It is easy to reach Ajmer, a prominent spiritual tourist attraction in the state of Rajasthan. Ajmer Ajmer serves as the base for most of the long-distance journeys to the tomb of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, who was a renowned Sufi Saint of the thirteenth century
Ajmer is accessible by Air, Rail and Road.

How to Reach Ajmer by Air: 

The nearest airport is Jaipur, which is 135 kms away.

How to Reach Ajmer by Rail:

Ajmer is located on the main Delhi-Jaipur-Ahmedabad-Mumbai line. All of the trains on this route stop at Ajmer. 

How to Reach Ajmer by road:

Ajmer can be easily reached by road from both Jaipur and Delhi. It is a nine-hour road-trip from Delhi to Ajmer. 

Travel in Ajmer:

There are city bus services, unmetered taxis, auto-rickshaws, tonga's and cycle-rickshaws are available for site scene in ajmer.

 

Distance from major cities
Ajmer - New Delhi 392 Kms
Ajmer - Mumbai 1071 Kms
Ajmer - Jaipur 131 Kms
Ajmer - Udaipur 274 Kms
Ajmer - Jodhpur 205 Kms
Ajmer - Jaisalmer 490 Kms

Places to see

Ana Sagar Lake :: The beautiful artificial lake was created in 12th century by damming the River Luni.

Akbar's Palace :: The palace was built in 1570 by Akbar, now it is converted into a museum & houses a collection of miniature paintings, weapons & stone sculptures.
 
Foy Sagar Lake :: The biggest lake plays a important part in the water supply of Ajmer.

Daulat Bagh :: Lush green garden containg a series of Marble pavilions erected in 1637 by Shah Jahan. It the best place in Ajmer to witness the sunset.

Mayo Collage :: The famous collage for the Maharajas & rich peoples.

Nasiyan Temple ::  This beautiful red Jain temple is really worth to visit, this double storey hall contains an amazing golden tableau depicting the Jain concept of the ancient world.

Taragarh Fort :: The massive huge has a historical importance, It was the meeting point of the King Prithviraj  Chauhan &  It has six gates & a dargah. The fort has a wonderful view of the city.