Places to visit
History says that Bharatpur was built by Maharaja Suraj Mal Singh in 1733 AD. However, at that time he might have not known that his founded town will achieve global acclaim and will find space in UNESCO's list of World Heritage Site. Today, Bharatpur in Brij area of Rajasthan houses the remains of 11th century AD along with the well preserved and Unesco–listed Keoladeo Ghana National Park. On one hand, it is the winter stopover point for migratory birds and on the other, it is a photographer's paradise that gives a brilliant chance to click the varied flora and fauna's innocence.
Beauty of Bharatpur is not restricted to forests and wildlife. It goes beyond the remains of ancient India. Before planning a trip to this historically and naturally rich region in the desert state of Rajasthan, you should make a list of places to visit in Bharatpur
. Missing on any of its attraction might keep you in a state of dilemma. However, some of the splendid Bharatpur attractions
that take you back to its past and again paint an image of its promising future are:
- Keoladeo National Park
- Lohagarh Fort
- The Palace
- Government Museum
- Ganga Mandir
Its otherwise dusty, noisy and rustic environment has a unique charm. Its close proximity to Delhi, Agra and Mathura makes it one of the most favoured weekend getaways for people of these regions, especially those looking for peace and solitude. Availability of budget to luxury category hotels in Bharatpur
is an added advantage and therefore. Take a look at Goibibo's Bharatpur Travel Guide and get all details related to its attractions, hotels and weather conditions.
Weekend Getaways near Bharatpur