Gwalior

Gwalior is well recognized for its historical buildings, grandiose monuments, forts and museums. The imposing hilltop fort at Gwalior is popularly described as the pearl among the fortresses of India. The city is the birthplace of great musician Tansen. At Jai villas palace a 12 ton chandelier of crystal and cut glass hangs for the gilded dome of the Durbar Hall. Gwalior fort dominates the city as a grandiose monolith. The fort is among the finest citadels of India. The eminent among them are Man Singh palace, Gujari Mahal, Sarod Ghar, Sas-bahu temple, Tansen memorial, Teli ka mandir, Chatarbhuj temple, Tomb of Ghaus Mohammad, Rani Lakshmi bai Cenotaph, Tigra dam.      

How to Reach Gwalior:

The city of Gwalior has its own airport at a distance of 8kms from the main city with regular flights to and from other prominent cities of the country. Gwalior junction is well connected with other major cities and provides a comfortable mode of transport. State bus service provides good connectivity to cities and town. Buses from Gwalior to Indore (169kms), Delhi (319kms), Jaipur (348kms) are easily accessible.