Heritage Destination

Jaipur Tourism, Rajasthan

Ranked 1 of 60 Destinations in Rajasthan
Average rating
5.9 / 7 1

46569 Ratings & 1129 Reviews


Jaipur Sightseeing (281)

Ranked 1 of 281 Places

5.8 / 7 464 Ratings
Entry: paid

Ranked 2 of 281 Places

6.2 / 7 352 Ratings
Entry: paid


Best Package Deals to Jaipur

Check package deals

Most preferred by...

Travellers from New Delhi, Jaipur
Customized Holiday Packages
Write a review

Read 1129 destination reviews with average rating of 5.9/7, out of 46057 Jaipur reviews

Akshay, Bangalore
10 Reviews

"Jail Mahala"

2 days ago
This place is a kind of not so great piece of architecture except to the place it is built on.
The palace is built in between a lake.
The palace offers a good view and is overall worth visiting.
The palace is accessible only by the means of water transportation.

Himanshu dixit,
3 Reviews

"Jaipur - The heritage of India"

6 days ago
Jaipur is a must visit to know the old Indian culture and be proud of
There are many awesome destinations from ancient forts to old city to many more things to explore
And if you can have company of local residents (not guides) then you can explore the city to the fullest
But yes, 1 most important tip while visiting Jaipur
Avoid driving in the city by yourself
City traffic follows one ways on many roads during different times of the day and with no signs at all, also GPS does not update random one ways made by city police
In these conditions driving is a pain
Just hire a cab from hotel you staying or OLA also offers city tour now
Go for it
City is too hot in day time, even in months of dec and jan, wear wisely

Ashish verma,
7 Reviews

"Excellent city with a great historical past"

1 week ago
Jaipur need no introduction. Moreover, it belongs to the Royal state of Rajasthan which is known for its colourful culture, vibrance and excellent hospitality. City is known for its historical past, Unesco heritage sites and great Rajasthani food. Loved the trip as it was ushering in the new year and also romantic getaway.
Will return in the future again to visit the places I could not visit now.

Alex, Bangalore
6 Reviews

"Great Indian Culture heritage Holiday"

1 week ago
Excellent Trip we had (self, wife and employed daughter). Visited all the important places.
Must Visit for the Heritage buffs
1. Birla Temple .. All marble, well maintained beautiful temple, open to all faiths.
2. City Palace
3. Amber Fort (or Amer Fort)
4. Hawa Mahala (get a sheet of self+spouse photographed with Hawa Mahala stamps of Rs 5/ (worth 60 rupees) for Rs 300/ per sheet.
5. Sanjay Sharma Museum a superb and a great labor of love institution.
6. Albert Hall Museum, again a superb museum.
Fortunately, there was a local Rajasthani Food and Folklore festival going on in Jaipur and we had a great time eating delicious Rajasthani food in a typical Thali.
Our experiences of Albert Hall and Sanjay Sharma museum was extraordinary. Particularly the Sanjay Sharma museum has many unique artifacts (Locks of all sizes, palm manuscripts and superb copies of manuscript Bhagvat Gita. ).
NOTE:HIRE a GUIDE or the AUDIO GUIDE at all places.
Jaipur is also call Pink city because of the colour of the buildings in the old city area. We had stayed in the city for couple of nights and were able to cover most of the places of interest like City Palace, Old City, Jantar Mantar, Amer Fort.
The old city area has a historical charm because of the architecture and color of the buildings. The traffic is very heavy there and we needed to pass the area to visit the places of interest.
We had a nice dinner at Choki Dhani where you are served traditional Rajasthani food which is very spicy and tasty. Also there are number of activities like folk dances, camel ride, magic shows etc which are placed in a village type of setting.
On the whole it was a relaxing family vacation and also a great shopping destination. Don't forget to take a look at the sarees and quilts which are world famous due to the rich vegetable colours used and hand printed using block prints.

Amelia kim,
5 Reviews

"New, good and clean hotel"

2 weeks ago
It is a good and cheap hotel. The hotel is not too big but the room is a quite good and ambience to sleep well and take a rest in Jaipur. I really recommand this hotel. From the heritage place is not close. So if you want to see heritage places, you would better to hire rent a car or taxi. But Ola taxi cannot go to Amber Fort. But the hotel support or arrange the car by a good cost. The staff are kind and good.

Rashmi singh,
2 Reviews

"Good Experience"

2 weeks ago
I went to Jaipur with my family for 2 days trip. Jaipur has many places worth visiting. Amer fort is the best of all. Every place was overcrowded as we went on 31 December. So plan your tour accordingly. At Choki Dhani, you can have Rajasthani food served in the traditional style along with folk dance.

Vellepat udayakumar,
5 Reviews

"Jaipur trip"

2 weeks ago
We are visiting Jaipur after 30 years. To Jaigarh fort, those days, we had to climb up. Now it is a motorable road right to top. Very convenient for tourists.
Both Nahargarh fort and Jaigarh fort are marvels of architecture. It just becomes unimaginable how they have made those massive forts in those good old days without the present day construction equipment.
Those forts speak of the rich heritage of India.
The Amer fort ( palace ), was something so wonderful that we could have spend 2 days admiring the intricacies of workmanship. They had planned everything. Safety from attackers, escape routes ( tunnel ), etc. The Sheesh Mahala in the fort was the best of craftmanship you can think of.

