Bharatpur is famous for its wonderful Unesco-listed Keoladeo National Park, a wetland and significant bird sanctuary. Apart from the park, Bharatpur also has a few historic vestiges and a good museum worth visiting, though it wouldn’t be worth making the journey here for these sights alone. The old town is busy, noisy and not particularly visitor-friendly. Bharatpur hosts the boisterous and colourful Brij Festival just prior to Holi celebrations.
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