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Welcome to Jaipur, the capital of India’s most flamboyant State called Rajasthan. Also known as the Pink City, Jaipur was built in the eighteenth century by Sawai Jai Singh. Today, Jaipur has emerged as a leading tourist destination. Jaipur is a picturesque city with splendid forts and historical monuments. The major tourist attractions are Govind Dev Ji Temple, City Palace, Birla Temple, Vidhan Sabha and many other majestic forts.

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Where to stay in Jaipur

Jaipur offers an overwhelming number of hotels, catering to all types of budgets. Skyscanner brings to you a neighbourhood guide in Jaipur, to help choose your hotel, according to your requirement.

Bani Park in Jaipur

This area should be your first choice, given the proximity to the major tourist attractions like Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, City palace to name a few. When it comes to accommodation, Bani Park has a lot to offer, from low-price (starting at INR 700/USD 10 approx.) to mid-range (starting at INR 1500/USD 20 approx.) and luxury stays (Starting at INR 3000/USD 40 approx.). There are also a good number of restaurants nestled in Bani Park that lets you taste lip-smacking local food. It is well-connected to all the Shopping hubs and the local transport options are also efficient.

Distance from Jaipur International Airport: 13 km via Tonk Road

MI Road in Jaipur

One of the main roads of Jaipur that runs along the entire stretch of the city, MI Road is also known as Mirza Ismail Road. There are several landmarks on this road like Ajmeri Gate, Sanganeri Gate, Raj Mandir Cinema and more. MI Road has a lot of accommodation options, spanning every budget (starting at INR 1000/USD 15 and going up to INR 4000/USD 60 approx.). It has tons of shopping and eating places too. Local conveyance is not a problem.  

Distance from Jaipur International Airport: 11 km (approx.) via Jawaharlal Nehru Marg

Tonk Road in Jaipur

A residential area in Jaipur, Tonk Road is comparatively peaceful and quiet. Nestling several restaurants and the famous Birla Temple, Tonk Road offers mid-range (starting at INR 1500/USD 20 approx.) to high-end accommodation options (starting at INR 3000/USD 40 approx.)

Distance from Jaipur International Airport: 5 km (approx.) via NH 12

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Things to do in Jaipur

Some of the major attractions of Jaipur include Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Galtaji, Sanganeri Gate, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Sri Kali Temple, Garh Ganesh Temple, Birla Mandir and the Jaipur Zoo. The Amer Fort and the Jantar Mantar observatory are one of the World Heritage Sites. Hawa Mahal is a pyramidal shaped monument with 953 windows. Kanak Vrindavan and Sisodiya Rani Bagh are the major parks in the city. Apart from that, Jaipur is also home to Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre (JECC).

Transport in Jaipur

Hiring an auto rickshaw is the best way to explore the city. Cycle rickshaws and taxis are also available. Jaipur Railway Station is well connected to other major cities in the country. Jaipur International Airport is located in Sanganer and is 10 km away from the centre of the city. The airport provides services to both international and domestic passengers.

Food in Jaipur

Just like any other place is Rajasthan, Jaipur is also famous for Rajasthani cuisine. The Rajasthani cuisines were mainly influenced by the lifestyles of the locals and the availability of ingredients in this arid region. Some of the most famous dishes include Daal Baati Churma (dish made of lentils and hard wheat rolls), Missi Roti (flat breads made with whole wheat), Ker Sangri (bean and berry curry) and snacks like Bikaneri Bhujia (crispy snack made with moth bean, gram flour and spices), Pyaaj Kachori (spicy onion stuffing) and Mirchi Bada (spicy snack consisting of potato and chili stuffing). The desserts include Ghevar, Feeni, Mawa Kachori, Gajak and Moong Thal. Although more famous for vegetarian cuisines, Jaipur also has a plethora of non-vegetarian dishes like the Laal Maans (meat curry), Banjari Gosht (mutton curry) and Bhuna Kukda (Chicken curry).

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Note: All the above information is correct as of 10th May 2016.