Explore Udaipur and Its Tourist Places to Visit

Discover fascinating activities and places to visit in Udaipur, India. The hotel is located four kilometres from the city centre and just minutes away from popular tourist attractions.

Udaipur is the epicentre of Rajasthan’s romantic and historic past. The “Venice of East”, as it is often called, became the capital of the state of Mewar when the supposedly impregnable fortress of Chittor in the Aravalli Hills was lost to invaders by Rana Udai Singh.

When planning your visit, rely on our expert 24-hour concierge for assistance with sightseeing arrangements, car rentals, city tours, air and rail ticketing, and more.

Museum & Culture

Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal

Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal

Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal

This is a cultural institution based in engaged in studying folk art, culture,songs & festivals of Rajasthan. It has a museum that exhibits collection of folk articles like rural-dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls,paintings. This is a puppet theater too where puppet shows are held at regular interval.

Crystal Gallery

Crystal Gallery

Crystal Gallery

Crystal Gallery has been hailed as probably the single largest private collection of crystal anywhere in the world. The visitors here are privy to one of the most exclusive and exquisite crystal collections. It was in 1877 that Maharana Sajjan Singh (period of reign: 1874-1884) ordered the crystal collection from the Birmingham-based F&C Osler company.

 

Shilpgram

Shilpgram

Shilpgram

Shilpgram is a Rural Arts and Crafts Complex conceived as a living enthnographic museum to depict the lifestyles of the folk and tribal people of the West Zone. Within this complex, huts of the member states are constructed incorporating traditional architectural features of different geographical and ethnic groups residing within the West Zone of India comprising of five Federal States.

Nature & Parks

Sahelion Ki Bari

Sahelion Ki Bari

Sahelion Ki Bari

Saheliyon-ki-Bari (Courtyard of the Maidens) is a major garden and a popular tourist space in Udaipur in Indian state of Rajasthan. It lies in northern part of the city and has fountains and kiosks, a lotus pool and marble elephants. It was built by Maharana Bhopal Singh. Saheliyon ki Bari means Garden of the Maidens. There is also a small museum here.

 

 

Religious Spots

Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Temple

Built in 1651 AD by Maharana Jagat Singh I and dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple has an imposing 79 ft high pagoda covered with sculptures of dancers, musicians, elephants and horsemen. It is the city’s largest and most resplendent temple. Shoes need to be removed before entering the temple.

Shopping Places

Hathipol

Hathipol

Hathipol

An important market in Udaipur which displays all sorts of handicrafts and folk arts of Rajasthan,and hence fairly priced market here. Do make it a point to pick up the famous Rajasthani Miniature Paintings when you stroll down these streets. Even if feel the painting is reasonable, do try to bargain.

Jagdish Chowk

Jagdish Chowk

Jagdish Chowk

Named after an impressive temple, Jagdish Temple Street has a bustling bazaar, which sells a wide range of handicraft products made locally. It’s also a great place to buy jewelry and prices are among the most competitive found throughout the city.

Sights & Landmarks

City Palace

City Palace

City Palace

The City Palace in Udaipur was built in a flamboyant style and is considered the largest of its type in Rajasthan, a fusion of the Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles, and was built on a hill top that gives a panoramic view of the city and its surrounding, including several historic monuments such as the Lake Palace in Lake Pichola, the Jag Mandir on another island in the lake, the Jagdish Temple close to the palace, the Monsoon Palace on top of an overlooking hillock nearby and the Neemach Mata temple.

Monsoon Palace

Monsoon Palace

Monsoon Palace

The Monsoon Palace, formerly known as the Sajjan Garh Palace, is a hilltop palatial residence in the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan in India, overlooking the lake Fateh Sagar. It is named as Sajjangarh after Maharana Sajjan Singh (1874–1884) of the Mewar Dynasty, who built it in 1884. It offers a panoramic view of the city's lakes, palaces and surrounding countryside.

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