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Rajasthan is one such state in India that boasts of the royal treasures of the Rajput both in terms of treasures as well as in terms of beautiful tourist spots.

The state boasts of imperial grandeur and magnificent edifices that spells magic and mystery in a perfect blend. Here is a list of some cities in Rajasthan that are worth visiting at least once in a life time:

Udaipur- a striking city of Lakes


Udaipur is the erstwhile capital of Mewar, a district of Rajasthan. It also has several nick names like Venice of the East, the City of Lakes, and the most romantic city of India etc.

In fact Udaipur is one of the most beautiful cities in Rajasthan. It is surrounded by lakes and the Aravalli Mountains. It is a fascinating place to visit with ample tourist attractions like temples and shrines, lakes and forts, palaces and museums etc.

Udaipur Palace

One of the most interesting views of Udaipur is three interconnected lakes that are Lake Pichhola, Fateh Sagar and Swaroop Sagar Lake. Some other interesting places to visit in Udaipur include the Durbar Hall, City Palace, the solar observatory etc.

Jaipur- the capital pink city of Rajasthan


Jaipur is one of the most flamboyant cities of Rajasthan. The city is extremely colorful and vibrant in looks, feel and character. It is an extremely planned city with lots of tourist attractions that also bear a rich historical past.

Some of the most interesting tourist attractions in the city include the Hawa Mahal and the Amber Fort. The honeycomb windows of the Hawa Mahal are unique and provide a heavenly look.

Jaipur is also an important part of the Golden Triangle tour of the northern parts of India, the other two cities being Delhi and Agra. So do check our pur holiday package tour for Jaipur at this link.

Jaisalmer- the exotic desert city


The literal meaning of the Jaisalmer city translates to the Hill Fort of Jaisal. It is also known popularly among the local people as the Sonar Quilla. The name comes from the mesmerizing look of the golden yellow sand that looks absolutely breathtaking especially during the sun set.

Jaisalmer is blessed with the fascinating sand dunes of the Great Indian Desert, Thar. There are also several magnificent havelis, fascinating forts and bewitching palaces and other stunning temples, shrines and buildings that are all worth exploring.

sam sand dunes

The city is blessed with rich heritage, culture and traditions that are typical of Rajasthan. When you are here, you must visit the Sam sand dunes and take a camel safari ride through the desert to take a closer view of the typical desert life of Rajasthan.

If you want to explore the Thar Desert a little more, you can also spend a night on the desert, on the borders of the Sam sand dunes, at one of the numerous desert camps that are located on the borders. All the desert camps offer excellent amenities and world class facilities and hence staying next to the desert gets a whole new meaning for you as a tourist.

So do visit all these amazing destinations

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