City of Lakes

Explore Udaipur

The Mewar Dynasty’s historical capital, Udaipur, was founded in the year 1558 by Udai Singh II of the Sisodia clan of Rajputs. Because of its numerous lakes and water reservoirs, it later earned the names “City of Lakes” or “Venice of the East.” In addition, the city is geographically separated from the Thar Desert by the Aravali Ranges. The city features historical sites, royal buildings, palaces, temples, lakes, gardens, and luxury hotels.

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The Maharana Bagh

A resort that exemplifies luxury with chic interiors, genuine restaurants, and exceptional hospitality services provided by trained personnel and chefs

The Amargarh

A stunning location with opulent amenities, outstanding facilities, unrivalled hospitality services, and many other things to fill your bucket with memories.

The Udaibagh Palace

A setting where comfort and luxury coexist. It is a historical building that will bring back regal and lively Rajasthani culture as well as fond memories.

The Amar Mahal

The Amar Mahal, located at the centre of the city Udaipur, would showcase the beauty of the town, from mesmerising dawns to relieving sunsets. 

The Shakti Vilas

Built at a picturesque location, The Shakti Vilas is one of the most possessed luxury resorts by Trulyy India in Udaipur.  

Hotel Hadi Rani Palace

A budget property in the city of lakes, where you will feel the warmth of your own home and hospitality services like a luxurious hotel.

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Places to visit...

City Palace

On the shores of Lake Pichola, the magnificent structure known as City Palace Udaipur has earned the honor of being the most popular and romantic destination for couples. It takes a day to see the entire palace, whose magnificent construction is a testament to the royal kingdoms of the Rajput dynasty. The palace’s history and beauty continue to serve as a model for many other monuments today.


Jag Mandir

In addition to the breathtaking view of the lake from the palace, the Jag Mandir Palace is also known for its exquisite interiors, majestic style of architecture, and complex marble sculptures. It is located on an island in Lake Pichola. You can take lovely photographs to bring back home while taking evening boat rides in the lake.


Lake Pichola

The setting of the lake will transport you into a surreal movie-like scenario with four islands to visit: Jag Mandir, Mohan Mandir, Jag Niwas, and Arsi Villas. This place is one of the most stunning tourist attractions to visit. The evening boat trip around the lake and soaking in the stunning sunset are the most pleasant and soothing things to do here.


Saheliyon ki Bari

Saheliyon ki Bari is a gorgeous, huge garden built in the north of Udaipur by Sangram Singh. It is well-known for its lovely lotus lake, marble elephants, superb architecture, fountains, and gardens. The area is well-known for its verdant green lawns, marble artwork, and history to instill in tourists.

India - Udaipur - Saheliyon-Ki-Bari (Garden of the Maids of Honour)

Bagore ki Haveli

Bagore ki Haveli, one of the oldest havelis on Lake Pichola, is home to the most well-known galleries that display Rajputana tradition and history in addition to antique monuments and the largest turban on display in the world. This location is among the top ten must-see attractions in Udaipur where visitors can spend a lot of time.


Vintage Car Museum

The museum, which opened in 2000, is one of the most fascinating tourist destinations for people who enjoy visiting old cars. Visitors come here to learn about the history of these beautiful cars, which were once owned by Udaipur’s royal family. If you happen to be in the area, you absolutely must go here.


Shilpgram - Handicraft and more

Shilpgram, a huge village of 70 acres, is the place to go if you’re looking for a spot in Udaipur that displays art. It’s located approximately 3 kilometres from Udaipur and is committed to preserve the culture and arts of the rural areas while also offering support to the artists and craftsmen


Fateh Sagar Lake

Fateh Sagar Lake, one of the most stunning lakes in Rajasthan, is a must-see location in Udaipur. It is home to three islands, each of which has a well-kept public park that can be reached via boat. The city view enhances as the sun sets at the Horizon, making it a pleasant site to spend the evening.


Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum

A folklore museum that exhibits the diverse folk arts of Rajasthan, such as turbans, dolls, masks, and paintings, is a must-visit location for anybody fascinated by the art and the history of Udaipur.Additionally, there are frequent puppet shows and cultural demonstrations by both local as well as guest artists


The Monsoon Palace

Maharana Sajjan Singh of the Mewar Dynasty constructed this majestic hilltop imperial house, also referred to as the Sajjangarh Palace. The fort was designed to observe the monsoon clouds drift by while providing expansive views of the nearby landscape and distant sunsets. It typically takes one day to hike from the palace to the Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary, which is nearby.


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