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Udaipur

Udaipur

Weather

Udaipur falls in the semi arid zone. Summers (From April to September) are very hot  and dry with the temperature rising to as much as 45 °C. It is advised to avoid visiting the place during summer. Winters (from November to February) are pleasant with temperature around 32 degree Celsius. Winter days are very pleasant while the nights are very cold. Udaipur experiences very little rainfall during July-August. The best time to visit the city is winter or autumn -between mid September to February. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Udaipur lies on the midway between Delhi and Mumbai on the NH 8 which is also known as the Golden Quadrilateral. The east west corridor that connects Porbander and Silchar passes through Udaipur. Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC), Rajasthan Roadways buses are available from Delhi for Udaipur


By Air:

Dabok airport which is also known as the Maharana Pratap is a domestic airport located about 20 km from Udaipur. It offers flights on a daily basis to Mumbai, Delhi, Jodhpur and Jaipur. 



By Rail:

Udaipur railway station connects all major cities of India like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Indore, Gwalior and Bhopal. One of most luxurious trains called the Palace on Wheels makes a regular stop at the Udaipur station. Chetak Expres and Mewar Expres connect Udaipur to New Delhi. For travelers going to North Eastern part of India, Udaipur offers connecting trains to Kota. 


Overview

Udaipur is one of the most precious jewels that Rajasthan has preserved over the years. Udaipur has been the buzz word in tourism industry in India for its great landscape, prodigious palaces, lush green gardens and lovely lakes.

 

Udaipur is located in the southwest of Jaipur and is a perfect blend of modern values and cultural ethos. Rajasthan State Government and the Rajasthan Tourism Authority have done an exemplary work in bestowing the city of Udaipur with international standards. The city witnesses a rush of tourists, especially those who come with the concept of destination weddings or royal weddings in the majestic palaces of Udaipur.

 

The palaces of Udaipur are backdrops of several Bollywood movies.Sumptuous Rajasthani food, glorious ethnic clothing and accessories, melodious folk music, all adds to the beauty of Udaipur.

 

Wide and well built roads for easy accessibility, world class hospitality, an excellent record of performing arts and crafts, Udaipur shares all these with other cities like Jaipur and Jodhpur. The colourful festivals of Udaipur- the ‘Mewar Festival’ and ‘Shilpgram Fair’ have a distinguished status in Indian calendars.