Trains from Pune to Jaipur

India Train Times

The journey by train from Pune to Jaipur is scheduled to take from 21 to 22 hours depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,292 km.

Train Times from Pune to Jaipur


There are currently 3 direct train services from Pune to Jaipur.

  • Train times from Pune Junction Railway Station (PUNE) to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
TrainPune (PUNE)Jaipur (JP)Operating Days
8265307:5505:25F
0962816:4014:40Th
1293917:3014:40W,Su

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Location of Pune Junction Railway Station


Pune Junction Railway Station is 2.6 km by road from the Shaniwar Wada.

Google Map of Pune Junction Railway Station

Location of Jaipur Railway Station


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

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About Travel to Jaipur


Jaipur is a large city, with over 3,00,000 inhabitants, and a major tourist destination. Jaipur is a city of forts and palaces at the outer edge of a large desert with its own distinct culture and cuisine. There are lots of things to see and do in Jaipur including soaking up the atmosphere of Bapu and Johari Bazaars which are famous for their street performers.

Palaces in Jaipur

Jaipur has three main palaces:

  • City Palace is a royal residence built in the 18th Century and open to visitors.
  • The Hawa Mahal, probably the most famous building in Jaipur, is also open to visitors although the best views of the 953 intricate windows are from the street in front.
  • The third main palace in Jaipur, the Jal Mahal, is located in a lake and can only be viewed from the outside. A boat trip on the lake is the best way to see the Jal Mahal.
Elephant in front of the Amer Fort in Jaipur
Elephant in front of the Amer Fort in Jaipur
Forts in Jaipur

There are three major forts in strategic positions around Jaipur constructed to defend the city during a turbulent time in Indian history when different regional rulers fought for control of the area. The largest of these three forts, and the one closest to Jaipur, is the Amer Fort.

The Amer Fort was established in the 10th Century and covers an area of approximately 4 square kilometres on a hill top. The inside of the fort is divided into four courtyards, each with gardens and palaces. The Amer Fort is a first class historical attraction and most leisure visitors to Jaipur will make the trip to see it.

Museums in Jaipur

Jaipur has two notable museums. The first of these, the Albert Hall Museum, is a museum in the traditional sense with galleries full of artefacts. What makes the Albert Hall Museum so special is partly that it has a very good collection of Indian and international artefacts to display. The museum is also housed within a colonial era building completed in 1887 and designed with the distinctive Indo-Saracenic architectural style which was widely used across the British Empire.

Jaipur’s other major museum, the Jantar Mantar, is not a museum in the traditional sense but rather a well preserved observatory from the early 18th Century. The Jantar Mantar has 19 very large astronomical instruments, including the world’s largest sundial.

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