Jaipur, India travel tips

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Arriving by plane? The Jaipur International Airport is only 10 km from the city center.

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Take the train wherever you need to go somewhere. It is safe and comfortable.

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Renting a car is a good idea to discover the city. Be prepared for traffic jams.

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English is understood and spoken in most tourist areas.

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India is all about cricket. See a march in the local stadium.

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Did you ever imagine yourself as a maharaja? Stay in the Fort Madhogarh, traditional Rajasthani rooms with luxury.

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Want to stay in green surroundings in peace? Enjoy the Hotel Classic Holidays.

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Stay in a cheap and clean place, called the Zostel, while in Jaipur.

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You may return a smile in India, but don't show affection in public.

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Around the month of March experience India's most colorful festival, the Holi.

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Don't miss the Jal Mahal palace, floating in the middle of a lake.

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The Amer Fort is an extraordinary building with a great panorama.

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Interested in the way maharajas lived? Don't miss the Hawa Mahal, known as the palace of the winds.

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Like most cities in Rajasthan, Jaipur's dominant religion is Hinduism.

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Dance to the best world music and local hits at Extreme Discotheque.

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Grab a beer or two at the Bar Code pub and have some fun time with the locals.

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Kalyan Restaurant and Rooftop Bar gives you an excellent panorama of the city as well as serving fine Indian food.

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Niros serves Asian and Indian food. Discover the tastes of the continent here.

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Chokhi Dhani serves traditional Rajasthani food. Try the best thali here.

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Look for tourist info points in the city center.

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