Full day sightseeing tour including the visit to the major attractions of the pink city like Amber Fort,City Palace , Jantar mantar (Observatory), Hawa mahal, Albert hall & Birla Tampel.
Jaipur was Founded by Maharaja jai sing in the year 1727A.D.
Jaipur is is known for the rich heritage & Arichitecture which depicts the valour & passion of the former Rajput rulers.
Visiting the regal way of life and the sumptuousness of the past is workable for an explorer who visits the royal city Jaipur. The appealing attractions around the city will drive you back to the period where individuals use to remain in forts and heritage palaces. The and engineering of the city alongside its one of a kind culture and customs offer a lifetime experience to an individual who visits the city. There are a few eye getting attractions around the city celebrations and fairs, towns, rides on elephants and camels will offer an incredible get-away to individuals all things considered and diverse taste.
The City Palace situated in the core of the city is a living case of Mughal and Rajput engineering. This is perhaps the best area of the city with a sublime view to the nursery. Diwan-E-Khas, Diwan – E-Alam are different places here that are worth of visiting. The gallery here holds compositions, weapons, and a rich assortment of ordnance, adornments, armory, costumes and a lot more products of the royal family.
The observatory worked by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh ll in the eighteenth century Jantar Mantar catches the eye of each visitor and the best spot of the city which nobody must miss visiting. The world-well-known Hawa Mahal in Jaipur can be viewed as the image of the city which is a 5 celebrated compositional wonder of the Rajputs. This was utilized by the regal ladies to see the parades that occur in the city without getting saw by people in general.
Alongside this the Jaigarh Fort, Amer Fort, Jal Mahal are a portion of the magnificent developments with an exceptional environment. The elephant ride at Amber Fort is a surprising experience and one can appreciate seeing the royalty of the Rajput rulers.