Places to Visit in “Udaipur- The City of Lakes”

Khamma Ghani! I hope you all are doing well.

So, today I decided to share a post on the city which was ranked third among world’s best cities ie. “Udaipur”. Udaipur, also known as “City of Lakes”, is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, India. The city is blessed with number of lakes, historical monuments, cultures, forts, museums, gardens, greenery and scenic locations. Besides this, it is also known for its traditional fairs and festivals.

But this time I decided not to write much because the beauty of Udaipur can be seen in the pictures itself!

Enjoy the pictures!

NOTE 1: DON’T SKIP ANY PICTURES. IF YOU DO SO, YOU’LL END UP MISSING THE BEAUTY OF “UDAIPUR”!

NOTE 2: I have a surprise for you guys at the end of this post! Don’t forget to check it too!

“Maharan Pratap Gaurav Kendra” with a huge 57 feet metal statue of king of Mewar, “Maharana Pratap”, at Tiger hills.
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City Palace, built over 400 years ago.
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Sahelion ki Bari, a popular tourist place in Udaipur, famous for its gardens.
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Yes, ofcourse. I LOVE UDAIPUR!!!
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Badi Talab, popular known as Bahubali Hills.
Lake Pichola City Udaipur - Free photo on Pixabay
Lake Pichola & Dudh Talai
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The Sajjangarh Fort, also known as Monsoon Palace & is the highest point of Udaipur.
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Ambrai Ghat
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Shilpgram Fair in Udaipur during Winters.
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The Hotel Oberoi
Udaipur City India - Free photo on Pixabay
Aerial view of Udaipur city
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View from the hills.
Can you guess which place it is? I’ve already told you about this!

Now for all those who’re wondering how Udaipur looks like at night, this is for you!

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View!
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Lake Fatehsagar
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This is one of my favorite picture in this post!
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The Taj Lake Palace; 5-star Hotel on lake Pichola!
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Just look at this! I really don’t have words to describe this. How BEAUTIFUL this place looks! ❤
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Sukhadia Circle
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The Kumbhalgarh Fort’s wall is second largest wall after the Great Wall of China! It is situated few kilometers away from Udaipur in the “Rajsamand” district.

I hope I was able to explain & show a lot about my city “UDAIPUR” with these pictures. If yes, please let me know. And, if you want to know more about places to visit near Udaipur, let me know in the comments section below!

Also, don’t forget to tell me which place is your favorite & which ones have you visited in Udaipur?

And now, here comes the surprise!

“The Travelsio” family crossed 200 followers today.

Thank you so much to my each and every supporter, reader, all those who have recently joined the family, and who take time to read by blogs and share their views. Without your support this double-century wouldn’t have been possible! TBH I wanted to share this separately but wasn’t able to because I’m a bit packed right now, and this post about Udaipur was on hold for sooo long. So I thought to include it in the same post. I hope you’ll understand. Thanks for all the love and support once again! You guys have been AMAZING. Lots of love ❤

Jahnvi ❤

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I'm an Civil Engineering student who also has a passion of writing blogs related to travel, food, sports & many more. I'm a little girl with not so little dreams!

157 thoughts on “Places to Visit in “Udaipur- The City of Lakes”

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    1. Yes!💖
      And it’s unique in its own way. The lakes, the greenery, the mountains…all at one place!
      Well if you’re planning to visit, make sure you visit during or after monsoon because that’s the time when you’ll see the city, lakes, mountains in its full bloom!💖
      Best wishes.

      Jahnvi

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