Jaipur is capital of Rajasthan & 5 hour drive from Delhi. And more than 10,000 travellers visit Jaipur every day because of its stunning tourist sites, easy connectivity via rail, air & road. So, if you are planning to visit Jaipur, then have a look at below points, which will definitely help you to explore Jaipur, with your friends & family.
1- How to reach Jaipur?
As I mentioned above, Jaipur is well connected with Rail, as it has 2 major railway station (Jaipur Junction & Jaipur Gandhinagar), Jaipur International Airport, have direct flights from UAE, Thailand etc, and Delhi-Jaipur highway, which makes Jaipur, less than 4 hour drive from NCR area, especially Gurgaon. To book a flight to Jaipur, checkout booking.kayak.com
2- Where to stay in Jaipur?
In Jaipur, you can plan your stay near Airport, if you are looking for modern hotels like Holiday Inn, Marriot, or plan to stay near Jaipur Junction, which offer some cheap deals, like a nice hotel room for less than $20 per night.
But the best place to stay in Jaipur is Amer area, as its near to all heritage sites of Jaipur like Jal Mahal, Amber Fort etc. To book a hotel in Jaipur, you can check Agoda.com.
3- What to see in Jaipur?
To plan a tour of Jaipur, you can hire a cab, and plan a minimum of 2 days trip, First you can visit the old Jaipur city area, which is Amer & Pink city. Here, you can plan visit to:
- Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh/ Nahargarh Fort, Panna Meena Kund, all at Amer.
- Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar at Pick city area.
Plus a few more sites which travellers love to visit are Jawahar Circle, Patrika gate, Chokhi Dhani etc. To get a tour of Jaipur, contact RajputanaCabs.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.
4- When visit Jaipur?
The weather in Jaipur, is a bit hot from May to July, but from August to April, its the monsoon and winter season here, and as per my experience, you September is the best month to explore Jaipur, as its the time between Monsoon and winters, which is perfect for longer outdoor stays.