Travel to Jaipur
aipur is well connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Ahemdabad, Kolkata, Udaipur and Jodhpur via a network of domestic airlines in India. For flights to Mumbai you can board Jet Airways or Indian Airlines. Go Air is the latest entrant to fly the Jaipur – Mumbai sector. Jaipur to Delhi sector is also serviced well with daily flights.
Jaipur is well connected with the country through the extensive network of Indian railways. With number of trains connected with Delhi and Mumbai, and with train connections to even far East or South of India, you will be easily able to plan your train journey for any part of India.
Jaipur is very well connected by bus with North India and with some other major Indian cities. Rajasthan State Transport Corporation (RSTC) runs the state service buses at regular intervals. The office for Rajasthan Tourism for Reservations is at Hotel Swagatham Complex, near Railway station in Jaipur.
Getting Around The City :
Autorickshaws and Rickshaws are definitely an option for local travel. However to see all the places of interest as mentioned in our guide, one is very well served by hiring a car. It’s cheap, safe and allows you to do a lot more than any other mode of transportation. Use ‘Autos’ (common name for Auto- Rickshaws) and Rickshaws only for joyrides or very small distances.