Immersive Jaipur- Two Days Itinerary for Exploring the Pink City’s Rich

Are you just bored with your work-eat-sleep routine? So, Jaipur can be your next travel destination. A pink city with a mixture of traditional and modern culture, astonishing palaces, and outstanding markets with delicious foods. Explore your ancient culture in the colorful city of Immersive. Festivals are the beauty of this city as it is unique and celebrated with full of enthusiasm.

For those who have a short period, an immersive offers a perfect way to make the most of it from visiting Hawa Mahal to shopping at the colorful Johari Bazaar in just two days, So, get ready for an unforgettable experience. With all these options you can choose which places you can visit in two days trip to Jaipur.

  • Hotels to stay in Jaipur.
  • Sight Seeing Places in Jaipur.
  • Restaurants in Jaipur.
  • Markets in Jaipur.

How to reach Jaipur?

  1. You can reach immersive here by Train.
  2.  Through flight.
  3. Through Bus.

Hotels where you can stay under your Budget?

                         You can stay in hotels in the middle of the city to utilize the time properly. With traditional touch, you can also stay in Havelis. So, here are some of the best hotels in Immersive Jaipur.

  1. Umaid Bhawan.

    For staying in Rajasthan-style Accommodation you can try this hotel in the form of the haveli. It is designed desirably with spacious rooms, gardens exotic terraces, and furnishings. As it is highly recommended because it is one of the best hotels in Immersive Jaipur.

With amazing decor, it also provides you with the best facilities.

        LocationVia Bank Road, D1-2A, Bihari Marg, Behind Collectorate Bani Park
          Price RangeRs. 4704
        Google Reviews    4.3/5
  1.  Samode Haveli Hotel

       It is the most ancient palace as it was built 225 years ago. It demonstrates the luxury of Immersive Jaipur for tourists. Deluxe rooms and suites are also designed to show royalty and culture. The pool area adds extra beauty to Haveli.

            LocationJorawar Singh Gate, Gangapole Road
      Price Range Rs.7837
    Google Reviews4.5/5
  1. Dileep Kothi.

   Some tourists also prefer to stay near railway stations to avoid carrying bags from distant hotels to Railway Stations. It is only 1.3 km away from Railway Station. Dileep Kothi is a luxury suites hotel that represents the essence of culture and legacy too.

              Location89, Dhuleswar Garden, Sardar Patel Marg, C Scheme
        Price RangeRs.9373
            Google Reviews4.8/5
  1. Royal Orchid Central

        Leaving in the hotels which are in the middle of the city also saves some amount of your time that you can invest in sightseeing or shopping in the city of Immersive Jaipur. This Hotel is only 4km away from Hawa Mahal. Decorated and furnished rooms with every facility. Also, there is a banquet hall and pool.

          LocationNo. A-26 A, Sawai Jai Singh Kanti Nagar, Bani Park
      Price RangeRs.1996
      Google Reviews3.9/5
  1. Park Prime.

Park Prime is a budget-friendly hotel for tourists. Park Prime is close to soo many places like Birla Auditorium, JamanLal Bajar Marg, and Railway Stations too. Safe-guarded and well-organized rooms attract tourists in their budgets.

        LocationC-59, Prithviraj Road, Panch Batti, C-Scheme Ashok Nagar
  Price RangeRs.2869
      Google Reviews4.1/5

Famous Sight Seeing Places. (Plan For First Day)

            After deciding on your place to stay, next you can decide on the famous place to visit in Immersive. Firstly in the morning, you can explore the history and culture of these places.  These are the places you should not miss when .

  1. Hawa Mahal.

               It is famous for its palaces so, Hawa Mahal is one of the best palaces to visit.  It’s very ancient as it was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh and was designed by Laal Chand Ustad. As the name described the structure of Hawa Mahal, is a mesh of small windows that allows cool wind during summer. It is situated near City Palace.

                  As this Mahal was made for a very different motive for Royal women of Royal family can enjoy watching the famous festivals that are celebrated in the streets without being seen.

  1.  Amer Fort.

             This amazingly showcases our culture. Amer Fort is a place not to miss when in Immersive Jaipur as it was built in the 16th Century by Kachawahas.  The unique thing about Amer Fort is that it is situated on a hilltop that covers a water reservoir named “Maota”.

Amer Fort is divided into four major sections which have its entrance gate.

  1. Narhargarh Fort.

           One of the best sightseeing forts in Immersive Jaipur is Narhargarh Fort. It was evolved in 1734 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. As this fort also safeguards the city. It is situated at the edge of Aravalli Hills, and from the hilltop, the view of the city is so eye-catching. The left part of the fort ‘Tadigate’ has an entrance gate with a temple also. Temple dedicated to Prince Nahar Singh Bhomia is also there.

  1. Elejungle.

        One of the innovative projects of Immersive Jaipur is Elejungle. It is founded by Mansoori Brothers and it’s a different concept to make visitors and elephants happy. Elejungle is an animal-friendly project they do not harm or hurt elephants by any means. Services provided by them are doing Rides with Elephants, Painting along with amazing experience of bathing with elephants.

