious people but also to those who came there to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.
The Bala Fort (Alwar Fort) The fort was built by Hasan Khan Mewati in 1550 A.D. It passed from the Mughals, to the Marathas, to the Jats, till it was finally captured by the Kachhwaha Rajputs.
Vijay Mandir Palace A picturesque lake overlooking the palace makes it a fascinating sight. A fabulous Sita Ram Temple in the palace attracts number of devotees, especially during Ramnavami.