The Pink City of Jaipur has many attractions to occupy even the most casual tourist. You need time to explore the Central museum, Albert Hall Museum and the Jantar Mantar. EasyToBook.com will locate hotels in Jaipur close to the major sights. You can then simply head from your hotel in Jaipur to the Hawa Mahal or the City Palace Complex. Many people start with the City Palace Complex. This collection of buildings includes the actual City Palace building with curving arches, pillared halls and shady courtyards. It is an amalgamation of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture and fine art. Amidst them stands the City Palace Museum. It houses unique miniature paintings as well as Persian and Mughal Carpets. There are examples of different textiles and a Royal collection of various means of transportation. These include cars, buggies and horse or elephant drawn vehicles. The Central museum, on the other hand, is in the Ramnivas Gardens. It consists of Indo-Persian architecture rendered in stone. There are miniatures in the various schools of Bundi, kota, Jaipur and Udaipur.When you have had enough of museums, go back to rest at your Jaipur hotel. In the afternoon or the next day, you can tackle the marvelous experience of the Jantar Mantar. This observatory from 1726 contains various fascinating devices. The building of local stone and marble houses instruments to determine, measure or predict, celestial orbits, eclipses, time and the stars. On top of the building is a stable platform. From here, a person observes and announces a coming eclipse or monsoon. If you plan to stay and see the Palace of the Wind (Hawa Mahal) or wish to explore the countryside, check into the availability of clean budget Jaipur hotels. You can then afford excursions to Naghrgah or Jaigarah Fort.