The city of Udaipur is known by “The City of Lakes”. This city of Rajasthan was the capital of the Sisodiya Rajputs of Mewar and is acclaimed for its royal Castles that represent the artfulness of Rajputana Style architecture. Udaipur was instituted in 1553 by the Sisodiya Rajput Ruler Maharana Udai Singh II. The Mewar Rajputs established the city to transfer their capital from Chittoor to a more secure area. Today, the majority of the castles have been changed over into Hotels, so it attracts a large number of tourist group to this city.
The city’s beautiful place is situated in the lower range of the Aravalli Mountains, the territory of Udaipur is an exclusive place. Aside from its different palaces, citadels, markets spots, and different shrines are additionally the cause behind its fame. The cities are perfectly planned and the peoples are friendly, the place isn’t popular for its royal places and landmarks, the city of Udaipur has very much to offer its tourists.
Attractions: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Eklingji Temple, Bagore ki Haveli, Monsoon Palace, Lake Palace, Jag Mandir Palace, Jagdish Temple, Fateh Prakash Palace, Fateh Sagar Lake, etc..
Best Time to visit: The best time to visit Jodhpur is from October to March.
Peak Season: December to January.
How to Reach:
- By Air: Udaipur has a domestic airport which is well connected with major cities of India.
- By Rail: The station is just 2 km away from the city centre and well connected with the major cities of Rajasthan and Country via board broad gauge railway line.
- By Road: As the major city of Rajasthan Udaipur is well connected to other cities by buses. State Transport buses are run regular basis from various cities of the state. Tourist also picks AC and Volvo buses, taxis or cabs as per their budgets.
Popular Restaurants: Myra by Ramada Udaipur Resort & Spa, Cafe Satori, Yummy Yoga, Lake Shore Restaurant, Grasswood cafe, White Terrace Restaurant, Aravali Lakeview by Radisson Blu Udaipur, Neelam Restaurant, Greco House Restaurant, Hari Garh Restaurant, Rathore Restaurant, Dining Room, etc… Read more