Udaipur is also called "City of Lakes", Udaipur is located in the southern part of Rajasthan state, which is near the Gujarat border. It is surrounded by the Aravali range, which
separates it from Thar Desert. Udaipur is well connected to the surrounding towns and states through the road, rail and air transport
facilities including the Maharana Pratap Airport. Udaipur is spread over 200 square km and stands as the sixth largest city in Rajasthan, Udaipur
Udaipur is situated around the water lakes and surrounded by the green hills of the Aravallis. Located in the middle of Lake Pichola, the famous Lake Palace is one of the most beautiful
places of Udaipur. Fantastic palaces, temples, mansion and countless narrow, crooked, timeless roads combine human reflection to the natural attraction of the city.
1. Lake Garden Palace
The lake garden of Jagannar is probably an inspiration for the Taj Mahal, if the legends are believed. This place has a vast history, and is considered a symbol of friendship between
Rajputs and Mughals. A stream of elegant structures looks palatable to this palace, and this palace will impress any tourist who steps up!
2. Lake Palace
This is a symbol of tourism in Udaipur, and it is also a popular wedding hotspot. Javan Niwas or Lake Mahal is a kind of miracle due to its architecture. This palace is located
on the island of Jag Residence in Pichola Lake, and it was built in the year 1746. It was then turned into a luxury hotel, and now Taj is a branch of luxury resorts. It is also included in many films. Rajasthan
3. Pichola lake
In Udaipur city, this one man has done miracles. It was built in 1362 and later expanded by Rana Uday Singh in the 16th century. This wonderful lake is surrounded by magnificent
palaces, temples, hills and bathing ghats. When you are on one of these lakes, the palace looks absolutely amazing in the evening.
4. The City Palace
Built by the famous Maharana Uday Mirza Singh in 1559, this palace is situated on the banks of Pichola Lake. This castle is a mixture of medieval, European and Chinese architectural
styles. It is a house of 11 magnificent temples that were built by different rulers during different periods. The area of the palace is falling with jars, roofs, courtyards, hanging gardens, pavilions and more.
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