Known for its vibrant colours and brilliant architecture, Jaipur, India is truly a one of a kind city. You’ll seamlessly blend into Jaipur’s bustling lifestyle in no time. Here are a few must-visit attractions!
Hawa Mahal is considered one of the most outstanding landmarks in Jaipur. Rajput customs back in the day used to be extremely strict for the royal ladies – who weren’t allowed to go out in public. In the year 1799, Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh ordered the construction of this building, to enable the ladies to observe the happenings of the outside world. This masterpiece has over 900 intricately carved windows. Just over an hour from Alila Fort Bishangarh, this is a must-visit!
Albert Hall Museum
The oldest museum in Rajasthan was opened to the public in the year 1887. The museum is named after Prince of Wales, Albert Edward, who laid the foundation stone of the museum in 1876. Rare collections of paintings, weapons, craft items and jewellery that belonged to different tribes of Rajasthan. can be seen in the museum.
Within close vicinity to several Jaipur heritage hotels, City Palace stands as one of the most famous tourist attractions in Jaipur. This building is the perfect blend of Rajput, Mughal and European styles of architecture.
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