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Gwalior is a significant city in the central Indian province of Madhya Pradesh and one of the Counter-magnet urban areas. The city is loaded with Royal Residences and sublime sanctuaries giving this city a great appeal which says a lot of its wonderful past.

A noteworthy city established by ruler Surajesan, Gwalior is where India’s most famous sovereignty once dwelled. Jai Vilas Pala has the biggest rug on the planet which took right around 12 years to weave and two most gigantic ceiling fixtures on the planet that weigh near 3.5 tons.

The incomparable Indian artist Tansen was conceived in Gwalior, and the tomb of Tansen is additionally a significant spot here. Consistently, in November/December, a four-day Tansen Music celebration is commended in the city where different traditional artists from everywhere throughout the nation perform on the phase close to the tomb itself.

Visit the different landmarks and historical centers, eat the neighborhood treats like namkeen and go sailing in Tighra Dam while you are in the city.

Attractions:  Gwalior Fort,Gujari Mahal, Sarod Ghar, Tansen Memorial, Man singh Palace, Sun Temple, Jai Vilas Palace, Gopachal, Tigra Dam, etc…

Nearby Places: Indore, BhopalBandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Ujjain, Bhojpur, Panchmarhi’s Waterfalls, etc…

Best Time to visit: October to March is the best time to visit and some tourists also like to visit in the month of November – December for the four-day Tansen Music Festival.

Peak Season: June and October.

How to Reach

  • By Air: The Gwalior air terminal is one of the four significant air terminals in the district, which is likewise the Indian Air Force Base. All the significant carriers have flights to Gwalior from the diverse piece of India.

    Closest Airport: Agra Airport (AGR) – which is 107 kms away.

  • By Rail: Gwalior is associated with all the significant urban communities crosswise over India by ordinary trains. You can without much of a stretch discover autorickshaws and taxis outside the railroad station to make a trip to any piece of the city.
  • By Road: Gwalior is arranged on the North-South hallway of the National Highway. NH3, NH75 and NH92 associate Gwalior to the significant urban communities in the nation. You can procure a taxi from New Delhi or travel in the transports that utilize from the close by urban areas to Gwalior.

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