Jaipur 

Jaipur, the capital of the state of Rajasthan, is famous for its pink sandstone buildings. Walled in which seven doors open, as many as the blocks in which it is divided, the city has a harmonious plan and beautifully paved streets. To the color of the buildings are added those of the women’s clothes, the turbans of the men and the picturesque bazaars where the best Indian crafts are offered at unbelievable prices.

Bikaner 

Bikaner is the fourth largest city in Rajasthan. If you want to see the beauty in the desert, go by Bikaner. Bikaner was founded by Rao Bika Ji in 1488 AD, and represents the Rajput civilization, with its fabulous temples, havelis, castles and many other structures. Bikaner is also famous for the namkeens, the best known of which is the Bikaneri Bhujia. In addition to this, the main attractions of this place, which have attracted the attention of tourists are the Junagarg Fort, the Palace of Gajner, the Temple of Karni Mata, the Camel breeding, the Sagar Devi Kund and much more. Among all these references to the splendid Bikaner, the Gajner Palace it is certainly the main one. This is due to the fact that the palace covers about five thousand hectares in an architecture made of red sandstone. After visiting Gajner Mahal, the next Bikaner monument worth visiting is Junagarh Fort. Its architecture consists of an imposing wall that contains about thirty-five citadels that extend for about ten thousand meters.

Bikaner 

Mandawa 

Mandawa is a small town located in the heart of the Shekhawati region in the state of Rajasthan. The Fort of Mandawa is one of the most important tourist attractions of the place. This fortress, which rises up in the territory, offers a clear vision of the whole city. The arches of this beautiful fort are painted with impressive drawings depicting Lord Krishna and his shepherds. Each room in this building shows different decorations and themes. The walls of these rooms are decorated with beautiful large paintings and magnificent handmade mirrors. The fort has been transformed into a hotel, heritage of Rajasthan. It offers a great comfort and several other services for guests staying in it. You will also discover that the walls of this mansion are decorated with real portraits. Here you will find a large collection of antiques that will transport your mind to the great Rajput era.

Jaisalmer 

Jaisalmer, a magical desert, is one of the most precious jewels of India. Just naming Jaisalmer evokes in the head of all vibrant colors and sensations. Jaisalmer is known for its royal Haveli, which gives it the name of “golden city”, but especially for its Fort, a huge sand castle that stands like the mirage of an era now forgotten in the middle of the desolate Thar.

Jodhpur 

Jodhpur is called the “blue city”  “city of the sun”. If you arrive here, you will surely want to visit the fort which, in its five hundred years of history, has never been taken by an enemy army. Despite the name, it is not a military building, but a fortified citadel where, among other things, there are the Maharaja’s palace, some temples, and a garden, which in these parts is one of the most precious assets through Palace on Wheels luxury train.

Jodhpur 

Ranthambhore National Park 

The Ranthambhore National Park is the best place in Rajasthan to observe tigers in the wild. With an area of 1334 km of the wild jungle surrounded by steep cliffs, it is dominated in the middle by the extraordinary Ranthambhore Fort dating back to the 10th century. The surroundings of the fort are dotted with ancient temples and mosques, hunting pavilions, lakes inhabited by crocodiles and chhatri covered with vines. The park was a Maharaja hunting estate until 1970 – 15 years after becoming a nature reserve.

Pushkar 

Pushkar is an enchanted city, with colorful houses in the market district, and very white when they overlook the lake, the fulcrum of everything. The inhabitants tell that the lake was born of a tear of Brama, one of the most venerated Hindu deities. And here stands the only Hindu temple dedicated to him in the whole world. For Hindus who worship Brama, Pushkar is a sort of Mecca. A pilgrimage to do, at least once in life. Every year in November the Pushkar Camel Fair is staged, one of the most important events in Asia, where about 200,000 people converge in Pushkar and 50,000 camels, donkeys, horses, who are confronted with games, challenges, giving a unique, colorful and surreal atmosphere.