Jaipur is a brilliant place and as a destination, it has plenty to offer. Nevertheless, planning 3 days itinerary to Jaipur is the best, though, by the end, you may run short of time.
Spending 3 days in Jaipur is enough to cover the city important places. However, there is a need for a little planning so that the 3 days itinerary to Jaipur is followed and you do not miss out some of the best places. Actually, there is a need for 15 days to visit all the important places, but now completing the same is impossible in 3 days time. Yet, here is the schedule of the 3 days in Jaipur, mentioning where to go.
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To begin with the first day, it is planned to go light as you may already be tired of your journey and there is a need to get some fresh time. Thus, on the first day, visit the historical places and it may take half a day.
You can begin with Hawa Mahal, go to Jantar Mantar, a walkable distance, head to City Palace from Jantar Mantar that is located just across. Head from City Palace to Albert Hall Museum, take a bus or auto as it is 3.5km, and head to Moti Doongri Palace, and Birla Mandir that are just next to each other.
Call an early day as the 2nd day will be a long one.
On the second day, start early, have breakfast early, and visit Amber Fort at 8.30 am its opening time. From here visit Anokhi, a hand printing museum. Proceed to Nahargarh Fort that is just 20 minutes’ drive, visit Jaigarh fort prior to Nahargarh. Visiting Nahargarh Fort early is to have lunch and this is not available in Jaigarh or Amer forts.
After visiting Nahargarh fort, go to Jaigarh fort and tot Jal Mahal. With the sunset, take a boat ride on the beautiful lake. This brings to the 2nd-day end of the 3 days trip to Jaipur. On the 2nd day, everyone feels tired as there is low of walking done and so finally have a nice dinner in the hotel and take good rest.
On this itinerary, go on the 3rd day to city locations. This will take considerable time and will require a lot of walking. Start early on the third day, visit a temple, later head to Rambagh Palace, and from there go to Sishodri Rani Garden. Visit the Jaipur zoo, in case you are accompanied by kids, they are sure to love this visit and will enjoy the animals that the historical sightseeing.
As the final visit of this 3 days itinerary to Jaipur, visit Chokni Dhani or some other identical setup in an ethnic Jaipur village. Make it a point to reach a little before 8 pm, at around 6.30 and 7 pm, and avoid Sunday evenings, if possible. This experience here is worthy and you can stay until they shut down at 11 pm.