How To Reach Jaipur
Stroll through the colourful streets of the Pink City
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Best time to visit
Nov - Feb
Ideal for couples
How To Reach Jaipur
Here’s how to reach Jaipur via the easiest route and the most economical fare. One of the most popular tourist destinations, Jaipur has an amazing array of sightseeing options. An amalgamation of majestic historical monuments, cultural heritage and vibrant bazaars, the city is well connected to various cities across the country via roads, railways, and air. For tourists wondering how to reach Jaipur, the easiest and least time-taking route would be via air.
When looking for ways to reach Jaipur by flights, Jaipur International Airport is your answer. Located almost 13 km away from the city center, the airport offers flights to all major cities of the country such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Chennai. The airport also connects the city to Muscat, Sharjah, Singapore, and Dubai.
The major airlines that service the airport include Air India, IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, GoAir, and others. Taxis and buses are easily available to take travelers to the heart of the city. If not coming from the nearby cities, reaching Jaipur by flight is a good option. This will give you more time to spend in the city itself, exploring it to the maximum.
Train is one of the best options of getting to Jaipur. Jaipur Railway Station, the headquarters of the North Western Railway Zone, offers direct trains to all major cities of the country. If wondering how to reach Jaipur from Delhi by train, trains such as Shatabdi, Rajdhani, Duronto and Mandor Express are good options.
One of the most luxurious trains to Jaipur is the “Palace on Wheels”. Complete with a dining cart, a games room, a bar and many other amenities, this train is much famed among those looking for a taste of opulence and luxury when visiting Jaipur. The train ride is definetly expensive but worth it.
Jaipur is connected to nearby cities via well maintained roads. If wondering how to reach Jaipur from Delhi by road in a private vehicle, make sure to take the NH 8, which spans almost 268 kms. The drive from Delhi to Jaipur takes nearly 5 hours, more if one encounters traffic. The road is mostly scenic when you pass the traffic and head onto the highway, bordered by dense forests and small villages on both sides.
Try to stop at the roadside stalls for some refreshments and landscape pictures to give your Jaipur trip a jolly start.
How to reach Jaipur by bus: Jaipur is also well connected via private and state-run buses, thus ensuring that those not willing to drive themselves have an easy option to reach the city. Most cities nearby, such as Delhi, offer overnight as well as day long buses. When planning how to reach Jaipur from Delhi by bus, remember that there are several types of buses available from the Capital to reach Jaipur. There include the luxury buses, the semi-deluxe ones and the state run ones. Choose from them as per your budget and preferences for comfort.
|By Air||By Road||By Train||By Sea|
|Bangalore to Jaipur||2.0 hours||33.0 hours||40.0 hours||-|
|Pune to Jaipur||1.0 hours||20.0 hours||21.0 hours||-|
|Kolkata to Jaipur||2.0 hours||29.0 hours||24.0 hours||-|
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Sawantsaumitra's 5 days trip to JaipurTrip was well planned and enjoyable. Hotels,Cab and sight seeing also good.
Karthikeya's 4 days trip to JaipurIt was good memorable trip, the driver Anand SINGH is an excellent driver who takes care and guides well without any expectations. He is sharp on time and was punctual. Being with kids it’s tough planning as scheduled and cover all the places of visit. He ensured we covered all the areas planned and are visited to our satisfaction. Also all our valuables were left in his car during trip and went unattended at our end without worries. Would be the person to have for service for any trips in Jaipur. Regarding agent, only thing that was not clear was the coverage or safari in package which was not updated till last minute had to book ourself. The agreement was to have end to end covered in package and quotation shared. But realised that safari was not covered only on the day of arrival at Ranthambore for stay. Luckily it was taken care by the hotel person and agent co-ordination. In all the trip was very well organised. Agents should be in constant touch to discuss on day today progress rather customer getting in touch. Minor follow ups, small small things matter a lot and makes a huge difference for customer satisfaction. Memories: We were late back from Ranthambore and missed chowki dhani on that day, Anand Singh ensured we do not miss anything and covered all the places planned to visit by replanning and covering all that was planned. The most memorable was arranging of Guide Ashok who was humble and knowledged person fit for the position of guiding the palace, Anand on fly arranged and ensured we did not miss anything in palace and it was memorable.
Dktamang's 2 days trip to JaipurWe had a great trip to Jaipur, special thanks to Mr. Sanjay (driver) for everything.
Asaha's 5 days trip to JaipurEverything was absolute perfect and arranged in proper manner. hotel, cabs and movements . This is my first experience with travel Triangle and TOURPEDIA and both were memorable. enjoyed my trip thoroughly with my family and the best part was PERSON FROM TOURPEDIA came personally to also know and how we were feeling. great experience and good management done by TOURPEDIA.
Yogesh's 3 days trip to JaipurAwesome coordination and timely management Very good arrangements hotel. Was good and sevice e was amazing
Sujata's 5 days trip to JaipurGood hotels except delhi hotel. Delhi hotel was very congested. Otherwise Good arrangements.Driver was punctual so that we could cover all places.
Soniya's 6 days trip to JaipurWe had a great trip... Very well managed sight seeing... Awesome food, nice people especially Bhawani Singh Ji (our Driver) Thank you for making this trip an unforgettable one... Desert Thar Safari... Camel Safari... Stay in Swiss Tents... Wonderful architecture of Forts and temples... Cultural event... Loved everything...
Manubha's 3 days trip to JaipurGreat planning and execution of trip. Stay at Sariska resort.
Rakesh's 5 days trip to JaipurOverall it was a good tour of golden triangle. schedule customized by us was little bit hectic need one or two more days for same itinerary. Tourpedia just book hotels and hire tempo traveller for us and kept all other things on Us. Bus driver didn't know the itinerary at all. Every day he was aking for where to go. Cab driver was always looking for commission from guide and hotels. In vrindavan and agra he gave us guide Who are looking to chit us. I was expected much more from tourpedia after reading reviews but get dissapointed with the service espacially with the bus driver and his approch. So I can suggest travellers to clear all things before booking with travel agent.
Sabyasachi's 6 days trip to Jaipurdifferent cab arrived to pick up from airport other than the one which was supposed to come for pick up. on 1st day tour again one more new cab came which was too late and we started 2 hours late for sightseeing.
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The Jaipur International Airport is called Sanganer Airport. There are domestic flight connections to and from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur, Udaipur and several other places. There are also international flights from Jaipur to Dubai and Muscat as well. A convenient way to travel to Jaipur is by road. Regular service of AC and Deluxe buses is available from all major cities in Rajasthan. Jaipur is connected via rail from Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, etc.The Jaipur International Airport is called Sanganer Airport. There are domestic flight connections to and from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur, Udaipur and several other places. There are also international flights from Jaipur to Dubai and Muscat as well. A convenient way to travel to Jaipur is by road. Regular service of AC and Deluxe buses is available from all major cities in Rajasthan. Jaipur is connected via rail from Delhi, Agra, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bikaner, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, etc.
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