8 Best Sightseeing Places to Visit in Jaipur, Rajasthan
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Jaipur is known by the other name, i.e., ‘The Pink City of India. It is the capital of Rajasthan. You’re bound to be awestruck by the royal beauties of the city. Jaipur is a price for your eyes. The place is filled with the wonders of architecture.The rich culture and vibrancy of the city will touch your heart.

Suppose you love divulging into the lifestyle of the royalties and are passionate about art, architecture, and culture. Then, Jaipur is the place for you. Jaipur tour packages help you to map out your route to experience the grandeur of Jaipur.

City Palace

Once you are in the heart of the old city Jaipur, you cannot miss out on an opportunity to visit the City Palace. You are overlooking the city of Jaipur; the complex consists of intricate buildings.

The incredible architecture throughout the property will cast a spell with its enchanting beauty. In the present time, the palace is still a humble abode to the descendants of the royal family, and while booking Rajasthan holiday packages make sure you visit here.

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar, at first glance, is a place of absurdity. The abstract structures are an array of instruments for astronomy. It is among the biggest observatories for astronomy built during the time under the Maharaja Jai Singh II. A geometrical device such as Samrat Yantra, Jai Prakash is outstanding for measuring time, etc.

The architectural structures of Jantar Mantar serve a distinct purpose. Each of them is a component of UNESCO World Heritage Site. This place is amongst the top-rank sightseeing in Jaipur for its astronomical aspect and architectural heights.
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Hawa Mahal

The Hawa Mahal, or ‘Palace of Breeze’, is the signature building of Jaipur and a true representation of architectural mastery. You can find it on the postcards from Rajasthan.It’s a must-see place If you’re visiting Jaipur. The building, which is five stories tall, was constructed in 1799 under Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh.

. So this building was built to create a place for the women to witness and enjoy the street festivals.

Amber Fort

Rajasthan holds another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Amber Fort. The site has a fascinating history. Rajasthan is a place of rustic forts, and the most famous amongst the several is the Amber Fort. The red sandstone and marble fort are located on a hilltop about 11 kilometres from Jaipur.

Built in the year 1952 by Raja Mansingh, the Fort comprises beautiful courtyards. But mind you, it is worth every step of yours. Be ready to be astonished by another architectural beauty of Jaipur. If you’re planning a trip to Jaipur, this place should top your sightseeing list. Experience the elephant ride in the Fort. Mesmerize yourself in the light and sound show in the evening and enjoy the delicacies at 1135AD.

Nahargarh Fort

A spectacular view awaits you in the Nahargarh Fort. Nahargarh Fort is also called Tiger Fort. The 300-year-old Fort will treat you with the best of everything. It was built in 1734 as a defensive fort to protect Jaipur from the intruders in the Aravalli ranges. A perfect destination for some surreal landscape photography. The Fort overlooks the picturesque cityscape of Jaipur.

Along with this, the building is well known for its mural-painted corridors that connect with King’s suite. Handmade murals are the most creative way of expression. Enjoy the sunset, visit the wax museum and sculpture park. The best place to start sightseeing in Jaipur is surely by visiting this place. The Fort will make your heart happy.

Jal Mahal

It is a delight to witness the beauty of this place! Located in the middle of Mansagar Lake, the beauty is a result of creative genius and architecture. The one glance of Jal Mahal is for sure to take your breath away. It looks like someone effortlessly painted it with utter determination.

Albert Hall Museum

You should visit the museum to discover the vast collection of culture and art. The museum is constructed in an Indo-Saracenic design. This was built in 1887. It was named after it’s patron, Prince of Wales, Albert Edward..

The museum is famous amongst the tourists and is one of the best sightseeing sites in Jaipur. There are many artifacts from the past such as the Egyptian Mummy that attracts numerous visitors.. The museum showcases antique coins, arts, paintings, costumes, and many such things.

Pink City Bazar

Go on a shopping haul in the Pink City Bazar. The shopper’s paradise gives you many things to take home as a souvenir from the “Paris of India”.Pink City Bazar consists of Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar, Kishanpole Bazar as well as Tripolia Bazar. Look for crafts, gems jewelry, traditional clothing and more.

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