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Tips for Online Booking for Your Vacation in Jaipur

When people want to know more about the rich culture of India and the royal lifestyle of the medieval period here, Jaipur is an ideal destination for them. It is the state capital of Rajasthan and is also known as the Pink City of India. It was founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in 1727, who was the king of Ajmer, and later developed by his descendants. Thus, this city contains many royal palaces, monuments, and lakes made by Rajput kings, for which it is now declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Where is Jaipur?

Jaipur is located on the eastern-central side of Rajasthan, which is a northwestern state of India. It has Ajmer to its southwest and Alwar to its northeast, almost at the same distances from this city. It serves as a gateway to other popular tourist destinations of Rajasthan, like Jodhpur, Udaipur, and Jaisalmer. 

How to search and find the best flights to Jaipur online?

Jaipur International Airport is 12.2 Km from the city center, which is connected to many destinations throughout the world by numerous domestic and international flights. SpiceJet, IndiGo, Air India, Go Air, Etihad Airways, Emirates, British Airways, and Singapore Airlines run regular flights from different cities to Jaipur. Thus, people need to enter the website of a reliable travel agency and check the flights available from their home cities to Jaipur on their desired dates. The online facilities have made flight ticket booking much easier for all passengers.

What is Jaipur famous for?

Jaipur is called Pink City because all its buildings have been painted pink since 1876 when this unique initiative was taken to welcome the Prince of Wales. This city is famous for housing several palaces, gardens, temples, museums, and some nearby forts. Tourists find the lists of all these tourist attractions in the tour itinerary provided by their travel agencies.

Climate

Jaipur experiences a hot and semi-arid climate, as influenced by the monsoon winds and the Thar Desert. The climatic temperature goes up to 48 °C in summer, mainly in the month of May. Most of the rainfall is experienced in July and August, accompanied by thunderstorms. The temperature dips to 20 °C or even lower in the months of December to February. Thus, winter is the peak tourist season in Jaipur when the climate is cool, dry, and very comfortable for sightseeing and other forms of enjoyment.

Places to visit

 City Palace was the administrative seat since Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II shifted his capital to this newly founded city and it was made by fusing Mughal and Rajput architectural styles. Amber Palace 11 Km away from Jaipur that is now declared UNESCO World Heritage Site and this huge fort is made of a unique combination of red sandstone and white marble.  Hawa Mahal was built by King Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799 as his summer residence, which is a five-story building made of pink sandstone, by combining Islamic and Hindu architecture. Jantar Mantar is another UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is a large astronomical observatory containing 16 geometric tools and it was made by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. 

Albert Hall Museum or Central Museum is located in Ram Niwas Garden and it contains numerous paintings from different Rajasthani schools of art, metal carvings, woodwork, stone sculptures, vintage carpets, ancient weapons, and beautiful ivory items. Jal Mahal or Lake Palace made of sand-colored stones on Man Sagar Lake is known for its magnificence. Nahargarh Fort on a range of Aravalli Hills, Jaigarh Fort containing the world’s biggest cannon Jaiban, Gaitore or the tombs of the kings of Jaipur, Sisodia Rani Palace 8 Km away from Jaipur, and Vidyadhar Garden are other notable tourist attractions close to the city center of Jaipur. Central Park, Anokhi Museum of hand printing, Ganesh Temple at Moti Doongri Hill, Govind Devji Temple, Digambar Jain Mandir, and Galtaji are some sacred pilgrimage sites in and around Jaipur. 

Cuisine

The eateries of Jaipur serve various types of Rajasthani cuisines, like Gatte ki sabzi, Bajra ki roti, Lasun ki chutney, Papad ki sabzi, Ker sangri, and Panchkuta, all of which are typical vegetarian dishes cooked in Thar Desert. Non-vegetarians can taste Lal Maans or mutton curry cooked in a spicy sauce. Raab is a Rajasthani soup made of Bajra flour and buttermilk. Ghevar is a popular Rajasthani dessert made of flour, malai ghevar or cream, mawa or condensed milk, and ghee. 

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Thus, a Jaipur tour with family or friends can become a lifetime memory, due to the many unique features included in this itinerary.   

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