This top notch tourist hotspot is strategically connected by roadways, railways and airways.
The Dabok airport is located at close quarters from the marvelous Udaipur. Flights of the Indian Airlines and Jet Airways operate on a regular basis.
Besides, you can also board buses of the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, that will take you to Udaipur.
If you choose to travel by train, you can take your pick from the Chetak Express, the Lake City Express and Ahmedabad Express.
Udaipur, laced with a glorious history is a backpacker's paradise. The history buffs can make a beeline for the splendid City Palace, a comely site on Lake Pichola. The latter itself is a wondrous spectacle to behold.
The Lake Palace, Jagdish Temple, Sajjangarh, Gulab Bagh, Jag Mandir, Saheliyon ki Bari, Shilpgram, Ahar, Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, Fateh Sagar, Eklingji, Nagada, Jaisamand Lake, Kumbalgarh Fort, Ranakpur, Jagat are some of the other star attractions of this place.
Good news for all those adventure freaks! The serene Udaipur also offers rides on horses and trekking facilities. You can rejuvenate those frazzled nerves with a relaxing herbal massage at the Ayurvedic Body Shop.
Joyous celebrations are a way of life for the inhabitants of Rajasthan and Udaipur is no exception. It throbs with nervous energy during the colorful Gangaur, Mewar and Teej festivals.
A shopper's haven that Udaipur, there is a lot in store for tourists. You can make a dash for beautiful textiles, adorable playthings, eye catching accessories. On a tour of Udaipur, pichwais or tapestries, is a must buy.
The government fuelled Rajasthan Emporium is your one stop shop for the above mentioned collector's items. Besides, you can also drop in at the Lake Palace Road and Chetak Circle, among others.
Accommodation facilities are aplenty in Udaipur. You can put up at luxurious five star hotels, heritage lodgings and a plethora of other lovely hotels that dot Udaipur.
Last Updated on : 16 January 2012