|Udaipur, the city of lakes, is also known as the Venice of the east majorly owing to the beautifully architecture monuments, forts and the very peaceful lakes. Udaipur drastically enhances the tourism of Rajasthan by its traditionalist décor and historic monuments existing since ages. Also known for its museums, Udaipur, gathers tourist attention from every corner of the world.|
|Udaipur City Palace|
Fateh Prakash Palace is royalty at its best. The luxuriously carved out architecture brings to you comfort, convenience and class. It Is a symbol of status and depicts the warmth of royal hospitality as oon as you enter the place.
Lake Palace is an amazingly beautiful palace placed in the center of Pichola Lake in Jag Niwas Island. The beauty of the palace towering out of the turquoise water is beyond compare.
Some old buildings like Bagore ki haveli and Maharana Pratap Memorial also carry with them the vast knowledge about the local cultures and traditions. The glass and the mirror work done on the interiors is remarkable. The evening also comes to life with the most beautiful rajasthani folk dance and music making tourists drown deep in its authenticity. Known as the city of lakes, Udaipur is indeed enveloped by beautiful lakes like Lake Pichola that encloses the Jag Niwas Island and Jag Mandir. The delightful Fateh Sagar lake embroidered by hills and woodlands is an artificial lake constructed for the purpose of conserving water. Asia’s second largest Jaisamand lake is also an artificial lake elegantly leading to the gorgeous marble chatri and a shiv Mandir on its banks enhancing the beauty of the city of lakes.
|Lake Palace Udaipur|
|Bagore ki haveli|
|Maharana Pratap Memorial|