Famous cities and monuments of Rajasthan


Delhi is the capital of modern India.
City of contrasts, with an ultra modern metro and old-time bazaars, with numerous green spaces but also pollution, with wide, straight roads and little narrows streets of Old Delhi...
Delhi cannot be described - it's up to you to discover it.

Red Fort

Qutub Minar

Humayun's Tomb



Jaisalmer is located close to the Thar desert.
The ocher-colored walls of the Fort give it the nickname of the "Golden City".
Its moderate size, narrow streets and beautifull havelis make Jaisalmer a very charming town.

The Fort

Temple Jaïn

Nathmalji Ki Haveli

Patwon Ki Haveli

Salim Singh Ki Haveli

Khuri, close to Jaisalmer

Close to Jaisalmer



Udaipur has a white softness that contrasts with the harshness of the fortified cities of Rajasthan.
Its lake, its hills, its luminous atmosphere give it a special charm.

City Palace

Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum

Pichola Lake



Jaipur and Amber

With its crenellated ramparts, its omnipresent pink, oriental architecture, Jaipur is one of the most attractive cities in India.
Amber Fort is well worth a visit, and not only for the elephant ride!

Wind Palace

Jaigarh Fort

Amber Fort

City Palace

Jantar Mantar



The Taj Mahal. - masterpiece of Mughal architecture  - is "just" one of the Seven Wonders of the modern world.
Although everyone is familiar with it from photos or documentaries, seeing it "for real" is an unforgettable experience, a magical moment.

Taj Mahal

Red fort



With its temples and holy lake bordered by ghats, the small town of Pushkar offers an in-depth experience in the heart of Hinduism.
Visitors will also appreciate the pedestrian town center  and numerous cheap shops.






Dominated by the Merangarh Fort, within the walls of the Old City is a setting worthy of A Thousand and One Nights.
Losing oneself in the maze of narrow streets lined with blue houses is a real pleasure...

Merangarh Fort

Jaswant Thada

Umaid Bhawan Palace



Junagarh Fort is not the only attraction of this dusty town.
The "Pearl of the Desert" is imbued with an almost medieval atmosphere, where cows pass camels without finding it at all strange..

Junagarh Fort

Lal Garh Palace



The Shekhawati region and the  town of Mandawa are famous for their Havelis, whose colours are hallmarks of Rajasthan

Goenka Double Haveli

Murmuria Haveli



The city of Varanasi (Benares) is famous for its ghats, river banks covered with stone steps that allow devout Hindus to go down to the river to perform ablutions and pujas.
Bathing in the Ganges is supposed to wash away all sins.
Dedicated to Shiva, the city is very popular with sadhus (hermits) and pilgrims from all over the country. It is the sacred city of Hinduism.

Les ghats

Ablutions into the Gange sacred river

Stairs to the Gange River



Khajuraho was the capital of the Candella dynasty, which reigned in Central India from the 10th to the early 14th century.
About 30 Jain and Hindu temples remain on this site, with many sculptures (erotic subjects).


Erotic sculpture