Jaipur the fortified pink city was home to the Rajputs. Till date it retains the regality in its air and the palatial buildings and forts remind of its royal past. The city is fast developing and the old and the new together makes it an intriguing city. Jaipur is one of the top most tourist destinations in India and, being close to Delhi, receives a huge number of tourists from outside the country as well.The beautiful city palace, that houses a museum and open areas for tourists, is still home to the royal family. Jantar Mantar is right beside the palace, and so is the Hawa Mahal, that red building on the main road, an iconic landmark of the city. Further on, lies the Jal Mahal, Nahargarh Fort and the awe inspiring Amber Fort - all marvellous pieces of architecture. The carvings, the architecture, the sculptures take us back in time. A craft-shopper's paradise it is known for its block printing, stone carving, jewellery, miniature paintings, blue pottery, leatherwear, and more. The Johari Bazaar and several other local markets should be your haunt if looking for local goods. Razaai, kundan jewelry, bandhej sarees are the most popular local products sold here. In the city of the kings, stay regal when you book a Treebo, because at Treebo Hotels in Jaipur guests are always treated royally!