Check in the hotel and after refreshment, take dinner and relax for tonight.
After taking early breakfast, Visit Gwalior Fort, ( Gwalior Fort in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, stands on an isolated rock, overlooking the Gwalior town, and contains a number of historic buildings. It is one of the biggest forts in India and a postage stamp has been issued by the Indian Postal Service to commemorate the importance of this fort. From historical records, it is established that it was built in the 8th century. The fortress and the city have been integral to the history of the kingdoms of North India. It is said that The Mughal Emperor Babur (1483–1531) described it as, "The pearl in the necklace of the forts of Hind". The fort, also given the epithet "Gibraltar of India', provides a panoramic view of the old Gwalior town, which is to its east),
Teli ka Mandir (Teli Ka Mandir is an ancient temple that is undoubtedly famous for its splendid architecture. Located in the Gwalior Fort complex, Teli Ka Mandir can be reached easily by taking local means of transport from Gwalior. The English version of Teli Ka Mandir is Oilman's Temple. Built in 11th century, Oilman's Temple is the oldest temple of the Gwalior Fort. )
Tombs of Tansen (The Tomb of Tansen is the catacomb of the father of Hindustani classical music, Tansen. The crypt of Miyan Tansen is designed in the quintessential Mughal architectural style and is laid out in sprawling landscaped gardens, adorned by the color and fragrance of the seasonal blooms and laced by rippling brooks. An annual musical festival is also organized to commemorate the memories and musical contributions of the legendary musician.)
Lunch in some midway restaurant at the way.
Jai Vilas Palace Museum
(Jai Vilas Palace of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh was built in the year 1809, located in the new city of Gwalior. The palace was constructed to welcome the ‘Prince of Wales’ on his visit to the country. The magnificent white colored Jai Vilas Palace is an electric mix of contemporary style and traditional Indian motifs that creates a variable feast for the senses.
The palace, reminds the last rulers of Gwalior - the Scindias, although the current maharaja still lives in a portion of the palace, a large part of it is now a museum.)
Sun Temple (A newly built temple dedicated to the Sun god, the Sun Temple is located near residency at Morar, Gwalior. It is a facsimile of the famous Sun temple of Konark, Orissa and now this sun temple is one among the significant pilgrimage centers in Gwalior.)
In the evening, leave for Shivpuri where you stay overnight at the scenic tourist village and enjoy dinner.
After breakfast, Today in Shivpuri, take a round of the park, where the rulers hunted in the times gone by and later you visit the graceful chhatris or cenotaphs, each a testimonial to a proud ruler and his queen. ( The architecture is an elegant synthesis of the Mughal and Rajput style, the cenotaphs set like jewels in formal gardens).
Back to Tourist Village and take quick lunch and then you leave for Railway Station and back to Lucknow.