Rajasthan is not only the largest state in India but probably one of the most historically and culturally relevant ones. Here you will have the golden opportunity of seeing some of the most wonderful palaces, monuments, buildings and temples. It has attracted tourists from all across the world and continues to be one of India’s most popular destinations of all time. If you are planning a holiday any time soon, we would definitely suggest you to consider Rajasthan. This beautiful land of rich heritage, culture, lights and festivals will really make your trip memorable and beautiful.

Beautiful and Famous Rajasthan Tourist Places with Pictures:

1. Jaipur:

Jaipur, also known as Pink City is the capital of Rajasthan and has often been called as the Paris of India. This is a major travel destination of the state and is full of international visitors all throughout the year. It has a lot of attractions and tourist places you may visit, starting from the Jantar Mahal, Jal Mahal, Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, and Albert Hall Museum etc. Jaipur is famous for its renowned festivals such the Literature Festival and the Kite Festival. Truly this place is a wonder and you must definitely come here the moment you enter Rajasthan.

2. Udaipur:

Udaipur of Rajasthan is a very romantic and fancy city, mostly because of its parks, gardens and palaces. It has a large number of places to visit and the food here is organic, tasty and inexpensive. If you would like to discover the history of Rajasthan, you must come to Udaipur. Its gorgeous features will stun you. The scenic lakes and the royal palaces will surely feast your eyes. Some of the places we would recommend you to visit are Saheliyon-Ki-Bari, City Palace Complex, Bagore Ki Haweli, Lake Pichola and Ambrai Ghat.

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3. Jaisalmer:

If you are thinking of going on a romantic holiday this year, we would definitely suggest you to travel and explore the beauty of Jaisalmer. This place is so romantic and gorgeous. It is a great place to visit during the winter months as the weather is quite balmy and pleasant during this time of the year. The temples, monuments, desert treks and camel safaris will inspire great romance between you and make your trip just like a fairy tale. Truly if you haven’t seen Jaisalmer, you have missed out on something very beautiful and special.

4. Mount Abu:

Rajasthan is not just full of lakes and palaces of the Royal Rajas but also of several beautiful hill stations and one we must speak about is Mount Abu. This one is a popular hill station located in the Aravalli mountain range. It offers you panoramic views and scenic locations where you can really enjoy yourself with family and friends. Those who are looking for some peace and solitude should definitely come to the ever beautiful Mount Abu. Not only will you will relaxed but will also have the opportunity of visiting prestigious sites such as the Achalgarh Fort and Guru Shikar Peak.

5. Ranthambore National Park:

In order to explore the wildlife of Rajasthan, come to Ranthambore National Park. This place is absolutely stunning. This land is the home of tigers, hyenas, leopards, jungle cats, sloth bears, hanuman languors etc. This park has been historically significant since the 10th century and represents the culture, wealth and wildlife of Rajasthan. Out of all the national parks and reserves, this one is the most significant. So when you come here, make sure you visit the Ranthambore National Park once.

6. Jodhpur:

Jodhpur is the second largest city in the whole of Rajasthan. This is a wonderful places to visit as it gives you the golden opportunity to visit some really beautiful sites and palaces. Out of all the places, we would recommend you to visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Balsamand Lake and Mandore Garden. The city has often been described as the Blue City and the locations are really picturesque and attractive. When you come to Rajasthan, do make a note of this place and make sure you stay there for a day or two. Your trip shall be worth it.

7. Bikaner:

Bikaner is also known as the Camel City and is located on the edge of the famous Thar Desert located in Rajasthan. This city is beautiful and has over hundreds of international tourists every year. Here you will find a wide range of palaces and forts and ones you should visit are Lalgarh Palace, Sand Dunes, Camel Safari, Camel Breeding Farm and Research Center. Also remember to try the delicious Rajasthani thali of Bikaner. Even though it is purely vegetarian, every morsel is full of taste that will satisfy you completely.

8. Bazaars of Rajasthan:

Rajasthan is famous for its handicrafts and pottery. When you come to places like Bikaner and Jaisalmer, you should definitely visit the local bazaars here. You will be pleasantly surprised seeing the pottery, colorful handicrafts, puppets, marble statues and marble ware. All of them are so beautiful and unique. And the best part is that most of them are handmade. When you come here, make sure you take some of these lovely handicrafts for yourself.

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9. Monsoon Palace:

The Monsoon Palace is located on a hill and is the best place to visit during the monsoon season. It belonged to the royal family of Mewar until the government took it in its hands. Although this place isn’t very well maintained, the good part is that it has been restored and you can still go and visit this place when you like.

10. Udaipur Ropeway:

If you are an adventure lover, you should definitely come to the Udaipur Ropeway. Tickets are available at rupees 72 for Indian adults and about rupees 300 for foreign adults. Tickets for children are also available, all depending upon the height and nationality. Be prepared to wait as the queues are always lengthy.

11. Ajmer:

Ajmer is one of the most popular tourist places in Rajasthan. Ajmer is famous for Dargah Sharif, the shrine of the Sufi Saint Moinudeen Chisti. It attracts people from all over the world irrespective of religion. Ajmer lies in the womb of the Aravalli Range of mountains which is located in Rajasthan. The Anasagar Lake which is not a natural lake is located to the North of the city of Ajmer and attracts tourists in large numbers. the Nagpathar range protects the city from the famous Thar desert..The Pushkar Lake in Ajmer is an important site of pilgrimage for Hindus. It is believed that a dip in the Pushkar Lake can cleanse sins and cure skin diseases.

12. Chittorgarh:

Chittorgarh lies along the bank of the River Berarch. It is home to the largest and magnificent fort of Rajasthan, The Chittorgarh Fort. The fort is a living tale of the values and courage that defined the valiant Rajput rulers who ruled over Mewar. Another prized possession of this place isthe Tower of Victory or Vijay Stambh. Constructed with red sandstone, the Vijay Stambh also boasts of carvings of Hindu Gods on its walls. It is a beautiful place signifying the proud history of the place.

13. Bundi:

Situated at a distance of 210 km from Jaipur, Bundi is known for its beautiful forts and palaces and step well reservoirs called Baoris. Folk lore has it that an ancient tribe which goes by the name of the Bunda Meena inhabited the region and that is how the city got its name. few of the important tourist destinations in Bundi are the Taragarh Fort, the Bundi Palace, the Nawal Sagar, the Dabhai Kund and the Sukh Mahal. The palaces boast of exquisite paintings and attracts a huge footfall. The paintings are of great interest as they reflect the effect of Chinese habitation in this small town.

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14. Bharatpur:

Bharatpur is well known for its numerous palaces, temples and gardens. The Deeg Palace here is famous for its architectural beauty. There are several pools, fountains and plants in the Deeg Palace. The Keshav Bhawan is a huge attraction. It has an octagonal base and a single storied structure. The artificial thundershower is also a major source of interest. The water jets create the fake monsoon and metal balls on the roof give the effect of a thunder.

15. Bhangarh Fort :

This one is a real treat for adventure seekers and thrill enthusiasts. Situated in Alwar, the ghost town of Bhangarh is one of the ghostly and spine chilling places you can possibly imagine, not to forget, one of the places which has a huge reporting of paranormal activity. This attracts a great number of brave hearted tourists seeking edgy fun.This one is one of the most exciting places to see in Rajasthan.

These were some of the best Rajasthan places to visit. Rajasthan is a great place to visit for tourists and travel enthusiasts. Every nook and corner of the place depicts its rich culture and heritage. Do include this place of colors and culture in your travel diaries.


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