The pink city- Jaipur welcomes wholeheartedly to every traveler from the corners of India.
Jaipur has plenty to offer visitors from pageants and festivals to extraordinarily clad people, a wealth of crafts, and the royal heritage of palaces, and sightseeing that will take up their time.
But if visitors choose to walk around the old city’s streets instead, they won’t regret it.
Rajasthan’s capital, Jaipur, is steeped in history and heritage.
The tale goes true here in splendid mansions and castles, colored purple, where the maharajas once resided.
Jaipur’s busy bazaars, renowned for Rajasthani jewelry, cloth, and accessories, have a unique value and are certainly a treasure for shoppers.
Day-1 Delhi to Jaipur
Welcome to the “Jaipur” city of Rajasthan.
Upon arriving at the airport/railway station in Jaipur, encounter our officer who will help and move you to the hotel from the airport/railway station.
Recline a while and publish this with a trip to the famous place called “Amber Fort and Palace” at the start of this royal journey by availing Jaipur tour package.
Here you will not only find the atmosphere of Rajasthan’s glorious Rajput age but also marvels such as Suraj Pole (one of the great mixture of Hindu and Mughal design), Ganesh Pole, Shila Devi Temple, Sheesh Mahal, Magic Flower Fresco and Man Singh Palace.
After watching Amber Fort’s infinite glory of royalty and beauty, it’s the moment to have dinner, after go to the “Jantar Mantar,” the world’s largest sundial is a world heritage site and a must-not-miss destination on your journey to Jaipur.
Return to the hotel in the afternoon, where all contemporary facilities and delicious lunch are waiting for you and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day-2 Exploring Jaipur
Start your second day according to the Rajasthan tour package which makes you travel to the City Palace and experience incredible Diwan-e-Khas, Diwan-e-Aam, Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, and other outstanding structures.
Not only that, today a part of the complex is open to the public as the “City Palace Museum” housing an exquisite collection of textiles, costumes, carpets, the most beautiful porcelain and a rare collection of arms, paintings and the most significant silver objects in the world-a pair of giant urns.
After witnessing Mughal and Rajput architecture’s most striking style, it’s time to explore the beautiful Jharokhas of the famous “Hawa Mahal,”
One of the most unusual structures built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh for royal women to view Johari Bazaar’s busy streets while hiding behind the Jharokhas.
Here don’t forget to take that view at the top of the five-story building.
In the afternoon, get prepared for a heady travel encounter on the local mall called “Bapu Market” packed with Rajasthani clothes, jewelry, artifacts, pictures, blue pottery, souvenirs, and so on; here you can purchase anything you want.
The officer will pass you off for the trip to the airport/railway station.
I hope you love these tips for a Jaipur tour with us and get home to Pink City with the least known facts!