Trains from Hyderabad to Jaipur

The journey by train from Hyderabad to Jaipur is scheduled to take from 29 to 38 hours depending upon which train service you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,676 km.

Train Times from Hyderabad to Jaipur

There are 5 direct train services from Hyderabad to Jaipur, departing from two different train stations in Hyderabad, but all arriving into the same train station in Jaipur.

  • Train times from Secunderabad Junction Railway Station (SC) in Hyderabad to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
TrainHyderabad (SC)Jaipur (JP)Operating Days
1702015:4505:25 + 1 daySa
1272020:5505:25 + 1 dayM,W
0711521:0005:25 + 1 dayF
  • Train times from Kacheguda Railway Station (KCG) in Hyderabad to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
TrainHyderabad (KCG)Jaipur (JP)Operating Days
1297501:5006:45 + 1 dayF,Su
1971421:1506:45 + 1 dayM

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Location of Secunderabad Junction Railway Station

Secunderabad Junction Railway Station is located 11.2 km by road from the Charminar Mosque.

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Location of Kacheguda Railway Station

Kacheguda Railway Station is located 5.4 km by road from the Charminar Mosque.

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Location of Jaipur Railway Station

Jaipur Junction Railway Station is located 5.8 km by road from the Albert Hall Museum.

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About Travel to Jaipur

With over 3 millions inhabitants, Jaipur is the largest city in the arid state of Rajasthan, which is located to the West Of Delhi stretching all the way to the border with Pakistan. Jaipur is also the most tourist destination in Rajasthan and part of the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Indian tourism alongside Delhi and Agra.

Attractions in Jaipur

Jaipur has 10 well known tourist attractions and visitors need at least 2 days to see them all, along with further time to visit the city’s colourful markets most notably Bapu and Johari Bazaars. The architecture of Jaipur is distinctive in design and in the use of pink and red sandstone which is soft enough to be easily carved to create elaborate decorative features.

Palace of the winds in Jaipur
Palace of the Winds in Jaipur
Forts in Jaipur

Amongst the most popular of Jaipur 10 major tourist attractions are it’s three main forts: Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh Fort. These forts are located outside of the city centre. The oldest and most visited of these forts in the Amer Fort. The Amer Fort was established in the 10th Century and was the main residence of the local rulers until the early 18th Century when the capital was moved into the city of Jaipur, 11 km away by road from the Amer Fort. The Amer Fort has a very large with a footprint of about 4 square kilometres all of which is surrounded by defensive walls. The inside of the fort is split into 4 main courtayrds, each with palace buildings and impressive enclosed gardens.

Palaces in Jaipur

During the 18th and 19th Centuries, Jaipur expanded rapidly and a number of royal palaces were constructed in the city itself, most notably City Palace, the Hawa Mahal and the Jal Mahal. The Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of the Winds, is generally considered to be Jaipur’s most iconic building. The Hawa Mahal was built in 1799 and its most distinctive feature is the front facade of the building facing the street. The facade contains 953 small windows ornately carved from rock. These windows served a dual purpose. They allowed air to circulate around the inside of the building keeping it cool, and the windows were also vantage points for the ladies of the royal court to observe the street below without being seen.

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