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How to Reach Alwar

Known for its unique diversity, Alwar is one of the most visited places of the state of Rajasthan. A prefect place to know the age old tradition and culture of Rajasthan, Alwar is visited by a huge number of tourists throughout the year. One of the prime reasons for Alwar to become a top tourist destination is its transportation system. The improved transportation of the city has erased the question how to reach Alwar.

Here is details about How to Reach Alway

 By Flight

One of the oldest cities of the Indian subcontinent, Alwar enjoys connection with the other parts of the country through rail, road and air. Both the airport of New Delhi and the airport of Jaipur are located in close vicinity of Alwar. While for the international tourists, the airport of Delhi, Indira Gandhi International Airport is the best option, the domestic travelers opt for the Jaipur airport for reaching Alwar.

 By Train

The railway station of Alwar lies in the center of the city. Alwar is well connected with cities like New Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Mumbai through its improved railways.

Apart from this, tourist can opt for the Fairy Queen to reach Alwar. Fairy Queen is the most ancient functional engine in the entire world. Starting from Delhi, Fairy Queen is famous for providing luxury and hospitality at its best. Though its takes around 3 to 4 hours to reach Alwar, the scenic beauty of Alwar is best enjoyed in this train ride.

The principal train connections that the tourist can avail of include

  • Shatabdi Express (New Delhi to Alwar to Ajmer)
  • Superfast Express (New Delhi to Alwar to Ajmer)
  • Mandore Express (Delhi to Alwar to Jaipur)
  • Intercity Express (Delhi to Alwar to Jodhpur)

 BY Rod

Alwar has an improved network of roadways. Regular bus services connect Alwar with other tourist destinations of Rajasthan and even Delhi. Some of the important locations that are connected with Alwar are Deeg, Bharatpur, Sariska and Jaipur. The roads are very well maintained.


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