Are you planning to visit Gwalior Fort with your family or friends and don’t know anything about how to reach the fort from Gwalior Railway Station? No worry, in this post I am going to tell you the best way to reach Gwalior Fort from the railway station in just 10 minutes.
Gwalior Fort is a hill fort in Gwalior city and it is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the Most Romantic Places For Couples in Gwalior. Gwalior Fort is a 10th-century fort, while some historians also claim that it may have existed as early as the beginning of the 6th century.
To reach the historical fort of Gwalior, one has to come to Gwalior city. Gwalior is well connected to almost all parts of the country via rail, road, and air. Let’s suppose you are at Gwalior Railway station, so now how will you reach Gwalior fort from here? Let me help you with this.
How To Reach The Majestic Fort of Gwalior
Gwalior Fort has two entrances and both of the entrances are far from each other. That means you have to choose from which entrance you want to enter the fort. The first entrance is called as Qila Gate and the second one is Urvai Gate.
Fort Complete Address: 474008, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
For the Qila Gate entrance –
The nearby entrance to the Gwalior fort from the Gwalior railway station is approx 4KM away via Tansen road near Hazira market, commonly referred to as Qila Gate by local residents. And there are many autos, cabs, and rickshaws at the railway station going to the Qila Gate back to back. They nearly take 10 minutes to drop you at the entrance gate of the Gwalior Fort.
For the Urvai Gate entrance –
The other entrance to the historical Gwalior Fort is the western entrance commonly referred to as Urvai Gate featuring huge Jain idols carved from stone. This is the best and most comfortable entrance to the fort only if you have come here from your own vehicle. From the Urvai Gate entrance, you can reach the hilltop of the historical fort with your vehicle but from the Qila Gate entrance, you can’t take your vehicle to the hilltop of the fort and have to walk the fort hill till you reach the fort. To reach the Urvai Gate entrance you have to come to Bahodapur tiraha via Shinde ki Chavni from Gwalior Railway station and then go to Anand Nagar road till you reach the Urvai Gate tiraha.
As a Gwaliorite I suggest you to choose the Urvai Gate as your entrance in the fort because it is the most comfortable and also the view from this gate is so beautiful. And also you will definitely not want to miss the huge Jain idols carved from stone. From Gwalior railway station it will take approx 15-20 minutes to reach the Gwalior fort via Urvai Gate. But I assure you won’t regret these more five minutes you spend to reach the majestic Gwalior fort via Urvai Gate.
Below is a short travel video of the way to Gwalior Fort from Urvai Gate. It is my personal road trip video for your reference. Watch this video for the virtual tour of the Urvai Gate entrance and if you like it then share it with your friends and family. And don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel.
Now below is the information of Gwalior Fort travel distance from some of the neighboring cities –
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Delhi is around 360 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Mathura is around 175 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Agra is around 120 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Morena is around 40 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Bhind is around 80 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Jhansi is around 105 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Orchha is around 130 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Shivpuri is around 125 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Bina is around 295 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Bhopal is around 435 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Indore is around 510 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Ujjain is around 480 KMs.
Gwalior Fort’s travel distance from Jabalpur is around 475 KMs.
If you have any other questions regarding the above place or any other place in Gwalior then feel free to ask in the comment section. Thank you.
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Is there any shortcut to Gwalior fort from Anand Nagar?