Places To See In Udaipur


Places To See In Udaipur


  • Spoken Language
    English / Hindi
  • Founded by
    Maharana Udai Singh II
  • Build In
  • Area in km²
    37 Km²

Udaipur, The City Of Lakes

Udaipur, formerly the capital of the Mewar Kingdom, is a city in the western Indian state of Rajasthan. Founded by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1559.

City Palace

Home to magnificent palaces, beautiful havelis and lakeside heritage hotels, Udaipur’s focal point is the imposing City Palace, built of granite and marble. The majestic palace complex, the city’s grandest and the largest in Rajasthan and India, was built by Maharana Udai Singh II of Mewar as the new capital of the Sisodia Rajput clan in 1559, after the old capital, Chittorgarh was captured by the Mughal emperor Akbar.

Lake Pichola

Pichola Lake was built in 1362 AD by Pichhu Banjara. Later, Maharana Udai Singh, impressed by the charm of this lake with the backdrop of green hills, founded the city of Udaipur on the banks of the lake and also enlarged the lake by constructing a stone masonry dam in the Badi Pol region.

Places To See In Udaipur
Saheliyo Ki bari

Away from the noisy din of city, Saheliyon Ki Bari is a spick and span verdency where waving sprawling dazzling moments of nature spell bounds to its romantic ambience. It is a garden of maids of honor which brings to the fore the unique life style of royal ladies who once lived in the glorious palaces of the city. It is located on the northern part of Udaipur city, adjoining the east of the embankment of dainty Fatehsagar Lake.

Fateh Sagar & Moti Mangri

Fateh Sagar Lake is a charming lake surrounded by hills and woods. This artificial lake was constructed by Maharana Jai Singh in 1678 AD and it lies north of Lake Pichola. It was later reconstructed during the reign of Maharana Fateh Singh (1884-1930 AD). Fateh Sagar Lake is one of the four lakes in Udaipur and it houses three small islands. The largest among them, the beautiful Nehru Island, is popular with tourists; the second island has a public park and a spectacular water-jet fountain; the third island is home to the Udaipur Solar Observatory. All the islands can be visited by motorboats. The calm, blue surface of the lake set against the green mountains make Udaipur India’s ‘second Kashmir’.

One of the memorials built to salute the dauntless Rajputana Hero Maharana Pratap stands stock-still at the Pearl Hill on his own land Mewar. Udaipur was addressed as Mewar in the ancient time, which was a vital part of the Rajput dynasty. Situated on the top of a hill, the location is the best place for enjoying sunset and reciting the tales of Maharana Pratap and his valiant horse Chetak.

Places To See In Udaipur
Wax Musieum and Biological Park

Why travel a long way to the Madame Tussand’s Wax Museums? When our Udaipur city has its very own Wax museum where you can explore wax sculptors of famous stars in various fields. Udaipur has its first wax museum which was inaugrated by the almighty Prince Lakshya Raj Singh Mewar. The wax museum is situated on Sajjangarh Road opposite Mewargarh Hotel. It is known to be a major tourist attraction for both Indian and Foreign tourists who visit Udaipur every year.

Sajjangarh Biological Park is a zoological garden located in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. This biological park is situated just beneath the Monsoon Palace, around 4 km from the city center. The zoo has different varieties of animals and birds which have been brought from different parts of world. At present, it houses 60 animals of 21 species including tigers, panthers, lions, ostriches, alligators, rhesus monkeys etc.

Vintage car collection & Lok kala mandal

Vintage and Classic Car Museum is a car museum in Udaipur in Rajasthan state in India, having some of the rarest classic and vintage car collection. This museum is owned by Arvind Singh Mewar. The Vintage and Classic Car Museum has around 20 antique cars, including 4 Rolls-Royce's, 2 Cadillacs, one MG-TC convertible, one Ford-A Convertible, one Vauxhall-12 and several other exhibits like solar powered rikshaws and many more.

Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal is a cultural institution based in Udaipur in Rajasthan state in India engaged in studying folk art, culture, songs and festivals of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh and to popularise and propagate folk arts, folk dances and folk literature. It was set up in 1952 by Devilal Samar.