10 Best Places to Visit in Rajasthan | Rajasthan Tourism

Hanika KashyapNov 2 . 7 min read

Rajasthan, a state rich in culture and a hub of antiques is one of the best places to visit during this winter. It's situated in North India and consists of its notable handicrafts and places to see. Rajasthan's huge royal forts and the descendants of regency adds up to the uniqueness of the largest state in India. Here, we discuss the top 10 best places to visit in Rajasthan and why they are renowned.


1) Udaipur


Udaipur, the City of Lakes is notably one of the best places to see in Rajasthan. As the name suggests the city is comprised of beautiful lakes and tall architecture which elevates the serene landscape. Its surrounded by the Aravalli Hills and termed as the 'Venice of the East' undoubtedly. The city embraces grassy gardens and years old temples. People looking for an ancient tour surely should visit here.

One of the best tourists places in Rajasthan has to be the Lake Palace at Udaipur. A little boat ride through Lake Pichola will cheer up your mood. From Sajjangarh Palace to Jagdish temple, each of these sites has to be the best places to visit in Rajasthan.

2) Jaipur


Jaipur also famously known as the Pink City has to be on top of this list with its undying and revered beauty. The capital of the 'Land of the Kings', Jaipur is composed of golden forts and forms the Golden Triangle with Dehli and Agra. The famous Hawa Mahal is a great place to see in Rajasthan. The colorful handicrafts and jewelries are one to look out for when visiting Jaipur.

The Amer Fort is a treat to witness on a full moon night. For an experience of the wide skies of Jaipur, the Hot Air Balloon safari is recommended to view the colorful city, Jaipur. Jantar Mantar and the Jal Mahal are one of the best tourist places in Rajasthan.



3) Bundi


Another place to see in Rajasthan for the ancient forts and old mansions is the City of Stepwalls of Rajasthan, Bundi. Bundi is the perfect desert type where various local tribes reside. The daylight beauty of this city has been embodied in a lot of writeups and displayed in a number of movies. The houses at Bundi tend to acquire a bluish hue for the hot summer days which is a sight to see.

The 1.5 km long Jait Sagar Lake is a popular place in Rajasthan. Raniji Ki Baori is an unconventional beauty because of the step wells. Phool Sagar and the Bundi Palace is another famous spot to visit when in Rajasthan.



4) Jaisalmer


Jaisalmer, the Golden City of Rajasthan falls at the fourth spot of this list. It has a well esteemed sandstone structure and in very close proximity to the Thar Desert. The city is enveloped by lakes and golden sand dunes making it one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan. The Sonar Qila or the Jaisalmer Fort is vision to come across. It is suggested that the relatively colder months i.e from November to March are the best months to visit Rajasthan.

The Jain Temples is one of the best places to see here. Boating in the Gadisar Lake is also highly recommended. Patwa Ki Haveli is another must-visit.



5) Jodhpur


Another fascinating city in Rajasthan is the Blue City, Jodhpur. It is located at the borders of Thar Desert. If the famous sites aren't all then the streets are enough to enchant you. Jodhpur is undeniably another best place to visit in Rajasthan. The Mehrangarh Fort is famous for its majestic beauty and is the largest fort in Rajasthan.

It's famous for its temples and- the local vendors which light up the streets and usher the street harmony with them. The Umaid Bhavan Palace is famous place in Rajasthan. Jaswant Thada is a famous crematorium to visit when in Rajasthan built in the 19th century.



6) Chittorgarh


At our sixth spot is the immensely famous Chittorgarh, the Pride and Honor of Rajasthan. The Chittorgarh Fort is one of the top 10 best places to visit in Rajasthan. It was built in the 15th century and guarded by seven gates. The historical place depicts the Rajput culture and contains a heritage for which numerous wars were fought. The grandeur is flawless and attracts a lot of tourists.

Rani Padmini's Palace is a remarkable site at Chittorgarh named after the queen herself. Meera Temple and Rana Kumbh's place also deserves a mandatory visit for its historical past.



7) Mount Abu


In a state of deserts, Mount Abu is the only hill station situated in the Aravalli Range. November till March is considered to be the best months to visit Mount Abu, Rajasthan. The primary interests at Mount Abu is the Dilwara Temples and the Nakki Lake. Boating in the Nakki Lake serves as a feeling of tranquility and utter calmness. The magnificent architecture is a scene worth remembering. The buildings around the hill station is a wonderful set for the tourists.

The temples resonate Jainism also the Mount Abu Forest Sanctuary is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan.



8) Ajmer


One of the best places to see in Rajasthan is Ajmer, the land of the famous Dargah, Ajmer Sharif Dargah . It was of the saint Muid-ud-din Chishti and one of the most majestic places to see in Rajasthan. Ajmer carries an enchanting charm and a superior blend of all cultures and religions under the same sky. The Golden Jain Temple falls under Rajasthan's popular places. It is a site clustered with people of different beliefs all together on the same land.

Baradari, the five pavilions constructed between the Anasagar Lake and the Daulat Bagh Gardens by Emperor Shah Jahan is a famous place to experience.



9) Bikaner


For a good ride on camels Bikaner is the place for you. Its called the 'Home of Camels' found in the midst of the Thar Desert. It comprises of some of the best places in Rajasthan. The sand dunes and the Desert Safari is without a doubt one of the most prominent places to visit when visiting. Every year this spot encounters a huge amount of the tourists for the famous camel rides. The food such as Kesar Kulfi, Bhujias are also favored among the visitors.

It is also famous for hosting the Camel Festival. Another popular place to visit is the Janagarh Fort for its in-depth museums. The Rats Temple at Bikaner also deserves a mention.



10) Kota


Another Rajasthan's famous place include the very famous, Kota established along the banks of River Chambal. The city is filled with antiques and enriched with classical culture. Its famous for its bird watching and crocodile glimpses around the shores of the river. The Doria and silk sarees constitute to the Kota's eminence as a tourist spot. The Kota Stone is another renowned factor.

The Seven Wonders Park and Kota Barrage extort a different beauty at night. The Chambal Garden is one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan. Garadia Mahadev Temple is best to visit during the monsoon months.



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