The desert state of Rajasthan is one of the most picturesque areas of the route of the majority of Britons on a tour in India. The city, literally, brings the beauty he inherited from former Rajput rulers. The status of the desert makes it a paradise for lovers of history and culture, with its palaces, forts, lakes, sanctuaries and venerated also a hill station.
The cities of Rajasthan are full of interesting sights and attractions that reflect the rich heritage of the State and the extraordinary size. Here are some of the most evocative of the Rajasthan which attract the British to book flights from London to India.
“Often called the” Venice of the East “and regularly referred to as the” city of lakes “, Udaipur is full of beautiful gardens, temples, fortresses, and the famous Pichola Lake, Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar and Swaroop Sagar. Be Historic capital in recent days Mewar, Udaipur is full of colorful and generous pieces of history not far from the tourist attractions and fabulous Ranakpur Jain Temples, Mount Abu, Chittorgarh Fort, and Fort Kumbhalgarah. Udaipur is well known for his puppet shows too.
Jaipur, popularly known as the ‘Pink City’, is perhaps the main attraction of the tour of the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Going on a safari elephant and protection of historic structures that many Jaipur Rajasthan some unforgettable holidays. Some points of interest in any way you can lose is Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall, the Central Government Museum, Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh, Jal Mahal, Fort Jaigarh, Nahargarh Fort and Amber Fort.
Ajmer is also supporting some very interesting to fame. It is believed that anyone, regardless of faith, offering prayers at the Dargah here with a pure heart, never disappoints. Ajmer is also famous for the sacred lake of Pushkar and numerous temples. Explore all these delights is the best adventures during the cold winter months.
Mount Abu is Rajasthan’s only hill station and an altitude of approximately 1,220 meters above sea level, this pristine place not to become a bitter cold winter for a visit. sunsets, boat cruises on Lake Nakki, trekking land of beauty and magnificent Hindu and Jain temples, Mount Abu make it one of the most famous places in Rajasthan.
The best time to visit
Rajasthan is the most visited during the winter months from November to February. However, the hill station of Mt. Abu well you can try during the summer. Rajasthan during the winters, sunny weather perfect test for activities such as desert safaris by camel, visit the dozens of tourist magnets, and the kitchen fire test in the state. During the summer, temperatures can climb to nearly 50 ° C and become extremely uncomfortable. However, summer is also when there are more possibilities to compensate for discounts on air tickets to India, as well as cheap hotel deals.