Alwar is located at about 153 km from Delhi. Alwar in Rajasthan is a city with interesting historical facts and rich cultural heritage. It is well-connected to Delhi by roadways and railways.. However, the best way to travel from Delhi to Alwar is by car, a journey of around 3 hours. Some of the important places covered on the way are Delhi - 8km -> Dhaula Kuan - 20km -> Gurgaon - 40km -> Dharuhera - 38km -> Tijara - 47km -> Alwar. On the route, several petrol pumps of Bharat Petroleum, Indian Oil and HP, apart from hospitals and pharmacies, ATMs and road-side dhabas are located.
Transport options from New Delhi to Alwar
New Delhi to Alwar By Car: Take a cab from Delhi to Alwar, which takes around 3 hours. The cost of cab ranges from INR 9 to INR 97 per kilometre, depending upon the type of car. Ideal for families, senior citizens and groups.
New Delhi to Alwar By Bus: Take a direct bus from Delhi to Alwar, which takes over 2 hours. Super deluxe buses are available from Delhi. Alwar bus stand is located in the heart of the city. Ideal for backpackers, individual travellers and groups
New Delhi to Alwar By Train: Take a direct express train from Delhi to Alwar that takes over 2 hours. Alwar railway station is located in the heart of the city. Ideal for groups and families.
This is one of the best train. The infrastructure present in the train is very nice. The atmosphere is also very pleasant. The train is very suitable for couples and family also. The services is also one of the best when compare to other train. I enjoyed and selected this hotel very.
Early morning start, kept the traffic jams on Gurgaon-Manesar patch at bay, and my miscalculation (The old diversion has been closed and the new diversion is after the Jungle Babbler Hotel which I missed) of the Daruhera- Tijara- Alwar route led me to the NH-Behror-Alwar Route, blessing in disguise, though from Behror to Alwar its a single road without the divider, but not much of a traffic on it. The road is so scenic , it takes lofty turns, there are hills around the road, you can see forts on the mountains and loads of peacocks all the way and what adds to the experience is a tunnel along the way (reminds me of all the romance that could have happened there.lol). The roads are smooth but every time you cross a village on the road, there is a speed bump waiting for you, I would advise if you love to drive, then the halt should be at Alwar, itís no fun stopping at the eateries midway as there are not lot of options on this route. Toll is a bit more than the Tijara- Alwar route but I found this more scenic.
On reaching Alwar head to the collectorate which happens to be the erstwhile seat of the king of Alwar, the museum there was awesome (itís a long climb, not for the fainthearted) and the pond behind it is called the Sagar, beautiful place, and after seeing this you can simply climb down to the main bazaar where there are loads of option to savour the local food, there is a local ice-cream called Barf, that should not be missed. Enjoy the place, need more info, feel free to ask.
Nice landscape of Aravali during the travel in train can be seen after Delhi, catch the train from New Delhi which is going to Ajmer, or else you can opt for double decor which goes to Jaipur on daily basis, it will take three to four hours from New Delhi. Shatabdi trains are known for their service as they provide good food. As I travelled in the morning I just got a chance to have breakfast in the train.
Good roads - six lane Jaipur Highway till Dharuheda -take a left turn towards Bhiwadi. District Alwar starts from here and the city is around 90 Kms. from here. Four lane State highway with not much of a traffic so you can travel fast. Petrol pumps and eating joints are there throughout. You can also visit the Tijara Jain temple on the way.
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