The total straight line distance between Jaipur and Ujjain is 415 KM (kilometers) and 200 meters. The miles based distance from Jaipur to Ujjain is 258 miles. Rajasthan is a land of many historical forts and palaces, with each of them hiding numerous tales of the Royal Marwar in their architecture and grandeur. A hub of boutiques and cafes, it has one of the biggest Anokhi stores of Jaipur alongside a café. Dedicate an entire wardrobe to all that you pick up from stores in C scheme, known mostly for block prints and cotton stuff. You’ll be stoked to see the variety of Handicrafts Subhash Chowk has to offer. One if better than the other. Jaipur is home to India’s largest and the most fabulous collection of jewelry of all types. Jaipur, famous for jewellery and clothes, is visited the most by people who love both. There are many markets in Jaipur selling precious stones, gems, semi-precious stones, and jewelry with a limited warranty. And Johari Bazaar is one of the earliest Jaipur shopping places where you can buy all these.
Maharaja Jai Singh II added to the beauty of the palace by creating gardens to make the Jal Mahal more picturesque. After generations of creativity we today have the magnificence of the “water palace”. Jal Mahal is also known as Water palace, which is situated in the Middle of Man Sagar Lake in Pink City. This gorgeous sight is something that every tourist in Jaipur must experience. A famous weekend spot for travelers from Delhi, Agra, Bharatpur, and the nearby areas, the palace is well known for its beautiful fountains, gardens, grandeur, and of course, its history, which at the very least, is magnificent!. Walking along the edge of the lake with lights twinkling will be a very romantic experience for you and your loved ones. You are not allowed to enter the palace but you are surely going to enjoy the beauty of this place with amazing lighting.
Chand Baori (Stepwell) in the villages of Abhaneri is one of the oldest attraction of Rajasthan. Despite being a heritage, Chand Baori is not easy to find, making it one of the most hidden wonders of India. This village is on Jaipur-Agra highway, almost 95 km drive one way from Jaipur. It is located in the neighbourhood district of Dausa. is one of the oldest and most attractive landmarks in Rajasthan and also the most visually spectacular step well in India.
Only those aged 10 and above, 4’ 7” in height, less than 115 kg and with a waist measurement of 43 inches or less can go for this activity.
It was in the year 1799 that Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built this royal structure as a continuation to the city palace. The Maharaja was an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna, which can be seen in the architecture of Hawa Mahal resembling Lord Krishna’s crown. Lal Chand Ustad had designed this palace in the shape of a pyramid with its façade similar to a honeycomb with 953 ‘jharokas’ or small windows carved out beautifully in a traditional Marwari design covered with intricate latticework.
Also Speacial, Once you step into Hawa Mahal, you realise that you have stepped into a place that is a true reflection of a fusion of Islamic Mughal and Hindu Rajput architecture. While the Islamic style is evidently witnessed in the arches and stone inlay filigree work.
The historic Alsisar Haveli in Jaipur offers 45 well furnished heritage style state of the art rooms which are fitted with all the modern amenities and facilities.Booking Now
Modern, air-conditioned rooms here will provide you with a flat-screen satellite TV, seating area and a mini-bar. There is also an electric kettle.Booking Now
The luxurious Rambagh Palace was the former residence of the Maharajah of Jaipur. Now a luxurious hotel, it features an indoor and outdoor pool.Booking Now
The Sambhar Salt Lake is the largest inland salt lake in India and even finds mention in the mythological epic, 'Mahabharata'. History states that the lake was a part of the kingdom of a demon king known as 'Brishparva'. Apart from this unit, tourists also flock the Sambhar lake to get a glimpse of the fames 'Shakambari Devi' temple and for bird-watching.Booking Now