Jaipur is the capital and the largest city of Rajasthan. It is a popular tourist destination and serves as a gateway to other destinations in Rajasthan. The city was ruled by Raja Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amer after whom the city is named. Jaipur is also known as the Pink City and is located 280 km from Delhi. The city has fascinating monuments like City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Amber and Jaigarh forts, colorful markets, gorgeous handloom garments and wonderfully laid-out gardens. Best time to visit Jaipur
The best time to visit Jaipur is the winter season, from November to February. The weather is pleasant, cool and perfect then. Hotels in Jaipur
Hotels in Jaipur epitomize the traditional Rajasthani charm. ITC Rajputana, The Oberoi Rajvilas, Taj Jai Mahal Palace and The Lalit Jaipur are some of the 5-star hotels in Jaipur
. The ITC Rajputana offers a host of comforts and services in settings that reflect the spirit of Rajasthan and its royalty. The Oberoi Rajvilas is adorned with Mughal arches, gold leaf frescoes, high domed ceilings and magnificent crystal chandeliers.
Some of the budget hotels in the city are Hotel Kalyan
, Hotel Sarang Palace, Umaid Mahal and Golden Hotel. Restaurants in Jaipur
Some of the restaurants where you can gorge on traditional Rajasthani delicacies a are Handi Restaurant, Midtown multi-cuisine restaurant, Peacock Rooftop restaurant, Virasat restaurant and Dragon House, which specializes in Oriental cuisines like Laksa, lotus stem water chestnut, bamboo flavored rice and Thai red curry. Offbeat things to do in Jaipur
Visit architectural and historical locations: Amber Fort, Akshardham Temple, Jal Mahal and Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing are some of the places that you must visit when in Jaipur. Do flying fox at Neemrana
Take fun to the next level by trying Flying fox at Neemrana. Buy gemstones, handicrafts and textiles
Jaipur comprises of extravagant and vibrant works of art. The markets have marvelous examples of traditional craftsmanship on display for sale.
v Experience the rural jeep safari
Your trip to Jaipur is incomplete without a jeep trip to the nearby villages. Hop in a hot air balloon
Jaipur is famous for its city tours in hot air balloons. FAQs Q. What are the domestic and international airlines that operate on the Mumbai to Jaipur route? A.
The airlines that connect Mumbai to Jaipur are Indigo, GoAir, Spicejet, Jet Airways (https://www.yatra.com/domestic-airlines/jet-airways.html
), Air India, Indigo and Jet Airways. Q. How is the Jaipur airport connected to the city? A.
Jaipur International Airport is located in the suburb of Sanganer, about 13 km from Jaipur city center. It is connected by numerous taxis and rickshaws. A pre booked taxi to the airport costs around Rs 200, while a rickshaw will cost anything between Rs 100-150. Q. What is the earliest non-stop flight from Mumbai to Jaipur? A.
The earliest non-stop flight from Mumbai to Jaipur is an IndiGo flight which departs at 05:10 am. Q. What is the last non-stop flight from Mumbai to Jaipur? A.
The last non-stop flight from Mumbai to Jaipur is a Jet Airways flight which departs at 07:50 pm. Q. What are the airlines that provide non-stop flight from Mumbai to Jaipur? A.
The non-stop flights on this route are provided by three carriers - Indigo, Go Air and Jet Airways. Q. What are the hotels in the vicinity of Jaipur airport? A.
Some of the hotels near Jaipur airport are Lily Bay Inn, Hotel Nangi's Pride, Radisson Blu Jaipur, Hotel Clarks Amer and The Theme Hotel. Shopping in Jaipur
Jaipur is a shopper’s paradise. The city attracts tourists from across the world who shop for gems, crafts and other artifacts. Some of the famous shopping spots are Bapu Bazaar, Siredeori Bazaar, Johari Bazaar, Kishanpol Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar and Manigaron Ka Rasta. Nightlife in Jaipur
The best places to experience Jaipur’s nightlife are Aza, Steam lounge Bar, The Grunge Lounge Bar, Tablu, Amigos Bar and Discotheque, the Extreme Discotheque and the Angara and Ways. Major attractions in Jaipur
Some of the major attractions of the city are Hawa Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, City Palace of Jaipur, Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing, Jantar Mantar, Rambagh Palace, Jal Mahal and Amber Fort. About Mumbai Airport
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, also known as Mumbai airport
, is the second busiest airport in India and the 29th busiest airport in the world. Mumbai airport has three operational terminals, which includes a general aviation terminal for private and non-scheduled flight operators. Apart from the usual facilities, the airport boasts a library, a business center and several fine-dining options. Connectivity to Mumbai Airport
The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is located approximately 12 km from Mumbai’s city center. The best way to move from the city center to Mumbai airport is taxi. Both prepaid and normal metered taxis are available for the convenience of travelers. Q. What are the popular domestic routes from Mumbai? A.
Mumbai airport is well-connected to all the prominent cities in India. Mumbai to Delhi, Mumbai to Kolkata and Mumbai to Chennai are some of the most popular domestic routes. Q. What are the popular airlines flying from Mumbai airport? A. Air India
, Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet
are the airlines that operate from Mumbai airport. Also, Air Arabia
, Kuwait Airways, Gulf Air
and Etihad Airways are some of the international airlines operating from Mumbai Airport. Q. What are the prominent hotels near Mumbai airport? A.
ITC Maratha Mumbai, Niranta Airport Transit Hotel & Lounge, The Waterstones Hotel and Aboos Hotel Concord Galaxy
are some of the most popular and luxurious hotels in the vicinity of Mumbai airport. Q. What are the key attractions in Mumbai? A.
The city has number of attractions including Gateway of India (https://www.yatra.com/india-tourism/attractions-in-mumbai/gateway-of-india
), Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat, Haji Ali and Film City. Q. What is the best time to visit Mumbai? A.
The best time to visit Mumbai is between October and March. Also, if you can bear a bit of humidity, then visiting Mumbai during late August or early September is a good option. During this time of the year, Mumbai celebrates one of its biggest festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi.