Places To Visit Rajasthan

Jaipur: well, it is also known as the pink city. The buildings here do have that pinkish and peach touch which makes this city more magical. You will ldefinatley be stunned by old world car of this city. Form might fortress, palaces to cute cafes and what not. Enjoy the city’s most historic places and capture the best moment. Visit  Nahargarh Fort, where the entry charges for Foreigners are INR 50 for adults, INR 25 for students and for Indians it is INR 20 for adults, INR 5 for students. You can get the view of entire Jaipur city from the fort.  Hawa Mahal, also known as palace of winds, Amer fort which is considered as the gem of japer. Plus many movies were shot here too. Then visit Jal Mahal, which is located in the middle of Lake Man Sagar, is one of the best places to see in Jaipur. City palace, which is the perfect amalgamation of European plus rajputana arhictecture. Visit, Monkey Temple also known as money temple, Govind Dev Ji temple, Moti Dungri Temple, Akshardham Temple and so much. more.

Udaipur: this city is known by numerous of names such as white city, city of lakes, most romantic city and so much more. Starting from the City Palace, which Is banks of Lake Pichola. Its royal and dull of grandeur plus you can experience the mirror-work, unique paintings, murals, antique furniture and marble work all together. Jagmandir,  Jagdish Temple also a perfect depiction of inod-aryan architecture. Saheliyon Ki Bari, Sajjangarh Palace  also known as the monsoon palace.  Fateh Sagar Lake,  Lake Pichola, Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar Lake, Vintage Car Museum.

Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary: Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for tigers. It is one the best reputed tiger reserves and not just that, but also one of the most filmed wildlife reserves in the world. You can also explore Ranthambore Fort, which is known for its intricate architecture. And those who loves nature, can definitely experience the rich diversity of flora and fauna here.

Jaisalmer: also known as the golden city, and unending tales of the courageous rulers and citizens of the bygone era, tales of unequaled valor. Here you can explore the jaisalmer fort, abandoned village of kuldhara, go for jeep safari at dunes,  Gadisar Lake,  Patwaon Ki Haveli, Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli, Salim Singh Ki Haveli,  Bada Bagh, Thar Heritage Museum. And go for  Boating at Gadisar Lake, Desert Festival.

Make sure to shop from Sadar Bazaar, Pansari Bazaar, Seema Gram, Gandhi Darshan, Manak Chowk and Khadi Gramodyog Emporium and get some mirror-work embroidered garments and carpets, blankets, oil lamps, old stonework items, colorful fabrics, wooden items, silk textiles and silver jewelry.

Jodhpur: also known as the blue city. Famous of the most iconic mehrangarh fort. Which speaks of stories of victory, royalty, faith, power, grandeur, joy, and courage. It is also known as the sun fort and many movies have been shot here too. Jaswant thawda, magnificent structure made of white marble is a cenotaph. Machiya Safari park near Kaylana Lake. Mandore Gardens, it has Mandore fort, temples, cenotaph and Museum showcasing rich heritage. Khejarla Fort, 400-year old sandstone monument. Moti Mahal. Sheesh Mahal., phool mahal, Chamunda Mataji temple, Ghanta Ghar, the clock tower.

Pushkar: majorly known for its religious significance. You can visit Pushkar Lake, Brahma's Temple, Varaha Temple, Savitri Temple, Pushkar Camel Fair, Man Mahal, Rangji Temple, Desert Camp, Mahadeva Temple, Pushkar Bazaar, Merta City, Rose Garden, Kishangarh, Apteshwar Temple, Man Mahal, Visit Pushkar Bazaar, Adventure Desert Camp, Merta City. You must experience the colorful narrow streets that are full of joy, vibrancy, culture, and warmth.

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