Full day Itinerary
Start with an elephant safari to Amber Fort, discover the art of block printing, stroll through the City Palace and Hawa Mahal, make a pilgrimage to Galtaji Temple.
India’s famed pink city, with a unique character that is quintessentially Rajput, is more than a gateway to Rajasthan. Jaipur has a bit of everything, from the wonders of its many historic forts and palaces, to the rich vibrancy of local culture and bustling energy in its vivid bazaars.
Jaipur International Airport, located in Sanganer, connects Jaipur to the rest of the country and to major Indian cities like Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Chennai.
Jaipur Junction, the city’s largest railway station and headquarters of the North Western Railways, is connected to most Indian cities, with direct trains to Mumbai, New Delhi and Sawai Madhopur. The extravagant Palace on Wheels train also halts here.
The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) operates buses and coaches from the central bus stand at Sindhi Camp to other cities in Rajasthan, as well as other northern states.
Jaipur has easy access to the national highways that run through Rajasthan, making most other cities in the state convenient to reach. It is about five hours away from New Delhi via NH 8.