Home to the World Heritage National Park, Bharatpur was also home to Jat rulers and Mughal kings, and their beautiful architectural beauties. One of the main attractions of the city is the Iron Fort known as the Lohagarh Fort. Another main attraction is the Keoladeo National Park, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is India’s most renowned bird sanctuary where a great variety of birds can be seen, especially during winter. It is also known as the breeding ground for the rare and elusive to spot, Siberian Crane.
Nearest airport to Bharatpur is Agra Airport.
Bharatpur Junction railway station is a station in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India, located on the Mathura–Kota section of the New Delhi–Mumbai main line of Indian Railways.
Bharatpur is well connected by road network across India.
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