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Don't Miss These Places When You Visit Jaipur || Jaipur Travel

Jaipur is a beautiful state of India with vast geographic variations. From mountains to Forts, you will find a lot of the things to visit in Jaipur. But do you really get the royal feeling of Hindu Kings who ruled this area for years? I went to Jaipur and I am here to share with you my views on the places to visit in this beautiful city.


I have also written a personal experience post of my Jaipur trip which can be accessed here:




Jaipur's Heritage and Forts

The answer to that question is definitely yes. Jaipur will give you a feel of royal heritage with its long list of forts. Jaipur will make you create the scenarios when King's would rule this place.

Jaipur has a lot of forts and honestly, I find forts very much the same at other places But Jaipur's forts are really very well constructed and very well designed. They are huge in area and all at a decent height. I think Jaipur is really worth visiting the place if you are in India.




I guess you will or are planning a trip to Jaipur. So, first thing first, how to reach Jaipur? 

How To Reach Jaipur?

Jaipur is very close to the capital of India and is very well connected with every mode of travel. It is therefore very easy to reach Jaipur from anywhere in the country.

How To Reach Jaipur Via Flight

Jaipur can be reached via Flight from Indira Gandhi Internation Airport, Delhi to Jaipur International Airport


How To Reach Jaipur Via Train

Jaipur can be reached via train from New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS) to Jaipur Junction and there are a lot of trains available.


How To Reach Jaipur Via Road

Jaipur can be travelled by road through buses or cab or personal cars. I travelled in my personal car and it was a great experience. Delhi-Jaipur highway is considered one of the best highways in the country and it is really an experience travelling over it. 
It takes around 5 hours to reach Jaipur if you do not make any stops in between.



Places To Visit In Jaipur

There are a lot of places to visit or a tourist attraction in Jaipur. I will share with you the most interesting and popular places that you can visit.

Nahargarh Fort

The Nahargarh Fort is a beautiful fort located on the top of the hill. If you are visiting Jaipur, Nahargarh Fort is a must. Try to visit Nahargarh before the sunset. The fort has all the arrangements for food and dining. The view from Nahargarh fort is extraordinary which makes it a popular tourist attraction if you are in Jaipur. There are no entry fees to visit the Nahargarh Fort.




Chowki Dhani

There is no doubt that if you want to experience the real culture and food of Rajasthan, Chowki Dhani is the best place. Chowki Dhani is located around 20 KM from Jaipur and is a must to visit. The place provides dancing experience, games, food and much more.
Chowki Dhani entry price starts from INR 750. But the amazing thing is that all the activities except the games are inclusive in the Chowki Dhani entry ticket. 




Amer Fort or Amer Ka Kila

Amer fort or Amer ka Kila is yet another fort in Jaipur which is spectacular in its architecture and view. Amer fort is considered the best fort in terms of its design and the area it is spawned in. It is open to all and you can around the fort freely. 
The entry price for Amer Fort is Rupees 100 for Indians and 10 for Indian Students.




Jal Mahal
Jal Mahal palace is although not opened for the people to visit inside, it is yet a treat to watch something built in between the water. Jal Mahal is beautiful at night and it would be really better if you visit it in the evening time. Jal Mahal timings are 24 hours since it is not open for public you can visit the fencing area anytime you like. 


Johri Bazar

Johri Bazar is the central market of Jaipur which is really good. Johri Bazar gets so many tourist footfalls that it has become a tourist place only. Johri Bazar has all types of shops in it. If you want to shop something really "Rajasthani" whether it be clothes, food or souvenirs, it has got it all.


Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal is also a palace which is located very close to the Johri Bazar and the Bapu Bazar. Hawa Mahal is named as "Hawa Mahal" meaning "Wind Palace" because the palace has a lot and lot of windows through which wind flows. Hawa Mahal is located on the main road and the timings are till sunset. Although I did not find Hawa Mahal as amusing as I had heard about it, maybe you would love it.  A local person in Jaipur told me that Hawa Mahal has so many windows because the ladies residing in the palace used to look outside through these windows only. The windows of Hawa Mahal are built in a way that the person outside cannot look inside.


I think that is it to Jaipur's heritage. Although there are many other places to visit in Jaipur but, honestly, they are not that worth if you are a frequent traveller.

A few of these places include:

City Palace
Hawa Mahal
Masala Chowk
Albert Hall

All in all, Jaipur is a great place and if you are planning a trip to Jaipur, this will help you a lot. And if you are having any doubts whether you should plan this trip to Jaipur or not, believe me, you will miss a lot.

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