Rajasthan is one of the preferred destinations in India and it is one among the most visited places because it is the most colorful and exotic destination. All the things that come to mind when you think of Rajasthan like palaces, forts, snake charmers, elephants, camels, etc. Here we have enlisted some of the must visit places in the Rajasthan
Jaipur- Jaipur is also known as the pink city of India, and it is one of the crowded and noisy place. However, the place grabs the attention of the tourists because it is famous for the stunning views and architecture. Jaipur lures the visitors in various forms like it has Golden Triangle tourist circuit, and jaipur will give you the feel of monarchy. The city has some of the incredible hotels that have been converted from dilapidated palaces thus giving the guests a pleasant experience.
Udaipur- Udaipur is a captivating place that is known for its old mansions, beautiful gardens, temples and grand palaces overlooking the expensive shimmering lakes. The city palace that stretches along the eastern shore makes the visitor astound and astonish. The place is known for exquisite architecture and architecture. The cuisine is great and you’ll see the Mughal style decoration and Rajput techniques both blended together. The narrow lines of the city are fascinating to explore.
Jaisalmer- This place is also referred as being straight out of the romantic Arabian Nights fable. The place is known for its architecture, forts, etc. Jaisalamer fort is one of the mesmerizing fort that was built way back in 1156, and it is perched high on a pedestal overlooking the city. Inside the fort is spellbinding. It houses five palaces, several temples and several havelis or mansions as well as the shops and other residencies.
Jodhpur- Jodhpur is also known as the Blue City and it is known for its blue painted buildings, Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. The fascinating place walled old part of the city is presided by the Mehrangarh Fort. It is one of the largest forts in India and it’s the pride of Jodhpur city. Every October it has honor of setting Rajasthan International Folk Festival. Inside the fort there are a variety of palaces and a museum. The fort provides a wonderful view of Jodhpur blue buildings.
Ranthambore National Park- This National park has a historical significance and it has witnessed rise and fall of many rulers. There are great chances of spotting a tiger in the Ranthambore are the best in India in contrast to other national park.
Originally posted 2013-03-05 22:46:33.