Bharatpur is a small town seeped in history that overflows into the crevices of ancient India. The district is densely forested and is home to several species of animals and birds. It is a reserved forest and balances between new and old architectural structures that maintain the harmony of its geography. There are many places to explore in and around Bharatpur across the year.
The Lohagarh Fort was once the most impenetrable forts of India, and now houses several commemoratory monuments and a museum. It is located at a distance of 4 KM from The Bagh.
Constructed in mixed Rajput and Mughal styles, the Bharatpur Palace exhibits the rich legacy of Rajasthan with Kamra Khas, a museum on Rajasthani history. Distance from The Bagh: 6 KM.
Literally translated as the City of Victory, Fatehpur Sikri was the capital of the Mughal Empire for 10 years. It has many beautiful monuments constructed in a uniform architectural style, which qualifies it as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Distance from The Bagh: 21 KM
Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna, is an important place of pilgrimage and an ancient meeting point for various cultures. Thousands of devotees throng the city throughout the year. Distance from The Bagh: 41 KM.
Built by the great Emperor Akbar, the fort is a masterpiece of Mughal design and architecture. There are also a number of exquisite buildings within the fort. Distance from The Bagh: 55 KM.
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal is located just 60 KM from The Bagh. The architectural splendor of the mausoleums and the structure itself is a vivid reminder of the artsy medieval India.