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India's official 'pink city', there's much more to Rajasthan's capital than its pink-red tinged buildings and historic splendour. This majestic home to erstwhile royals is complete with old-world charm surrounded by colourful markets and chaotic streets. A part of the 'Golden Triangle', Jaipur is a must-visit destination along with Agra and New Delhi. About 6-hours away from New Delhi, grand palaces and havelis surrounded by mighty fortresses make Jaipur a welcome respite from high-rise malls and urban living. Stop over for the cultural show at Chowki Dhani before you head on tothe world's largest sundial at Jantar Mantar, Amer Fort, and the Palace of Winds, Hawa Mahal, overlooking Johari Bazaar.

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Things to do

Cycling Jaipur -Cycling anywhere is fun, but nowhere near as exciting as cycling around Jaipur can be, especially in winter.

Hike to Kuntalgarh -Head over to Amer Fort after breakfast, a mere 11 kilometres away from Jaipur, through ancient cobbled pathways towards the fascinating serpentine stairs that lead up to the fort. Built on separate levels, step out onto each courtyard for amazing views of the Aravallis beyond.

Gala dinner and cultural program -Think Rajasthan, think vibrant markets and culture. Synonymous with splendid singing and dancing, Rajasthan is renowned for its tremendously popular folk shows. The popular Kachhi Ghodi dance, sensuous Kalbelia dance and the enthusiastic Ghoomar dance are a lovely amalgamation of Rajasthan's cultural diversity.

Elephant village visit -Hathi Gaon'(elephant village) set up in 2010, is a mere 17 kilometres away from the city. Used in erstwhile battles and today's processions and festivals, the humble jumbo has made its impact in paintings and photographs through the centuries.

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Best time to visit October to March

There are cool breezes along with moderate sunlight in the month of October making it suitable for visitors to go for sightseeing during the day. The month of October in Jaipur has its own share of fun with donkey festival and 'best-looking donkey' award as well as donkey racing and trading. Winter season in Jaipur begins in the month of November and ends in the month of February.

If you're planning to un[travel]Jaipur during Holi, don't forget to watch spectacularly bedecked elephants in action at elephant-polo.

How to reach


  • The Jaipur International Airport (JAI) is the nearest airport located inside Jaipur. Air Asia, Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Jet Airways operate regular flights from all the major cities of India for 'The Pink City'. You can take taxi or cab from outside of airport to reach any destination in the city.


  • Jaipur 'The Pink City' itself has a major railway station, which is well linked with major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Patna, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur and many others. Some of the prominent trains from Delhi to Jaipur include Ajmer Shatabdi and Kathgodam Ranikhet Express. Especially the most luxurious tourist train 'The Palace on Wheels' which will take you to all the royal destinations of Rajasthan including Jaipur.


  • Buses are the most convenient mode to reach Jaipur . The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) provides regular bus services connecting Jaipur to all major destinations. If you are in Delhi you can even drive to Jaipur via NH 8 route.


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