Udaipur: The City of Lakes

A charming spot to celebrate enchanted weddings near lakes and lake royal residences with the Aravali mountains as an awesome background, Udaipur is really the most romantic towns in the Indian sub-landmass. Thus, it is called ‘Venice of the East’ and the town of Lakes.

Udaipur likewise had its presence and charisma felt in the realm of silver screen when James Bond’s Octopussy had its shooting in the beautiful districts of the Lake Pichola. The main fascination of Udaipur is, without a doubt, the Lake Palace inn situated in the center point of completely clear waters of the prestigious Pichola Lake. Udaipur is nearly 650 km from New Delhi and 410 km from Jaipur.

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Udaipur, for the most part, described as lake city of India, is one the most superb and pleasant towns of India. Udaipur has a decent number of fine-looking explorers pull together with charming royal residences, lakes, wonderful parks, galleries, and places of worship. The beguiling Lake Palace on the alluring Lake Pichola is the most engaging sightseeing appeals of Udaipur. An electrifying boat cruising on the shining and sparkling blue waters of Lake Pichola gives a marvelous vision of the Palace, which appears like a tremendous white lotus, maturing out of the Lake.

Additional not to be ignored attraction on your holidays in Udaipur comprise of the wonderful Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir – the two heavenly royal residences on the Lake, Saheliyon-ki-Bari Garden that was particularly worked for the women of the Mewar respectable family circle, Sajjan Garh or the Monsoon Palace, Jagdish Temple, Gulab Bagh, Pratap Memorial and Shilpagram. To see these beautiful lakes, please visit our golden triangle tour with udaipur.

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