The easiest way to get from Bundi to Jaipur is by car. But we did not take this into account when we bought the train tickets to and from there. The last train of the day to Jaipur left at twelve, arrived at four in the afternoon and left us at the station for about eight hours waiting for our night train to Jaisalmer. Therefore, we decided to miss the train and go to Jaipur by car in the middle of the afternoon and thus take the opportunity to rest a little more in Bundi.
So, that morning we basically dedicated it to look for a car that will take us to Jaipur station that same day. Our hotel was high in the city, on the tourist side. In that area we offer all kinds of services to tourists and ask prices. Theoretically, the closer we got to the town, the cheaper the transportation had to be, but what happened was that it was the opposite of what we thought. The closer we got to the town, the more the price increased.
Finally, after touring half Bundi, we decided to book the trip by car right next to the hotel, in a small Internet booth by 2,100 rupees (33€).
With the issue of transport resolved, we decided to go back down to the town to buy some provisions for the journey and visit the well. Bundi is known as the city of wellssince he is almost fifty baoris. No doubt the Raniji-Ki Baori (or the queen's well) stands out for its beauty and architecture, despite the fact that bats and pigeons have it almost completely covered with excrement. The well is in the center of the city and admission is free. Just go there and ask the security guard to open the door to visit you. It was built by Rani Nathavatji in 1699 and rites and ceremonies were celebrated there.
After shopping, we walked back through alleyways from the city, looking at hidden streets totally blue and the life that was done there. Bundi may not be one of the most beautiful or recommended places in Rajasthan, but it is certainly a quiet place to stop along the way and regain strength to continue the route.