Jaipur Tourism - Nicknamed as the Pink City, Jaipur is one of the most well maintained and developed cities in India. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and it reflects the state’s royal splendor, mixing the ancient culture with modernity. Jaipur is filled with enchanting palaces, spectacular forts and temples dipped in a surrealistic pink hue. This culturally beautiful city, interspersed with broad roads is divided into six different sectors for easy transportation. The blend of architectural marvels with the rich, modern culture provides tourists with a whole array of activities in Jaipur...[+] More
Tourism in Jaipur revolves mainly around the heritage palaces, ethnic attires and delicious Rajasthani food. The Rajasthan Tourism Authority has put a great effort in sustaining the cultural heritage and promoting Jaipur tourism.
Jaipur tourism packages also include a memorable foray into the state’s ethnic clothing and accessories, Rajasthani folk music and the famous festivals.
Places to Visit
While the different forts and palaces have certainly helped boost Jaipur tourism, they stand testimony to the royal splendor that once ruled over the state. Jaipur Tourism Packages offers exciting trips through the city, winding through famous monuments and architectural marvels. The following are places that one shouldn’t miss out on a trip to Jaipur. HawaMahal: This celebrated 18th century structure is made from red and pink sandstone. The notable design of the monument in the form of Lord Krishna’s crown attracts tons of tourists every year.
Amber Fort: Also known as Amer Fort, the fort and its palaces showcase the splendid Hindu-Rajput culture. Build from sandstone and marble, the fort contains huge ramparts and many gates.
Nahargarh Fort: Located in the valley of Aravalli Hills, the Nahargarh fort encloses scenic beauty. Literally meaning ‘abode of tigers’, the fort was a royal entertainment house of the Rajput Kings.
City Palace: Located in the north eastern part of Jaipur, the City Palace contains Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal. The prodigious Indo-Mughal architecture encloses several classic buildings and lush green gardens and courtyards inside huge walls.
Jaigarh Fort: This is a beautiful hilltop fort spread across 3 km, overlooking the ‘Pink City’. The sprawling fort complex includes several beautiful structures, an exquisite palace and a museum. And not to miss the stunning view from its grant entrances- Dungar Darwza and Awani darwaza.
Jal Mahal: The water palace located in the Man Sagar Lake and with 4 floors under lake is converted to a grand heritage hotel by the Taj Hotels. Rowing on the typical Rajput style boats, strolling through the lovely Chameli Bagh and the stunning views of Aravalli hills form here are not to be missed.
How to Reach
The international airport located in Sanganer connects Jaipur with major airports in Asia as well as several Indian cities. Palace of Wheels, one India’s best luxury trains, operates from here. The NH 8 connects the Pink City with Delhi and Mumbai, while bus services for states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat etc. are available.
When to Visit
Tourism in Jaipur mainly flourishes between September and early December, when the weather is quite pleasant. The city lies in the semi-arid zone, which makes it very hot during the summers from April to July. The winters can hit as low as 4 degrees Celsius, between November to February.Jaipur Tourism - Information about tourist places in Jaipur, events & activities, map, attractions in Jaipur. Book Jaipur tourism packages at MakeMyTrip.com