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The chief administration centre by the Maharaja of Jaipur, the city palace of Jaipur is one of the most impressive places to see in the city. City Palace is a grandiose area with several smaller palaces and halls enclosed together in one huge structure. The adjacent palaces include the ChandraMahal and the Mubarak Mahal. Several neighbouring palace buildings, towers, patios, temples and garden plots alike lie within the walls of this magnificent fort.
The ones that are not to be missed are Mukut Mahal, Maharani’s Palace, and Shri Govind Dev Temple. Several objects of interest from the royal era have been stored here. There are several Mughal influences on the architecture as well. This is apparent from the fact that the Palace also has the public and public halls named the Diwan-i-Am and the Diwan-i-Khas.
Three splendid gates named the Virendra Pol, the Udai Pol, and the Tripolia Gate guard the entrances to this massive area. The Tripolia Gate is used by the members of the royalty. Visitors are allowed entry to the palace by the Virendra Pol and the Udai Pol.
City palace - Rajasthan tourist attraction added in the Rajasthan Itinerary 2 Weeks. Must visit this amazing attraction.
One of the most impressive palaces in India, the City Palace of Jaipur is quite renowned among tourists, thanks to quintessential Rajasthani style architecture, subtle glamour and royal vibes. The palace allows entrance to tourists on certain City Palace Ticket Price. The Tickets for City Palace can be availed directly on the arrival, but remember to arrive a little early to Buy Tickets for City Palace if you do not wish to deal with unnecessary crowd. The City Palace Tickets varies for foreigners and natives. Regardless, with all the majestic charm and allure, the Royal Palace is worth a visit.
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Embark on this private full-day tour from Delhi to Jaipur with a professional guide. See the major sights of Jaipur including Amber Fort and City Palace, the royal residence of the King. Tour the Jantar Mantar Observatory, a local astronomical observ
The Jaipur city tour is a great trip for exploring and experiencing Rajasthan. You will get a chance to visit historically famous and significant places in the city, all with a stunning blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture.
Begin with an elephant ride to explore the Amber Fort which is home to the Jai Mandir Temple. Next, take a photo tour of the Jal Mahal and the Hawa Mahal, known as the Palace of the Winds. Visit the City Palace, and the Jantar Mantar observatory a Un
Travel to Jaipur on this full-day tour from New Delhi. You will gain appreciation of the distinctive culture, cuisine, architecture, and history of Jaipur. Customize your time in the Pink City to best suit your interests, with the assistance of your
This full-day tour will show you Jaipur by an air-conditioned car with a guide. Visit the Amer Fort with an elephant, the Jaigarh and Nahargarh Forts, the Albert Museum, the magnificent City Palace, the Palace of Winds and Sisodia Rani Garden. Be gre
Enjoy a memorable day of sightseeing and shopping on this guided tour of the highlights of Jaipur. Visit a variety of well-known historical landmarks including the Amber Fort, the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal and more. This 10-hour tour includes trans
Book this 8-hour private city tour of Jaipur with a professional guide and AC car to visit some of the top attractions. Witness the stunning and ancient Amber Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with 5 other forts of Rajasthan. Drive by the icon
Book this hassle-free day trip that includes a round trip flightÂ from Mumbai toÂ one of the most colorful cities in India - Jaipur, also famously known as "The Pink City". Learn the history and daily life of Jaipur and visit some of the most pop
On a full-day exploratory tour, revel in the rich history of Jaipur. After a photo stop at Hawa Mahal, you will be driven to Amber Fort, situated on a ridge just outside Jaipur city. Proceed for a visit to Gaitor, a garden of royal cenotaphs, just ou
Indulge in an evening out, Jaipur-style! From the city’s most spectacular monuments to a thrilling tuk-tuk journey through the magical by-lanes of the Pink City, to an authentic Bollywood experience, traditional Rajasthani feast, and astrology
Jaipur, the legendary city of Rajasthan is an epitome of heritage and royal legacy. The vibrant colors of the city keep alive the 300 year old architecture and culture that Mughals bestowed upon India. Visit the city in the evening and explore the an
During this 4-hour small groupÂ tour, cycle through colourful bazaars and vibrant streets of a community locality. Pay your respects at places of worship and pedal to the charming Albert Hall Museum, the famous Raj Mandir cinema, and the marble car
Can be better if they treated it like a heritage monument which has played witness to do much history of the country. Places like these just seem like opportunities to fleece people rather than serving as an example of the nation's rich legacy. The best attractions are the weapons on display in the armoury. Unfortunately, the regressive thinking is the management prevents people from taking pictures here. In this age they actually need people to showcase the best parts of the monument so that more people are drawn to it.
This is a beautiful palace in the centre of Jaipur city. The rooms are in traditional Rajasthan palace architecture, which is really beautiful. There are various cultural shows for tourists at various times in this palace, including music and dance. There are also workshops for Rajasthani handmade paintings and handicrafts, visitors can view the workshops and see the craftsmen at their jobs.
The most unspectacular palace in all of Rajasthan. More shops than rooms/exhibits to see. The exhibits are poor compared with other palaces in the state. Guards bug you to take their picture, so they can ask you for money. I left wishing that I would have saved my cash by not going. Just seems like the maharajah and family are trying to fleece tourists. If you are heading to any other major stop in Rajasthan, wait to see the palace/fort there. It will be infinitely better.
Not worth it and expensive. Nothing special on the inside and i think its very expensive for India. Its beautiful but nothing fantastic.
One of the best of my India trip. Pink coloured wall and architectures were so nice to see.. You can take photos in there except museum, and enjoy ancient India palace.