If you are thinking of celebrating weekend holidays around Rajasthan, then this is the perfect destination

If you are thinking of celebrating weekend holidays around Rajasthan, then this is the perfect destination

Rajasthan: Everyone is fond of long drives. For this, people are looking for the perfect destination. However, the drive should be a few hours. Due to this, people like to travel to the cities around them. If you too are looking for such places. 

Where you reach a few hours' drives, you can celebrate the weekend holiday in Rajasthan. There are many cities in Rajasthan, which are known for their historical heritage and culture. Let's know-


If you want to go on a long drive, then you can visit Alwar. The distance from Delhi to Alwar is 167 kilometers. It is a center of attraction for tourists. Neemrana Palace in Alwar is popular as a holiday spot for tourists in and around Rajasthan. Also tell that this city also has Bala Fort, which is also known as Alwar Fort. 

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Raja Bakhtawar Singh built the City Palace alias Vinay Vilas Palace of Alwar. It is also a center of attraction. Apart from this, in the Aravalli hills of Alwar, there is the Sariska Tiger Reserve, a national park, which is just a few kilometers away from the city. There is also Bhangarh Fort, which is also called Hunted Place. You can go to these places.


Jaipur is popular worldwide as Pink City. This is the perfect destination around Delhi. There are many historical sites including Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, City Palace, Albert Hall Museum, Johri Bazaar. Weekend holidays can be celebrated in these places.


If you are going from Delhi to Pushkar Bai Road, then its distance is about 402 kilometers. Tourists do visit Pushkar after visiting Jaipur. Pushkar is the only place in the world. Where there is the temple of Lord Brahma. 

Pushkar is also famous for 52 ghats. Religious programs are performed at these ghats. Apart from this, you can also do street shopping and camel riding in Pushkar. Camel Fair (Camel Fair) is organized in Pushkar on the full moon and Diwali.


Bharatpur is called the gateway of the Northeast of Rajasthan. The distance from the country's capital Delhi to Bharatpur is 185 kilometers. The city houses the Keoladeo National Park, which is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The city is located at the confluence of the Banganga and Gambhir rivers.

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