Plan an amazing trip to Gwalior with our affordable Gwalior Holiday Packages brought to you by Gwalior Holiday Tours Operators India. Our Gwalior Holiday Packages are flexible as per your requirement and covers all attraction points in order to give you a memorable trip. Gwalior is famous for its rich cultural heritage and hold great importance in Hindu’s religion. The place is a hotspot among local tourist. One will find innovative décor, colorful painted walls and forts depicting the maharaja’s life.
Basic Facts About Gwalior:
■ Ranked: Ranked 5 of 36 Madhya Pradesh Tourism Destinations
■ Famous for/as: Heritage forts
■ State: Madhya Pradesh
■ District: Gwalior
■ Altitude: 169 m
■ Language spoken: Hindi
■ Weather info: Summer 24 to 48°C, Winter 9 to 36°C
■ Pincode: 474001
■ STD code: 0751
Gwalior was founded by Maharaja Suraj sen in the 8TH A.D and later it became a permanent place for various religious practices. As per the archaeologist founding, the city has link back to middle Stone Age and Iron Age. At present, it is famous for its historical and architectural significance. One can witness spectacular monuments, glorious relics, cave painting and artifacts of ancient time. Gwalior also witnessed the legendary war between British Army and Rani Lakshmi Bai. The queen of Jhansi sought shelter at Gwalior fort, not willing to lose her territory she fought bravely.
Gwalior is “The city of Prince”. The people here are amazing and culture depicts the style and traditionalism of Madhya Pradesh. Away from the city crowd this is a bustling city lies above a hill subjugated by Gwalior Fort. Because of its architectural and historical significance, Gwalior is the important tourist destination attracting tourist around the world. As per the antique history, the city was known as Gopalkash and it’s been said that at this place Bheem (Pandav from epic Mahabharata) attained win over Kauravas.
Here are some major highlights to go through –
♦ What to Expect: Sightseeing
♦ How to Travel to Gwalior:
♦ By Bus: One can avail bus linking it to various Indian cities; available on regular basis.
♦ By Train: It is the most economical way to reach Gwalior and trains are available on continuous basis
♦ By Flight: Dedicated airport is available Gwalior Airport, regular flights are available for you to travel easily.
♦ By Road: Traveling by car is the most relaxing way giving you more exposure
♦ Minimum duration of Holiday: Atleast 2 to 4 days
♦ Time to Visit: September, October, November, December, February and March
♦ Most Preferred By: Friends, Family and Couples
• Temples : Sun Temple, Sas-Bahu Temple, Teli Ka Mandir, Bateshwar Group of Temples, Kala Vithika, Shanishchara Temple
• Museums : Gujari Mahal Archaeological Museum, Jai Vilas Palace Museum (Scindia Museum), Archaeological Museum, Scindia Museum
• Famous Places : Zoo, Jai Vilas Mahal, Man Mandir Palace, Suraj Kund
■ Advance booking of hotel is recommended during peak season
■ Do not travel alone at dark; always go in a group
■ Avoid taking ride from unknown person
■ Beware of fraud schemer
The city of prince is calling you so let’s pack your bags and travel along with your friends and family’s for your amazing expedition to Gwalior. The city is rich in culture, heritage and tradition; one would never forget the beauty of Gwalior once you travel here.