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Founded by Maharaja Udai Singh of the Sisodia dynasty in 1559, Udaipur is situated at the banks of Lake Pichola and surrounded by mountains, lakes and forests. With its lakes and mountains, it is almost like a mirage in the vast sandy desert of Rajasthan. Over the years, Udaipur has earned numerous names for itself because of its impressive beauty like the 'City of Dawn', 'Lake City', 'Jewel of Mewar' and 'Venice of East'. It is one of the most famous cities of India and is visited by tourists from both India and abroad in large numbers.

Places of interest in Udaipur
The City Palace - Built by Maharaja Udai Singh, the City Palace is a wonderful structure of marble & granite that overlooks Lake Pichola. The City Palace has exquisitely carved and intricately sculptured palatial structures that enchant tourists with their spectacular beauty. It is one of the most important attraction that a tourist must visit during his trip to Udaipur

The Lake Palace - The Lake Palace is yet another place that tourists must visit during their trip to Udaipur. The palace is nearby the City Palace and gives an impression of floating in the lake Pichola. One of the most beautiful palaces in the world, the Lake palace is a classic example of Rajasthani architecture.

Sahelion Ki Bari - Sahelion Ki Bari or the garden of maidens is also very close to the City Palace and is a major tourist spot. The garden was built by Maharaja Sangram Singh, the garden is a perfect place for picnic and enjoyment. There is also a museum that displays the objects used by the people of royal household.

Fateh Sagar & Nehru Park - Overlooked by a number of hills from three sides and the Pratap Memorial on the north, this is a spectacular lake built by Maharana Fateh Singh. In between the lake is Nehru Park - a breathtaking garden island with a boat shaped cafe approachable by an enjoyable boat ride.

Jag Mandir - Standing in the middle of the Lake Pichhola is the island palace Jag Mandir, where prince Khuman Singh, (best known as emperor Shahjahan, who the built the world famous Taj Mahal), sought refuse from his father emperor Jahangir. This three story building was completed by Maharana Jagat Singh Ist in 1652 A.D.

Shopping in Udaipur
Shopping in Udaipur, tourists come across beautiful handicrafts and jewelleries that are a complete delight for them. Other than this folk toys, images of gods and goddesses and painted fabrics are the most popular buys for tourists. Shops around the Lake Palace and Jagdish temple offer abundant opportunities to tourists to buy these items. These beautiful items become a memory for lifetime for tourists visiting Udaipur.

Reaching Udaipur
Air - Udaipur is connected to Delhi via Jaipur by both Indian airlines flight and Jet airways flight. Both the airlines operate direct flights to Udaipur from Mumbai, Jaipur and Jodhpur.

Rail - Udaipur is connected to Delhi, Jaipur, Ajmer, Chittaurgarh and Ahmedabad. Those tourists who are travelling from Mumbai can reach Udaipur by train via Ahmedabad.

Road - If tourists want to travel by road then like Jaipur, Udaipur is also connected to Delhi by national highway no 8. Roadways also connect Udaipur to Ajmer, Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Jodhpur. Bus services are available from Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. For tourists visiting Udaipur, transportation never poses a problem.

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