Udaipur Travel

Udaipur never fails to mesmerize you with its beauty and splendor. The place can easily be labeled as the most romantic places in India. With a perfect blend of culture, history and traditions, this magical city makes for a perfect weekend getaway. The brilliant architecture of the city makes it stand out. Often referred to as the “City of Lakes”, Udaipur spellbinds people with its irresistible charm. Famed for its splendid lakes, majestic palaces, royal havelis, beautiful gardens, art galleries and museums, Udaipur is an exotic destination.

Blessed with abundance of historic forts and palaces, Udaipur is bustling with attractions. One of the most popular attractions is the City Palace, which is one of the largest palaces in Rajasthan built on the banks of Lake Pichola. A beautiful blend of Medieval, European and Chinese style of architecture, the Palace offers stunning views of Lake Pichola.
A romantic boat ride at Lake Pichola is another must have experience. One of the most sought-after tourist attractions here is Lake Pichola, which overwhelms the senses with its gorgeous beauty. It is surrounded by palaces, temples, bathing ghats, gardens and hills.

Fateh Sagar Lake is another notable lake, famed for its small islands - Nehru Island, a popular picnic spot, and the other one housing popular Udaipur Solar Observatory. Surrounded by Aravalli Mountains, the lake offers scenic views. Other illustrious lakes in Udaipur are Udai Sagar Lake, Doodh Talai Lake and Jaisamand Lake.

Another major attraction here is the Lake Palace built in the 18th century. Located on Jag Niwas Island amidst the Lake Pichola, the Lake Palace is now a heritage hotel. The semi-precious stones gracing the palace’s black and white marble walls, the beauty of the palace enthralls the travelers. The courtyards of this heritage structure are embellished with gardens, fountains, pillared terraces and columns.

Another popular attraction here is the Jag Mandir, also known as the Lake Garden Palace. Situated on an island on the Lake Pichola, the palace once serves as a summer resort to the royal family. Housing marble statues and spacious courtyards, the spectacular views of the palace’s surroundings during the sunset is what attracts the tourists the most.
‘Courtyard of the Maidens’ also known as Saheliyon ki Bari, built by Rana Sangram Singh, is another popular attraction here. Full of lush greenery, the place houses a small museum, fountains, kiosks, a lotus pool, marble artifacts and pavilions.

Another major attraction here is the Bagore ki Haveli built by Amar Chand Badwa, the then Prime Minister of Mewar. Built in the 18th century, the Haveli houses more than 100 rooms featuring modern art, traditional costumes, a huge collection of Mewar paintings and glassworks.

Other major attractions in Udaipur are:

How to Reach Udaipur
By Air: At 22 km, the nearest airport is Dabok or Maharana Pratap Airport with regular flights to all major cities.
By Rail: Trains from Udaipur Railway Station connects the city to all metro cities of India.
By Road: Bus and taxi services are easily available from Delhi, Jaipur and other prominent cities.


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