Udaipur is a synonym of royalty, grandeur, extravagance and heritage. The royal city has all from royal architectures, serene lakes, delectable cuisine, and colourful shopping centres. This heritage city has been attracting tourists from all around the world for its rich heritage. Udaipur’s charisma has always impressed everybody, from lovebirds to families.
Some of the famous sites to visit are:
- LAKE PALACE, PICHOLA LAKE
Lake Palace was formerly known as Jag Niwas and is amongst the top heritage sites of Udaipur. The Taj group has taken over the palace and is painstakingly restoring the aura and the heritage of the very palace and has transformed it into a resort. This lake palace resides by the famous Lake Pichola. The boat ride takes one to the popular sites across Udaipur.
- CITY PALACE
It is located on the banks of Lake Pichola and is the most popular tourist place in Udaipur. It showcases the splendid architecture of the Rajput Dynasty.
- JAG MANDIR- THE ISLAND TEMPLE
It is build on the island of Lake Pichola and is known for its beautiful and astounding architecture. The architecture astounds everybody and the marble sculptures take the breath away. It is famous for serene boat rides and the grand solitude of the temple, Jag Mandir.
- THE MONSOON PALACE
Formerly known as the Sajjangarh Palace, is a hilltop palatial residence. It was built by Maharaja Sajjan Singh of Mewar Dynasty. The fort was initially built to witness the floating clouds and the beauty of the place still persists.
- AHAR CENOTAPHS
It was used by the royal family as the burial ground and because of its architectural significance, it is widely famous amongst the tourists. This memorial site also has an archaeological museum.
Udaipur is, therefore, a heritage tourist place and attracts crowd from all over the world for its historical significance and immense beauty of architecture.