A Trip to Remember in Jaipur


Jaipur is the gateway to explore Rajasthan and is often one of the first places travelers explore. Jaipur is the pink city and you will be surprised that almost all the buildings within the old city are even in this shade. Walking around the old city, aimlessly and without plans, may be the best way to get to know it, but there are plenty of places to explore that you shouldn’t miss. So here we leave you all that you should include in your Jaipur itinerary. Spend at least two days in the city. She deserves it. You can spend a considerable time here as you visit the place. Taking taxi from https://jaipurdelhitaxi.com/ can be the best option there.

City Palace

The City Palace is a must see place in Jaipur but inside there is a lot to see. The Mubarak Mahal is the welcoming palace of the palace complex of Jaipur and is a magnificent 19th century building. The weapons exhibits and Rajapuste art gallery are at Diwan-i-Khas and are worth exploring.

Diwan-i-Am is the public hearing hall and has art exhibitions. Don’t miss Pitam Niwas, the most beautiful place in the palatial complex, with four majestic tiled doors representing the four seasons, as well as the Chandra Mahal , the royal family’s private nook. To enter the latter you have to buy a special (very expensive) ticket that lets you know the jewel of the palace in 45 minutes. Entrance to the palace costs 500 rupees (plus 2000 rupees if you want to see the Chandra Mahal).

Mahal Dinner

Just next to the City Palace is Jantar Mahal, the astronomical observatory built by Jai Singh in the 18th century. It also has paid entry (200 rupees) but it is worth a peek. Jai Singh’s passion for astronomy led him to call Jaipur great scientists of the time and the result was this.

Hawa Mahal


Hawa Mahal is the trademark of Jaipur. The magnificent facade of the palace, illuminated by the rays of the morning sun, is superb. Outside there are plenty of craft shops, but it is also worth going in and exploring the interior of the building, full of typical Rajasthani charms. Admission costs 500 rupees.

Walled doors of the old city

The old city of Jaipur was built by Jai Singh and designed especially to be Rajasthan’s capital instead of Ajmer, just 11 km away. The pink city grew within the wall, still incredibly preserved today and with beautiful entry doors. New Gate, Ajmer Gate or the magnificent Tripolia Gate are worth seeing.

Bapu Bazaar

This is one of the best bazaars for female travelers because there are so many cool things to buy. Of course, prices have to be well discussed because they are very experienced sellers. It is one of Indian women’s favorite bazaars as well and is very colorful. There are leather shoes, bedding, everyday clothes and many wallets and clutter.

Kishanpol Bazaar

Kishanpol Bazar, near the Choti Chaupar intersection, is a great place to see flower and incense vendors and natural perfumes, as well as aromatic oils.

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