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Jaipur Attractions

Fondly referred to as ‘the pink city’ owing to the pink walls and monuments which were so painted during the regime of Sawai Ram Singh to welcome Edward, the Prince of Wales in 1876, Jaipur with its mighty forts & palaces, lively bazaars and vibrant culture attracts millions of visitors from around the globe including the international royalties and celebrities.
From the recently UNESCO inscribed World Heritage Site Amber Fort to the Jantar Mantar (Royal Observatory) which again is a World Heritage Site and the majestic Hawa Mahal, there are plenty of things to do in Jaipur and amazing forts and places to visit in the city to keep even the fussy travelers on their toes. Explore top things to do, attractions and places to visit in Jaipur to plan your trip.

Amber Fort
Amber Fort

Amber is located at a distance of 11 kilometers from Jaipur and was the old fort of the Kachhwaha clan of Amber.

Hawa Mahal

The Hawa Mahal, which adjoins the famous City Palace wall, was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh.

Central Museum

Rajasthan is known for its rich traditional and cultural heritage, so it should not come off as a surprise.

Jaigarh Fort

The Jaigarh fort was built to bolster up the defense of Amer, so one should not be amazed to find that the fort.

Jantar Mantar

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Nahargarh Fort

The Nahargarh Fort was built by Sawai Raja Jai Singh in 1734. Since Jaipur was his capital, the Nahargarh Fort.

City Palace

Jaipur city is known for its many palaces and forts, which are a major attraction for tourists to Rajasthan.

Kanak Valley

As one moves down from Amber, one gets a sweeping view of the beautiful Kanak valley. The valley, which is formed.

Laxmi Narayan Temple

The Laxmi Narayan is located in the South of Jaipur, and was built by the Birla family, which is a major industrialist.

Rambagh Palace

The Rambagh Palace was built in 1835 by the Queen of Jaipur but was later converted into a hunting lodge and a guesthouse.

Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh

The Sisodia Rani ka Bagh was built for Sawai Jai Singh's wife, Sisodia Queen who was from Udaipur.