About Udaipur
The royal city of Rajasthan, also known as "The City of Lakes" Udaipur is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan, because of its beautiful water bodies, princely palaces and amazing tourist facilities. The city serves its tourists with extreme comfort and luxury. With our beautiful hotel. We will delights you with its excellent services, timeless values and peaceful atmosphere.

Places to visit in Udaipur

City Palace:
This is a grand complex, consisting many palatial buildings, structures with some really exquisite art work. The complex faces the lake Pichola, offering breathtaking views of Pichola.
Jag Mandir:
This is also an island place on lake Pichola, more popular for its gardens and botanical beauties. The place is famous as the refuge of Shah Jahan, the Mughal Emperor after he revolted against his father. With amazing restaurants and a nice beautiful location , this is a must see place in Udaipur.
This is one of the most beautiful and leisure places in Udaipur, which a Rajput king got made for the 48 maids of his queen. The attractions of this place are beautiful floral gardens, marble structures and floorings, carved structures and amazing fountains.
Jagdish Temple:
Built by Maharana Jagat Singh in 1651 AD, the temple is a living example of Indo Aryan architecture. Surrounded by market areas, the temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, and has amazing traditional art works including sculptures and statues of Hindu gods, including Krishna.
Lake Pichola:
The most important land mark of Udaipur, lake Pichola is an artificial lake having many islands and many buildings and palaces over those islands. It is a 14th century lake, which was named after the neighboring Picholi village.
Fateh Sagar:
This is another popular artificial lake built in 17th century, by the Maharana. This lake also has many islands and structures on and around it. The Hariyali Amavasya Mela (Green New Moon Fair) is organized near the lake every year, in August or September.
Gulab Bagh:
A spectacular rose Garden laid out by Maharana Sajjan Singh, is situated near the palace on east side of Lake Pichhola. A library in the garden has a rare collection of ancient handwritten manuscripts and books. Within the garden, there is a zoo with tigers, leopards, chinkara and many wild animals and birds are being kept.
Pratap Smarak (Memorial):
Atop the Moti Magri or Pearl Hill, overlooking the Fateh Sagar Lake. Entrance is made of huge gate and in the garden a memorial of the Rajput hero Maharana Pratap with a bronze statue of the Maharana astride his favourite horse "Chetak". This 11 feet bronze statue is unique.
Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary is situated 5kms in the West of tourist city Udaipur, which surrounds the Sajjangarh Palace overlooking Udaipur City. From the palace, one can have a magnificent view of lakes of Udaipur and Aravalli hill ranges. The view of Sunrise and Sunset attracts every visitor atop of Bansdara hill.
Biological Park:
Sajjangarh Biological Park is located nearby Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary at outskirts of Lake City, Udaipur. It is only 6 k.m. away from Ralway Station and Central Bus Stand. The Total area of the Biological park is 36 ha. A central ring road runs within the Park and covers almost total area of the park.

Around Udaipur

Kumbhalgarh Fort:
Kumbhalgarh..This name itself carries some weight. It is the second most important fort in the history of Rajputana, after Chittorgarh Fort. After the sacrifice of Panna Dhai at Chittor, Kunwar Udai Singh was brought here secretly, so that he could be safe here from Banwari. Maharna Pratap was also born in the same fort.
Ranakpur Jain Temple:
Between the splendid palaces and formidable forts of Rajasthan, the Jain Temple at Ranakpur still attracts people’s attention with full splendor. Built in the 15th century, this temple is situated at a place that seems neither like a town nor like a village and surrounded by the Aravali Hills and dense forests.
Chittorgarh Fort:
Rajputana is the most impressive aspect of the Indian history and Chittorgarh is a symbol of prestige, honour and elegance of Rajputana.
Battle of Haldighati is an important battle of Indian History, that wrote a new chapter in the history of Rajputana. Maharana Pratap never accepted subordination of the Mughal Emperor Akbar and fought bravely with Mughal army in the Battlefield of Haldighati.
Eklingji Temple:
Rajputana Stories are not only about heroism and bravery. They also had a great faith in their family God or Goddess. Lord Shiva is the family god of Mewar Dynasty in the form of Eklingji. The kings of Mewar dynasty only ruled as a representative of Eklingji.
Srinathji Temple:
This is another popular artificial lake built in 17th century, by the Maharana. This lake also has many islands and structures on and around it. The Hariyali Amavasya Mela (Green New Moon Fair) is organized near the lake every year, in August or September.