This camel city can be reached by train, air and road. One can board a train from some of the major towns of India like Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Jaipur and Punjab that connects to Bikaner. If you want to enjoy the beauty of nature and make your trip memorable and excited then you can reach Bikaner by road. From Delhi via Jaipur or Shekawati one can reach Bikaner. The Jaipur Highway is good with a free flowing of traffic whereas the roads in Shekawati region are little dampened. There are many options that one can opt for like the roads from Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. Bikaner is a major tourist attraction and tourists from all around the world visit the palace for its unprecedented history, its culture, heritage, art and music.
The city of Bikaner is said to be built by Rajput Rao Bikaji. He started building Bikaner in 1465 which was completed in 1488 AD. The entire city is surrounded by a wall and there are five gates or entry points to enter in the city. Bikaner can be actually called as a desert city being positioned amidst a desert. Jodhpur is at a distance of 248 km from Bikaner and is another tourist attraction.Almost all major cities in the northern and western parts of the country are well connected with Bikaner through rail and road network.