If you want to capture an "idea of the wealth and grandeur of the Rajasthan Maharajas, the best place to visit is undoubtedly the City Palace of Jaipur, especially since it is the only palace in the city that is still a royal residence. Although half of the complex is a public museum that can be visited, the other half is still the Maharajah's family home which can also be visited, although it is mandatory to have a guide and pay an extra 30 euros. It's best to take a normal audience to visit the building's entrance, as it's a real beauty and has more than enough places to see. The bright colours of the facades with refined details of the doors come together to create an extravagant and fantastic building, like something of a storybook. The complex is divided into a series of monumental courtyards, the two most spectacular are the Diwan-i-Aam with endless graceful rose arches and Pritam Niwas Chowk patio, where the four most famous gates representing the stations of the year. As you pass from the terrace to the patio, you will also find beautiful boardrooms, peaceful gardens and monumental doors. Seriously, it's wonderful and not to be missed. 100% recommended.