Your Bucket list is not yet ticked off if you have not been to Jaipur yet.
If you love visiting palaces and to know about the lifestyle of rulers of the past, Jaipur is the place for you.
Popularly known as the ‘Pink City of India’ it never fails to surprise a traveller with strong forts and marvelous architecture that flaunt the expertise of old artisans.
If you want to make it to jaipur in pleasant weather , the best month to choose for a trip to Jaipur is in between October and March.
Now the question arises where to go and where to start from
So here is a list of 7 must visit places

1 City Palace
City Palace stands at the heart of the Old City of Jaipur for nearly three centuries now , shortly after Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II decided to relocate his court from the city of Amber.
It is famous for History, Architecture and Photography.
City Palace is a regal abode— complex of buildings built around a series of landscaped garden courtyards that overlooks Jaipur and Lake Palace. The entire property is epitome of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture.

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2 Jantar Mantar
Jantar Mantar in Jaipur has captured the interest of many people over the years.
It was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II between 1727 and 1734.
At first sight , Jantar Mantar may look like a bunch of larger-than-life abstract sculptures. But this is not an art gallery—it’s a special collection of astronomical tools but today the place is used more as a popular tourist attraction than an instrument of astronomical prowess.

3 Hawa Mahal
you can Watch the world go by through the hundreds of tiny windows at Hawa Mahal aka Palace of the Winds. It was Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. It is a fine blend of Hindu and Persian architecture .

  1. Jal Mahal
    Looking at the Jal Mahal, you might think you’re seeing a mirage or living a fairtale.
    At night, it’s lit up in all its beauty ,throwing a golden, glowing reflection on the water.It is located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake and is a fine fusion of Mughal and Rajput styles of architecture.

5 Nahargarh Fort aka the Abode of Tigers
It was Built by Jai Singh II. It is Located on the rocky ridge of Aravalli Hills and hence gives panoramic view of Jaipur city.

6 Chokhi Dhani
While travelling in Jaipur, you would not want to miss out the chance to enjoy certain festive celebrations of Jaipur, Visit Chokhi Dhani and witness the liveliness of Jaipur’s celebrations.Chokhi Dhani is one of the most renowned village resorts in Jaipur.

7 Raj Mandir
Often called as the Pride if Asia, It is located on Bhagwan Das Road, Jaipur, it is one of the best places in the entire city to enjoy all the Bollywood masala .The movie complex has a capacity to hold a 1300-strong audience.

8 Johari Bazaar
For all the shopaholics as well as those looking for souvenirs, this is the place for you.

9 Jaigarh Fort
It stands at a height of 500 feet above the sea level and adorns the Cheel Ka Tila or the Hill of Eagles in the Aravali Range . The main attraction of Jaigarh fort is the Jaivana cannon, which was once the world’s largest cannon on wheels.