Jaipur is famous for its gems and gold jewelery work, clothes, and is jutsis or moghirs (traditional shoes), which are of quality, of course there is a cache for shopkeepers.The opportunity to go with the 'glory of the city' as a souvenir of travel is very wonderful.You would like to see the city again for its intrigues to its beauty and perfection.Feel the splendor of the kings who live in such magnificent forts and palaces.
Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II invited artisans from all over the world and provided them facilities with all those things which they needed to help make Jaipur a beautiful city of exotic architecture.Today, Jaipur is a center for rich wedding spots.Here royal weddings are organized.The best destinations are specially designed for wedding, and provide an experience of their kind.Further details about the forts, monuments and museums of Jaipur can be read further.
The temple of Sun God in Galata, Amber's Fort, Vidyadhar's garden, City Palace, Sisodiya Rani Palace, and Sanganer are some of the most beautiful attractions, including the city.
Amber Fort: Distance from city center: 10km.
Created in: 1592
Charges Access: Citizens $ 10 / Foreign: $ 50.
Photography Fee: Citizen / Foreign: Rs 40/25.
Video charge: Citizen / Foreign: Rs 100/150 but this includes three charges (admission, still camera and video camera fee).
Time: 10:00 to 16:00 hours
Specialty: Sheesh Mahal, Diwan-i-Am.
Distance from city center: located at the city center.
Created in: 19th Century.
Charges: Indian Rs.35.00 and for foreigners, Rs. 50.00 for admission in Jaigad Fort.
Time: 9:30 to 16:45 hrs.
Specialty: Temple, Chandra Mahal, Govind Devji, Diwan-i-Ama.
Distance from city center: 15 km
Created in: 1734
Charges: Rs 15 for Indians20 for foreigners, 30/70 for camera / video.The entry fee for Indian citizen is Rs.10.00, foreign nationals80.00, Indian students Rs.2.00
Vehicle entry fee : (bus fee Rs 100.00 Gypsy / car / jeep / mini bus Rs 65.00 and motor driven two wheel Rs 10.00
Time: 10:00 to 17:00 hours
Feature: Madhavendra Bhawan, View of the city from the top of the fort.