Travel Tips

Jaipur is home to a surprising amount of attractions and a wealth of activities that rival that of any major city. Visitors to Jaipur can choose between an authentic visit full of local markets and temple hopping and a luxurious break in a five-star hotel complete with spa treatments. These options blend together to make this diverse city a great choice for people searching for all types of holidays.

Currency Exchange

The currency in Jaipur is the Indian rupee (INR) and one rupee is divided into 100 paise. All of the primary worldwide currencies can be changed at banks as well as bureaux de change that can be found in all of the major tourist areas throughout the city. The airport is home to a 24-hour money change office as it is impossible to obtain rupees before your arrival in India. There are a few ATMs but it is advisable to avoid them. They are a relatively new addition to the city and many foreigners suffer from theft and lost cards when using them. Traveler's checks and credit cards are the preferred way to pay and when possible it is best to carry money in small denominations as change can be hard to come by in the markets and the other tourist hotspots.

Distance Chart

  • 43 KMs from
  •   Jaipur Airport;
  • 35 KMs from
  • Jaipur Railway Station;
  • 36 KMs from
  • Jaipur Bus Stand;
  • 33 KMs from
  • Mirza Ismail Road;
  • 31 KMs from
  • Hawa Mahal;
  • 31 KMs from
  • Jantar Mantar;
  • 230 KMs from
  • New Delhi by Road;
  • 263 KMs from
  • Agra;


Jaipur's weather is what one would expect from a city located in a desert, with extreme climates endured throughout the year. Three main seasons visit Jaipur: the summer, the winter and the monsoon seasons. The summer runs from March to June and is extremely hot and dry with temperatures regularly hitting 45oC and the monsoon season follows until September, bringing with it dust storms and showers. Winter is then welcomed in November and although the days are pleasant and sunny, the temperatures dramatically drop during the night to as low as -5oC . December through to February is arguably the best time to visit as the weather is at its least extreme and it is common for fog to shroud the city as night falls in the winter months, providing an eerie yet captivating sight.


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