The beauty of the city has earned it the name 'Venice of the East'. The unending Aravali Hills, gleaming lakes, mesmerizing palaces and romantic hue defines the city of Udaipur. A favored city in the bucket list of tourists, Udaipur is also a centre of performing arts and crafts.
Udaipur at a glance
Language spoken- Rajasthani,English,Hindi
Best time to visit-October to March
Seasons-Summer (March to June) Winter(November to February) Monsoon(July to September)
Cuisine-Rajasthani and other Cuisines
Temperature-Winter- 4 degree to 19 degree, Summer-32 degree to 40 degree.
Places of attraction here are
City Palace: Former royal residence, City Palace is a wonderful building overlooking the Lake Pichola. The palace is adorned with beautiful paintings, glass work and antique furniture which are exquisite. This is the most visited tourist attraction of the city.
Lake Pichola: Built by Picchu Banjara, the lake was constructed during the time of Maharana Lakha. It is one of the largest lakes of Udaipur and enlists itself among the most pictorial lakes in Rajasthan due to its magnificence.
Bagore ki Haveli: The place is an old mansion which is now converted into a museum displaying local art. The haveli is popular for the cultural night it hosts for its visitors showcasing the Rajasthani culture through variety of folk dances and a puppet show.