Best places you must visit in Rajasthan for a Royal Trip

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Top 10 places that you must visit in Rajasthan.

Rajasthan refers to Land of Kings which is indeed a fantastic realm of Maharajas and their majestic garrisons and bountiful places. The remnants of an affluent past, either in reminiscent ruins or restored to earlier splendor have earned Rajasthan a place on most travelers’ wish list. It is one of the most visited place in India and isn’t surprising as it shows India at its most color and exotic best. Rajasthan has many places to visit. And it’s truly great that most of them are free.

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The following are the top 10 places to visit in Rajasthan which are the all-time favorites of tourists from far and wide.

  1. Jaipur

Jaipur, the City of Victory, has a habit of amusing travelers pink. Here you’ll find a well-preserved and live past – stunning top of hill forts, magnificent palaces and droning, bargain-filled bazaars – as well as a wealth of housing and dining options.  From the enduring bazaars of the old city to the gigantic malls of glass and chrome, which seem to be sprouting everywhere, there is an amazing array of items that include Rajasthan textiles, crafts, and gems.

Most exotic Attraction at Jaipur

  • Amber Fort and Palace
  • City Palace
  • Nahargarh Fort
  • Hawa Mahal

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: – Distance between New Delhi to Jaipur is 268 km, you can either choose trains, aerial or can prefer going by road.

Best Time to Visit: – October to March

  1. Jodhpur

It is also the second most populated city of Rajasthan after Jaipur refers to Sun City as it enjoys a bright sunny weather all year round.

Most exotic place here:-

  • Mehrangarh Fort
  • Jaswant Thada
  • Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: The distance from New Delhi to Jodhpur is approximately 480 Kms. you can either choose trains, aerial or can prefer going by road.

Best Time to Visit: – October to March

  1. Udaipur

If we to have define the beauty in some word, it has been known as “Venice of the East”, the City of Udaipur is well-known for its ordinary moniker, the city of lakes. The city was the capital of the Sisodiya Rajputs of Mewar and is illustrious for its palaces that epitomize the finesse of Rajputana Style architecture.

  • Kumbalgarh Fort and Jain Temple
  • Lake Pichola
  • Lake Fatehsagar Udaipur

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: – Distance between New Delhi to Udaipur is 673 km. you can either choose trains, aerial or can prefer going by road

Best Time to Visit: – September and March

  1. Bikaner

In north western division of Rajasthan is the desert city called Bikaner famous for its sweets and namkeens. Bikaner is well admittance by road from Jaisalmer and Udaipur.’

Most exotic place here:-

  • Junagarh Fort
  • Karni Mata Temple
  • Gajner Palace

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: – The driving distance between Bikaner and New Delhi is 447 km, while the aerial distance from Bikaner to New Delhi is 386 k.m.

Best Time to Visit: – October to March

5, Pushkar

Pushkar is a sacred town mainly for the Hindus for its Brahma Temple. This town close to Ajmer city is also well-liked for its twelve-monthly exhibition called the Pushkar Fair.

Most exotic place here:-

  • Brahma Temple
  • Pap Mochini Temple
  • Rangji Temple

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: The road distance between New Delhi to Pushkar is 404 km, you can either choose trains, aerial or can prefer going by road.

Best Time to visit: – Between November and March

  1. Mount Abu

Mount Abu is Rajasthan’s only hill station and an altitude of approximately 1,220 meters above sea level, this pristine place not to become a bitter cold winter for a visit. Sunsets, boat cruises on Lake Nakki. The beauty of it captivates the mind of the visitor to look around while visiting Rajasthan. It is a part of a greater complex that’s set amongst beautiful hilly regions.

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: – Distance between New Delhi to Mt Abu is 739 km by Road along with an aerial distance of 633 km.

Best Time to visit: – Between November and March

  1. Sawai Madhopur

Sawai Madho Singh of The Kachwaha Rajputs has built this town, and it itself doesn’t have any notable tourist attractions, just two attractions have made this city a must visit place in Rajasthan.

Two exotic attraction places here:-

  • Ranthambore Fort
  • Ranthambore National park

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: 376 km by road and by aerial is 314 km.

Best Time to visit: – winter season

  1. Ranthambore National Park

Around 11 km from Sawai Madhopur road, Ranthambore is the most popular wildlife sanctuary in the state famous for being a Tiger Reserve as well. The park is a natural habitat for exotic species of animals, birds, and reptiles.

  1. Alwar

It is being one of the princely states of the Rajputana has tones of tourist attractions. The forts, temples and the gigantic profusion of natural Fauna have brought this place in most exotic place list to visit in Rajasthan.

Most exotic Attraction at Alwar

  • Haunted Bhangarh Fort
  • Sariska Tiger Reserve

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: 155 km by Road, Aerial distance is 133 km.

Best time to visit: – Between September and March

  1. Bundi

Although increasingly popular with travelers, Bundi also often gets ignored as a tourist destination in Rajasthan. But if you are planning to visit then must visit here as it is captivating place with lakes, blue houses similar to Jodhpur.

 

Distance from Delhi & how to reach: – 472 km by road, you can also choose rail or aerial services.

Best Time to visit: – Winter Season

 

These are some of the most famous places in Rajasthan that leveraged the attention of the visitor. So if you are planning to visit Rajasthan get ready to be surprised by the way tradition meets modernity in “Land of Kings”.

 

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