Jaipur, the Pink City, is a fabulous place to unravel the grand architectural and cultural flamboyance of ancient India. Perhaps the most colourful Indian city, Jaipur sees throngs of visitors, each day of the year, with many visiting to take a look at the region’s grand forts and palaces.

Tourist Spots in Jaipur

There is a lot to do and see in Jaipur. Following are some of the most noteworthy attractions of the city that must not be missed.

  • Hawa Mahal
  • Amer Fort
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Jaigarh Fort
  • Nahargarh Fort
  • Albert Hall Museum
  • Jal Mahal

Shopping Attractions in Jaipur

Shopping is an integral part of Jaipur holidays. Most tourists who are in the city for their holidays make it a point to buy all sorts of local and handicraft items. Precious and semi-precious gems are highly sought after, and so are the pottery and textile items. Johari Bazaar is a popular place to pick up jewellery. Chameliwala Market on M I Road is another popular haunt among tourists on a shopping expedition in Jaipur.

Eating Out in Jaipur

Tourists in the city will have heaps of options for sating their hunger pangs. Jaipur is a city replete of restaurants of all sorts. Take a look at few of the popular ones.

  • Jammie’s Kitchen
  • Peshawri
  • Green Apple
  • Little Italy
  • Anokhi Café

 Hotels in Jaipur

Jaipur is a red hot tourist destination, with millions of tourists visiting it every year. To cater to the influx of tourists, the city has numerous hotels. They range broadly, in terms of location, prices and style. While there is no dearth of quality cheap and mid-range properties, it is usually the luxury ones that impress the visitors. Take a look!

  • Oberoi Rajvilas
  • The Raj Palace
  • The Oberoi Vanyavilas
  • ITC Rajputana

Preferred Airlines to Jaipur from UK

Jet Airways | Air India | Etihad Airways | Oman Air |

Airports in Jaipur

Jaipur airport serves the city of Jaipur and other nearby parts of Rajasthan. The airport has limited international connectivity and it mostly offers domestic connections. The airport is well connected with top Indian gateways – Delhi and Mumbai.

Best time to Visit Jaipur

Jaipur is best visited in winter season (November-February). This is the peak season for tourism in the city, and consequently airfares and hotel tariffs do shoot up during the period. Summer must be avoided unless you are comfortable with extremely hot weather.

Transport in Jaipur

Jaipur has multiple options for people looking to travel around. Taxis are big favourites with holiday makers as it allows them ease of movement and required privacy. Auto rickshaws are popular with foreign tourists who are in mood to live the life the local way. Cycle rickshaws are also there and are easily the cheapest mode of travel for short distances. For long distances, people can opt for private cab services. Public bus service is available as well.

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