In this article you will know about some best places to visit in udaipur.
The Lakecity Udaipur must be renowned for its aesthetic lakes, but it also braces the ancient royal quotient in its serenity that adds glint in its diadem. There are variant places to visit in Udaipur that travelers can admire and explore, we’ve listed the lakes as well as other tourist places in Udaipur below.
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- 1 15 Best Places to Visit in Udaipur
- 1.1 The City Palace
- 1.2 Pichola Lake
- 1.3 Fateh Sagar Lake
- 1.4 Nehru Garden
- 1.5 Sajjangarh: The Monsoon Palace
- 1.6 Shilpgram
- 1.7 Rajiv Gandhi Park
- 1.8 Sajjangarh Biological Park
- 1.9 Moti Magri
- 1.10 Saheliyon Ki Bari
- 1.11 Gulab Bagh and Zoo
- 1.12 Karni Mata Temple
- 1.13 Jagdish Temple
- 1.14 Ambrai Ghat
- 1.15 Vintage and Classic Car Museum
15 Best Places to Visit in Udaipur
Constructed by the Mewar dynasty, over 400 years ago, this palace is situated on ridge of a hill that provides wide view of the surroundings. In the list of ‘Udaipur places to visit’ this location primes as it offers a touch of both Mughal and Rajasthani architecture.
Lake Pichola is a fresh-water lake that comprises of 4 islands:
- Arsi Vilas, A Maharana built this island to relish the luxury sunset view; it was initially a small palace but later was converted into a bird sanctuary.
- Jag Niwas, the Island where the alluring Lake Palace reign.
- Mohan Mandir, the celebration of the Gangaur festival is adored by the king from this particular island.
- Jag Mandir, the extravagant palace Jag Mandir is established here.
It is a pear-shaped lake surrounded by the Aravali hills; it is the best place to enjoy your evening coffee and the most beloved teenage hangout place. We suggest you to try the delicious bread pakodas on your visit to the maleficent lake.
The fanatics of flora shall enjoy this park built on an island amidst Fateh Sagar Lake; that offers multiple lawns, fountains, seating areas, food court and indeed-tranquility. A ferry ride is especially available for folks, who wish to reach the garden.
It was built in 1884 by Maharana Sajjan Singh of Mewar dynasty to enjoy the monsoon clouds and sunsets. This palace resides of a hilltop (3100 ft above sea level); it is open for the visitors until sunset.
This is one of the most cherished tourist places in Udaipur, as it wheels around the lifestyles of the tribal and folk region depicted through a museum. Various artists and craftsmen exhibit their authentic work in Shilpdarshan which is persistent campaign.
It was built in the memory of the youngest Prime Minister of India – Late Rajiv Gandhi. Places to see in Udaipur, consists of this memorial garden offering preserved gardens with fountains and statues portraying the fauna and giving a message to conserve biodiversity.
The Biological Park is located below the Sajjangarh palace; from all over the world various animals and birds are brought here. This park comes under the Forest Department and comprises of 60 animals which are of 21 species that includes panthers,tigers, ostriches, lions, rhesus monkeys, alligators etc.
The Pearl Hill was constructed in the memory of Maharana Pratap – A Rajput Idol. This place is established on another hill of Aravali, it comprises of a bronze statue of Maharana Pratap; you can also have eyeshot of the sunset through telescopes installed there.
Saheliyon ki bari (courtyard of maidens) was designed and built by King Rana Sanghram Singh, who gifted this precinct to his wife to enjoy her leisure time with her 48 maidens. In Udaipur places to visit for travelers bears this astounding area of elephant fountains, lotus pools and marble pavilions.
Gulab Bagh (Rose Garden) is extended across 400 acres, famous for its abundance of innumerable species of roses. It incorporates of a library, temples, mosques, government offices, tube wells, a pond, playgrounds, kid’s train, a zoological park, food courts and various statues.
This Hindu shrine is located on a hill near Doodh Talai Lake; you can reach the temple by climbing up path or through rope-way. One can adore the exquisite view of the entire city from the pollution free area, as no vehicles are allowed to enter the boundary of the hill.
This Hindu shrine was constructed in 1651, Lord Jagannath is worshiped in this temple by countless worshipers, daily prayers and aartis are practiced in the premises. It is situated near the City Palace; you can also enjoy some handicraft shopping on the way to the temple.
You must visit this place if you’re a peace lover. The nirvana one gains, resting on the Ghat at the sunset or sunrise time, is immeasurable. For nature photographers the view of the twinkling lake is must to be captured in their rolls.
The list ‘Places to visit in Udaipur’ must include this vintage museum as it showcases 20 antique cars that include 2 Cadillacs, one MG-TC convertible, 4 Rolls-Royce’s, one Vauxhall-12, one Ford-A Convertible, and various other automobiles like solar powered rikshaws.
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So, if you plan to visit Udaipur, don’t forget to tick all the names mentioned above!