Udaipur or Venice of the East is surrounded by Aravali Range and most romantic place in India with 5 sophisticated lake system, City Palace, Pratap Gaurav Kendra and Haveli. The City of Lakes is also known as Kashmir of Rajasthan and a very popular tourist destination in the Royal state of Rajasthan.
City Palace of Udaipur is located on the bank of Lake Pichola, built in a flamboyant style. The City Palace is one of the most popular historic monument in Rajasthan along with its surroundings Neemach Mata temple, Jagdish Temple and Lake Palace.
Lake Palace on the island of Jag Niwas is a luxury hotel, managed by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces. The palace was also used as shooting place for several movies along with other palaces of Jag Mandir and Monsoon Palace.
Jag Mandir or Lake Garden Palace on Lake Pichola island is one of the most magnificent Wonders of the Rajasthan. Jagat Mandir palace was used as a summer resort by royal family and Maharanas of Mewar kingdom.
Monsoon Palace is a hilltop palace overlooking the Fateh Sagar Lake in the city of Udaipur. The Sajjan Garh Palace provides a beautiful view of the sunset and Aravalli Hills.
Lake Pichola of Udaipur city is the most famous artificial fresh water lake in India. The lake along with 4 other prominent lakes of Udaipur are the major tourist attractions of the city.
Jagdish Temple is the major tourist attraction of Udaipur, built by Maharana Jagat Singh. The temple decorated with beautiful and ornate carving on the wall.
Bagore Ki Haveli near the Lake Pichola has been converted into a museum. There are 138 rooms in Bagore Ki Haveli and a popular venue for cultural events and Indian music and dance performance.
Saheliyon Ki Bari is a popular garden and tourist place with a small museum. The Garden of the Maidens was built by Rana sangram Singh for her queen and maids.
Sahastra Bahu Temple at Nagda is situated 20 kilometers of Udaipur, near Eklingji temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and listed as heritage monument and hotspots of Tourism in Rajasthan.
Eklingji temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated on the bank of Indersagar Lake. The temple complex has 108 Hindu temples and famous pilgrimage attraction around Udaipur city.
Ahar contains more than 250 royal cenotaphs of the maharaja. Ahar Cenotaphs and archeological museum are famous tourist attraction of Udaipur.
Dhebar Lake or Jaisamand Lake is the second largest artificial lake in India,located in the Udaipur district. The lake is created by a marble dam across the Gomati river and surrounding Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary.
Fateh Sagar Lake is another artificial lake and one of the four lakes of the Udaipur city. Udaipur Solar Observatory and Nehru park are popular tourist attractions.
Pratap Gaurav Kendra is a new tourist attractions at Tiger Hill of Udaipur city and famous for Rajsingh Museum, Bhakti Dham, 57 feet high statue of Maharana Pratap in a sitting posture as well as 12-feet metal statue of Bharat Mata.
Ambrai Ghat near waterfront of Lake Pichola is a popular and picturesque place, situated near Gangaur Ghat. Gangaur Ghat and Ambrai Ghat are popular destination in Udaipur for cultural festivals.
Other most famous places to visit in Udaipur also include Pratap Park, Moti Magri, Karni mata temple and Dudh Talai lake.
Near by tourist attractions of Udaipur city are Nathdwara Krishna temple, renowned Jain temple at Ranakpur and two largest forts of Royal Rajasthan.
Shrinathji Temple in Nathdwara is located 48 kilometres from Udaipur city and an important pilgrimage centre by Vaishnavs. The town is famous for temple of Krishna and for Nathdwara Paintings.
Ranakpur Jain Temple is located between Jodhpur and Udaipur. The renowned Jain temple at Ranakpur is one of the most famous places to visit in Rajasthan.
Chittor Fort is largest forts in Rajasthan and a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the 5 Hill Forts of Rajasthan. Chittorgarh fort has total seven gates, Tower of Victory called Vijay Stambha, Kirti Stambha and Rana Kumbha Palace
Kumbhal Fort second most important fort in Mewar region of Rajasthan after Chittor Fort. The fortress of Kumbhalgarh is second largest fort of Royal Rajasthan and has second largest wall complex in the world, known as great wall of India.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary surrounds the Kumbhalgarh fortress and part of the Kathiawar-Gir dry deciduous forest. The sanctuary is considered for the reintroduction of the Asiatic lion as well as relocation of Cheetahs in India.