Udaipur is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, India also known as “City of Lakes”. Those who love colourful handicrafts, romantic evenings, lakes, palaces, and historical grandeur, Udaipur is a paradise for them. But, unfortunately, some historic palaces, such as Lake Palace and Fateh Prakash Palace, are not open to the public as they have been transformed into “5-star luxury hotels”.
Known for its Rajputana architecture and stunning sunsets, the city is one of the most romantic places on the subcontinent and also the “wedding” of the elite class. So as I also get the opportunity to attend the wedding at Udaipur. I catch a flight Delhi to Udaipur after waiting 1 hour in rest room while playing 3 patti real money paytm cash. If you are traveling to this beautiful city, you can book accommodation in heritage hotels and feel royal. Below you will find all the best attractions in Udaipur for a day as I visited.
I started the my tour with City Palace. The palace, which took 400 years to build, is an architectural achievement of granite marble, Rajputana, Mughal and European style, full of balconies, domes, courtyards, murals and murals, silver works and mirror works.
The highlights of the palace are the Badi Mahal Grand Palace, Amar Vilas, Suraj Gokhda, Dilkhush Mahal, Mor Chowk and Sheesh Mahal. Part of the palace is transformed into a museum. You can take an audio tour to better understand the history of the palace and you must spend at least two hours to complete the tour as I had done.
After visiting City palace i moved to Monsoon Palace which is also known as Sajjangarh Palace. This gigantic palace offers the most amazing sunset in Udaipur. It is a hilltop residence overlooking Fateh Sagar Lake. The white marble palace was built to track the monsoon clouds, with tall towers and a voluminous central courtyard, as well as intricate floral patterns.
Jag Mandir Palace
This huge 3-storey marble palace is a treat for the eye. You can get here by boat like on the small island of the lake.
Stunning sites include the Gul Mahal, the garden courtyard and the stone palace. Visit for a pleasant boat trip, you will definitely love it.
Bagore Ki Haveli
This huge old palace has 138 rooms, several courtyards and balconies with intricate glass and mirror works, as well as costumes, Mewar paintings and modern art. Interesting objects are artefacts from Rajputana culture, such as jewellery boxes, hand fans, hukk, etc.
Local artists give a folk dance performance in the evening, which should not be missed. So it was Kabaddi season so I can forget visit Kabaddi Betting Site to place bet while enjoying Rajasthani food at restaurant near this historical palace.
Lake Pichola was built in the 14th century. This stunning artificial freshwater lake is home to many islands and is home to many palaces and residences. Jag Mandir is a famous church on the shores of the lake.
In the evenings, the lights reflect the water of the surrounding buildings, making it the most romantic place you’ve ever seen. A cruise on the lake at sunset is essential for an experience outside the world and great photography.