Let's travel to beautiful Neemrana!
Of course, you would love weekend getaways! How can you not visit Neemrana when it is just 70 minutes away from Delhi. Yes, you read it right, all thanks to RRTS (Regional Rapid Transit System), you can travel to Neemrana in just 70 minutes. This is a piece of amazing news for all the Delhites, right?!
Peace amidst the hills and ultimate tradition experience is one of the few amazing things what Neemrana offers, and much more. While the ancient historic town situated in Alwar, Rajasthan might not be too big in size, it is still a great holiday destination for a quick weekend escape. Don't miss out on this mind-blowing opportunity of traveling to Neemrana in just 70 minutes.
If you think this is enough, then we would like to tell you that the RRTS (Regional Rapid Transit System) will now be linked to other transport modes in the city, such as the railway and bus stations as well as the metro. For the time being, the Delhi-Gurugram-SNB trail, the first phase of the Delhi-Alwar 164-km long corridor, is under construction. Now, the exciting news is that after completion, it will reduce the traveling time between Delhi and Neemrana to approximately 70 minutes. Can it get more awesome!
Over the Delhi- Gurugram- SNB corridor, the Sarai Kale Khan station of RRTS will be integrated with the Pink Line of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) at Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway station and ISBT Sarai Kale Khan. The Jhor Bagh station of RRTS will integrate with the Delhi Metro Yellow Line. Moreover, Munirka station of RRTS will integrate with the Magenta Line of DMRC, whereas the Aerocity station of RRTS will integrate with Airport, DMRC at Aerocity- Airport Express Line and the proposed line of Airport to Tughlakabad.
When it comes to the stretch of the route, it is 71 kms long and will be raised with about 11 stations and the five stations would be underground on the remaining stretch. The corridor's second stage will connect SNB Urban Complex and Sotanala, and the third will link SNB Urban Complex to Alwar. Integrations will happen at different junctions- Munirka RRTS station will be connected to the metro's Magenta line, while Jor Bagh station will be linked to the Yellow line.
We have given you all the information for the perfect weekend getaway to the beautiful Neemrana.
Q: What are the Neemrana Fort entry fees?
A: For adults (above 10 years), they charge 2000 per head flat.
Q: What are the things to do and places to visit when you go to Neemrana?
A: Siliserh Lake, Sariska National Park, Baori, Vinay Vilas Mahal, Neemrana Fort Palace, and so forth.