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    Patiala Tour Packages

    Patiala, is one of the historical cities of Indian state of Punjab which was founded and established by Baba Ala Singh in the early 18th century which was previously named as “Pati-Ala” means the area under the rule of Raja Ala Singh. The city is one of the perfect cities to witness the rich traditions and cultural heritage of Punjab and its people. Later, in the early 20th century, the city flourished as a whole under the rule of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh who constructed numerous buildings and monuments across the city and preserved many monuments which were built under the rule of Raja Ala Singh.

    Patiala, is well-decorated with numerous beautiful palaces, massive forts, lush green gardens, ancient temples and gurudwaras which provides a wonderful insight about Punjab’s culture and heritage. Along with this, you may have a glimpse of its ancient history through the old-age buildings and monuments which are greatly influenced by Rajput and Mughal architecture. In addition to this, Patiala is also well-known for its Gharana Classical music form spread all over the world, culinary, craftwork, finest and unique handicrafts.

    Patiala Tour Packages, will take you to explore the velour of this city along with their rich culture. Being one of the largest cities in North India, the city offers some of the latest ethnic clothing trends, Patiala Pagadi, Juttis and Patiala Salwar’s which are famous all over the Country. Along with this, the city is also popular for Patiala Pegs (A type of liquor served here and famous all over the world) which can be heard in youngsters, Punjabi songs and folk.

    Custom Tours India, would love to take you to visit and explore this beautiful city of Punjab where you can feel alive with one of the most happening cultures and people of the world along with their mouth-watering cuisines. Below mentioned places are the top tourist places of the city.

    Top Sightseeing Places in Patiala

    Qila Mubarak

    Qila Mubarak is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city which was constructed in 1764 by Maharaja of Patiala. The fort is spread over 10 acres of land which consists of main palace, guest houses, meeting halls and several big courtyards. The fort is a perfect example to witness the exclusive Mughal and Rajput architecture.

    Moti Bagh Palace

    Moti Bagh Palace is another ancient building of the city which was constructed in 1840 by Maharaja of Patiala and later expanded by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh in 1920. The palace is beautifully decorated with many Jharokhas and Chattris. Along with this, you can explore 15 other dining halls built inside the palace with miniature paintings and old-age pictures of Punjab and Patiala. The palace is now occupied by a museum which you can visit and the National Institute of Sports.

    Sheesh Mahal

    Sheesh Mahal or “Mirror Palace” is an exclusive part of Moti Bagh Palace which was built in the 19th century. This part of the palace has been turned into a museum which holds largest collection of medals in the world, rare pictures and paintings of history of Punjab, articles and newspaper cuttings during the rule of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh. The main attraction of this place is the lake situated in the front of the museum and the bridge known as “Lakshman Jhula”.

    Baradari Gardens

    Baradari Garden was commissioned and completed by Maharaja Rajinder Singh during his rule in Patiala. The garden is well-decorated with some of the rare trees, shrubs, flowers and age-old colonial buildings which makes this garden worth visiting. Along with this, some of the part of this garden has been turned into a heritage hotel and a cricket stadium.

    Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary

    Bir Moti Bagh Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at a distance of 5 kms from Patiala which is spread over a sprawling land of 1600 acres. The area is rich is flora and fauna which provides better ecosystem for animals living here like Chital, Hog Deer, Peafowl, Hyena, Partridge and Deer’s. This park was earlier used by royal family of Patiala as their hunting ground and for bird watching. However, later in the year 1952, the park was declared as wildlife sanctuary by the government.