City Palace is home of the Jaipur royal family and is complex of courtyards, palaces, buildings, museums, monuments and temples. Some of the popular attractions include i) Four Colorful Doors ii) Deewan-e-Khas iii) Chandra Mahal and it’s exquisite rooms. iv) Mubarak Mahal
View type : Monument, Palace
View type : Monument, Fort, Palace, City Views, Panoramic
Located on a hill, Amer or Amber Fort is a popular attraction in Jaipur. Constructed of red sandstone and marble, the palace is laid out in four levels each with a courtyard. It consists of halls, temple, royal residences etc.
View type : Palace, Instagrammable
Hawa Mahal (The Palace of Winds) is a five storied, honeycombed like palace built of red and pink sandstones in 1799. The palace has 953 small windows called Jharokhas decorated with intricate latticework.
View type : Monument, Instagrammable
Series of majestic and colorful gates engraved with paintings, Patrika Gate is the entrance to the Jawahar Circle Garden and a popular photo-spot.
View type : Temple
Beautiful, intricately carved Hindu Temple built in early 17th century with a grand elevated entry way with stairs, Marble Toran (Pylon) and elephant sculptures.
View type : Monument
Ganesh Pol is an intricately painted entry way to private royal chambers with many frescoes.
View type : Amer Wall, Watch Tower, City Views, Panoramic, Amer Fort
Popular photo-spot, accessible by a small hike, with the great wall of Amar (considered third largest) along with panoramic city and Amer Fort views.
View type : Monument, Fort, Wall, Sunset, Panoramic, City Views
Elaborate fort built in 1734 in the hills above Jaipur, offering panoramic city views.
View type : Monument, Cenotaph
Royal crematorium with majestically and intricately carved stone monuments.
View type : Stepwell, Instagrammable
Ancient 16th century stepwell for rainwater catchment with symmetrical stairways.