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Udaipur - White City / City of Lakes / Venice of the East

Udaipur The very name conjures the rippling images of lakes creating mesmerizing waves sounds in the arid deserts of Rajasthan. The city with its tropical temperature is a home to a number of lakes and hence profoundly invites the image of an oasis to be assisted with its charms. All the lakes, forts, havelis and palaces in Udaipur have a story to tell, a story of splendor, a story of traditional excellence borne live in the sands and lake waters of Udaipur. Known for its lively lakes, the city is rightly referred to as ‘City of Lakes’.

Renowned for its marvelous forts and palaces, Udaipur has always remained one of the most preferred tourist destinations of the travelers not only from India. Taste the excellence of intricate craftsmanship and walk through the ethnic streets of Udaipur to see the hidden beauty scattered all over the golden land of sand dunes. The simplicity of this land is beyond comparison murmurs peace in your ears as you hear the rippling sounds of the lakes in Udaipur reflecting magnificence of the palaces on their banks.

History of Udaipur
Initially the capital of Mewar, the Rajput Kingdom, Udaipur was founded by Rana Udai Singh. It is also believed that Maharana Udai Singh was blessed by a hermit to build a palace in the foothills of the Aravalli Range and that it will be protected forever. 

The Lakes in Udaipur
The most enticing charm of Udaipur lies in its lakes, the rippling waters. The most famous lakes of Udaipur are Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, Jaisamand Lake (second largest lake in Asia), and Rajsamand Lake.

Forts and Palaces in Udaipur
Cocooned amidst the splendor of Udaipur, the amazing land of lakes and sands, the mesmerizing palaces and forts in Udaipur reflect a sight that would make you travel back in royal times of Udaipur, Rajasthan. The warmth of cordiality and hospitality instantly invites you into the corridors of these living examples of royal glory. Once you are in Udaipur, do not forget to catch a glimpse of the following forts and palaces:  City Palace, Udaipur Fateh Prakash Palace The Lake Palace.

fateh-prakash-palace Udaipur Excursions
Wildlife in Udaipur city is also a facet of the city that attracts a number of tourists, especially the adventure freaks. The city has a lot to offer its adventure craving tourists in the form of wilder destinations like Kumbhalgarh Fort, Chittourgarh Fort, Haldighati, Ranakpur, Sajjangarh, and Ghanerao. Explore and experience a close brush against wild nature. Tourism in Udaipur has undoubtedly winged to great heights owing to the plenty of options the land offers you with. 

Hotel in Udaipur

The city of adventure also offers luxury in the lap of all comforts in its heritage hotels, luxury hotels or three star resorts. Active nightlife, delectable cuisine and comfortably decked hotel rooms and restaurant in Udaipur, you will get all that you want. Book a luxury hotel in Udaipur and take a break from the tacky working schedules. 

Udaipur Travel Guide
Udaipur tourism has progressed in the recent years owing to sophisticated wildlife safaris adding to its wide kitty of attractions. There is more to Udaipur than its magnificent heritage, huge forts, havelis and ethnic culture. To discover and explore the best of Udaipur, book your tickets now and get ready to experience a journey into the mysterious sand dunes of Udaipur. 

You can come by air, rail or bus from any corner of India and the world. Distanced 24 km from the city centre, the Debock Airport connects you via direct flights from Jodhpur, Jaipur, Aurangbad, Mumbai and Delhi. 

Udaipur travel also boasts of direct links with the major cities of the country; the most important train connection being 9643 Express (Delhi-Sarai-Rohilla-Jaipur-Ajmer-Chittaurgarh-Udaipur). A vast network of bus service links Udaipur with several destinations like Agra (630 km), Ahmedabad (262 km), Jaipur (406 km), Jodhpur (275 km) and Mount Abu (185 km). 

While you visit the attractions of Udaipur and explore its beauty, you can travel in Udaipur by unmetered taxis, auto-rickshaws, tongas, city bus, regular city bus service is available for dabok airport, badi Lake, Bedala and shaeliyon ki Bari. 

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