The journey by train from Madurai to Jaipur is scheduled to take between 45 hours 10 minutes. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 2,681 km.
Train Times from Madurai to Jaipur
There is currently 1 train service from Madurai Junction Railway Station (MDU) to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
|09:05 + 2 days
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Location of Madurai Junction Railway Station
Madurai Junction Railway Station is 3.1 km by road from St Mary’s Cathedral.
Location of Jaipur Railway Station
Jaipur Junction Railway Station is located 5.8 km by road from the Albert Hall Museum.
About Travel to Jaipur
Jaipur is the capital city of India´s desert state, Rajasthan, which borders Pakistan to the West of Delhi. Rajasthan has its own distinctive culture, traditions and architecture and Jaipur has lots of great examples of all of these.
The city of Jaipur is relatively large with 3 million permanent residents. The city also has great facilities for visitors, including fantastic shopping opportunities in colourful markets full of local products. In addition to this Jaipur has 10 well known tourist attractions within or close to the city. At least full 2 days are required to visit all 10 of these attractions.
The places to visit in Jaipur can be divided into 4 groups: palaces, forts, museums and temples. The palaces and the forts are the most visited.
The main palaces to visit in Jaipur are the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace, the Jal Mahal, The Hawa Mahal in particular is an iconic building featuring 953 small windows in the facade of the building, which provided both ventilation for the palace and viewpoint from which the ladies of the court could observe the street below without being seen.
Jaipur has three main forts, all located outside the city centre. The most visited of this the impressive red standstone Amer Fort. The Amer Fort was built in the 10th Century, before Jaipur grew into a city in its own right. The Amer Fort contains 4 separate courtyard containing gardens, palaces and other buildings. The sight of the fort’s healthy green gardens in the dry of landscape of Rajasthan is impressive.