But keep in mind, before visiting, that Jaipur experiences a hot and dry climate in summers, and in winters while the days start with occasional dense fog and a cold breeze, nights remain fairly cold with temperatures hovering around 3-7. Nahargarh Fort. Have a look of the map of city of Jaipur. Jantar Mantar. Further up north from Nahargarh Fort is the iconic Jal Mahal. This beautiful five-storeyed building, designed to replicate the crown of Lord Krishna, looks like a honeycomb having about 1,000 small windows. Download the full size map. Hawa Mahal - Wind Palace. Beautifully crafted in marble and local stone, it is one of the largest buildings in the country that is dedicated to the exploration of celestial bodies. Ramgarh Lake, 32 km north east of Jaipur is a good picnic spot with its huge artificial lake. The pink and red sandstone on the exterior gives it a magnificent look in the morning. The map of Jaipur will help you know about the different places in and around the city in a better way which will make easy to explore the city. Jaipur Map: The Attractions. It consists of around 14 fixed and focused devices that measure time, predict eclipses, track stars, and locate earth orbits around the sun. Samod, 40 km north-west of Jaipur has an old place, which is a perfect example of the Rajput Haveli architecture. Albert Hall. 2. Jaipur, the capital and the largest city of Rajasthan, popularly known as the Pink City was founded by the Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the king of Amber, on 18th November 1727. This map was created by a user. The city that has historical monuments at every other corner is a must-visit. Its construction was started by Jai Singh following a perfect blend of Indian and European styles of architecture. Popularly known as Amber Fort, this beautiful fort built by Maharaja Man Singh depicts the artistic Hindu architecture through its cobbled pathways and large entrances. It has a huge array of buildings, courtyards, temples and gardens. In the map, you will get the required information about important roads, essential landmarks, railways station, airport, bus stands, banks, restaurants, markets, hospitals, police station, etc. Travel along the same road for a few more kilometers and you will lay your eyes on the majestic Amber Fort. Jaipur is the state capital of Rajasthan and one of the major stops in India's popular Golden Triangle route for tourists besides Delhi and Agra. Jal Mahal - Lake Palace. See on map. 6. ATTRACTIONS. Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and City Palace are three of the most important monuments (and all three built in the 18th century within a span of 70 years) in Jaipur that are located at a stone's throw distance from each other. Maps of Jaipur city are easily available at book stores, newspaper stalls, tourist offices, and with travel agents. Jaipur, the largest city of Rajasthan is an epitome of magnificence and vibrancy.