The crisp autumn air with cooler nights and warm, breezy days, call for hitting the gas and blazing the trails of the country. More so, if you are in Delhi or surrounding cities/towns and want to explore the neighboring states. This, in fact, is the perfect time to make a road trip to Jaipur and experience the Pink City and its heritage.
If you are planning a quick weekend getaway to Jaipur from Delhi, first book a Delhi to Jaipur cab and head out on NH 48. Typically, on a good day (without excessive traffic) it would take you around five hours to reach your destination in Jaipur. On your way, you can stop at a few significant places of historic or cultural interest and turn your drive into a memorable journey. Of all pit-stops, there is one town you cannot miss on your way to Rajasthan.
About halfway through your route, at 129 km from Delhi city limits, on NH 48, lies the quiet little settlement of Neemrana. This historic town sits between Behror and Shahajahanpur, in the Alwar district of Rajasthan and has gained immense popularity as a weekend destination, especially among the Delhi-NCR travelers. A friend of ours rented a car from Delhi to Jaipur from a reliable taxi service, and decided to spend a night in Neemrana.