Udaipur is a famous city of Rajasthan state, standing on the banks of lake Pichola with white marble palaces all over the place. Udaipur is one of the most romantic cities of India taking you back to a few centuries with expansive forts and palaces, pristine lakes and ancient temples. Needless to say, the most sought after destinations for the honeymooners. Though it is the place worth visiting throughout the year, it offers its best charms during October to March. Udaipur city has a number of lakes which makes it Venice of the East. Unlike the harsh and warm climate of Rajasthan, the city has extremely pleasant and romantic climate, beautiful blue water in shimmering lakes, green forested hills which leave the person mesmerized by its beauty. A cruise in these lakes can send the tourists into outburst of ecstasy. The city is a shoppers’ paradise offering a vast variety of handcrafted items including dainty folk toys, brightly colored garments, hand-printed textiles, batiks, and tie & dye sarees and fabrics.

Tourists Attractions of Udaipur

Palaces in Udaipur- The world famous Lake Palace, the former residence of the royal family of Udaipur has now been converted into a marvelous and luxurious hotel and is perhaps the most lavish and expensive hotels of India. The beauty of the hotel has to be seen to be believed especially during night with all the lights and glitter.

Lakes of Udaipur

The most renowned lakes in Udaipur - Pichola, Fateh Sagar and Udai Sagar make the city a treat to be in. a quiet evening just sitting on the banks of these lakes and holding hands would kindle the fire of love and romance all your life. Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal: The museum is enriched with tribal and folk arts, a lavish variety of royal dresses, costumes and jewelry which would leave you spell bound with its grand opulence, unbelievably wonderful paintings of royal people. Jagdish Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu Sahelion-ki-bari- the garden consists of vast and expansive vegetation, lawns, fountains, aromatic flowers. The City Palace-Located on a hill provides a panoramic view of the entire city and its ambience is seen to be believed. The palace is endowed with a number of balconies, pavilions, terraces, pools, corridors and hanging gardens that add to its attraction. The city in short has the right mix of things to be seen by tourists and honeymooners, which would definitely bring them closer to each other.

Excursions from the Udaipur

Nathdwara the world famous temple (48 km) is devoted to Lord Krishna. The place attracts visitors from all over the world Haldighati- 40 km; it is famous for historical battle that took place in 1576 AD between of Maharana Pratap and Mughal Emperor Akbar. Kumbhal Fort is a 15th century fort situated on the Aravallis ranges is the second most important fort in Rajasthan after the Chittaurgarh Fort. Another attraction is the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary that treasures many wildlife species and vegetation. So visit to all these places is an added attraction to be in the city of Udaipur.

How to Reach Udaipur

By Air - Airport is around 21km from the city. It is well connected with domestic flights to all the major cities of India- Delhi, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Aurangabad and Mumbai.

By Rail - Trains from Mumbai via Ahmedabad connect to the city. Trains from Delhi to Chittorgarh connect Udaipur. The luxurious train Palace on Wheels also include Udaipur in its itinerary and if you can afford it than don not think twice to be in it. The royal treatment received would make you feel like a Maharaja.

By Road - Deluxe and semi deluxe buses are operated between Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur etc. to Udaipur. The highways are well maintained and it takes around 8 hr. from Jaipur. Taxis can also be hired from Jaipur and Ahmedabad for Udaipur City. Local taxis are also available to take you in and around the city.

Special Attractions of Udaipur

The entire experience of being in the city of Maharajas is a life time experience for all. Even honeymooners from abroad come to this beautiful city to spend time together Udaipur comes alive during Mewar Festival, which is celebrated in April to welcome the advent of spring. Women dress up in their best clothes and carry the images of Isar and Gangaur in a ceremonial procession. The festival culminates with an impressive firework display. So what are you waiting for? Plan your trip and you will have a life time to remember.