Udaipur, one of the most romantic and beautiful city of Rajasthan is popularly known as the ‘City of Lakes’ having everything to win anyone heart at the first visit itself. If you are very much inclined towards nature and love of Rajputana then it will be worth for you to visit Udaipur Rajasthan. The city was established by the Maharana Udai Singh II IN 1568.
Udaipur tourism allures you towards its several highlights like Lake Palace, Pichola Lake, City Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Monsoon Palace, Devigarh Fort Palace, Jag Mandir Palace, Eklingji Temple, Jagdish Temple, Crystal Gallery, Bagore-ki-haveli Dharohar, Durbar Hall, Fateh Sagar, Jag Mandir Island, Shilpgram, Udai Sagar, Kumbhalgarh Fort and more.
Various attractions of Venice of the east Udaipur are detailed below one by one:
The City Palace
The City Palace is such a Royal structure of Udaipur tourism which not only dominating the land but also incline millions of tourists every year worldwide. The place is famous for museums, corridors, apartments etc. The architectural style of this building is a combination of European, Rajput and Chinese architecture. It’s also a mixture of breathtaking carvings, royal paintings and eye-catching decoration not leaves anyone without losing their heart.
The Lake Palace
The Lake Palace is located on the edge of Jag Niwas Island now transformed into a legacy hotel. This palace is made up of white marvel which superb reflection can be seen on the lake give it an idealistic royal style.
Fateh Sagar Lake
This huge and magnificent lake of Udaipur was named with the name of Maharaja Fateh Singh who built it during his reign. You can enjoy boating at this lake with scenic surroundings.
Lake Pichola was built by Maharana Udai Singh now become the pride and joy of Udaipur. The lake is enlarged 4 km in length and 3km in width. Boating in this lake truly make your day.
Jagdish Temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath and located in the City Palace complex. It is one of the biggest temple in the city built in Indo-Aryan style of architecture. Its carvings and sculptures are great source of attraction among the tourists.
Reaching Udaipur is not a matter to give stress to your mind as there are all three means of Transport services are available including air, train and by road.
Air – Dabok Airport is the closest vicinity and it is only 24 km away from the Udaipur city. Passengers are provided daily services by various airlines to reach here from New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Jodhpur etc.
Train – Udaipur, Rajasthan is also linked through Jaipur, Chittrogarh, Delhi, Ajmer and other states of India.
Road – Udaipur as well is connected to major cities of India like Delhi, Kota, Mumbai, Mount Abu, Indore, Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Jaipur and Chittrogarh by road.
Udaipur, the city of Rajasthan has three main seasons; summer, winter and monsoon dominate the city. Being located in the desert lands, the climate of this city is usually hot. The temperature of this place during summer season runs from mid march to June with 38°C of temperature. Annual rainfall is around 637mm. Humidity reach up to 90% during Monsoon month. Winter season runs from October to March with the temperature of 11.6°C in the nights.
As far as accommodation facility of this magical city Udaipur is concerned, you will find it the best place to stay. All price ranges of hotels, lodges, and resorts etc are available here. If you wish to experience the royal heritage of Udaipur then Trident Udaipur, Lake Pichola, Lake Palace Hotel, Fateh Prakash Palace and Shiv Niwas Palace etc are perfect choice.
Rajasthan tourism development corporation as well provide you lodge facilities in the Hotel Kajri Shastri Circle Udaipur and Hotel Anand Bhawan which is situated at Fateh Sagar Road Udaipur, India.
Udaipur is the perfect place to enjoy shopping. Here you can go for Rajasthan’s folk toys, silver trinkets, Bandini fabrics, stone jewelery, puppets, paintings and several other handicrafts which win your heart at the first glance itself.
So, get ready to relish the beauty of Udaipur in your own way.