Neemrana Tourism & Travel Guide

Neemrana in Rajasthan is the perfect weekend destination – especially since it's 122 km from Delhi and 150 km from Jaipur. Home to the grand Neemrana Fort–Palace, which has now been turned into a heritage hotel, this getaway makes for a relaxing, rejuvenating weekend. Though most of the small town is filled with factories and industries, a part of it is home to this heritage fort, and this is the part worth visiting. You can also visit Neemrana for the day, in case you don't want to stay the night. The Neemrana Fort also hosts activities such as fox jump, zip lining and a grand buffet if you choose the day package. The road from Delhi to Neemrana is quite chaotic and it's best to plan your trip according to traffic snarls. There is also an archaic baoli (stepwell) close to the fort and though it's in ruins, one visit is definitely worth it.
Best time to visit Neemrana is from October to March

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Neemrana is located about 100 km from Delhi, and we followed the NH-8 and reached our destination in just over two hours....

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We left at 10.30 am from Gurgaon and without taking a single stop arrived at Neemrana in an hour and half....

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Neemrana Fort-Palace, Alwar 301705

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