Ideal days required: 2 to 3 days
Best time to visit: Nov – Feb
Suitable for: Solo Travelers, Backpackers, Couples, Family
Best known for: Palaces and Luxury Vacations
The entry fee for City Palace is around ₹250 for Indians and around ₹500 for Foreigners. ₹250 extra for camera. If you don’t want to enter the Museum, the entry fee is only ₹30.
Do not miss the sunset from this pristine fort. Entry fee is about ₹10 for Indians and ₹90 for Foreigners. If you have rented a scooter or a car, drive till Sajjangarh fort, no need to hire their separate jeep from the entrance gate. Scooter will easily climb the 4 km uphill, I have done it myself.
Experience Udaipur’s best sunrise and sunset from this place. Udaipur looks magical from here during night time. A sure shot addition in your Udaipur Travel.
Visit this place for some street food and cozy evenings. Best time to visit here would be after 5pm where you can experience the sunset followed by the glittery streets. One must try cold coffee here.
This temple is situated in the middle of Lake Pichola. You need to spend ₹100 – ₹200 for a boat ride.
It is the heart of Udaipur. Situated in city centre, it looks best during evening. The famous Taj Palace (5 star) in the center of this lake is a must watch.
Fancy garden with fountains and flowers all over. They also have a museum in place. Entry fee is ₹20.
One of the best offbeat destinations of Udaipur. Also known as Bahubali Hills. The best time to visit here is in morning before sunrise. It hardly 20 mins drive from Ambrai Ghat.
Get the feel of rural Rajasthan here which is situated about 5kms from city centre. Watch the live performance on Rajashthani folk songs here and shop some good souvenirs too.
The best rooftop café of Udaipur. Watch the panoramic view of Lake Pichola from this café which is near Bagore ki Haweli.
Recommended by Lonely Planet. The surrounding of the café is such that you will feel you are sipping coffee in Venice.
The night view of Udaipur city is seen best viewed from this café. Its walking distance from Jadish Temple.
The guy here is the participant of ‘Australian MasterChef’ so imagine the wonderful and amazing dishes they will offer. The best street food of Udaipur is here
The nightlife at Fateh Sagar Lake is incredible. Right from Pav Bhaji to Frankie, you can have anything and everything here. Don’t miss on the cold coffee.
You will get the best and cheapest Rajasthani Thali here, it cost some ₹180 for buffet thali, better be hungry before going.
The best sweets of the town is here. Do not forget to try this sweet (forgot the name).
– I would recommend you to stay near ‘Ambrai Ghat’ for beautiful Udaipur Experience
– For Backpackers, Hostels like GoStops, Zostel and Bagpacker Panda are best bet
– For Couples and Family, they can try for luxury experiences in Palaces or budget stays in OYO rooms
– Hire a scooter (Activa) for about ₹300 – ₹350/day
– Uber or Ola works great here
– Hire a private vehicle for local transport