The crown jewel town of the State of Rajasthan is Udaipur, known as the Lakes Region. It is surrounded in all directions by the stunning Aravalli Hills, making the city as stunning as it is. This Venice of the East has plenty of natural beauty, hypocritical temples, and amazing architecture, making it a must-see destination in India. Udaipur has natural offerings with a grandeur multiplied by human effort, in a valley surrounded by four lakes, to make it the most pleasant and inescapable tourist destination. It justifies all the names that it has always given to its charm from Jewel of Mewar to East Venice And while the whole architecture of the city is flattering, the hotel in Lake Palace provides the city with a visual description.
HOW TO REACH
By Air: Udaipur has its internal airport, 22 km from the city center. Flights from many Indian destinations including Mumbai, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Delhi, Hyderabad, and many else are landed and departed at Maharana Pratap Airport. You can enter India via Delhi or Mumbai airports if you visit an international location.
While Jaipur (Rajasthan) is the nearest international airport, the international flight traffic in Delhi and Mumbai is better than Jaipur. A few international destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, Muscat, and Bangkok are linked by international airport Jaipur.
By Rail: In the city, there is a central train station. The railway station in Udaipur links almost all Rajasthan cities and major cities across the country. From Jaipur, Delhi and Mumbai there are regular trains. You can choose luxury trains if you wish to scale Udaipur.
By Bus: The bus stand in Udaipur is located within the town. In Rajasthan and numerous leading cities throughout the country, there are frequent buses from many cities. All-day long buses drive up and down. Private and public buses of various comfort levels can be found. Depend on the season, the frequency and request for buses keep changing.
By Taxi: Cabs from the surrounding area and major cities can be found in Udaipur. Costs and availability differ according to season. The Udaipur road network is linked by 6 and 4 lane highways to make it easier to turn.
Udaipur City Palace
The palace offers tourists its elegant interior, which consists of detailed mirrors, original paintings, murals, antique furnishings, and marbles. The palace complex consists of numerous magnificent villages and palaces, among which Amar Vilas, Bhim Vilas, Krishna Vilas, Manak Mahal, and Moti Mahal. It is even worth waiting for the Mewar Light and Sound Demonstration in the evening!
Timings: 09:30 am to 05:30 pm (All Days)
Entry Fee: Rs. 30 for Adults and Rs. 15 for Children
With its charm and beautiful atmosphere, the famous Lake Palace will arrest you on the 4 km-long, man-made Pichola Lake. The palace is now owned by the Taj Company and provides a magnificent view of the Aravalli Mountains. This is one of the most picturesque areas in the whole world and historic walks will ie for you!
Timings: 09:00 am to 06:00 pm (All Days)
Entry Fee: None
Rs. 400 per head for Adults
Rs. 200 per head forChildren
This palace complex of the 17th century is also located on Lake Pichola, another romantic destination in Udaipur. Jagmandire will also attract you with his magnificence and tranquility, known as Lake Garden Palace.
Timings: 10:00 am to 06:00 pm (All Days)
Entry Fee: None
The temples at Udaipur are situated next to Badi Pol City Palace entrance, and a few steps must be taken. Lord Vishnu’s black stone deity would astound you and thus the Garuda brass image faces you.
Timings: 05:00 am – 02:30 pm and 04:00 pm to 10:00 pm (Everyday)
Entry Fee: None
Saheliyon Ki Bari
At the beginning of the 18th century, Maharana Sangram Singh designed
Saheliyon Ki Bari or the Garden of the Maids. This amazing creation was for the maids, who went to her husband’s heart with the Princess of Udaipur (part of the Maharana dowry). This place had pretty people dancing, singing, and making happy, and watched over the richnesses of this period with beautiful marble elephants, fountains, lotus pools, and kiosks.
Timings: 9:00 am – 07:00 pm (Everyday)
Entry Fee: Rs. 5 per person