Straßennetz Landkarte von Jaipur


Straßenkarte Jaipur
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Jaipur, auch bekannt als Pink City, ist die Hauptstadt von Rajasthan. Es ist gut mit anderen Teilen der Welt durch riesiges Netz von Luftverkehrlinien, Eisenbahnen und Straßen verbunden.

NH 8 (Autobahn) verknüpft Delhi mit Ahmedabad und NH 11 (Autobahn) verknüpft Bikaner mit Agra und sie fahren durch Jaipur. Wegen der natürlichen Schönheit und große Geschichte hat Jaipur eine blühende Touristikindustrie.

Viele alte und vernachlässigte Paläste und Forts sind in Erbehotels (Heritage hotels) umgewandelt.

Die Paläste von Jaipur sind Lieblingsreiseziele sowohl für indische als auch für ausländische Reisende. Der Service-Sektor von Jaipur prahlt mit der Touristik-, Grundbesitz-, Versicherung-, und Hotelindustrie.

Last Updated on : October 17, 2017



     


     

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