Before going ahead I would like to lit a torch on Jaipur, the city of cultural heritage. It is always been a center of attraction for tourists. Jaipur is well known as Pink City to the world. There is an interesting story behind naming of Jaipur as the Pink City. In 1876, The Prince of Wales was about to visit India. To give a warm gesture of hospitality, the then king Maharaja Ram Singh painted the entire city pink. Since the color pink is symbolized to hospitality and thus color makes for a marvelous spectacle to behold.
Best Time to Visit & Where to Stay:
Jaipur being located to the northern region of India encounters all the four seasons i.e. summer, monsoon, winter and autumn. But the best part is that you can visit Jaipur at any time through-out the year. You will definitely find something new to do at each time.
If you are a student, then a budget trip is always at top concern. In that case, I will suggest you to book rooms at Roadhouse Hostels located at a prime location, about just 5 KMs away from Jaipur Railway Station. The place is very economic, well-maintained, beautifully decorated and often full with foreign visitors. If budget is not of any concern, then there are plenty of hotels available.
We visited places through our royal ride of Innova. Jaipur is less crowded city compare to Delhi, obviously. So, it is advised to rent a car for the day to visit all the places. You can easily book online and they are really affordable and a great companion to explore the city.
Let’s Explore the Beauty of Jaipur:
Amber Fort (Amer):
Constructed with red sand stones and marbles, this fort is known for its artistic Hindu style, making it an attractive and opulent palace. The palace has been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site, and left the visitors spellbound by its magnificent carvings, mirrors and precious stones. What a huge fort!