Rajasthan Travel Guide

4 Days Trip in Jaipur

Jaipur is the capital city of the state of Rajasthan and one of the hottest tourist destinations in India. The city is also known as the Pink City of India as the majority of the houses of the city is painted in Pink and it is indeed an impeccable scene to be explored.  Jaipur is a planned city and the planning was done by a Bengali architect Vidhyadhar Chakravorty, who planned the city beautifully in to blocks and wide- streets. The city is also surrounded by a huge wall. The city is rich in historical architectures and as most of the buildings are made in pink sandstone so the city buildings are done to match with those ancient structures.

Best Season to Visit :   October– March
Attractions: Palaces, Forts, Gardens, museums, Temples
Best Hotels in Jaipur :  Fort Madhogarh, TajRambagh Palace, Oberoi Rajvilas etc.

The city is considered as the largest city of Rajasthan and can be reached easily via Delhi and Mumbai to Jaipur Airport through many domestic and International Airlines. There are ample of Airlines who will take you to this beautiful city and the people who are neighbors of Rajasthan can also reach easily through Trains, buses and taxis.

TThe tourists can reach Jaipur by road through Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) buses which are easily available from Delhi and the tourists can reach there in a very comfortable journey.
Jaipur can also be reached by trains which are easily accessible by the major cities of India and can be reached at the Jaipur Junction, Gandhinagar or Durgapura.

You can have a complete trip of the city in 4 days and can discover the major sightseeing of Jaipur.

Amber Fort in Jaipur

Amber Fort in Jaipur

How to Spend 4 Days in Jaipur City

Day 1: Arrival at Jaipur

You can reach the city through the Jaipur Airport or from the station and reach to any of the major hotels in Jaipur or any other accommodation. Get yourself picked up from Jaipur Airport, or the Railway Station, or Bus Stand and get your transfers to hotel for refreshing up and then after having getting freshen up and food you can plan your visit to Jaipur. You can plan your visit according to the time you visit this city and if you reach at the early morning you can have a trip to the major tourist places in Jaipur and start with the City palace which is an extraordinary palace to be witnessed and the tourists can see the beauty of the palace which is bright and the building complex includes the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces and other buildings and to explore it will be time consuming and you can also explore the local market of Tripolia Bazaar which is a nice market of Jaipur where you can buy the local souvenirs and can also have  a nice dinner at the Chokhi Dhani which is perfect place to have the traditional cuisines of Rajasthan. Or if you reach at the evening you can only explore the Tripolia Bazar and visit to the Chokhi Dhani as this place is just a no miss of Jaipur.

Day 2: Jaipur City Tour

You can start your sightseeing of Jaipur after having your breakfast, excursion to the City palace could be your starting point but if you are done here on the first day and can move on to the next destination of HawaMahal which is an exclusive and very unusual palace with 950 windows and this beautiful red sandstone structure will get you the glimpse of intelligent craftsmanship. You can next move to the Jantar Mantar which is a structure stated as UNESCO World Heritage Site and largest of five astronomical observatories build by Maharaja Jai Singh and the structure is used to measure time, forecasting eclipses, following stars in their orbits, discovering the of planets and determining the celestial bodies and altitudes, and you can end your second day trip by visiting the Surya Mandir or the sun Temple and the Sawai Man Singh II Museum where you can see a huge collection of ancient sculptures, coins , jewelries and many others and get your transfers to hotel.

Day 3: Explore more places

Your third day trip starts after having the breakfast you can check out for a trip which will be a mix of temples, zoo and fort so the third will be equally interesting and you can start with the views of the Govind Ji Temple which is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and this temple has second significance after the temple of Vrinadavan and moving on to the Jaipur Zoo to watch the wildlife of Rajasthanwhere you can watch out for the white leopards, a huge number of mammals, more than 50 species of birds and reptiles and will spend the major share of your day at this place. You can end your trip here and can move to the Albert Hall and Museum as it is adjacent to the zoo so you can have a quick trip here and follow your day with the Lakshmi Narayan Temple or the Birla Temple which is an exquisite example of distinct craftsmanship on white marble. 

Day 4: The Fort Trip and Departure

The last day of your excursion will be dedicated to the forts of Jaipur where you can visit the Amber Fort and Palace and the best sightseeing of Jaipur will let you explore the best visuals of this huge structure is an exclusive definition of Hindu and Muslim architecture and also watch out for the Amber Fort light and Sound show and continue your excursion to the Jaigarh Fort where the glimpses of same kind of architecture can be seen. This fort resembles the Amber Fort and located on the Aravalli foothills. You can also visit the JalMahal which is a beautiful fort located amidst the Man Sagar Lake and lastly the Nahargarh Fort which is located on the foothills of the Aravallis  and the fort is one of the best sightseeing of Jaipur to be discovered, and from here you can have the best views of the entire Jaipur City. You can return to your hotel and transfers to Airport or Railway Station will be assisted.

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