Gwalior Tourism & Travel Guide

If history, art and architecture spell a perfect holiday for you, Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh is definitely a must visit! The city houses numerous historic monuments, including the very popular Gwalior Fort. Gwalior Fort, an imposing structure situated on a hill has received praise from rulers throughout history. Known for its architectural brilliance and intricate design, exploring the fort can take up an entire day. If you are not fond of historical tours, you can spend your time admiring the stunning views of the fort and from the fort. Do also visit Ghaus's Tomb, which is the tomb of Muhammad Ghawth, a notable Sufi and the guru of Tansen. The site is also home to the Samadhi of Tansen and perhaps this is why the wonderful Tansen music festival is celebrated here. There are numerous hotels here and you can choose one according to your budget, though for a more local experience, it is always best to pick a homestay.

Trips and Itineraries for Gwalior

Our first stop was at the Gwalior fort....

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Gwalior, Gwalior
Brief Itinerary for Fort Photowalk:6:00 am Reach near Killa gate by Auto/vehicles.Small briefing and then start walking towards the Mansingh Palace.6: 15 am Stop at the monument which have the oldest existing Zero.6:30 am Reach at Mansingh Palace. Photography of palace view in morning. Enjoy beautiful sunrise.Interaction and other activities.
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Jai Vilas Palace, Gwalior 474001
We were running on tight schedule in morning. This place was the only one left from Gwalior. We reached well before time that is 0930 and took the tickets which were crazy expensive. ₹120 per head, and ₹100 extra for mobile phone. The structure is worth watching and can visit here once.
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Weekend Getaways from Gwalior  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
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