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5 Most Instagrammable places in Jaipur

Every street every house in Jaipur is loaded with scenic beauty. People from around the world come here for various photoshoots. The city of Jaipur is full of colorful backdrops, intricate textures, and gorgeous detail! Here are some of our must-sees when in Jaipur for avid photographers and design lovers!


City Palace

The royal house, City Palace is owned by the Jaipur Royal family and is truly an architectural gem. The 4 gates- Peacock gate, Lotus gate, Rose gate, Lehariya gate, and the blue room Chandra Mahal, are sure to take your breath away.


Hawa Mahal

The palace of winds is the most iconic spot in the city & the one of most Instagrammable places in Jaipur! Constructed in 1799, the castle is made up of 953 windows known as “Jharokhas”, these windows were originally installed to keep the wind flowing through the palace so ladies could look out at the world below without being seen. This palace is photo-worthy from the outside and from within. The best views can be found opposite the palace from the cafés that serve good chai and food.


Patrika Gate

One of the most spectacular sights in Jaipur - the main draw of Jawahar Circle is the mesmerizing and recently constructed Patrika Gate. This series of colourful archways is fast becoming a favourite amongst photographers.


Bar Palladio

Bar Palladio is a place that delights in fantasy, a candle-lit wonderland, and a floating world. Bar Palladio sits beside the Narain Niwas Palace Hotel and spreads out into the daringly restored garden belvedere. This gorgeous bar is head-to-toe painted in blue and has some of the most breathtaking rooms.


Panna Meena ka Kund stepwell

The step-wells of Rajasthan are famous and can be found all over the state. This geographic wonder, Panna Meena ka Kund offers a mesmerizing pattern. In the past, it was used as a water source, a bathing spot, and a place for the community to gather. This place is seriously photo-worthy with gorgeous symmetrical stairways! But, despite what Instagram tells you, tourists aren’t actually allowed to step on it. The people that do this, have bribed the guard.

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