Roads: The road connectivity to the state of Rajasthan is also very convenient. As many as 20 highways of national status are passing through Rajasthan. The National Highway 8 is the main connectivity between Delhi and Mumbai city. This road passes through many of the major Rajasthan cities on the way. It passes through the cities of Jaipur, Udaipur, Ajmer and Chittorgarh. Apart from the national highways, there are many state highways that connect different major cities with the state of Rajasthan. Since the road conditions are good, you can reach the city by road. The bus operations of the state are also commendable. For moving about in the state, you can easily use the government buses which have satisfactory public transport services.
Alwar: Alwar presents a beautiful view of the natural environment. It has lakes and forests along with the mountain ranges of the Aravalli. There are numerous historic sites that are one of the major attractions of this city. The place is very interesting for the archaeologists. This is the place where the Pandavas of the Mahabharata are believed to have stayed in the final years of the exile.
Ajmer: This is one of the famous tourist destinations of Rajasthan. The place was under the Chauhans for a long period. Mohammed Ghori captured the city in 1193 AD. The Dargah of Moinuddin Chisti is a place that is worshiped both by the Muslims and the Hindus. The city has the Brahma temple which is visited by people all over the world. There is no other Brahma temple anywhere in this world.