Places to see  in udaipur 

The City Palace of Udaipur is a majestic architectural marvel that stands as a testament to the city's royal heritage. Built over several centuries, it combines Rajput and Mughal architectural styles.

City Palace

Lake Pichola is the most famous of Udaipur's many lakes, and a boat ride on its tranquil waters is a must. The lake is adorned with stunning landmarks like the Lake Palace, Jag Mandir, and the City Palace, all of which appear to float on its surface.

Lake Pichola

Jag Mandir, also known as the "Lake Garden Palace," is an island palace located on Lake Pichola. This architectural gem boasts intricate marble carvings and is surrounded by lush gardens.

Jag Mandir

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Jagdish Temple is a significant religious site in Udaipur. Built in 1651, it features remarkable Indo-Aryan architecture with beautifully sculpted pillars, intricately carved ceilings, and a black stone idol of Lord Jagdish. 

Jagdish   Temple

Known as the "Gardens of the Maidens," Saheliyon-ki-Bari is a splendid garden adorned with fountains, lotus pools, marble pavilions, and lush greenery. This peaceful retreat was designed for the royal ladies, providing a respite from the scorching desert heat.


Fateh Sagar Lake is another picturesque lake in Udaipur and is surrounded by hills and lush greenery. The lake is dotted with three small islands, including Nehru Park. Boating and picnicking by the lake are popular activities, and the views of the city from the Nehru Park are stunning.

Fateh  Sagar  Lake

Perched on a hill, the Sajjangarh Palace, also known as the Monsoon Palace, offers panoramic views of Udaipur and its lakes.

Sajjangarh Palace (Monsoon Palace)

Located about 22 kilometers from Udaipur, the Ekling Ji Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a significant pilgrimage site. The temple complex boasts stunning architecture with intricate carvings and a serene ambiance that's perfect for introspection.

Shri Ekling Ji Temple