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Jaipur Tourist Places

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 Entry Fee
350 Rs. for Foreigners / 75 Rs. Indian (Includes entry to Amber Palace, Jantar-Mantar, Hawa-Mahal, Nahargarh & Albert Hall & Valid for two days)
 Timings
8 AM to 5 PM Daily
 Visit Duration
1 to 2 Days

If you want to plan a journey which is fulfilling in all aspects, no other place than Jaipur should be your first choice. The city commonly known as “Pink City” is a complete tourism package in itself due to its diverse range of tourist attractions. Jaipur has remained the first choice for history buffs and ancient architecture lovers, but it also allures people who want to live richness of culture and heritage. There are hundreds of places worth visiting in Jaipur but we have populated a list of top-10 Jaipur tourist attractions. Take a look:

 

Amber Fort

Amber Fort shares a special place in the heart of local people. The temple resembles a history of the victory of Maharaja Sawai Man Singh and establishment of Mata Temple in the fort. The fort is globally famous for its incredible architecture and state-of-the-art craftsmanship. Read More

 

  1. City Palace

The combination of Mughal, Rajput and European architects can be seen at a single place – City Palace of Jaipur. City Palace was the residence of the King Sawai Man Singh and thus it boasts best of royal-ambience and craftsmanship. Many attractions are located within the premises including art galleries, marble pillars and carved interiors. A must visit place for anyone visiting Jaipur. Read More

 

  1. Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is also known as the place of astronomical instruments. It was built by the King Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur, who was much inclined toward astronomy. The King constructed similar places in many other cities but Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is best and largest amongst them. Many instruments are placed here that help in astronomical measurements. Read More

 

  1. Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh is one of the strongest forts in Rajasthan which has acted as a strong defense ring for the city of Jaipur during Rajput Kingdom. The fort was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh. The fort is famous for providing a stunning view of underneath Jaipur city and thus a highly frequented destination for youth of Jaipur. It has also been showcased in popular Bollywood film Rang De Basanti. Read More

 

Jaigarh Fort

Jaigarh Fort, literally meaning “victory fort” is a massive fort located on the hilltop in Amer, near Jaipur. The fort was constructed by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh of Jaipur to protect the Amber Fort and complex within it. This fort also houses the “Jaivan Top”, the largest cannon on wheels in the world. Read More

 

Hawa Mahal

One place which makes Jaipur getting identified on global tourism make is Hawa Mahal. The wind palace is considered as one of the finest examples of excellent architecture. The palace consists of innumerable small windows which lets air pass through, thus the name Hawa Mahal or Wind Palace. Read More

 

Jal Mahal

As the name suggests, Jal Mahal is a palace built amidst water, in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. It is a heritage hotel which is popular for its fine construction. Also, the area surrounding the lake is one of the most bustling picnic spots in Jaipur. Read More

 

Gaitore Chhatris

Gaitore Chhatris are the royal cenotaph of the ancient rulers of the Jaipur. They are located on Jaipur-Amber road, at a distance of 15km from Jaipur. Amongst all the cenotaphs, the chhatris of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II and Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh are most stunning. Read More

 

Albert Hall

Albert Hall is the central museum and also the largest museum in Rajasthan. The museum consists of innumerable belongings of the erstwhile rulers of Rajasthan together with many other ancient items. The building itself is a very fine example of supreme architecture. Read More

 

Sisodia Rani Garden

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh is the perfect example of best of Mother Nature and peace of soul. Located on Jaipur-Delhi road near Amer, the garden bestows beautiful greenery and stunning landscapes. The garden was created by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh for his bellowed wife

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