Make your weekend refreshing by discovering Jaipur

 

Jantar-mantar

Jantar-mantar

Albert hall

Albert hall

Amer Palace

Amer Palace

City palace

City palace

Hawa-mahal

Hawa-mahal

jaigarh fort

jaigarh fort

Acknowledged as the “Pink City” in the royal land of Rajasthan, commonly known as the land of kings, treats its visitors with numerous historical monuments. India Holiday Packages offers you an option of exclusive Jaipur Tour Packages, which are one of the best ways to explore in and around the happenings of the city.  The city is also recognized as the city of palaces for its distinguished heritage hotel palaces, which reveals the majestic and glorious past of India.  The palaces of the Kings have now been converted into heritage hotels, which render its visitors a luxurious and royal stay. In the city, you will get to explore its most popular spot, the ‘Jantar Mantar’, popularly known as the world‘s largest stone observatory. Then, there is another striking and admired feature in the city, the Hawa Mahal also known as the Palace of Winds. The palace is famous for its well-arched windows, which are in semi-octagonal shape. This architectural marvel in the land of kings offers a lot to its visitors with its well known places such as  Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, Jaipur City Palace, The Albert’s Museum, Ram Niwas Bagh, Amber Fort etc. The city is also known for its ancient and massive markets, dealing in hand-woven textiles and handmade jewelry. A Jaipur trip will also let you to explore the popular markets in the city, which attract the locals and the tourists are Bapu Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar and Johri Bazaar, and also claims to be as one of the most frequented places in the city. Along with standing as a great shopping place, the city also offers its visitors with some of the most exclusive royal hotels, more commonly known as heritage hotels. So, just get some time off from your busy schedule and plan a royal trip to Jaipur.

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