Jaipur City Centre Tour Itinerary

Palace & Monuments Visit

09:00 AM – 01:00 PM

The itinerary begins with the famous, Hawa Mahal.

The edifice is known as ‘Palace of Winds’ because of countless number of windows. The structure is an absolute wonder and views from each of the five floors give you a glimpse of the city from different angles. 

Time duration: 45 min – 1 hour

Mode of Transport: Auto / OLA / Uber

Just 700 meters from Hawa Mahal is, Jantar Mantar.

This is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The observatory has attracted historians, scientists and architects from around the world. This is the largest out of the five Jantar Mantar in India.

Time duration: 30 – 45 mins

Mode of Transport: 10-minute walk from Hawa Mahal.

At a distance of 100 meters, stands the City Palace

Another UNESCO World Heritage site, the palace keeps the legacy of the royal Rajputs alive. The structure is a marvel whose beauty is captivating. The palace has to be seen twice, once in daylight and again in the evening when it’s decorated with lights.

Time duration: 1 – 1.5 hours

Mode of Transport: 5-minute walk from Jantar Mantar.

For lunch, we recommend to try the Rawat Restaurant for authentic Rajasthani food, 3 km from City Palace.

They are known to serve Rajasthani Dal Bati Churma, Mawa Kachori and Rajasthani Thali are very reasonable price. A meal at this hotel will cost Rs 500 – 600 for two.

Also read: Jaipur Fort Itinerary

Museum, Mandir and Garden Tour

02:00 PM – 07:00 PM

Post lunch, you head towards one of the elegant museums, Albert Hall Museum

The museum is believed to be the oldest in Rajasthan. The structure reflects a blend of Indian and Western cultures. The museum has ancient artefacts, royal utility objects on display. The area is covered with lush green and well maintained gardens, making you feel like the royals.

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Time duration: 1 – 1.5 hours

Mode of Transport: Auto / OLA / Uber from Rawat Restaurant.

Bapu Bazaar is at the heart of the city and exploring the area on foot gives you the feeling of being the Pink City. The market has been in existence for a very long time and there isn’t anything you won’t find here. It is located opposite to Albert Hall Museum.

Next stop is the Birla Mandir, 3 km from Albert Hall Museum

Birla Mandir is ubiquitously found in India, and this particular temple is known for its modern design. The temple is built with white marble and vibrant garden makes it a favourite place for the localities to spend their evenings.

Time duration: 45 min – 1 hour

Mode of Transport: Auto / OLA / Uber from Albert Hall Museum.

After seeking blessings, your next stop is the largest circular park in India, Jawahar Circle.

The garden is 7 km from Birla Mandir and at the entrance you see the iconic Patrika Gate. Inside the park, there are number of things that keep the visitors engaged. For children, the park has a few rides, the nature lovers find the rose garden and green landscape very interesting, and in the evening everyone enjoys a musical show with lights and fountain. The show starts at 07:00 PM and lasts for 30 minutes.

Time duration: 45 min – 1 hour

Mode of Transport: Auto / OLA / Uber from Birla Mandir.

The Night View of the City Palace

08:00 PM – 09:00 PM

The City Palace opens its gates for tourists for them to enjoy the sparkling view of the palace decorated with colourful lights. This is something you must see without fail. A delightful experience is guaranteed.

Time duration: 45 min – 1 hour

Mode of Transport:Auto / OLA / Uber from Jawahar Circle.

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