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Top Attractions in Jaipur

Jaipur is the picturesque capital city of India’s western state of Rajasthan. The city is primarily known for its vibrant atmosphere and colourful locals. Jaipur’s list of attractions is long and features a host of erstwhile forts and palaces. Hawa Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Amer Fort, City Palace and Jal Mahal are top tourist highlights in the city that depict the majestic royal heritage of the region. Sariska Tiger Reserve, Jantar Mantar and Albert Hall Museum are few other attractions that appeal to tourists, treating them with brilliant diversity of the place. For those who wish to enjoy the grand Indian hospitality, a ride on the ultra-luxurious train, Palace on Wheels is highly recommended.

Jaipur Airport Information

Jaipur Airport is the largest in Rajasthan. As of now, the airport primarily handles domestic flights with few international operations. It is well connected to the Delhi International Airport in the Indian capital, and most foreign tourists with a desire to visit Jaipur fly to the city via Delhi. Jaipur Airport’s international connectivity spans across the Middle East, with Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Muscat being the few destinations which are directly connected with the airport. Apart from Indian carriers like Air India and Jet Airways, the airport is served by airlines like Oman Air, Etihad Airways and Air Arabia.

Flight Tickets to Jaipur

Jaipur has limited connectivity with rest of the world, with most of its international flights limited to the Middle East region. Britons seeking flight tickets for Jaipur are advised to find connections via Delhi, the busiest international gateway to India. If the point of departure is London Heathrow, one can book direct flights to Delhi with Jet Airways or British Airways. From Delhi, travellers can board Jaipur bound flights run by different Indian carriers. Tourists, who are holidaying in Dubai and have Jaipur on their itinerary as the next destination, can choose to fly with Air India Express.

Jaipur Accommodation Options

Jaipur is flooded with accommodation choices of all kinds. On one hand, the city has some of India’s most luxurious properties and on other, there are hundreds of lodging options even for travellers on a shoestring budget. Jaipur has dozens of heritage hotels that were once the abodes of the Indian royalty. A few prominent examples of the same are Hotel Diggi Palace, Rambagh Palace and Jai Mahal Palace Hotel. If one talks about modern-style, luxury hotels in Jaipur, names such as Trident Jaipur and Four Points by Sheraton spring to mind. A host of accommodation alternatives can be found close to the airport and the railway station as well.

Best Time to Visit Jaipur

Jaipur is best visited in winter (November-February). This is the time when the lovely, balmy weather allows tourists to roam around, without worrying about the scorching heat of the summer season. The peak season brings with it soaring airfares and escalating hotel tariffs; it is advisable to plan your Jaipur holidays in advance. For travellers seeking a comparatively cheaper outing, a holiday during autumn (October) or spring (March) is recommended. Jaipur holds a host of fairs and festivals throughout the year; you can plan your visit keeping the different celebrations in mind.

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