Discover a variety of things to do in Jaipur

Maximize your experience in India when you book a room or suite at the Radisson Blu Jaipur, conveniently located just two kilometers from Jaipur International Airport (JAI) and within walking distance of the bustling World Trade Park retail and business complex. There are plenty of things to see and do in Jaipur, from diving into local history at Albert Hall Museum to photographing the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills at Nahargarh Fort. Your visit would be incomplete without a stop at Elefantastic, an elephant sanctuary where you can interact with these massive yet mellow beasts.

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Albert Hall Museum

4.98 mi / 8.02 km from the hotel
Discover the heritage of the region at the oldest museum in Rajasthan. This center is dedicated to preserving and developing traditional Indian arts, crafts, and architectural forms.

Amber Fort

10.54 mi / 16.96 km from the hotel
Explore this impressive edifice that overlooks Maota Lake. Located on the same hill as Jaigarh Fort, Amber Fort offers tours of the spectacular gardens and sandstone temples found throughout this 16th-century sandstone structure.
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Bagru Village Tour

5.1 mi / 8.2 km from the hotel
Contact Studio Bagru for a group tour of Bagru Village, one of India's top centers for artisan textiles. Watch as members of the Chhipa clan use hand-carved wood blocks to create incredible fabric prints.
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Elefantastic

11.23 mi / 18.07 km from the hotel
Spend the day at one of Jaipur's best elephant sanctuaries, dedicated to the ethical treatment of Asian elephants and their caretakers. Feed, water, and wash the elephants as you learn more about these gentle giants.

World Trade Park

1.07 mi / 1.73 km from the hotel
An international business center, this complex offers world-class office space in an exceptionally designed modern building. Get your retail fix with their fantastic variety of shops.

Jaigarh Fort

10.34 mi / 16.65 km from the hotel
Built in the 1700s and never captured, this fortress lives up to its name as the "fort of victory" and is one of the country's best-preserved 18th-century military structures. Visit it to see the world's largest cannon on wheels and fascinating architectural details.