We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews narrow lane intricate carvings life style beautiful architecture jaisalmer fort stone work must visit place worth a visit mind blowing entry fee on display yellow sandstone golden city trader merchants lifestyle art
The first impression was bad.
Got into one of Havelis, and a souvenir shop staff uncomfortably forced me to stop at his shop.
I came to see the Havelis, not for shopping!
As 3 Havelis are here, you can see many features of the historical...More
This group of havelis are gorgeous to look at from the outside but aren't really worth paying good money to go inside. The one we visited consisted of rooms recreated as they'd have been a century or so ago and weren't anything special. The main...More
Just be aware that we got trapped into visiting private part pf Patwa havelli by paying Rs 100 ( which has exhibits like furniture, clothing, coins, locks etc) but there is one part which is managed by ASI and you can enter by paying Rs...More
One must take one guide before entering. Ticket price is 100 and guide charge Rs 100 only.
This Haveli is divided into three parts. One part has been taken by govt and another part has been taken by one businessman. Other parts are using by...More
After visiting City palace in Jaipur, Umaid Bhavan in Jodhpur and City palace in Udaipur we felt like nothing to see in this small conjusted Haveli. If the ticket cost is rs10 then you may consider to visit, but definitely can be skipped. Fort view...More
You can check it out while wandering around. Just visit the palace and that's enough. You get an idea of the history attached to it, after the fort and the palace, it does not need to be entered, a view from outside is enough just...More
Worth watching from outside. you can roam around in the square, grab pictures and relish the artistry and finesse of the carvings done on the facade. Simply mind blowing hand work in those days.
There are small time shops selling local artifacts in that square....More