Jaipur Bound? Here's Your Perfect 3-Day Itinerary

Waquar Habib


Also known as the "Pink City" of India, Jaipur is renowned for its bazaars, forts, temples, palaces, museums, and wildlife sanctuaries. For any traveller. the city has several gems in store that take up a few days to explore.

Patrika Gate, Jaipur | Shutterstock

Day 1: Morning

Begin your day at the magnificent Amber Fort, a short drive from the city. Explore the stunning architecture and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding hills.

Inside Amber Fort | Shutterstock


Head to Jaigarh Fort, located near Amber Fort. It offers great views of the Aravalli Range and houses the world's largest cannon on wheels, Jaivana.

Ramparts of Jaigarh Fort | Shutterstock


Visit Jal Mahal, the Water Palace, situated in Man Sagar Lake. You can't go inside, but it's a beautiful sight. Explore Johari Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar to shop for traditional Rajasthani items.

Jal Mahal | Shutterstock

Day 2: Morning

Begin your day at the City Palace, an exquisite fusion of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. Take a tour of the palace complex and explore the various courtyards, museums, and the Chandra Mahal.

Peacock Gate, City Palace, Jaipur | Shutterstock


Visit Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of Winds, with a unique facade of hundreds of windows designed for the royal ladies to observe street festivals. Have lunch at Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar, a famous eatery known for its traditional Rajasthani cuisine.

Hawa Mahal | Shutterstock


Spend your evening at the grand Albert Hall Museum, which houses an extensive collection of artefacts and exhibits showcasing the rich history and culture of Rajasthan.

Albert Hall Museum | Shutterstock

Day 3: Morning

Start your day with a visit to Birla Mandir, one of the jewels of Rajasthan, a stunning modern Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi.

Birla Mandir | Shutterstock


Head to Nahargarh Fort for stunning views of the Pink City. Explore the fort and its structures, such as the Madhavendra Bhawan, a network of interconnected palaces.

Inside Nahargarh Fort | Shutterstock


End your Jaipur trip with an evening at Chokhi Dhani, a village resort that showcases Rajasthani culture through traditional dance, music, and local cuisine, or strolling the old lanes of the city.

Inside Chokhi Dhani | Shutterstock

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