Widely recognized for the UNESCO-listed Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur is a popular Gateway to the Eastern Rajasthan. The National Park houses more than 364 species of migratory birds from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China, and Siberia. Maharaja Suraj Mal founded this city in 1733, and since then it is a busy, noisy, and fortified city of Rajasthan. Apart from the famous bird sanctuary, Bharatpur is dignified with many Historical Vestiges and a Museum that is worth visiting. Bharatpur is famous for its various other historical attractions like Lohagarh Fort, Government Museum, Deeg, Bharatpur Palace, Ganga Mandir, and many more. The closest Airport to Bharatpur is the Agra Airport which is 56 kilometers away. Moreover, to provide one of the best accommodations to the crowd flocking round the year, Bharatpur has some of the exotic and luxurious Hotels and Resorts in its lap.