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Top 7 Places to Visit in Jaipur in summer

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If you want to explore the Rajasthani architecture and culture, then Pink City is the best place for you to visit. Here you can experience the opulent and royal Rajputana history, traditions, and architecture that may leave you astounded. Jaipur is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India because it offers an ideal blend of ancient and modern culture and keeps the traveler's interest alive with its rich and colorful heritage.



I am listing down the top 7 places to visit in Jaipur in summer that will turn your vacations more cheerful. If you are ready to be amazed by the charm and glory of the Pink City then this article is for you. Make sure to include these places in your itinerary if you really want to take a dive into Rajputana’s rich past.


Amber Fort

Amber Fort

It is situated in the Aravalli Hills, this bewitching monument is one of the best scenic beauty in Jaipur. It’s foundation was laid by King Man Singh I, but Jai Singh completed its construction. This epitome of magnificence is built with a combination of red sandstone and white marbles. Witnessing this palace is nothing but sheer captivating. The eternal glory of this place lies in its formidable walls which were once used for defense against attacks of enemies, charming interior, alluring views of sunset and sunrise, and the irresistible panorama of Maota Lake. wall paintings, intricate frescos and precious jewels used in the paintings along with tremendous Sheesh Mahal is the most enchanting to see this ageless beauty. 


Location: Devisinghpura, Jaipur

Timing : 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

Entry fee: INR 25 for Indians, INR 150 for Foreigners (including camera)



Abhaneri Stepwell AKA "Chand Baori"

Abhaneri Stepwell AKA ‘Chand Baori

A combined art of scientific and architectural excellence was created to build this superstructure that still leaves us amazed and gives so much to learn. It is one of the most beautiful examples whose architectural beauty deserves admiration. Being one of the largest step wells of Rajasthan, its perfection leaves us speechless. In order to conserve water as well as meet the water requirements of tradesmen and villagers, it was built by the local people. This dazzling structure was dedicated to Harshat Mata (the goddess of Happiness) and remained intact for more than 100 years. 

Location: Near Harshat Mata Temple, Abhaneri, Bandikui

Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

Entry fee: free



Galtaji Temple AKA The ‘Monkey Temple’ 

Galtaji Temple

The temples of Jaipur are as grandiose as its forts and palaces, its standing proof is Galtaji Temple. This historic temple is sited on the outskirts of the Jaipur city and nestled amidst the magnificent Aravali Hills. This piece of beauty is dedicated to Lord Ram, Lord Krishna, and Lord Hanuman. It is adorned with pretty paintings and beautiful architecture like that of the City Palace.

Here you can find many amazing things to explore, like seven holy springs or kunds, pavilions, and shrines. Its unique natural spring, carvings, and paintings will leave you mesmerized. Many people call it ‘Galta Monkey Temple’ or ‘The Monkey Temple’ because a large number of monkeys are present on its premises.


Location: Shri Galta Peetham, Jaipur

Timing : 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

Entry fee: Free (Camera INR 50)


Jaipur Wax Museum: An embodiment of craftsmanship

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Jaipur Wax Museum is one of the most commendable gems of the ‘Pink City’. Sited within the boundaries of the Najafgarh Fort, this museum has the life-sized wax statues of several famous personalities from various domains of Art, Cinema, Sports, Literature, Royalties, History, and many more. Each one of the statues is placed in two halls namely the ‘Royal Darbar’ and ‘Hall of Icons’.


Location: Nahargarh Fort, Amer Road (Near Jal Mahal) Jaipur

Timing : 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. 

Entry fee: INR 500 for Indians, INR 700 for Foreigners



Achrol Fort 


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If you are a fun-loving person and you like to do adventure, trekking and intimacy then Achrol fort is certainly the place for you. It is 65km away from the ‘Pink City’, it is an old haveli that belongs to the Achrol Thikana Family (relatives of Jaipur’s Kachhawa rulers). During the early 16th century, this place was used for strategic, military as well as residential purposes. It has a stunning 360-degree view, unique architecture along with beautiful nature that makes it a must-go-to place.


Location: Achrol, Jaipur

Timing: 24 hours

Entry fee: INR 600



Jaigarh Fort 

Jaigarh Fort


As the name suggests it is also called the ‘Fort of Victory’. It is among one of the most famous forts to visit in Jaipur, it was constructed in 1726 by Jai Singh II. This splendid fort is sited on the rocky headland of the Aravali Hills AKA ‘Hill of Eagles’ or ‘Cheel ka Teela’. There is no denial of the fact that this superstructure stands out among all the other forts in the entire Jaipur. Thick walls of redstones stretched for 3km, storage systems, the granaries, and water reserves of this fort are exceptional instances of ancient science and technology. Apart from this, Ram Harihar Temple and Kal Bhairav Temple are also praiseworthy architectures here.


Location: Devisinghpura, Amer, Jaipur

Timing : 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Entry fee: INR 25 for Indian, INR 75 for Foreigners



Nahargarh Fort

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Its original name is Sudarshan Garh, it was built by Jai Singh II and later on renamed as the ‘Home of Tigers’ or ‘Nahargarh’. If you want to enjoy the panoramic view and scenic landscape of Pink City then this is the right place for you. The construction of this fort was done to intensify the security of wives of the British during the 1857 Sepoy Mutiny.


Sited on Aravali Hills, this fort features rooms, beautiful wall ceilings, common corridors and wall paintings. This fort was one of the popular picnic destinations of the royals because it is surrounded by a jungle. The natural beauty of the jungle makes this fort one of the best places to visit in Jaipur.

Location: Krishna Nagar, Brahampuri, Jaipur
Timing : 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Entry fee: INR 10 for Indian, INR 50 for foreigners


Jal Mahal


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The finest example of Rajputana architecture, this underwater Palace is also one of the best places to visit in Jaipur during Summer. It's a classic fort sited in the middle of Lake Man Sagar with an alluring architectural combination of Mughal and Rajput styles. It comprises 5 floors, when the lake gets completely filled, the water level reaches its fourth floor. Traditional boats are used to reach this palace. Clearwater of the lake and Aravali Hills add to the beauty of this palace. This site is home to a number of vibrant and colorful birds, flora, fauna, and fish species.


Location: Amer Rd, Jal Mahal, Amer, Jaipur

Timing : 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

Entry fee: Nil



Right from markets, temples, palaces to safaris and more, you can find a surfeit of places to visit in Jaipur in summer. The places mentioned above offer a blend of nature, history, architecture, adventure, and romance to brighten up your vacations in Jaipur. What else are you searching for? Book your ticket, pack your bags and set off now!



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