Flights to Udaipur


Udaipur is popularly known as the City of Lakes and is an important tourist spot in Rajasthan. Here tourists can explore palaces, forts, lakes, cultural hot spots, indigenous cuisine, religious places, garden, ghats, zoo, museum, crafts village, institute, etc. Besides palaces of Rajput era, the other attractions of this place are scenic locales, culture, and history. Interestingly, some of the famous palaces have been renovated and converted into luxurious hotels. Some of the most popular lakes here are Swaroop Sagar, Udai Sagar, Fateh Sagar Lake, and Lake Pichola. Most of the people in Udaipur are dependent on tourism. Many are also associated with handicrafts.

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Udaipur Airport is also called Dabok Airport. It is officially known as Maharana Pratap Airport. It is located 21 km from the city center of Udaipur. This airport received a new terminal in 2008. The airlines operating from this place are Spicejet, Jet Airways, Air India, and JetKonnect. The most popular destinations traveled by air are Mumbai and Delhi. Facilities and infrastructure available in airport are: asphalt runway, 150-metre apron, 2500 sq m terminal building (built at a cost of Rs. 80 crore), four check-in counters, landing aids such as NDB and DME/VOR, CAT-I ILS, and many more. The terminal building can accommodate 600 passengers at a time during peak hours. Taxis and car rental services are available from the airport.

More Information on Udaipur

The area of Udaipur is 64 sq km, while the population is 598,178. The languages spoken and understood are Hindi and English. The must-visit places in Udaipur include:
  • City Palace Complex
  • Jagdish Temple
  • Sajjangarh Palace
  • Fateh Sagar Lake
  • Nehru Garden
  • Jag Mandir
  • Sagasji Mandir
  • Lake Pichola
  • Saheliyon-ki-Bari
  • Gulab Bagh and Zoo
  • Doodh Talai
  • Maharana Pratap Memorial
  • Bohara Ganesh Ji
  • Bagore-ki-Haveli
  • Shilpgram
Winter is the best season to visit Udaipur.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018


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