Discover the ins and outs of Jaipur as you embark on immersive day tours, enticing food crawls, and more
Trips from the City
Step out of Jaipur and spend a day or two discovering must-see sights and landmarks nearby
Top sights in Jaipur
The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur welcomes all travelers with an eclectic mix of past and present. In Jaipur, camels and cycle rickshaws will traverse its crowded streets, lined with bright and colorful buildings, alongside speeding buses and motorcycles. But within this urban jungle lie many treasures: prepare to be wowed by its heritage buildings that are painted pink, tour the Jal Mahal and other palaces, or explore the local markets for textiles and street food. Offering a plethora of unique activities and experiences, you’ll never run out of things to do in Jaipur during your visit!
Jaipur is known for its impressive architectural wonders, including the brightly-colored palaces that give it the nickname “Pink City”. Jaipur is also famous for its rich history and culture, with plenty of 18th-century structures, an observatory that houses ancient scientific tools, and its many temples.
When is the Best Time to Visit Jaipur?
Visit from December to March for clear but cool weather and to partake in various festivals such as Holi and Gangaur in March. April to June also offers clear but very warm weather. Avoid visiting Jaipur during its peak monsoon season in July-August,
Where is the Best Location for Tourists to Stay in Jaipur?
For first-time visitors who enjoy staying in the heart of the city, stay at Bani Park in the city center for easy access to the Old City and nearby restaurants & cafes. Travelers who seek some nightlife should stay at Raja Park or Vaishali Nagar.