Top tourist places to visit in Rajasthan

One of the most visited sites in India, Rajasthan is the home to beautiful places, forts and deserts which depict the culture and heritage of this place.

Listed below are some places which you should not miss while you’re in Rajasthan.

1. Jaipur

Popularly known as Pink City, Jaipur forms part of India’s renowned Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit and was recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jaipur has some of the most famous forts and palaces and accomodations here are also reasonably priced.

2. Udaipur

Popularly known as the Lake city, Udaipur is said to be the most romantic city in India. The landmark, City Palace Complex, stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Pichola and dominates the city. The royal family still lives in a part of it. You can also stay in the City Palace!

3. Jodhpur

Popularly known as the Blue City, Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan. Jodhpur has Mehrangarh Fort, which provides the best outlook across Jodhpur’s blue buildings and is one of the largest and best maintained forts in India.

4. Jaisalmer

Popularly known as the Golden City, Jaisalmer is a remarkable sandstone city that rises majestically from the sand dunes of the Thar desert. The city has palaces, several temples, and some elegant havelis, as well as shops and other residences.

5. Bundi

Bundi is a must visit place with its lakes, temples, markets, miniature paintings, and blue houses similar to Jodhpur. This town is dominated by the extraordinary and imposing Bundi Palace.

6. Ranthambore National Park

This national park is one of the best places in India to spot a tiger in the wild. The park is also the home to the formidable 10th century Ranthambore Fort. It’s a beautifully huge structure that contains ruined pavilions, monuments, and three Hindu temples.

7. Alwar

If you’re a huge fan of forts and palaces then this place is just for you! Attractions of this place include an 18th century City Palace complex and government museum inside it, which showcases the lifestyle of the kings and the city also has Lake Sagar and the many chhatris behind the City Palace.