Chittorgarh, in Rajasthan, is a city replete with historical monuments and glorious narratives of bravery of Rajput kings. Truly a romantic city with layers of chaotic yet glorious past, this "pride of Rajasthan" showcases the gallantry and sacrifices of the kings and emperors of the past. Grand forts, imposing palaces and historical temples dot the landscape here and give tourists ample opportunities to relish a past that was eventful.
 
Chittorgarh has many historical places and monuments that make it a tourist hub. The gigantic Chittorgarh Fort is probably the most visited tourist spot, which also houses monuments like Rana Kumbha Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Padmini's Palace and Tower of Victory. If the Sita Mata Sanctuary delights for its wide variety of animal species, then the Kirti Stambh remains a sacred place for Jain followers.

The Indo-Aryan style Kumbha Shyam Temple reminds tourists of religious superiority of the town during the eventful past of Chittorgarh. Other religious attractions here include the Kalika Mata Temple and Meerabai Temple. More so, tourists can visit Gaumukh Kund and Padmini's Palace to add value to their cultural tour of Chittorgarh.