Udaipur Tourism Packages
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Highlighting the grandeur and architectural brilliance of Rajasthan, Udaipur is a city immersed in culture and luxury. From regal forts and palaces to glittering streets and locals in colourful attire, you are bound to get the feeling of being a royal while exploring the different facets of the place. Our Udaipur Tourism packages are designed to let you explore the extravagance of Udaipur without worrying about accommodation and travelling expenses. We take special care to structure our budget-friendly deals in a way that you use your time here judiciously and make the most of your trip with our Udaipur tourism packages.One of the first places you should visit here is the Udaipur City Palace Complex. This massive complex houses many attractions within itself and is best enjoyed when you explore it at your own pace. Visit the museum inside the complex, which enlightens you about the Maharanas of Mewar and their plush lifestyle. Maintained and overseen by the Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, it has many splendid artefacts that attract domestic and international visitors. Also check out the royal garage of the city complex which has an impressive collection of immaculately maintained vintage cars. Regardless of whether you like cars or not, models like the 1924 Rolls Royce and 1946 Buick are sure to leave you impressed. After exploring the City Palace Complex, relax at the Sunset Terrace and have a drink while gazing at the beautiful Lake Pichola. This lake is known for its boating experience and is considered an ideal spot to rekindle romance. Hop on a boat and take in the beautiful views of hills, palaces and temples. One of the temples that you must visit here is the Jag Mandir. Built in the middle of Lake Pichola, the Jag Mandir is an ideal place for dinner in a regal ambiance.The other lake that is a must-visit is the Fateh Sagar Lake. An artificial lake created in 1678, it is one the most peaceful places in Udaipur. It is smartly designed with three intake channels and an additional overflow channel used during rains. One of the recommended things here is to take a boat ride to Nehru Park which is situated in the middle of the lake. The park has a boat-shaped restaurant and a small zoo. Alternatively, relax amidst the serene waters of the lake. It really isn’t hard to see why Udaipur is fondly known as the ‘City of Lakes’.The next go-to place in Udaipur is the Monsoon Palace. Formerly known as the Sajjangarh and built in 1884 by Maharana Sajjan Singh, the structure was built to see mountain clouds and hence the name monsoon palace. You get astounding views of the lake and the surrounding monuments from atop this palace which is located in the Aravalli hills. The lighting of the palace lends it an almost golden hue during nights.If you are looking to know more about the culture and tradition of the place, check places like Bagore ki Haveli and the Saheliyon ki Badi. The Haveli is a majestic monument that has been converted into a museum and has artefacts from the Rajput era. You can also get to see performance by regional artists in the haveli. The Saheliyon ki Badi is known by the moniker ‘Garden of Maids’. This ornamental garden was built on the shores of Fateh Sagar Lake and has a number of fountains which just adds to its beauty.The Ranakpur village in Pali, Udaipur is popular for the high number of Jain temples. Considered a sacred place, the temples here date back to the royal era. Then there is Crystal Gallery, which contains an exquisite collection of crystal furniture which includes sofas, chairs, tables and beds. The Shilpgram Museum is another place that one should visit to see the traditional arts and crafts practised by several tribes in India.It is said you should save the best for the last and that applies very well to the Chittorgarh Fort. While it is located at a 120 kilometres drive from Udaipur, it is something you should not miss on your Udaipur trip. The fort is very near to the Golden Quadrilateral and is one of the most glorious forts of Rajasthan. The fort is perched atop a 180 meter hill and is a massive 700 acres in size. Back in the day, the fort used to have 84 water bodies out of which only 22 are left at present. Based just on the size, the fort was built as a battlement capable of storing over 4 million litres of water - enough to sustain a population of 50,000 for around 4 years!This reinvigorating trip to Rajasthan will be incomplete without trying some of the interesting restaurants around the city. Apart from the famous Rajasthani dal-bhaati churma, gatte ki sabzi and masala vada, check out restaurants like Savage Garden for lip-smacking Mediterranean cuisine, the Paantya for laal maas dhungar and Parkview Restaurant for delicious Indian cuisine. Rest assured, exploring Udaipur with our tourism packages is a spellbinding experience of magnificent proportions.
Blog : Udaipur – The Romantic City Of Lakes In A Day
Udaipur In A Day
Once a capital of Mewar’s royal kings, the city of Udaipur is still a world full of regal charm. Besieged by several man-made lakes and the lush Aravalli Hills stretching away till the eyes can see, the City of Palaces is a romantic, surreal city that somehow balances on the precipice of old world charm and modern sensibilities.