Popularly known as the Venice of the East, thousands of people visit this magnificent city of lakes called Udaipur.

Udaipur is located in Southern Rajasthan and surrounded by mighty Aravali hills. this city is known for its world-class beauty, heritage and culture. The essence of Rajasthani culture can be found here even today.

This city is a perfect example of “modern living with rich heritage”.

You might be wondering where to visit in Udaipur if you are going there? Well, we are here to clear your doubts and tell you some of the best visiting places in Udaipur.

This list includes some famous as well as hidden but worth visiting places of Udaipur. Let’s talk about the activities that you can do in Udaipur.

Some famous places in Udaipur that you should never miss:

1.Fateh Sagar lake

This is the best place if you want to experience the local crowd of Udaipur. This place is lively during night and evening. A sip of kullhad coffee is a must when you visit this amazing lake in Udaipur.

This lake was constructed by Maharana Fateh Singh and its one of the biggest lakes of Udaipur.

2.City Palace

The rich culture and Rajputana tradition is the trademark of Mewar. When you visit Udaipur City Palace is a must-visit. This is a royal palace owned by the Maharana of Udaipur who is the descendent of Maharana Pratap.

This palace stores the relics and crafts from the past. Moreover, you will be astonished by its architecture.

3.Lake Pichola

This is the most beautiful lake of Udaipur whose beauty is worth watching. Lake Pichola hosts the world-famous Taj Lake Palace hotel.

You can enjoy boating on this lake and have some chat over its banks. This lake offers some peaceful vibes where you can enjoy solitude.

Some Hidden Gems of Udaipur:

1.Ambrai Ghat

This place is situated on the banks of Pichola Lake and movies like Ye Jawani Hai Deewani and Dhadak were shot here.

Reaching this place is quite difficult for new people, but its worth to visit this place at least once.

If you want to visit the four-sided beauty of Udaipur then you must visit this place. It is a serene and calm place usually visited by youngsters for having some quality time.

2.Bagore Ki Haveli Show

This show is also known as Dharohar Show which usually starts at 6 PM.

This famous show represents authentic Mewari culture and is equally popular among the locals as well as foreigners. If you are new in Udaipur then this is a must-visit show.

3.Bahubali Hills Badi Lake

This lake is situated 10 km away from Udaipur, but a visit to this lake is worthwhile.

You can visit the famous Bahubali Hills near this lake. These hills give a panoramic island view of Badi Lake which is also a perfect spot for photography.

So these are the places that you should never miss on your Udaipur visit. A visit to these places will make your Udaipur travel worth remembering.

You might need a reliable taxi service to help you with transport around Udaipur. We recommend Maharana Cabs for this purpose, they are the most reliable and best taxi rental in Udaipur.

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By Abhishek Saraswat

Abhishek, popularly known to the world as Himalayan Gypsy is an award-winning travel & street photographer based in India. He is an adventure freak and a digital nomad who likes to document India, its culture, heritage & architecture through his pictures and writes about his experiences on his blog. A banker by profession and a traveler by heart, he has been exploring India since his childhood during family vacations and school picnics which gradually turned into solo trips and guided tours. Today his work is known to the world through his numerous pictures published, featured, and exhibited in various popular magazines like DiscoverIndia, Natgeo Traveller India, Asian Photography Magazine, Chiiz Magazine, Nikon India, Wildlife India, etc.