If you want to see the rich culture and real side of India, there’s nothing better than visiting Rajasthan. Wish for anything you want to see in the country and the city will offer you with the best, be it forts, palaces, camels, or deserts. One of the most colorful and exotic places, Rajasthan is on almost every Indian’s travel list. If you want to explore more different places, you can visit routeprints.com. This city has a unique charm of its own and the places to visit in Rajasthan surely justifies to its charm and beauty. If you have not been to this wonderful city yet, plan a trip now because these are some of the perfect attractions waiting for you. Spend at least a few days in the city and experience the authentic food, their lifestyle, handicrafts and much more.
The city of lakes that used to be the capital of the Kingdom of Mewar, is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan. Udaipur is even referred to the most romantic city of the country or one can say the ‘Venice of the East’. The place is full of wide-ranging lakes and old palaces. This city is a must visit if you are traveling to India but don’t forget to check the month as in summers this place is so hot. You can check https://routeprints.com/best-time-to-visit-udaipur/ for more information about temperature.
The city is known for its beautiful winters and also the most-visited time of the year, thanks to its colorful history, picturesque landscapes, and rich culture. Also, the beautiful City Palace Complex located in the middle of Lake Pichola is the best part about the city where the royal family still resides somewhere. Take out your cameras because you’re going to have some insta-worthy pictures for your profile at Kumbhalgarh Fort, Jagdish Temple, Monsoon Palace, Udai Sagar Lake and many more.
The capital of Rajasthan also known as the ‘Pink City’ is another main tourist attraction that forms part of the country’s very famous Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit. Founded in 1727, the place is known for its amazing history and heritage monuments with almost every monument boasting eye-catching views and ornamented architecture. As it is one of the travel destinations near Delhi, the place remains a crowded whole year. So, If you’re really planning to visit the place make sure you stay for at least a few days because staying in Jaipur is absolutely enjoyable. One can visit the place all through the year except summers because of the extremely hot days. And when in Jaipur do not miss visiting Amber Fort and Palace, Birla Mandir, shopping, and desert safari.
After the pink city, here comes the ‘Blue City’, which is also the second largest city in Rajasthan. The ‘Blue City’ clearly justifies its name because most of the architecture, be it forts, havelis, palaces, temples, and in fact, houses are all painted in brilliant shades of blue. The place is definitely a fantastic blend of modern and traditional culture. And the best part about the city is the walled old part that is carried on by the renowned Mehrangarh Fort. Also, what you’ll find best about Jodhpur is its cost-effective yet rich places to live with mind-blowing fort views. Well, there’s nothing much to do there but you can simply relax on the rooftops and feel the vibes of the city. The place can be visited at any time of the year and make sure you visit Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mandore Gardens, Masuria Hills, and the GhantaGhar.
Are you ready to be a part of India’s largest Camel Fair? This sleepy holy city is surely the best place for all the backpackers and hippies out there. The town of fairs and festivities is surrounded by hillocks on 3 sides. Nag Pahar as clear by the name the term means Snake Mountain, creates a natural border between Ajmer and Pushkar. Second, the ‘Rose Garden of Rajasthan’, from where the extract of Pushkar rose is exported all over the world and of course, the classic architectural heritage with amazing mythological history makes the city of Pushkar a must-visit place. October-November is the best time to visit Pushkar and some of the things like Camel Fair, Pushkar Lake, and Meerabai Temple should not be missed.
You’re welcome to the Camel Country. Bikaner is yet another beautiful desert town in Rajasthan that can be a great option to visit. It is one of the less-commercialized places and receives fewer tourists than any other place in Rajasthan. Founded by Rao Bhika and Nehra Jats, the place is known for its forts, palaces, temples, and the Camel Festival that usually takes place in January-February. The unique part of being in Bikaner is its 2 of the best features i.e. Usta and Chadwa art forms of geometric patterns and floral. Make sure you attend the famous camel festival, visit Karni Mata Temple, Laxmi Niwas Palace, Junagarh Fort, and buy handicrafts and artcrafts.