Things to see and do in Jaipur
Centuries ago, kings and wealthy aristocrats chose Jaipur as their home base, and their legacy is now a key tourist attraction. Former royal residences like the City Palace, Jal Mahal, or the intricate Palace of the Winds are a must-see. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped courtyards and carved out of marble and precious stones, 16th-century Amer Palace is certainly an impressive sight. The city's forts afford expansive views over the city and the surrounding countryside, and some (like Amber Fort) put on a delightful sound and light show to showcase their grandeur.
In the city outskirts, peaceful gardens such as the splendid Vidyahar and Sisodia gardens are the perfect place to spend a relaxing afternoon surrounded by eye-catching and colourful exotic plants and flowers. Nearby, an elephant village allows travellers to learn more and interact with one of India's most representative animals. Jaipur is also a shopper's mecca, as it is dotted with many labyrinthine bazaars selling beautiful handicrafts, jewellery, handmade clothing, leather work, pottery, and more. After a day of sightseeing, there's nothing more rewarding than an authentic Rajasthani meal at a traditional restaurant.
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