The fort ain;t such is pretty okayish types especially if you have been to Rajasthan and other places. The Gujari Mahal is awe inspiring.
Make a tour with a guide, otherwise . It costs like 350 - 400 Rs for like 2 h. It is advisable to take a car to the fort from the hotel and make the whole tour and then come back with the same car. We did not do that, but it was a mistake. So we payed for the... More
Let's start with the obvious: Gwalior is not easily accessible and you pretty much need to have planned it outright in your trip. Other wise you are a target for absurd pricing and so on. BUT If you can include this in your itinerary, do so. First because this place is architecturally diverse and different from what you will see... More
Although it was under Mughal and English occupation for long periods of time, the fort and palace is still predominantly Hindu in design. All the motifs in the main palace complex are of Hindu myths. Added attractions are the medieval intercom system, the queen's bath, the sheesh mahal etc. The fort complex contains the main palace, the many pillared structure... More
steep hiking - if you walk ; private licensed taxis take you to the top There is a ot to walk saas bahu mandir is beautiful but one MUST SEE teli ka mandir The fort museum and structure is good to see but it is no comparison to the forts of Rajasthan. Even the history here is no glory but... More
This is probably the only fort in India which shows how technologically superior our Indian architects were. Though Alexander Graham Bell invented telephones in 1876 , this fort has proofs that even 500 years ago , the kings thought in the same direction. The exquisite Mina work are at all places. The underground swimming pools and chambers boasts of almost... More
A guide will certainly take you to every inch of the fort and will entertain you with all kinds of fictional stories about the fort.If you do not have a four wheeler then you will be looted down at the foothills of the fort.You will be forced to hire a car for 450 Rs.The cars are all in a shabby... More
My trip to Gwalior fort was a kind of De-tour from my main tour which was dedicate to visit the baglamukhi devi in Datia. The Jai Vilas Palace and Gwalior Fort are two main attraction of Gwalior. Though I missed the chance to experience the grandeur of Jai Vilas Palace, because of lack of time, but the massive Gwalior fort... More
The magnificent Gwalior fort needs restoration badly as you must take a guide to go into the fort or be prepared to get lost
Fortunately we had a taxi and a local guide, who could drive us around the complex. That way we could see many things in a couple of hours. 3-4 hours is what you could spend there.
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