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Flights to Jaipur

Flights to Jaipur

Jaipur, the city of maharajas and palaces, is a mix of rich heritage and royal culture. It is an ethereal combination that captures the true essence of India – the old world traditions with a touch of modern magic.

With India's oldest mountain range as the backdrop,Jaipur - the Pink City, is a captivating tourist destination with some of India’s biggest and most architecturally advanced forts and palaces. The City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Amber Fort are some of the beautifully built forts that offer a peak into Rajasthan’s opulent past.

Not just architectural beauty, but Jaipur is also known for its natural beauty with its splendid gardens, sand dunes and lakes. Ramgarh lake is a man made water body that is popular among tourists since it is located near the city. Ram Niwas Garden, Sisodia Rani Garden, Vidyadhar Garden and the Jawahar Circle are some of the spectacular gardens in the city. Wildlife enthusiasts can also enjoy the Jaipur zoo, take the tiger trail or even embark on a bird observation tour in the wetlands.

Many museums have been built to preserve the rich heritage, culture and architecture of the city, the most notable being the City Palace, Albert Hall Museum and the Doll Museum. Jaipur also boasts of temples that are known for their grandeur and spellbinding architecture. GovindDevJiTemple, Shila Devi Temple and the extremely famous, the more modern Birla Mandir are some of them. JantarMantar too is a much frequented tourist spot, showcasing the astronomical instruments built by the Rajput king, Sawai Jai Singh.

The best time to visit the city is between October andMarch when it isn’t extremely hot and you can easily roam around the city. You may also plan your trip around festival season – the kite festival, camel festival, teej, gangaur and elephant festival are prominent Rajasthani festivals wherein the city comes alive with color, lights and celebrations. Since the tourism levels are high during these festivals, you will also be able to visit the beautiful fairs and street shopping stalls that feature handicrafts and cuisines of the local people. While you are there, don’t forget to shop for ethnic jewelry, rugs and beautifully embroidered dupattas and cloth pieces.

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