Start the 5th-day of your Delhi Agra Jaipur tour with an appetizing breakfast, after which you will depart for Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri. The abandoned Mughal city has plenty of places to explore like Jodha Bai Palace, Salim Chisti's Tomb, Jama Masjid, Panch Mahal, etc. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the capital of the Mughal Empire for only a decade before the royal abode shifted to Agra and then to Delhi. Jodha Bai Palace reflects a blended architectural style of the Hindu and the Mughal. Another architectural marvel you can explore in Fatehpur Sikri is Panch Mahal, a five-storied structure open on all sides and built from red sandstone. After exploring the ancient Mughal city start again for Jaipur.
Upon arrival in the 'Pink City', check-in at one of our enlisted hotels. After taking some rest, explore the major tourist attractions of the city. The Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Central Museum and Birla Mandir are some places you can visit. Spend some time away from the chaos of Jaipur city in the serene environment of Jal Mahal. Once a shooting lodge for the Rajput kings, Jal Mahal creates an amazing view when reflected on the azure water of Sagal Lake. Next, visit Jaigarh Fort which is also known as Victory Fort and resembles the design of Amber Fort. The fort built by King Jai Singh II is situated on 'Cheel ka Teela' or 'Hill of Eagles', a highland on the Aravalli Range. Your next stop is the Central Museum. Known as the pride of Jaipur, the museum is housed in Albert Hall that exhibits statues paintings, musical instruments, and an Egyptian mummy. Admire the blend of English and North Indian architecture of the building designed by Sir Swinton Jacob.
Thereafter, spend some time amidst the spiritual aura of Birla Mandir, a beautiful shrine dedicated to Lord Narayan and his consort, Goddess Lakshmi. The evening is kept free for your leisure. Spend time browsing the markets or relaxing at the hotel.
Return for an overnight stay at the hotel.