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Our activities are the ideal way to organise your trip. You'll need some planning to really get the most out of Udaipur District, particularly when you want to schedule in lots of local cuisine and entertainment. And it's clear that you don't plan to sleep all day遥ou are ready to get out and have an adventure. You look forward to checking off the most essential activities around, and an exploration of historic city neighbourhoods is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Book group tours on Expedia, and leave your map behind.
Famed for its romantic natural setting on the shores of lake Pichola, Udaipur is one of India’s most visited cities, thanks to its white marble palaces, temples, scenic gardens and meandering streets. Until you’ve seen Udaipur from the lake, or from the Aravalli Hills above it, it’s difficult to fully appreciate the extent of its captivating beauty. As you traipse through an ancient bazaar, or watch a romantic sunset over the city from your hotel balcony, Udaipur will capture your imagination.
Old City - When he founded Udaipur in the 16th century, Maharana Udai Singh II protected it with a wall six kilometres long. There are seven gates in the wall, and many of Udaipur’s most treasured historic landmarks are found within, such as the majestic City Palace complex and the Jagdish Temple. Though it is easily walkable, on a hot day you may prefer to get around by a breezy rickshaw.
Lake Pichola - So stunning is the natural beauty of the lake that much of Udaipur’s architecture, from its palaces to its hotels, has been built on its banks specifically with the intention of getting the best views. The lake has four islands, on one of which stands the spectacular Lake Palace, now a heritage hotel and considered among the most romantic in the world.
Ahar - Just outside Udaipur stand the Ahar cenotaphs, hundreds of monuments and tombs dedicated to the maharajahs of Mewar who founded the city. Besides being a major tourist destination and site of worship, Ahar is also a site of significant archaeological interest.
Shilpgram - Explore traditional rural homes in this artisans’ village a short distance from Udaipur. A variety of arts and crafts are on sale, and during high season regular dance and musical performances take place.
Take a scenic cruise on lake Pichola and enjoy the sensational views of Udaipur from the water. ‘The White City’ is simply stunning, but most especially when the sun begins to fade. A private half-day city tour lets you explore the city’s many highlights, such as the vast City Palace with its squares, gardens and museums, at your leisure. You can also see the tranquil Saheliyon-Ki-Bari gardens, wander its marble monuments and escape the city heat for a while.
Climb the steps to the Jagdish Temple, close to the City Palace and one of Udaipur’s most-recognisable sights. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, one of the most important deities in Hinduism. If exploring ancient temples is your thing, you can also take a private full-day tour out to Ranakpur in the Aravalli Hills, a for a guided visit to the spectacular Jain temple complex.