From majestic forts to beautiful lakes, there are a lot of tourist destinations in Udaipur. The most prominent ones are as follows:
Pichola is the largest and one of the oldest lakes in Udaipur. The lake gives a landscape view, surrounded by hills, bathing ghats, palaces, and temples on its sides. A cherry on the cake is the boating opportunity in the cold waters of Pichola, which is a wonderful experience in itself.
Located near Lake Pichola, this majestic palace is full of historical artifacts and mural artwork. The palace is said to be one of the oldest palaces of the Rajputana dynasty. It is huge, fully bright white, and appears no less than a king’s palace from any fairy-tale.
Named after the then Maharaja Fateh Singh of Udaipur is one of the four famous lakes of Udaipur, the other three being — Udai Sagar Lake, Dhebar Lake, and Pichola Lake. This one is an artificial lake believed to be made by Raja to supplement the drinking water requirement in the region.
It is a palace located on top of a lofty mountain called the Bansdhara Mountain. Also called ‘the Monsoon Palace’, you can directly see the Pichola Lake standing at the entrance and from the balconies of this palace.
Close to the City Palace, lies this famous museum exhibiting various special editions of vintage cars that are believed to be owned and driven by the rulers of the Mewar dynasty. The museum gives you a sneak peek into the luxurious lifestyle of the rulers that lived here.
This popular lake is the second-largest artificial lake in Asia. It is so big that there are seven islands in this lake. On one of these islands, a local tribe leads a living. There is a dam on one end of the lake. The local devotees have also constructed a Shiva temple on this dam.
An estuary island situated in the middle of Pichola Lake, Jag Mandir Palace is a huge floating giving the most beautiful sunset point in Udaipur. This palace offers a vivid landscape view surrounded by water on all sides.
A historic location in the city of Udaipur, Haldi Ghati is the site of the historic war between Mughals and Rajputs. At this place, you can still see some ruins and marks of the war. There is a cenotaph made in the premises dedicated to Maharana Pratap who led the army of the Rajputs.