Known to everyone as the city of Tigers, Ranthambhore Road is home to the renowned Rathambore National Park. Nature lovers, adventure junkies and enthusiasts travel to Ranthambhore Road to experience the exoticness of Rajasthan. The thick and dense grasslands are occupied by the national animal, the Tiger. It is one of the few national parks that are inhabited by this endangered species. This planned city was once ruled by a king, today it has turned into a commercialised locality. Ranthambhore Road is famous for its guavas and travellers love stocking their fruit basket with these big and luscious guavas. Ranthambhore Road is guarded by the Rathambore fort which chronicles its saga through its ruins. The fort is surrounded by forestland which has now become a part of the sanctuary. There are more than 10 temples situated around Ranthambhore Road which makes it a spiritual destination too. Ranthambhore Road is easily accessible via public transport. There are state run buses and local taxis that play passengers to and fro.