Rajasthan, the Land of Kings is synonymous to heroism, royalty and honour. In its territory there are the most beautiful attractions of India.
Rajasthan always evokes in our minds the land of the Maharaja and the princely kingdoms located at the limits of the Thar desert, where the camels leave their footprints on the sand and where maneuvers and mummies still turn from village to village telling the stories of ancient splendor.
Rajasthan is a vibrant and exotic state where the royal tradition and glory meet in a triumph of color that stands out over the immense desert sand background. It presents an unusual diversity in its entirety: people, traditions, cultures, customs, music, customs, dialects, cuisine and geomorphology.
In its territory count the most beautiful attractions of India with its impenetrable forts, the magnificent havelis, as well as a richness of cut and traditions that have no equal.
Rajasthan is one of the most exotic destinations for tourists from all over the world, Rajasthan is India as everyone dreams. It represents a bit the realization of the collective imagery: Maharaja, elephants, camels, palaces, peacocks and its beautiful cities: The blue city, the pink city and the golden city are the nicknames of places like Jodhpur, Jaipur and Jaisalmer which are part of the classic itinerary for those who decide to make an unforgettable trip to Rajasthan.
Blue because the homes of Jodhpur are painted blue, a substance that serves to keep the insects away. Pink for the dominant color of the Jaipur palaces. Gold for the shade of Jaisalmer's buildings at sunset.
Tourist attractions in Rajasthan:
Bikaner in antiquity was the stopping point on the big trade routes traversed by camel caravans.
Don't miss the visit to Fort Junagarh, never conquered by foreign invaders.
Jaisalmer, the medieval city, was a must-have for those on the silk road and is still an outpost in the Thar desert.
Fortified fortress protected by jainist bastions and temples is rich in haveli, the ancient luxury residences that can be seen throughout the state.
The city is famous for thirst and precious stones.
The desert is a constant element in Rajasthan and from Jaisalmer you can spend a night in a tent field.
A Jodhpur, the largest center of Rajasthan after the Jaipur, is worth a visit to the sumptuous Fort Meherangarh, Fort Museum, Jaswant Thada Mausoleum and the famous Umaid Bhawan Palace Hotel.
From here you continue to Sardargarh where you visit the ancient fort, one of the most beautiful and extravagant of Rajasthan.
Another fascinating stop in Rajasthan is Udaipur, also known as the Venice of East for its special location overlooking several lakes.
Its romantic atmosphere with fairytale palaces, including the City Palace, a complex made up of four royal palaces has made it fall in love with millions of visitors from around the world.
At the center of one of the lakes stands the Lake Palace, former residence of the sovereign, now a luxury hotel.
Jaipur, the capital and the great city of Rajasthan, is a must-see destination with the beautiful Amber Fort overlooking the surrounding valley.
Not to be missed, the City Palace in the city center, the Palace of the Winds and the Astronomical Observatory outdoors.
A trip to Rajasthan is not complete if you do not taste tandoori cuisine, baked meat and fish cooked in the oven, and if you do not miss out on the markets and bazaar stores, packs of colorful fabrics with which women cook sari ', Spices , Incense, puppet, puppet. The most beautiful ones are Jaisalmer and Jodhpur.
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