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Jaipur, India is known for its temples, festivals, gardens, and restaurants. Rent a cottage with 24 hour room service or stay in a large villa with a private terrace. While in Jaipur you can also visit other popular cities in India, such as New Delhi.
Things to Do in Jaipur
Jaipur has a wide variety of attractions that you can visit while on vacation. There are several forts in Jaipur, including Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and Amber Fort. Some popular temples you can visit are the Govind Dev Jee Temple and the Moti Doongri Ganesh Temple. While in Jaipur you can go to the Rambag Polo Ground to see a polo match. Go for a stroll through Vidyadhar Garden and Sisodia Rani ka Bagh. For a rooftop dinner, eat dinner at the Peacock Rooftop Restaurant at the Hotel Pearl. For outdoor dining, try Kalyan Restaurant. Depending on when you are visiting Jaipur, there may be a festival going on! If you are visiting during July and August, you can see the Teej Festival. If you are visiting in March, you can see folk dances and elephant polo at the Elephant Festival.
Day Trips Near Jaipur
You can take a day trip to Kishangarh, which is also in the state of Rajasthan and is about an hour and a half drive from Jaipur. In Kishangarh you can visit the Brahma Temple and see Ajmer Sharief, which is a famous Muslim Pilgrimage site. Another day trip you can go on, although it’s a bit further away, is to New Delhi. New Delhi is about a four-hour drive from Jaipur. In New Delhi you can explore the Lodi Gardens, which is filled with artists, tombs, and flowers. If you’re into art and history, make sure to go see the exhibits at the National Museum of New Delhi, which has 200,000 works of art. While in New Delhi you can also walk and eat your way through Spice Market and go shopping in Dilli Haat. For a day trip that’s a little closer to Jaipur, try going to Bhangarh. Bhangarh is an hour and a half drive from Jaipur.
As a large city, Jaipur has a wide variety of rental accommodations. You can rent a villa with your own private terrace, a large house that sleeps 10 people, or a cottage that has a minibar and 24-hour room service. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Jaipur vacation rental today!
Transportation in Jaipur
In Jaipur you can ride around the city in an auto rickshaw. Alternatively, you can take a taxi, which charges per kilometer. Some taxi companies include Rajputana Cabs, India Invitation, and Jaipur Taxi Services.
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