Jaipur

    6 Bed & breakfasts in Jaipur

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    Hawa Mahal

    This salmon coloured Palace is seriously beautiful. Translated as Palace of the Winds and made of sand-stone there is no wonder at why Jaipur is considered as one of the best-planned cities in India.

    This is part of the Amber Fort complex, but it would rate as the single best site within the fort. It is a large hall full of stained glass, mirrors and glass, all reflecting in different angles and absolutely beautiful to look at.

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    Nibs the Chocolate Workshop

    Some of the best coffee I've had in India. The cakes are great as are the milkshakes. It gets very busy during peak times so finding a place to sit can often be an issue.

    Really tasty Italian food on a rooftop setting. Quite hard to find as it's off the main road. Lovely homemade pasta and authentic pizzas. I was told it was the first Italian restaurant in Jaipur.

    Jal Mahal (meaning "Water Palace") is a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. The food is amazing as is the service. Awesome decor and the magic of live music,

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    Jantar Mantar is the worlds largest Sundial

    Jantar Mantar is the largest sun dial in the world, accurate to within 2 seconds. At the same site there are other astronomical instruments on a large scale built nearly three hundred years ago.

    Oldest Palaces of Rajasthan

    Some of India's oldest Palaces are in Jaipur the capital of Rajasthan. If your into architecture like I am then it is well worth the visit.