Sawai Madhopur Travel Guide

Sawai Madhopur is popularly known as the 'gateway to Ranhambore' in Rajasthan . The town has seen many historic episodes and reigns. Passed on from the Chauhan Rajput king, Govinda to Vagabhatta, from Rana Kumbha to Akbar and Aurangzeb, the city has been patronized by almost all the rulers.

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Sawai Madhopur is well connected with neighboring districts and with major cities outside the state. NH-116 (Tonk-Sawai Madhopur ) and Kota-Lalsot Mega Highway passes through the city.The Sawai Madhopur railway station is serviced from Delhi by trains Kota Janshatabadi and August Kranti Rajdhani; and from Mumbai, the Central-Jaipur Express.

There are few budget restaurants in the Sawai Madhopur bazaar that serve basic food on nominal rates. There are no stand-alone restaurants in Sawai Madhopur. You can have food at the restaurant in the hotel you put up. The Nahargarh Ranthambhore Dining Hall can be a great option.

Shopping is a popular activity in Sawai Madhopur for visiting tourists, and the markets in particular draw in the greatest number of visitors due to the exotic atmosphere of the marketplace and the incredible variety of items on offer. There are accessories available made from camel leather, locally-woven wool carpets, and copies of locally-unearthed artefacts.

Sawai Madhopur is a safe place during daylight hours, but caution should be exercised when walking around the city after dark. It is not a good idea, for example, to walk alone in any poorly lit or deserted places after the sun goes down.

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