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Hawa Mahal
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Rambagh Palace
Amber Fort
Jaigarh Fort
Nahargarh Fort
Central Museum
Kanak Valley
Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh
Laxmi Narayan Temple

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Ajmer
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Tonk
Gaitor
Pushkar
Alwar
Kishangarh
Roopangarh
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Pushkar Fair
Teej Festival
Gangaur Festival
Elephant Festival
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                The Pink City


Jaipur, the first planned city in India is located in the desert city of Rajasthan. It is the capital city of the state and is popular for the charm the city provides. Jaipur is also known as the Pink City and was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II in the year 1727. The city takes pride in its cultural heritage and is considered to be the reservoir of Indian customs, tradition, legacy and civilization. Jaipur is the commercial centre for most of the rural regions of Rajasthan and has large number of destinations for the tourists to visit. We at Touristplacesinindia.com provide you with complete information on all that you want to know about tourist attractions in Jaipur.

The city has many places for the tourists to visit. It is one of the most alluring cities in India and offers wide scope to the tourists to explore the city. Some of the most appealing tourist destination it the city includes:

Abhaneri: It is a small town famous for the Harshat Mata Temple and is situated on the Jaipur Agra road believed to be built by Raja Chand. This town is also famous for the astonishing step wells.

Bagru: It is a small village situated about 30 km from Jaipur on the Jaipur Ajmer Road and is popular for its wooden prints.

Bairath: This historical place is located on the Shahpura-Alwar Road and is 86 km from Jaipur. This town is said to have existed from the time of Mahabharata of Ancient Indian History. This city has also the ruins of a circular Buddhist temple, the earliest structural temple in India. Another important characteristic of this town is the Banganga Fair which is celebrated annually near the town.

Ranthambore National Park: It is located in the Eastern part of Rajasthan and is about 130 km from Jaipur. It is one of the biggest tiger reserve in India and has over 300 species of trees, 50 species of aquatic plants, 300 species of birds, 12 species of reptiles and 30 species of mammals.

Sariska National Park: This wildlife sanctuary is located about 107 km from Jaipur and has a large number of temples and historic monuments which depicts the legacy of the Maharajas of Alwar.

Other important tourist attraction in the city includes the Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Jantar Mantar and the Nahargarh Fort.

The city is well accessible by roads, railways and roadways. Jaipur has the nearest airport and the railway station. The city has a well developed road network with National Highway No 11 passes through the city. Local transportation in the city includes black and yellow taxi, auto rickshaw and deluxe bus service.

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