It goes without saying that Jaipur is a captivating city with a multitude of attractions ruling its landscape. From opulent palaces and forts to majestic temples and bustling bazaars, it’s a spellbinding mix of sights and scenes out there. Do visit all the palaces ,forts and enjoy the authentic food and cycle ride of the pink city.
Bro... you're basically at a place which could probably not be called centre of the state but then again it functions from their... Also Jaipur, along with it's own flavors and essence provides you reminiscent of almost the entire Rajasthan... It's a blend of Art and Traditional culture... 2 days would be enough but only if you don't get bored because of the traffic, you'll be able to explore every marvel and fines that place has in 3 memorable days!
I think not, There is so much to do and compressing it in one day will not let u have the feel of the city. And if visiting Amer Fort that only would take so much of time. Do check out Jantar Mantar City Palace And Museum and Birla Temple
Hi Someshwar, Well one day to explore the pink city is not just enough. If you are a travel enthusiast, then there are lot many places to visit including the palaces and forts which can leave you spellbound. Other than that, if you a shopoholic, then you can just cut short on the list of things you gotta buy coz old city here offers amazing stuff which you can proudly own and flaunt. If you wanna feed you tastebuds, then one day will leave you disappointed.
But to exlpore the city in a day, I am here making a list of things through which you can have a birdview of the Pink City.
Forts: Visit Amber Fort or City Palace, either of them.
Shopping: For traditional stuff, go to old walled city and buy things from Bapu Bazaar or Near Hawa Mahal. During this time you can have a look of Hawa Mahal and the walled city as well and while returning, you can stop at LMB in Johri Bazaar to have a delicious Rajasthani Thali alongwith Ghewar.
Food: Then, In the evening, you can go to Chowki Dhani to have Daal Baati and to feel in Rajasthani Village coz they have everything from horse riding to kalbelia dance and Rajasthani food. You can also read the experience of travelers on Tripoto by clicking on the attached card below. Hope this helps. Thanks!