Gwalior, India

Situated in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior is popular city known for its rich variety of ancient monuments. The city boasts of astounding edifices and valued educational institutions. Gwalior has experienced the rules of many dynasties and it has also patronized the artists and musicians who had increased the fame of this place through their songs and writings. On your Gwalior tour, you can explore a number of majestic architectural specimens of different rules. Elegantly built architectures and forts of the city enhance the charm of the place and become the biggest reason of selling Gwalior holiday packages. Gwalior travel is ideal for archeologist and people loving history.


Mid-March - end June
Temperature:12°C- 25°C

June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm

Late November To Mid-February

Best Places to Visit in Gwalior

Gwalior Fort:
This majestic citadel is considered as the most unbeatable fort in the Central and Northern India. The beauty of the place is simply amazing and it attracts many visitors with its exquisite charm.

Man Mandir:
Man Mandir is a massive edifice, which is adorned with intricate carvings testifying its glorious past. The temple displays a tasteful use of color, motif and patterns.

Saas-Bahu Temple:
The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is an important landmark of Gwalior. The temple was built in 11th and 'Bahu' (daughter-in-law). century but it has nothing to do with Saas (mother-in-law)

Jai Vilas Palace:
It is the current residence of Scindia family. Some palatial rooms of the palace have been converted into a museum. The architecture of this imposing structure is Italian and features some handpicked royal treasures and historical artifacts in its museum.

Tomb of Tansen:
Built in Mughal architectural style, Tomb of Tansen is simple and enjoys an unspoiled aura. The tombstone is encircled by beautiful gardens and enjoys a rich cultural heritage of Gwalior.

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