  1. Jantar Mantar.

                    Jantar Mantar is the very oldest monument in Immersive Jaipur as it originated in 1734 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Jantar Mantar is a collection of 19 astronomical instruments. It is near by Hawa Mahal. With the help of instruments, you can witness astronomical instruments without wearing any glasses or anything.

Best Restaurants ( Plan for the second day)

            Immersive Jaipur is well known for its delicacies which are just like poetry on your plate. You will get to experience exposure to food that you had never before. You must not return from Jaipur without trying Rajasthani Thali so that your taste buds may thank you for it.  So, some of the best restaurants. Try these at your first-day lunch.

  1. Suvarna Mahal.

Suvarna Mahal is a luxurious hotel as its dining hall is just the best in Immersive Jaipur. Victorian Interiors with beautiful paintings and astonishing silverware along with live classical music are just the top attractions of this hotel. Delicious Rajasthani Thali is being served here along with a vegan diet if anyone wants. Must-try foods are Bharwan Guchhi Masala, Murgh Gulab Chaap, and much more with your choice.

  1. Chokhi Dhani.

     Few tourists especially visit Jaipur for experiencing Chokhi Dhani. Chokhi Dhani is a village theme-based resort you can witness Rajasthani culture over there with mouth-watering food. Rajasthani Thalis are the top attractions of the Chokhi Dhani. Must-try foods are Gol Gappe, Churma, and Rajasthani Thali.

  1.  1135 A D

 For non-vegetarian lovers tourists it is the best place in Immersive Jaipur. It is inside the Amer Palace with open space and is beautifully designed with gold enameled walls. You can enjoy your dinner privately also as there are private tables for customers. Must try foods are Ajwain Mahi Kabab, Chicken Tikka and Laal Maas Thali.

  1. Laxmi Misthan Bhandar.

     It can be your favorite place if you are a sweets lover or a vegetarian. Or in short, you are a street foodie and it is situated at the most convenient place on the street of Johari Bazaar. And if you love sweets then you must try milk cakes, ghewar, and jalebis too. It is a budget-friendly restaurant too. Must-try foods are Dal Batti Churma, Rajasthani Thali, and Kachodis too.

  1. Poppin Organic Cafe.

 Tourists who are on their diets can try whatever they want with organic and healthy foods. Immersive Jaipur has tasty food for health freaks too. Their service is also good and on time. Must try foods are Salad, Chicken Burger Breakfast platter etc.

Markets in Jaipur.

                Immersive Jaipur is just the best place for shopaholics. Colorful and elegant markets with varieties of items are a must-go for every tourist. In, the evening after you visit sightseeing places you can go markets. In the time of evening, the atmosphere of the market is also good because of the crowd. Most tourists enjoy shopping in the evening only.

  1. Johari Bazaar.

 This is a must-go market for you if you are a jewelry lover you can buy royal and handmade jewelry from these markets. With 400 shops all around you can also buy semi-precious stones, diamonds, and kundans too. Lots of designer jewelry is available here from low range to high cost.

             2. Bapu Bazaar.

                      Bapu Bazaar is like a supermarket where all items are available, in Immersive Jaipur. From all kinds of fabrics, and jewelry to all kinds of home utensils everything is in one place. You can also buy attractive lehengas and sarees in the Bapu Bazaar. 

               3. Aravali Bazaar.

                    Ethnic lovers should go to Aravli Bazaar because you will get all types of ethnic dresses. Aravali Bazaar of Immersive Jaipur has uncountable shops which offer types of furniture, handicrafts, items related to home decor and wooden items, etc. It is near by Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar.

               4. Kishanpole Bazaar.

                    It is one of the oldest markets of Immersive Jaipur. This market is very colorful because of its wonderful textile collections. There are 350 shops in the Kishanpole Bazaar. The unique attraction of this market is the Kites of Indian fighters. You can also try a collection of marble handicrafts and wooden furniture.

                5. Tripolia Bazaar.

                   Female tourists who love bangles should take advantage of a chance to go to Tripolia Bazaar. Beautiful and colorful designs of bangles are available in these markets along with Lac Jewelry. You can also buy bandini and dye fabrics from these places.


                  For your two days of trip to Jaipur after checking in the hotel and after getting ready you should visit sightseeing places according to your choice. And then for lunch, you should not miss Rajasthani Thali from the restaurants. In the evening you should go to the markets as you will witness crowds along with a good atmosphere.

      Frequently Asked Questions.

  1. Which month is best to visit Jaipur?

   Ans. October to March is the best time to visit Jaipur.

  1. Which is the best market in Jaipur?

   Ans. Tripolia Bazaar is the best market in Jaipur.

  1. Which is the special Place of Jaipur?

  Ans. Jantar Mantar is a special place in Jaipur.   

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