Udaipur was founded by Rana Uday Singh who was a great warrior. The city is known as the ‘City of Lakes’, the ‘Kashmir of Rajasthan’, ‘Venice of the East’ and ‘City of Dawn’. The city of Udaipur attracts visitors from all over the world due to its beautiful lakes, palaces, temples and green gardens.
City Palace: The City Palace is the main attraction point of the city. It’s located on the bank of the Lake Pichola. Now, one portion of the City Palace is used for residential purpose while its rest portion is used as museum. The tourist can visit the ‘Mor-Chowk’ and ‘Chini Chitrashala’ to view the most remarkable personas of City Palace along with some amazing and eye-catching paintings of Lord Krishna.
Tourists can also view some other beautiful places inside the boundary of the City Palace like; Dilkhush Mahal, Moti-Mahal, Sheesh Mahal and Krishna Vilas. Apart from these attractions, the palace also has a wide range of wonderful assortment of traditional items, decorative furniture, pictures and apparatus.
Lake Pichola: Lake Pichola is also one of the attractions of Udaipur. There is also a beautiful garden “Saheliyo ki Badi” in the city that is located in Lake Fatehsagar. Some other visiting places include ‘Gulab Bagh’ (Sajjan Nivas Bagh), ‘Pratap Monument’ and ‘Jagdish Temple’.
Jag Mandir: Jag Mandir is another place to visit. It’s mainly an island palace, which is located in the Lake Pichola.
Fateh Prakash Palace: Fateh Prakash Palace was originated by Maharana Fateh Singh. It gives a perfect glimpse of style with beauty! You can view the beautiful paintings in the palace.
Haldighati: Haldighati is one of the historical places and it’s only 40 km far from Udaipur. It’s the place where Maharana Pratap had a stern battle with Mughal Emperor Akbar.
How To Reach Udaipur: Udaipur is well connected to major cities including Delhi, Jaipur, Jaisalmer etc. The Tourists can reach here by rail, air and road.