The capital of Rajasthan is a city with numerous tourist spots that amazes not just foreigners but people from different states of India. Established by the king of Amer, Jai Singh II, on November 18, 1727, the city is declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site as its extraordinary architecture showcases royalty like anything. The capital city of Rajasthan is a beguiling mix of culture, rich history, superb craftsmanship, and mouth-watering dishes. If you are planning a visit to Jaipur, the city has its airport, railway and bus station, from where we can provide you Jaipur local tour on our taxis that lets you capture the beauty of the city with your own eyes. We can let you explore all the best sites in our Jaipur sightseeing package that comes with economical price tags. Our drivers are polite and expert in understanding the local routes that save your time and provide you with extra time to get lost in the city beauty. In this blog, we have covered some major tourist attractions that make your Jaipur travel with us memorable for years to come.
The locals all-time favourite hangout destination offers the best aerial view of the city. It is also known for providing tourist with a remarkable sunset view.
An architectural wonder which is a beautiful amalgamation of Rajput and Mughal culture. A place not to miss out on history buffs.
Jaigarh is Jaipur’s sturdiest monument, having the world’s biggest cannon on the wheels known as ‘Jaivana Top’. The fort is made up of sandstones and has a storehouse of the arsenal of weapons.
Built-in the shape of a crown and made up of red and pink sandstones, Hawamahal is a must-visit no matter the length of duration of your stay in Jaipur. It is famous for its 953 windows or ‘Jharokhas’ that allowed the royal ladies to see the streets without getting noticed in ancient times.
Jal Mahal is a palace in the middle of mansagar lake which is famous for being the most photogenic spot of Jaipur. With lots of birds and ducks around the corner, it is loved by tourists for spending a pleasant evening.
Jaipur City Palace is one of the top spots to visit and a huge milestone in Jaipur. One of the numerous structural ponders in Jaipur, the royal complex is comprised of Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple, and the City Palace Museum.
Albert Hall is a standing illustration of Indo-Saracenic engineering that holds an enormous assortment of antiquities brought from around the world that stand isolated over an incredible 16 workmanship exhibitions. Situated in the core of Jaipur, Ramniwas Bagh is only 100 meters from the Walled City of Jaipur.
Jantar Mantar is one of the iconic tourist destinations, built by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur in 1724. It was constructed to aggregate cosmic tables which would help in foreseeing the time and development of the divine bodies like the sun, moon and different planets.
The white marble temple draws the attention of everyone in the city of Pink. The temple of Lord Vishnu and Laxmi offers a good sunset view and peaceful vibe to end the day of your Jaipur tour.
Jaipur for Foodies
The city of forts and luxury is also famous for cuisines and dishes that are meant for satisfying every taste bud. From spicy to sweet, we have listed some very famous food options that are must try if you are in Jaipur.
· Pyaaz Kachori at Rawat Mishthan Bhandar,
· Dal Batti Churma at Chokhi Dhani
· Pav Bhaji at Pandit's, JLN Marg
· Lassi at Lassiwala, MI Road
· Laddoo at Bhagat Mishtan Bhandar, Kishanpole Bazaar
· Golgappe at Nandlal’s, C scheme
· Sanjay Omelette, Bapu Nagar
· Ghewar and Feeni by Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar, Johri Bazaar
· Cold Coffee at Old GVD and Statue Circle
· Tandoori chicken at Old Take Away, MI Road
To get a tour of Jaipur, contact PrimeAdventureTours.Com. And if you can spend two more extra days in Jaipur, then you can also visit Agra, which is 4 hour drive from Jaipur.