We all know that Jaipur is indeed one of the best places to relax and with the Jaipur Literature Fest along, it just adds a cherry to the cake!
Here’s a guide to what should be done if you are heading over to Jaipur during those JLF days –
Jaipur is not a very vast city, so each place can be reached in under 30 minutes. The best way to commute in Jaipur is by using Uber, or if its a nearby destination that you have to reach you may choose to walk as well, with the help of Google maps. It is cheap, fast and saves you from haggling with rickshaws. Always make sure that you have Google Maps in your hand as it will be a guide to the lesser known city.
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Head over to Falahaar or Lakshmi Misthan Bhandar for breakfast.
Wake up early in the morning to have some of the world’s best kachori with the freshly made Aloo ki Subzi. It is always a good experience at LMB and it is something that lasts a lifetime, so do visit this almost 300-year-old sweet shop. It is even located nearby the Diggi Palace, where the JLF is taking place so don’t forget to visit here.
From 1:30pm till 5:15pm which is the lunch break at JLF, you will have enough time to visit the grand Amber Fort via Nahargarh Fort.
Nahargarh Fort even has a cafe on its terrace; have a couple of drinks here as you enjoy the panoramic view of Jaipur city and then move forward for a quick visit of the Amber Fort.
Peacock Rooftop Restaurant
Peacock Rooftop Restaurant, not only offers a terrific view from the terrace, but is also tactfully lit up with beautiful scented candles that makes tourists are amazed about the place. Definitely try the Laal Maas here and sit and relax here with the squad.
Tapri Cafe and Central Park
A cup of Chai and then chilling at the Central Park is a must while travelling for the JLF or to Jaipur. Head to the Central Park and witness the gracious local life of Jaipur. You can even meander around C Scheme.
Have the time of your life in Jaipur Literature Fest!