Have a Whale of a Time in Udaipur City Palace
Palaces galore in Rajasthan may simply make you feel sick of seeing mansions at every corner. It’s an experience of “palace fatigue.” But honestly, Udaipur City Palace is different. The City Palace, built-in 1559, is situated on the banks of Lake Pichola. Your eyes will be welcomed by a grandeur blend of Medieval, European, and Chinese architecture.
Stretch Your Legs on the Lake Palace
The symbol of Udaipur tourism, the Lake Palace is located on Jag Niwas Island in Lake Pichola. It’s now a romantic wedding destination operated by the Taj Group. The awe-inspiring Palace has been featured in many Bollywood and Hollywood movies. Take a boat ride on the tranquil Lake Pichola and die for the picturesque sunset scenery!
Cruise on Tremendous Lake Pichola
The iconic symbol of Udaipur is famous for its nature and picturesque scenery. The man-made Lake Pichola, 4 km in length and 3 km in width, houses many temples, magnificent palaces, and huge hills around its islands. You’ll be awarded stunning views of the sunset and lovely evening views of the town boating on the Lake Pichola.
Respect the Friendship, Lake Garden Palace
Lake Garden Palace, also called Jagmandir Palace, is famous for its immense history and grandeur architecture, which inspired Shah Jahan to construct the Taj Mahal. It’s the iconic symbol of friendship between Rajputs and the Mughals. Boat in the Lake Pichola, smell the freshness of its flower garden, and glimpse the impressive structures.
Drop in the Antique Furniture, Vintage Car Museum
Are you filled with enthusiasm for automobiles? So, the Royal Vintage Car Museum is your Elysium. This must-seeing museum was officially opened up in 2000 and has turned into a well-liked tourist destination since then. The museum stores a nice collection of vintage automobiles owned by the Mewar dynasty of Udaipur. Feast your eyes on the 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom used in the Bond movie named Octopussy, and the Cadillac convertible guarded Queen Elizabeth back to the airport in 1961.
Watch Beautiful Sunset from Bagore Ki Haveli
The 18th-century construction lies by the Pichola Lake. It’s named Bagore Ki Haveli after Maharana Shakti Singh of Bagore, who resided here in 1878. Bagore Ki Haveli now serves as the royal museum showcasing the Mewar culture. It houses more than 100 rooms with charming architecture. Enjoy Folk dance shows, evening theatre shows, picturesque scenery of the sunset, shop for souvenirs and artworks, and visit the antique stuff used by Rajputs in the museum.
Flee the Rush in Saheliyon Ki Bari
Saheliyon Ki Bari (Garden of Companions) was a gift constructed by Sangram Singh II to his queen and 48 maids as a tranquil resort. Wondering what to do in this nice-looking vista to behold? Wander the gardens, take a tour of the museum, and savor Indian cuisine, to name a few.
Explore Indian Temples, Jagdish Temple
The Udaipur largest temple was constructed in 1651. The Jagdish Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, offering delightful sceneries of wall carvings, splendid architecture, and stunning elephant structures. It also houses other memorials devoted to Lord Shiva, Goddess Shakti, and Ganesh, the Sun God.
Learn About Cultural Arts, Shilpgram
Shilpgram is the pole of many cultural carnivals established to develop traditional crafts and arts in Rajasthan. Tourists will be welcomed by rural arts and crafts on regularly held festivals. Shilpgram is featured with its open-air amphitheater and shares its experience of the simplicity of rural life. Relish your heart with an art exhibition and rejoice in the rhythmic movement accompanied by music.
Memories of Love, Moti Magri
The monumental bronze statue of Maharana riding his horse is a memorial tribute to Maharana and his much-loved horse Chetak. It’s located on a hilltop looking over Fateh Sagar Lake. It gives some exquisite observation points to the alongside lakes and Udaipur. Go for a stroll in the Moti Mahal Museum to learn more about past events. Get some breath-stopping views of the Japanese Rock Garden.
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