Here is some place to visit in Jaipur :-
The Divine beauty of this grand structure will surely leave you mesmerized. Built by Raja Man Singh I in 1952, Amber Fort has a unique architectural beauty that combines both Hindu and Mughal architecture. This majestic fort was once the capital of Minas. It has many attractions including an ancient temple named as ‘Jal Mandir’ and a beautiful hall of mirrors called ‘Sheesh Mahal’. Mirrors in Sheesh Mahal are set artistically where even a tiny ray of light gets a reflection in mirrors and lights up the entire hall blindingly. Besides this, colorful gardens, precious stones and royal paintings inside the forts are also worth exploring.
The City Palace:
A tingling fusion of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, City Palace is one of the most alluring buildings which Jaipur could inherit. This legendary palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and reflects an outstanding work of architecture. The complex has a series of courts, picturesque gardens and exclusive buildings which are simply awesome. Besides this, a number of impressive structures such as Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Place Museums are worth exploring if you have an interest in history & cultures.
Standing upright as the entrance to the City Palace, Hawa Mahal is an excellent instance of Rajputana architecture in Jaipur. The architectural design of this five-story palace is much more closure to Rajasthani culture, and also it offers the visitors with panoramic views of the city and surrounding areas. The pyramid shaped structure has 953 small windows which reflect superb architecture preferred by the royal families of Rajasthan.
In the centre of the Man Sagar Lake on the outside of Jaipur, A Palace built by Maharaja Madho Singh in 1750s . A masterful creation, it is bordered by the Nahargarh Hills. This low rise symmetrical Palace was once a shooting lodge for the Maharajas and now fascinates many visitors from all over the world. It is indeed one of the most photographed monuments in India.
The entry inside the fort is prohibited, but the view from a considerable distance while boating is enough to mesmerize you. During the evenings, the fort lights up and the reflection of the fort in the lake is absolutely gorgeous. With its impressive beauty and laid-back ambience, the Jal Mahal has become a true tourist delight
Galta Ji, Monkey Temple
Dedicated to the Sun God, Lord Surya, it is situated on Jaipur-Agra Highway at 10 kms far from Jaipur. The history of this temple date back to 16th century but still the exact year of the construction of this place is unknown. But the temple at this place was constructed in 18th century.
The best time to visit the temple is evening, you can enjoy a beautiful view from temple and also so many wild monkey.
Jantar Mantar Observatory
Between 1724 and 1730 Maharajah Sawaii Jai Singh II of Jaipur constructed five astronomical observatories in north India. The observatories, or “Jantar Mantars” as they are commonly known, incorporate multiple buildings of unique form, each with a specialized function for astronomical measurement. These structures with their striking combinations of geometric forms at large scale have captivated the attention of architects, artists, and art historians world wide, yet remain largely unknown to the general public.
The Market Johari Bazar
Walking in this market is a must if you visit Jaipur… the name “Johri Bazaar” suggests that it is a market for Jewelers which is quite visible. There are several shops for handicraft, Indian women dresses and authentic Jaipur food to try out.
You get a true pink city feeling here. and evening is the best time, for cool walking around the old city.