Places To Visit In Udaipur

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Gopika VC

On a hill overlooking a lake, it's a regal architectural wonder. It has courtyards, pavilions, terraces, corridors, rooms, and hanging gardens.

City Palace


The beautiful and scenic area around the famous Lake Palace on the 4-km-long, man-made Lake Pichola will draw you in.

The Lake Palace


It is made up of three islands, and each one has public gardens that are well kept and can be reached by boat.

Fateh Sagar Lake


The palace of Jagmandir is built on an island in Lake Pichola. Also known as the "Lake Garden Palace."



Most likely a member of the Banjara tribe built Lake Pichola in the year 1362. It is now one of Udaipur's most famous landmarks.

Lake Pichola


It is surrounded by the Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary, where rare animals and migratory birds live.

Jaisamand Lake


The royal Shell gas pump, which is still in use, is one of the best parts of the museum.

Vintage Car Museum


This place of worship is perfect for people who are looking for peace and faith because it has beautiful carvings and many interesting statues.

Jagdish Temple


The Sri Karni Mata Temple on Machala Hill and the Deendayal Upadhyay Park in Udaipur are both connected by the Mansapurna Karni Ropeway.

Mansapurna Karni Ropeway


The haveli is best known for its old monuments, especially the world's largest turban, which is on display there.

Bagore Ki Haveli


The Sajjangarh Palace, also known as The Monsoon Palace, is on top of a hill and has amazing views of Fateh Sagar Lake and the Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary.

Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace


On an island in the Fateh Sagar Lake, the Udaipur solar observatory is thought to be the best place in all of Asia to watch the sun.

Udaipur Solar Observatory


The Eklingji Temple is one of the most popular temples in Rajasthan. It is 22 kilometres north of Udaipur.

Eklingji Temple


Fateh Prakash Palace's crystal gallery is world-famous. It's in Durbar Hall and features the world's largest private crystal collection.

Crystal Gallery