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Top Attractions


Neemrana Fort:

The magnificent Neemrana Fort is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Although the fort has now been converted into a heritage hotel, its old charm and beauty have been kept intact making it a popular tourist attraction. After being reincarnated into a heritage hotel, the old ruins of the Neemrana Fort have been delicately restored and reconstructed. The rooms of the hotel are furnished with a sundry combination of modern and traditional Indian furniture. The majestic natural beauty surrounding the hillocks of the Neemrana fort along with exuberant Vinay Vilas Mahal signifying the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan are an ideal travel destination. The fort is surrounded by the majestic Aravalli mountains which is horse shoe shaped.



Vinay Vilas Mahal:  

The Vinay Vilas Mahal also popularly known as the City Palace was the official residence of the erstwhile rulers of Alwar. Portraying breathtaking combination of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, the Mahal now has a dedicated museum section adorning gold throne and other historically important artifacts. The central hall of the Vinay Vilas Mahal known as the Durbar Hall holds the collection of age old weapons compiled with a breathtaking mirror decorative background. Although one small portion of the Vinay Vilas Mahal is used by the government of Rajasthan and its tourism board, the overall ambience of the Mahal is kept untouched making it an immensely wonderful tourist attraction.



Sariska National Park:

Neemrana town acts as the base camp or the starting point for the Sariska National Park which is one of India’s oldest tiger reserve. Historically used as a popular hunting destination by erstwhile rulers of Neemrana and Alwar, the Sariska National Park is now offers sightseeing and excursion opportunities for the wildlife enthusiasts. The Sariska National Park includes in its denomination rare and varied species of flora and fauns. Some of the important species of animals found in the park include the Royal Bengal Tiger, leopard and jungle cat, the park also is the home to popular Sambhar, Nilgai and other four horned antelope species.



Bala Quila:

The Bala Quila also known as the Bala Fort is a massively built fort structure on top of the Aravli hillocks. The fort measuring 5 kilometers from North to South, and 2 Kilometers from East to West is said to have protected many Mughal kings and princes during their journeys or exiles. Along with its historical relevance, the Bala Quila also gives a great insight in the tough medieval life of ruling kings and their adversaries.



Siliserh Lake:

The Siliserh Lake is a picturesque picnic spot covering more than 10.5 square Kilometers. Also known as the Lake palace, the Siliserh Lake is said to have been built in 1845 by Maharaja Vinay Singh for his beloved wife.It is an ideal picnic spot in the area offering pleasant boating opportunities.