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    What are some good places to visit near Jaipur?

    Although there is no dearth of places to visit in Jaipur, if you are planning to stay in the city for more days then you can visit places in its vicinity. Some of the must-visit places are:-

    Sariska: - Located at a distance of 133 km it is an ideal place for wildlife lovers. It is a dwelling to a variety of animals that include Bengal Tigers, leopards, jackals, hyenas, deers and monkeys. You can enjoy a thrilling jungle safari here.

    Alwar: - It is known for the remnants of a bygone era that still exists in the forms of forts and Mughals architecture. Located at a distance of 138 km from Jaipur it is a must-visit place.

    Ajmer: - Home to Dargah Sharif of Moinuddin Chishti, it is a popular place among religious travelers. It is 153 kms away from Jaipur and can be visited for a weekend getaway from the pink city.

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  • #3539
    On hearing the name of Jaipur "Pink City", the image of deserts, palaces and lakes begins to form in our minds. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, which is situated in a semi-desert region. The city is known worldwide for its magnificent forts, palaces, majestic buildings, etc. The most famous fort of Jaipur is the Amber Fort which is also known as Amber Fort.
    The major tourist places to visit in Jaipur are - Amber Fort, Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Galtaji Temple, Khatu Shyam Mandir, Ram Niwas Garden, and Birla Mandir etc.

  • #3566
    The following are the top places to visit in Jaipur
    Jantar Mantar - Jaipur
    Hawa Mahal - Palace of Wind
    Nahargarh Fort
    Jaigarh Fort
    Birla Mandir Temple

  • #3571
    Jaipur, commonly known as Pink City has many notable places to explore. I have listed below some of them.
    City Palace
    Amber Fort
    Nahargarh Fort
    Jaigarh Fort
    Hawa Mahal
    Jal Mahal
    Janatar Mantar Observatory
    Pink City Bazaars like Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar, Kishanpole Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar.
    Albert Hall Museum
    Birla Temple
    Govind Dev Ji Temple

    Near Jaipur, there are some exciting places to visit like:
    Abhaneri - famous for Chand Baori step well
    Sariska National Park
    Ajmer - Holy shrine of Khwaja Muin-ud-din Chisti
    Pushkar - famous for only Brahma Temple
    Ranthambore National Park
    Keoladeo National Park

  • #3572
    Jaipur is known as the heart of India state Rajasthan, which makes it a popular tourist attraction. But there are some amazing attractions which are popular even out of India.

    Within City:
    1. Albert Hall Museum
    2. World Trade Park
    3. Raj Mahal palace
    Out of city:
    1. Bhangarh Fort
    2. Damdama Lake
    3. Ajmer

    Sometimes it is difficult to cover up all the places because of the shortage of time. So I will suggest you travel by hiring a self-drive car, which gives you the chance to explore the local culture of Rajasthan.

    You can choose Myles as your car rental provider as they provide good service at affordable prices.

  • #3577
    Jaipur is a great destination for the tourists and people from so many countries coming to India visit this famous tourist place. Other members have already mentioned that there are so many places to visit. I want to add one thing that when I visited there, I had gone to the market in the walled city and it was really a unique experience to shop in those small novelty shops and visit the crowded temple and many such things which are very amusing. You get all sorts of crafts and show items there.

  • #3580
    Hey India Travel Blog team, thank you for bringing this piece of information to our notice. Jaipur is no doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the world filled with royalty, spirituality and culture. These places are most suitable for wildlife and historical lovers. A weekend getaway at such places with family and friends would help people to rejuvenate and relax amid nature and scenic beauty. We could also suggest you add Neemrana and Shekhawati region to list, as they are often overlooked and not valued for their presence.

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