How to spend 24 hours in Jaipur

Planning a day trip in Jaipur has always been the best thing to do. Do you have 24 hours to visit Jaipur? If yes, here are the things that you can do in a day. Just go through the article to enjoy the virtual tour.

8 AM to 12 AM

Ajmer Fort

Ajmer fort is an amazing place to visit in Jaipur. If you are interested to see some traditional place in Jaipur, then this is the best place. It was built by Meena kings who were later modified by Raja Man Singh. The fort was contributed to Goddess Amba. Ajmer fort is open from 8 am to 4 pm for tourists.

If you are planning for a family trip, then don’t forget to visit the Ajmer fort. The highlight of this fort is it's a light and sound show for their visitors. So, you can start your journey fresh from the Ajmer fort.


Jaigarh is yet another fort which is named after Sawai Jai Singh. This fort had built to secure the living quarters of local Amer fort. Once you have visited Ajmer fort, you can move to Jaigarh fort where you have a lot of things to do. The museum has some rifles and armory which was never used. However, those are available for visitors to see. You have to choose a perfect guide who can explain everything around the fort nicely.

Nahargarh Fort

Have you ever been in Nahargarh fort? If no, it is the best time to visit this ideal place. Having constructed in the 18th century, this fort still has become a beautiful place to visit. Every year, a large number of visitors gathered together for a special occasion. It takes almost an hour to spend quality time in this fort.

Jai Mahal

Jai Mahal is quite an interesting place to visit in Jaipur. It was built by Swami Pratap Singh and later edited by Sawai Jai Singh. It is in the center of Man Sagar Lake. This amazing palace is being renovated and transformed into a beautiful boutique hotel. It is the best place to visit in the evening.

2 Pm to 5 Pm within the Pink City

Jaipur City Palace

Jaipur City Palace You must be wondered how easy it is to travel throughout the city of Jaipur. You can easily reach the Jaipur palace which is the heart of the city. The look and feel of this palace is great. This is not surprising that the Jaipur city palace attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors all over the globe. This city palace is home to a range of exclusive museums that showcase armory, jewelry, gathering walls, buggies, and other handicraft museums.

Jantar Mantar

Located next to the city palace, Jantar Mantar is built by Sawai Jai sigh during the 17th century. It is a kind of space observatory which helps us to determine the exact time, date and movements of planets. It is an artificial observatory which portrays the knowledge of scientists lived in early days. If you are interested in astronomy, you can have a look at this observatory. It takes almost an hour to visit the entire observatory. Your kids would love this place a lot. Once you visit this place, you can move to some spiritual modes.

5 PM to 6 PM

Govindji Temple

We have almost reached the sunset; it is the best time to visit any sacred pilgrimages. If you are interested in spiritual things, you can go to Govindji Temple to get blessed. There are many local temples around there. So, you can spend an hour to visit surrounding small temples. There you will be able to see so many spiritual collections of kinds of stuff such as wooden chariots, ancient statues, sculptures, etc. If you are planning for a family tour, then Govindji temple would to be the best place to visit in Jaipur.

6 Pm Onwards


No one says no for shopping in Jaipur. The pink city is blessed with various local shops, street Bazaar and some of the best shopping markets in the industry. The shopping bazaars in Jaipur provide exclusive range of cool Rajasthan is stuff. Whether it is handmade jewelry, small boutiques, printed textiles, you can visit Armer road and Mi road to get the best deal. Jem stones, handmade jewelry, printed carpets, blue pottery are some of the highlights of the top bazaars in Jaipur.

Tea Time

Laxmi Mishthan Bandar is a top-notch restaurant that provides delicious paneer Ghevar, popular Rajasthani delicacy made from oil, flour and sugar syrup. This local shop is overcrowded during special festivals and occasions such as Teej and Rakshabanda. It provides high-quality services to all its visitors. You can enjoy some of its hassle-free services include safe deposit, security, travel desk, air conditioning, elevators, customer service and lots more.

Kripal Kumbh

Jaipur is not just limited to handmade jewelry; you can also get amazing blue pottery. Unlike other basic pots, blue pottery is made of high-quality materials that can withstand external temperatures. Rajasthan is uses Persian blue dye which makes the pottery more attractive and noticeable.

The shop has exclusive collections of ashtrays, vases, coasters, bowels and another sort of jewelry boxes. You can spend some quality time shopping in local areas. Visit nearby places to eat delicious foods such as Rawat Mishtan Bandar, masala tea, etc.

Ethnic Taste

If you are interested in eating nonveg foods, then Jaipur is the ideal place to visit. Jaipur is blessed with various local street foods which are delicious and mouthwatering. The highlights of Jaipur cuisine are fiery lamb, Handi, Niros, etc. If you are passing through the MI road, then don't forget to taste these delicious foods.

Apart from these foods, you can also get Mawa kachori, Piyaz kachori, and Rabri. It would be great if your journey in Jaipur ends at local street foods. Before heading out for a vacation, choose the perfect travel guide to enjoy a special day in Jaipur.