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  • 1 Udaipur Old Town Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    IND - Udaipur 313001

    The waters of Pichola Lake lap against the whitewashed houses of the old town. As you explore the narrow alleyways of the town, don't miss the former palace of the Maharaja of Bagore (Bagore ki Haveli), which now houses a museum, or the 17C Jagdish t..

  • 2 City Palace Complex (Udaipur) Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    IND - Udaipur 313001

    The palace of the Maharaja of Udaipur, or the City Palace, is considered to be the largest palace-fortress in Rajasthan, measuring 500m in length and 30m in height. Showing strong Mughal influence, the palace overlooks Pichola Lake and boasts stunnin..

  • 3 City Palace Museum (Udaipur) Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Complexe du City Palace IND - Udaipur 313001

    The City Palace Museum is housed in a maze of splendidly decorated palace buildings, exhibiting collections of miniatures and weapons, including the armour of Pratap Singh, weighing 75kg, and his horse Chetak's coat of mail, which is decorated with a..

  • 4 Pichola Lake Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    IND - Udaipur 313001

    An undeniable highlight of the beautiful city of Udaipur, Pichola Lake has two islands dotted with princely palaces which can be accessed by boat - although some maintain it is possible to get across on foot before the monsoon. The elegant Jag Niwas ..

  • 5 Garden of the Maids of Honour (Saheliyon ki Bari) Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    IND - Udaipur 313001

    The delightful enclosed garden of Saheliyon ki Bari has retained all its traditional charm. Designed in the early 18C for the ladies of the court and rearranged under Fateh Singh (late 19C), it is adorned with a beautiful pool embellished with founta..

  • The Indian Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts is home to an interesting collection of exhibits from Rajasthan, including musical instruments, costumes, jewellery, paintings and figurines depicting scenes from rural life. A puppet show takes place ..

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