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Travel Guide for Jaipur

Jaipur is the City of Victory, the initially planned city of India, the capital of brave and proud Rajputs. Jaipur is a sculptured bowl of melting colors, mingling the authenticity of its history and culture with the modern metropolitan lifestyle. It stands tall by being surrounded by the beautiful Aravali Hills.

The magnificent forts and the beautiful palaces, mansions and gardens will amaze you. Behold the Sheesh Mahal, ‘Hall of Mirrors’, where a single lamplight reflects in many mirrors and lights up the entire room.

Royalty, culture, art, tradition, drips from every nook and corner of the city- a timeless quality to Jaipur’s bazaars and its people.

Experiencing Deccan Odyssey styled Jaipur Vacation

The legacy of princely visits across the mountains and deserts of India is now sustained by the Deccan Odyssey. Cover the exotic landscape of India by traveling in this royal trip.

A journey aboard Deccan Odyssey – is a majestic experience, with 6 well-designed itineraries. Indian Odyssey & Indian Soujourn are the two famous journeys of Deccan Odyssey which covered the destination of Jaipur.

The luxury train Deccan Odyssey is one of the most exciting ways to experience the Culture & Heritage of India.

After breakfast you drive to Maharaja Mansingh’s 17th-century gem, the Amber Fort that faces the beautiful Maota Lake, Sheesh Mahal, Hawa Mahal, city palace, Jantar Mantar and then have lunch at a city hotel.

You get enjoy Spa facilities at palace hotel or the colorful markets and then return to the train for dinner. This experience is bound to mesmerize you and what else one could wish for, other than living life- king size in the city of kings.

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How to Reach Jaipur ?

  • By Air:

    Air travel to Jaipur is the most comfortable way to arrive the city. The Jaipur Airport is positioned at Sanganer which is 12 kilometers from the main city. It has both international and domestic terminal and is well joined to most of the cities across the globe with a number of airlines operating on a daily basis.

  • By Bus:

    A bus to Jaipur is a very suitable idea for framing a budget holiday. The bus Rajasthan Road Transport operates regular Volvo (AC and non-AC) and deluxe buses linking Jaipur and other cities within the state.

  • By Train:

    The conventional trains are Shatabdi express, Ajmer Shatabdi, Pune Jaipur Express, Jaipur Express and Adi SJ Rajdhani. Also, with the appearance of the Deccan Odyssey", a luxury train, the royalty of Jaipur falls at the window seat. Operating to, in and around Jaipur, this luxurious ride for a train will make your trip full of royalty.

  • By Road:

    A road trip to Jaipur will be full of fun. The Delhi-Jaipur National Highway offers a ride (260 kilometers) with an abundance of restaurants and all amenities on the way. The road leading to Jaipur is well-connected by National Highways 8, 11 and 12.

What to see and do in Jaipur ?

If you are looking for sightseeing spots in Jaipur, you ought to visit

Top attractions to see in Jaipur are

  • Hawa Mahal

    Created to look like the crown of Krishna and stands tall at five stories, looking like a honeycomb. With 953 intricately latticework small windows, Hawa Mahal served as a cover for the Rajput women to watch the special festivities and going on the streets below without being seen in return.

    It also served as a passage of passing the cool breeze and thus, a natural cooling system to beat the scorching heat of the desert. It also offers breathtaking views of several other attractions.

  • City Palace

    One of the most iconic palaces of its time, it also has a museum that displays a wide array of royal costumes, Pashmina shawls, Benaras silk saris, Sanganeri prints and folk embroidery as well as weaponry used by the Rajputs and other royal things which will just leave you in awe. The architecture is a perfect blend of the Rajput style and that of Mughals and European.

  • Jantar Mantar

    It features instruments made of stone and brass that were built using instrument design principles from ancient texts, 19 instruments that help observe astronomical positions that too with the naked eye.

    Jantar Mantar is a fine example of Ptolemaic positional astronomy. The city culture and now, the science will always amaze you. It has also been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is a gem of Jaipur.

  • Albert Hall Musueum

    A house of compilation of unique paintings and some beautiful pieces of jewelry, brass-ware, pottery and natural stones, ivory goods, metal sculptures and crystal works, dioramas to tribal costumes, miniature paintings to carpets and, even an Egyptian mummy!

Best time to visit Jaipur

One should try and tour this place during the months of October to March, as the temperature varies between 22 celcius and 5 celcius at that time, you will observe the royal Pink City, Jaipur with complete delight.

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