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Visit The Pink City And Enjoy Jaipur Tourism

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Jaipur, the Pink City, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, indeed, in all
of the world. The capital city of Rajasthan is known as the Pink City because a majority
of the monuments and buildings and old structures in the city are painted pink in color.
The city is a majestic and impressive doorway into the glorious and rich past of India.
Jaipur tourism has continued to grow each year, and is known for its endless
opportunities of sightseeing, dining out, shopping and adventure. An immense cultural
background, spectacular forms of art and performance and some of the most impressive
forts and palaces in the world have rightly made Jaipur a phenomenal tourist destination.



The number of places to see in Jaipur and the sightseeing opportunitiesare practically
limitless. The famous places for tourists in Jaipur are the City Palace, the Hawa Mahal,
the Amber Fort, the Jal Mahal, JantaMantar, Moti Doongri, the Jaigarh Fort and the
Nahargarh Fort. The cithas been home to the Rajput race and also shows influences of
Mughal architecture and culture. Apart from this, one can also visit the various temples
that are to be found in the city.



Apart from sightseeing, the next favorite thing to do in Jaipur tourism is shopping. The
city of Jaipur boasts of bustling bazaars and markets which offer tourists a chance to buy
every kind of good you can possibly imagine. From pottery, antiques and jewelry in
semi-precious, precious and cheap verities to pottery, textiles, handicrafts, gems and
leather goods, you can get just about everything in the markets of Jaipur. Some of the
markets that you can pay a visit to are the Nehru Bazaar, Kishanpol Bazaar, Jauhari
Bazaar and Mahiharon Ka Rasta. The collection of goods, sparkling colors, endless
verities and great bargaining options will keep you busy for hours and hours. Shopping is
an integral part of Jaipur tourism and if you are visiting for a short time you should keep
at least two whole days aside just for the shopping experience. Trust us, it’s so fabulous
that you will not regret it!



If you enjoy culture and celebrations, visiting Jaipur can be an amazing treat. There is a
strong culture of celebrating festivals and organizing fairs in Jaipur. These events add a
touch of sparkle and festivity to daily life in this beautiful city. The bustling city of Jaipur
is known for its tradition of celebrating each and every occasion and event with full pomp
and show. On any ordinary day the city is bright, colorful and full of enjoyment, but
when there are fairs and festivals, it is as though the entire city becomes magical. Some
of the unique festivals that tourists in Jaipur must try and attend are the Kite festival, the
Elephant festival, the Gangaur festival and the Teej festival.
Knowing the climate of Jaipur is very important for tourists who are interested in
planning a trip to the city. The city has a very warm climate given its location in the
desert state of Rajasthan. The term ‘extreme’ has often been used to define the climate
and weather of the region. Summer season in Jaipur is marked by immense heat and it is
a bad time for visitors to plan a trip since it is too hot to do anything. At the same time,
winters can be mild and pleasant during the day time but are very cold in the night, so
this time should be avoided as well. All in all, the best time for Jaipur tourism is between
mid-July and till the end of October.



Aalia Khan has deep interest in writing informative articles on Travel and tourism India.
Also given her words to a portal for Golden Triangle Tours where one can find info on
Delhi Agra Jaipur Tours and get the best packages for Jaipur Tours. Explore:-
http://www.agoldentriangletour.com

				
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