Jaipur Transportation

  • Jaipur Railway Station from outside.
    Jaipur Railway Station from outside.
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  • 1. How to get around?

    I've just had a great experience in India, visiting the "Golden triangle" among Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Unforgettable views and monuments (not only Taj Mahal!!!), excellent food and friendly...

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  • 2. elephant transfer

    You can get an elephant ride up the hill to the Amber Fort - however, you may want to walk as the queue is often over an hour long. A lot of people worry about the well being of the elephants. I...

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  • 3. 4 days-3 nights Taxi Tour of Golden Triangle

    Three of us were heading to Agra and Jaipur from Delhi for a four day, a three night rushed tour after the best of a week for a scientific conference in...

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  • 4. Jaipur by Rail

    Jaipur is now very well connected by Rail with almost all major cities of India. The meter gauge line is now converted in to Broad Gauge. Transportation has...

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  • 5. Going to Jaipur

    Jaipur is now very well connected with almost all Indian cities and some foreign countries as it is now Jaipur International Airport. The Airport is brand new...

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  • 6. Buses to take you to and out of Jaipur

    Sindhi camp is the place to take buses to go to other cities and towns that are away from Jaipur. Buses ply regularly to cities such as Udaipur, Sikar, Bikaner...

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  • 7. Buses for places around jaipur

    There are many private buses plying from Jaipur to the nearby towns such as Sanganer, Amber/Amer etc.. These are cheap.The bus from badi chowpat/ hawa mahal...

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  • 8. Spice Jet

    All the flights out from Jaipur to Mumbai/Goa were fully booked this day, so I couldn't use my standby tickets on Jet Airways. Instead I had to buy fully priced...

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  • 9. Agra-Fathepur-Jaipur tollroad

    The main road between Agra-Fathepur-Jaipur is a toll road with 2 lanes in each direction. There are two toll booth where you have to pay between the cities. One...

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  • 10. Pedicabs in Jaipur

    Bicycle rickshaws, or Pedicabs as somebody call it, are very common in Jaipur. There are more pedicabs in the streets here than any other cities I have seen in...

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  • 11. WAYS OF GETTING TO JAIPUR

    ROADA National Highway links Delhi to Mumbai-passing through Jaipur, and the Bikaner - Agra highway passes also through the Jaipur district TRAINJaipur is...

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  • 12. From Jaipur to Ajmer

    Dear StarThere are two ways if you travelling on budget than there are buses from govt. Depot of Roadways every 15 Minutes and if you are a group and want more...

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  • 13. Auto Rickshaw driver in Jaipur

    Usually found at the Hotel Bissau Palace, Sam is your man when in Jaipur!! He is super friendly and speaks very good English, as well as other languages such as...

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  • 14. How to reach Jaipur?

    Jaipur Railway Station is a central main station of the state of Rajasthan. The vast rail track of Indian Railways connects Jaipur station with all other cities...

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  • 15. How to reach Jaipur?

    Jaipur Airport is located near Sanganer at a distance of 13 kms from the city of Jaipur. Many domestic airlines connect the city to all the major cities of...

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  • 16. Pushkar

    Pushkar offers its own kind of night life, hence if possible I would suggest you to stop there for a night. However coming and going from Jaipur is absolutely...

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  • 17. Train Station

    The train station (which is also pink to kinda match the pinkness of the old city) is some distance out from the old city so it's best to take an auto-rickshaw...

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  • 18. Bus from Delhi

    We took a bus from Delhi, a tourist bus, and so quite comfortable. The distance from Delhi is some 230 kilometers and it takes somewhat wround 2 and half hours...

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  • 19. Transport to forts Part 2

    We left the Old City and headed north and took the main road that goes to Delhi that goes past the Jal Mahal and turned off and made our way slowly up the steep...

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  • 20. Transport to forts Part 1

    I walked out of my hotel, the Evergreen Guest House, one morning, with the intention of visiting the three forts - Nahargarh, Jaigarh and Amber, that are...

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  • 21. Train to/from Udaipur

    We took an overnight train to Udaipur. Our driver drove with most of our luggage while we skipped the hotel for a night and shared a room with a British couple....

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  • 22. Jaipur - Istanbul with Air Arabia

    Air Arabia is a low cost company whose hub is in Sharjah, the United Arab Emirates, who targets towards some of the foreign workers in the Emirates (Indians,...

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  • 23. Puskhar – Jaipur

    3-4 hours, change in AjmerThe half hour ride between Puskhar and Ajmer is served by numerous buses all day, so it doesn’t worth taking a cab. Ajmer – Jaipur by...

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  • 24. Indian Railways

    Indian Railways are the best as we know. I took the train from Mumbai. Foreign tourists can also go on palace on wheels. Remember Palace on Wheels, Pay in...

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  • 25. By Air

    Jaipur has domestic flights connecting it to Delhi, Mumbai, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Aurangabad, Calcutta and Varanasi. Indian Airlines and Jet Airways fly to Jaipur....

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