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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

If you are seriously deciding for actrip to jaipur u cannot let leave the nahargrah gort.It is not only known for its history,past and glory but also for the great scenery and youthfullness.I advice to go in the early morning the scenic beauty will make u mesmerised.

Thank janvhi2016
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited the Nahargarh fort with family. The approach road is ok but always crowded. There are very few lights inside the fort and no one to guide so visit in the daytime and use google for information. The guards are not helpful either. Keep your entry ticket till exit because random people keep checking your ticket for everything!

Thank shobhavasudevan
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The panaromic night view from the fort of Jaipur was just unbelievable.
Couple of restaurants in there
1st - Government Run - Decent but very crowded as it's cheap. But spendid night view just unparalleled
2nd - Once upon a time - Privately run, supphosticated. But no view from dining area.

Thank rahulprasadjims
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Jaipur has 3 forts next to each other. It has a wax museum if u want to visit with 500rs ticket per head. Have a good scenic view. Interesting history and you will find the kitchen room, bath room of old age for king family!

Thank SubasHota
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

For a stunning view of Jaipur during sunset and at night,visit nahargarh Fort......also make sure to visit nearby resto's and have snacks from Minar side view of Pink City

Thank 478dayanandp
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It was a calmer place to visit after the madness of the Amber Fort. The views from this fort are amazing and it is really worth getting a guide (despite my reluctance at other attractions) as there are few information boards.

Thank Deborah O
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nahargarh fort is small but nice. It has 7 chowks or pravesh, each are interconnected and to terrace as well. Different chowks has different stories to tell. The architecture of building is beautiful. Entire jaipur city can been seen from here. In entrance there is a step well for rain water harvesting

Thank Thejaswini G
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great place to visit if you are interested in military history, it’s main attraction was the “largest” cannon built, with an intricate way of getting fresh water to the troops. This place was the barracks for the Amber Fort.

Thank Indian_Jones_95
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I went there to watch a sunset and it is so nice. Beautiful scene with an observation point to see the whole city.

Thank this_is_me_jittima
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Honestly, give it a miss. If it wasn't the lack of any signs to guide you or the lack of informational signs describing what you were seeing it was the absolute lack of tourism skills by the staff. It seemed I was there to serve them! Ticket counter would not sell tickets before 10am on his clock which was actually 5 minutes slow. Then he took another 5 minutes to rule up a new page in his book before selling. By the time i made it to the toilets it was 10.20 and weren't open. Made it to another 10 minutes later AND THE THEY WANTED ME TO PAY - in other words R200 for entrance fee didn't include a complemantry pee stop! Save your $$ and dont come.

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