The Pink City- Jaipur in the state of Rajasthan is just about 268 km away from New Delhi, making it one of the most visited places by Delhites. So, whether you want to relax in a resort, eat the authentic Dal Bati Churma, or soak in the Rajasthani culture at the famous Chokhi Dhani, planning a trip to the city is easy and convenient.

 One of the best places to visit near Delhi, getting to the city is convenient too.

How to reach from Delhi to Jaipur? 

You can plan your tour easily if you know how to reach Jaipur from Delhi through various means of transportation. So, let’s find out.


Many airlines offer direct flights between Delhi and Jaipur. The non-stop Delhi to Jaipur flight time is approximately 50 to 75 minutes. It is the best option for those who want to save time. Moreover, the Jaipur International Airport is just about 15-20 minutes away from the city, making it easy for travellers to travel around.


While over 20 trains run on the Delhi-Jaipur train route, the

  • ADI SJ Rajdhani Express is the fastest, although more expensive than other trains. It covers the Delhi to Jaipur distance in just four hours.
  • Ajmer Shatabdi takes about 4 hours 30 minutes
  • Rajasthan Sampark Kranti, takes 4 hours 25 minutes. 

Note that most trains to Jaipur start from Sarai Rohilla Railway Station in Delhi near Delhi Cantonment. However, you can find options from New Delhi Railway Stations as well. 

The Jaipur Junction Station is situated right in the middle of the city, and you shouldn’t face any trouble getting around from there.


Driving from Delhi to Jaipur can be your best option if you are a road trip enthusiast. The shortest route is via NH 48, which should take almost five hours to complete if you can drive at a stretch. You can consider beginning your journey in the early morning so that you can cover most of the distance while there is less traffic on the road. 

The road condition is quite good, but you'll have to pay toll at multiple places. En route, many eateries and restaurants serve some great north Indian food.

Apart from driving in your own car, you can also take a bus ride to Jaipur. While RSRTC offers many luxurious options, you can also book through private players. Do note that most buses in Delhi start from Kashmiri Gate ISBT (Inter State Bus Terminal) and end at Jaipur Bus Stand. 

Lastly, taking a cab is also an option, with many players offering attractive deals on Delhi to Jaipur taxi service.

Places to Visit in Jaipur 

While there are more than a dozen places to visit in Jaipur, you can begin your Jaipur exploration by ticking off the following important places.

·         Jantar Mantar

·         City Palace

·         Amber Fort

·         Jaigarh Fort

·         Hawa Mahal

·         Jal Mahal

·         Choki Dhani

Choki Dhani gives you a taste of Rajasthani culture, heritage and warm hospitality. There are small huts all around this artificial village where local artists show their talent to the visitors. From a magic show to the Rajasthani puppet show, you can see it all here. The best part is that most of these activities are free once you have paid the entry fee. You also get to eat the lavish Rajasthani Thali and enjoy the warmth of authentic Rajasthani culture.

Where to Stay in Jaipur? 

Club Mahindra Jaipur is one of the best resorts in Jaipur to experience Rajasthani hospitality. The magnificent resort can be an ideal choice to explore Jaipur and its surrounding places while relaxing with your family. 

A road journey from Delhi to Jaipur can be a trip to remember for your life. Just ensure to provide a proper overhauling of your vehicle before you begin your trip. Once you complete the first trip successfully, you’ll surely be inclined to plan similar trips frequently.

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