How to reach Rajasthan - India   Encyclopedia of Tours and Travel to Rajasthan, featuring information on Fairs & Festivals, Wildlife, Excursion, Adventure and Weather of Rajasthan.
   
Rajasthan


Introduction
Excursion
Wildlife
Fairs & Festival
Adventures & Sports
Traditional Crafts
Shopping
Getting There
Hotels & Accomodation
Weather
Site Map

 
Map of Rajasthan
 
Main Cities

Ajmer
Alwar
Banswara
Baran
Barmer
Bharatpur
Bhilwara
Bikaner
Bundi
Chittaurgarh
Churu
Dausa
Dhaulpur
Dungarpur
Jaipur
Jaisalmer
Jhalawar
Jhunjhunun
Jodhpur
Kota
Nagaur
Pali
Sawai Madhopur
Sikar
Udaipur

Getting There

By Air
Jaipur is well connected to Delhi, Mumbai and Calcutta by air. Flights to Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Aurangabad in Gujarat are also operational on a weekly basis. To get to the city, which is almost 15 kms one has to take an auto rickshaw or a taxi.

By Rail
Most of the railway lines into Jaipur have been converted to broad gauge, which is not the case for most other cities in the state. A special luxury train, the Palace on Wheels starts from Delhi on a round trip of Rajasthan.

By Road
From the main bus station on Station Road, buses are available to every nook and corner of the state. Express and Deluxe buses are also run by the Rajasthan State Transport Corporation. A cluster of private run bus operators is near the Polo Victory Cinema. The pre-paid auto rickshaw service is the most assured way of getting around the city. Cycle rickshaws are available. Bicycles are also available on hire.



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How to reach Rajasthan - India

 
Main Cities
Ajmer | Alwar | Banswara | Baran | Barmer | Bharatpur | Bhilwara | Bikaner | Bundi | Chittaurgarh | Churu | Dausa | Dhaulpur | Dungarpur | Jaipur | Jaisalmer | Jhalawar | Jhunjhunun | Jodhpur | Kota | Nagaur | Pali | Sawai Madhopur | Sikar | Udaipur
 
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