Numerous stories are associated with this fort, describing the heroism of Kings and Queens like Rani Padmavati and the devotion of Princess Meera Bai. It carries mythological importance as well as it is believed to be built by Bhima, one of the Pandavas Brothers, in one night during the times of Mahabharata.
Timings: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs.20 for the Adults and Rs.15 for the Children below 15 years of age.
A multitude of travelers visit the place from across the globe for its pristine location, architectural grandeur, and 36-km long external wall, which is the second-longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. Also, the presence of several temples, Badal Mahal, and stunning exteriors add more grace and splendor to this historical place.
Timings: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs. 10 for Indians; Rs.100 for foreigners.
There are some stories associated with the fort; one being about the famous tigress Machli, which used to be seen and photographed here. It is believed that the tigress was former Ranthambore’s Queen who was famous for its beauty, attitude, and power.
Timings: The fort is open throughout the day, but National Park is open from 6 am to 6 pm.
Entry Fee: Rs.10 for Indians; Rs.100 for foreigners for National Park.
It was constructed by Raja Bijili Dev in the 12th century and attracts hordes of tourists for its three courtyards and enormous Hiraman parrots. The fort's surrounding landscapes of lush forests and azure waters of rivers Kalisindh and Ahu, also add to its elegance and charm and make it a perfect place to enjoy a lovely picnic time with loved ones or friends.
Timings: 9 am to 4 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs.25 for Indians; Rs.300 for foreigners.
The Fort houses several architectural wonders like Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, Sukh Niwas, Sukh Mandir, Sheesh Mahal, which are famous among tourists for their elegance and appeal. Several activities like elephant ride, light show, puppet show, dance performances, and many more are also organized to let the tourists know about Rajasthan's rich culture and heritage.
Timings: 10 am to 5 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs.100 for Indians; Rs.550 for foreigners.
Its sandstone structure reflects stunning colors and hues during sunset and sunrise. It features four grand entrances that used to be guarded by Canons during the rules of the Kings. It houses the Jawahar Palace, Raj Mahal, Jain temple, and Laxmikanth temple, which attract visitors from all over the world.
Timings: 6 am to 5 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs.50 for Indians; Rs.250 for foreigners.
It is known for the migratory birds that visit the place during winters and make Rajasthan a popular bird-watching destination. The migratory birds fly a long distance to enjoy a comfortable climate in Rajasthan and come all the way from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China, and Siberia.
Timings: 8 am to 5 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs.50 for Indians; Rs.400 for foreigners.
It lets the visitors discover the influence of deep cosmic studies on the people of medieval times and presents an example of a scientific approach that ancient era people followed. The structure has been destroyed and built a number of times, but is now a preserved historical monument and deserves a visit.
Timings: 9 am to 5 pm, daily.
Entry Fee: Rs.50 for Indians; Rs.200 for foreigners.