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Travel Guide of Jaipur in India by Influencers

Jaipur is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. As of 2011, the city had a population of 3.1 million, making it the tenth most populous city in the country.

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Travel Tips for visiting Jaipur

Jaipur: Unanimously recognized thanks to the salmon pink color

Jaipur is a mythical city that evokes the splendor of the maharajahs and the sumptuous Rajput palaces.

This bewitching city, where men and women proudly wear traditional brightly colored clothes, is a must-see on a trip to Rajasthan. Designed according to the architectural precepts of the Vedic era, Jaipur is divided into 9 squares, each corresponding to a planet in Indian astrology. During your stay in Jaipur, do not miss the City Palace, still inhabited by the current maharajah, nor the splendid Palace of the Winds, which was intended for the women of the harem.

Jaipur, the rose, always seduces despite its intense traffic

its incessant hubbub, and its pollution. Wander along the straight avenues, almost all of them dotted with stalls, bazaars specialized by trade and terraces, great places to live. To the south, the Jauhari Bazaar, the jewelers' and cloth market, is one of the busiest centers in the city.
Enter the City Palace, a vast palatial complex. It concentrates the main tourist sights of the city with its superb facade of the Palace of Winds before reserved for the women of the royal harem; the Astronomical Observatory, where stands monumental instruments, like a 27 meters high sundial and the City Palace itself, a mixture of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture.

The superb capital of Rajasthan, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2019

The city is home to several palaces (including the famous Palace of the Winds), forts, temples, gardens, and museums of great interest. With Amber and its fortress nearby, it is a must-see on any trip to Rajasthan.

Jaipur is the third corner of the Golden triangle tour in India

the city occupies this place in the tourist map of India due to many positive factors associated with this city. Connectivity of Jaipur so its Air, Roads, and Railways with other destinations of India are excellent. Jaipur is the ambassador of the rich heritage and folk arts of Rajasthan, so for tourists with limited travel time visiting Jaipur India gives them a glimpse of the colorful culture and magnificent architecture of Rajasthan. Jaipur is known all over the world for its handicrafts of especially blue and jewelry pottery with precious stone inlay work.

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Jaipur

Jaipur : What to eat?

All Indian dishes are worth a visit and the advantage of Rajasthan is that it is less spicy than in the South

Try spinach with cheese, rice mixed with chicken and onions, and other meat dishes, very tasty.

Depending on your itinerary and travel budget you may want a large number of transportation options to reach this beautiful pink city.

The roads are in very good condition so procuring private cabs can be a very good choice.
In addition to that are their regular luxury buses and trains coming to Jaipur from major cities of India
You can also opt for air travel which can save enough to bury the travel time of the city which is otherwise very long trips.

When traveling in India choosing the right hotel is a much more complicated process than in any other part of the world.

There are more than 300 hotels in Jaipur at the limits of INR 200 to INR 2,00,000 per night. Get in touch with our tour executive with your accommodation budget and special interest to find the most suitable hotel for your stay in Jaipur India.

The best season to visit Jaipur Rajasthan is from the beginning of September to the end of March.

During this period temperature is moderate with almost no humidity. For the rest of the year, air-conditioned hotels and transportation are recommended.

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