Nur alam,
4 Reviews

"Fantastic location"

2 weeks ago
Jaipur is very nice place. The city of forts and enriched with historical context. The people of Jaipur is very nice. The culture is unique. Our visit to Jaipur to collect the truth of the past. The property could not make them inhuman
Our visit to Jaipur was very nice. Our visit was very nice

Pritvi, Bangalore
223 Reviews

"A Trip to Jaipur"

2 weeks ago
I had been to Jaipur by train in the month of November 2016. Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. The must-visit attractions around Jaipur include the iconic Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort and the BM Birla Planetarium and the City Palace. The Jantar Mantar was built by the revered king Sawai Jai Singh II. This majestic heritage site is now included as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This is the largest of India's 5 astronomical laboratories. Amber Fort was the capital of the erstwhile Kachhwaha rulers for a period of 7 years before the royal city of Jaipur came into existence. The time taken to build the Amber Fort was around 200 years and the 3 kings noteworthy of mention here are Raja Man Singh, Raja Jai Singh and Sawai Jai Singh, as under these princely kings, the royal Amber Fort was built over a period stretching to almost 200 years. The BM Birla Planetarium is equipped with modern and computerised projection systems facilitating spectacular audio-visual entertainment. This museum also has a science museum. The City Palace was built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh and the style of Architecture has a combination of both Mughal and Rajput style of Architecture.

Best time to visit in next 6 months

  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun

About Jaipur

History of Jaipur

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is also known as the ‘Pink City’. Jaipur is an enchanting historical city and was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Jai Singh, the King of Amer. Also, the city of Jaipur is named after him.

During the rule of Sawai Ram Singh, the city of Jaipur was painted pink to greet Prince Edward and Queen Victoria. Since then, Jaipur came to be known as the Pink City. The City also remains to be the gateway to India’s exuberant state of Rajasthan.

People and Culture of Jaipur

Jaipur is one of the popular tourist places in India. All year round, it is swarming with tourists from all over the world. The colourful streets, a blend of old and new Jaipur and the rich splendour cultural heritage are Jaipur’s most attractive features. The main language of Jaipur is Rajasthani but Marwari, Hindi and English are also spoken here. It has a good cosmopolitan mix in terms of population and culture, celebrating Hindu, Jain, Sikh, Muslim and Christian festivals. Few of the main festivals of Jaipur are Gangaur festival, Teej festival, Elephant Fair, Jaipur Literature festival, Kite festival, Chhat ka Mela in Amber during Navratri.

Things to Do in Jaipur

Jaipur is abode to magnificent palaces, splendid forts and charming architectural buildings and hence there are a lot of sightseeing in Jaipur that tourists must indulge in. City Palace is one of the most popular Jaipur attractions. With a charismatic architecture, this palace has gardens, courtyards and many other important buildings that are housed in it. From places to visit in Jaipur, Amber Fort is another spectacular tourist place. The fort has a royal palace that portrays a merge of Hindu and Muslim architecture and it also depicts the lifestyle of the Rajputs.

Hawa Mahal is another one from Jaipur places to visit. This palace has honeycombed hive architecture and is built of red and pink sandstones. Jal Mahal and Jantar Mantar are two other Jaipur tourist places that you must visit.

Food and Shopping in Jaipur

Apart from places to see in Jaipur, there is lots of other entertainment to catch up in Jaipur. A trip to Jaipur is incomplete without munching on the local Rajasthani cuisine. Dal Bati Churma, Ghewar, Kalakand and Bajre Ki Khichri are some of the famous dishes of Jaipur. Things to do in Jaipur include a visit to Choki Dhani- a place where you can enjoy food along with the vibrant culture of Rajasthan.

Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar and Chaura Rasta are some of the famous markets where you will find everything from lehengas to handicrafts to bangles and pottery. Jaipur tour is incomplete without raiding and shopping from these markets.

Accommodation in Jaipur

For transport options and figuring out how to reach Jaipur, one can opt for going by road, by flight, by bus or by train. For accommodation, one can choose to stay in budget hotels, resorts, guest houses or luxury hotels. There is no shortage of accommodation here in Jaipur. Keeping the entire list of Jaipur sightseeing in mind, plan an itinerary, book one of the hotels in Jaipur well in advance and take off to this Pink City!

Give us your holiday plan

Check package deals

Top ranked hotels

Loha Garh Fort Resort


Rank based on 76 hotel reviews

 NH-8, Kachera Wala, Kukas, Near Tree...

98 Ratings

The award-winning Lohagarh Fort Resort in Jaipur is a...


Tree of Life Resort & Spa


Rank based on 29 hotel reviews

 Kacherwala, Kukas, Jaipur, Rajasthan...

40 Ratings

This is our second stay here.. Let me start being brave.. This is...


Fairmont Hotel


Rank based on 76 hotel reviews

 2, Riico, Kukas, Jaipur, Rajasthan...

122 Ratings

Nestled among the Aravalli hills , t he Fairmont Hotel is a...