Popular as the City of Lakes, Udaipur is among the most romantic and scenic cities of India. There is something magnetic that always pulls you towards Udaipur. Grand palaces, sparkling lakes, temples, monuments and temples are just some of what awaits the curious traveler in Udaipur. Udaipur is a colorful city filled with beautiful architecture and the setting amidst the Aravalli Hills. (Unbeatable!). Whether navigating ancient winding streets, bargaining in bazaars or taking a sunset boat ride on pretty Lake Pichola, Udaipur is a tough city to get bored in. Read on for everything you need to know about visiting.

Places to see in Udaipur

  1. City Palace, Udaipur
  2. Lake Pichola
  3. Monsoon Palace
  4. Jag Mandir or Lake Palace
  5. Saheliyon-Ki-Bari
  6. Bagore Ki Haveli
  7. Shilpgram
  8. Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum
  9. Jagdish temple

How to reach Udaipur

By Air

Maharana Pratap Airport is the international airport of Udaipur. Regular flights connect Udaipur to important destinations of India and the World. Udaipur airport is connected to Indian cities like Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Goa, Hyderabad, Cochin, and Guwahati.

By Train

Udaipur Railway Station is well-connected to important cities of India as well as Rajasthan. Frequent trains link Udaipur to destinations like Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai.

By Road

Roads connect Udaipur to major cities of India. Frequent state-run, as well as private buses, offer good connectivity to the major cities of India.

Best Time to Visit Udaipur:

The best time to visit Udaipur is from September to March as the weather remains favorable.  In this season, the weather stays delightful and enjoyable.

Ideal Stay:

1 Night 2 Days

Where to shop? :

 Lake Palace road, Badi Bazaar, Hathi pol bazaar


There are many auto rickshaws available which will take you to 1-day tour to the city for some fixed amount which will cover 5-6 places. Also, if you have good budget then I would suggest you stay in a palace to experience the royalty of Udaipur.  

By Niha Parmanandani