Ajmer is a primary city of Rajasthan which is visited by tourists from different parts of India and worldwide. Because of the religious significance, Ajmer tours are favored by tourists and devotees alike. The city is a home to the world-famous tomb of Moin-ud-din Chishti and hence remains as the center of attraction for many.

How to reach

how to reach

Approximately 135 kilometres from Ajmer city, the Sanganer Airport located in Jaipur is the nearest airport from Ajmer. The airport is well-connected to major metropolitan cities like Delhi, Mumbai. Once you reach at the airport, you can hire a cab to reach Ajmer. The journey from airport to the city will take around 2 to 3 hours. You can either pre-book a cab or hire from any of the taxi vendors outside the airport. The charges are negotiable and range between Rs. 1,500 and Rs. 2,000.

Located within the city, the Ajmer Junction railway station lies on the Mumbai - Ahmedabad - Jaipur - Delhi line. The station is well-connected with major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Allahabad, Lucknow and Kolkata. Some of the most popular trains that run daily on this route are Ajmer Shatabdi and Ajmer Rajdhani. Apart from these, other trains are Chetak Express, Ali Sdah Express, Aravalli Express and Bsb Express. Once you reach at the station- you can hire either a taxi or an auto-rickshaw to reach your hotel or anywhere else in the city.

Ajmer is excellently connected to all major cities by highways and well-maintained roads. While driving from New Delhi to Ajmer, take the NH-8 from Dhaula Kuan. Follow the highway through Gurgaon and continue via Manesar, Dharuhera, Behror and Shahpura to Jaipur. If you don’t wish to go through Jaipur city, there is also a bypass after Chandwaji, where you can follow road signs and take the flyover leading off towards Ajmer Road. It connects to the Jaipur-Ajmer Road that runs through Bagru and Kishangarh to reach Ajmer (391 kilometres, 8 hours).