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Reviewed today via mobile

The fort is very well set up for tourists, with informative plaques, etc. Good shops and stalls. Very busy, though.

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Reviewed yesterday

Very much worth a visit. Lots to see. Allow plenty of time. Wonderful gardens. Great views of the blue city.

Thank Patricia W
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Reviewed yesterday

The 15 century former palace is beautiful and has stunning views too. The carved walls and windows are beautiful and the interior rooms are surprisingly small but some are beautifully decorated. In the inner courtyard we were shown a demonstration of how to put on one of their beautifully colourful turbans - it was 8 meters long and multi coloured. Fascinating! You could wander round the palace. Some of the exhibits are dusty and could do with a good clean, but they are very finely made and decorated. Well worth a visit. You need to be able to walk steep paths and narrow staircases here.

Thank theresalwaysone
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Reviewed yesterday

The way to reach the fort is smooth. We went by our tempo traveler mini bus to the main door of the fort. The ticket counter is inside the main gate of the Fort. If you have old people with you then you can go by elevator for fifty rupees per person for one way. The slope to walk to the fort inside is a little hard. There are lots of steps. This is the most amazing Fort I have ever seen. There are many glass rooms with multi color glass work.. The view of the Blue city from the fort is amazing . The sun is strong so hat, sun glasses and umbrella are essential. Food items are not allowed inside. You can carry water.

Thank inder2018
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Reviewed yesterday

Worth seeing. Don't "hire" a local guides, just listen to the audiotour. It is excellent. Best views of the blue part of the sity from there.

Thank Iris N
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Reviewed yesterday

As with many of the sites we visited in Rajasthan, it's good to get there when it opens so that you can enjoy a more exclusive experience. We chose not to have a guide at any of the sites as we preferred to take them at our own pace, look, think, read up about them, etc. But the personal guided audio tour that's included with the ticket to the Mehrangarh Fort is absolutely excellent: it's brief, informative, and beautifully narrated without the purple prose that sometimes accompanies these recordings - and hence it really enhances the experience. The Fort and gardens are wonderful.
For a very different experience we also recommend a visit to the separate Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park which is a couple of minutes drive from the Fort and is maintained by the same Trust that runs the Fort. We spent nearly 3 hours at the Fort and 1 hour in the Rock Park.

Thank UKTraveller_9
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Reviewed 2 days ago

best time to go is at around 11.30 am. As the public is less at that time. Later there is a que to enter the museum

Thank Geetali B
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It was an outstanding experience. It made us feel proud about our cultural heritage. It is very well maintained.

Thank skkutty
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went to the for today and I didn’t realize it was a UNESCO site. The grounds cost 600 for foreigner or 400 for a student. The fort is quite spectacular although very busy. There is more info about parts of the fort than other places we’ve been to in India which was nice. If you’re in Jodhpur I’d definitely recommend visiting.

Thank Daylebag
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I paid 700 RP total including my photo pass. The fort complex was very crowded but interesting. The free audio tour provided for holding your official ID is a very nice feature and easy to use. I say very touristy because of the foreigner's high admission price, size of the crowd visiting, and the hired locals in traditional garb added for visual interest. I visited quite a few of these Rajasthan fort palaces and this ranks high in its architectural beauty, inside and out and for the well-maintained condition of the complex. I walked down from the fort and took a short break from the sun at the Choulan Gallery & Painting school at the bottom of the hill on the main fort road, where I saw a wide assortment of the kinds of art the family does. If your looking for local art of the fort this is a good place to stop. The owner let me look around without pestering me too much.

Thank Gary H
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