Wel.e To The Royal City, Udaipur-diqua

Travel-and-Leisure Udaipur is one of the most amusingly beautiful cities of India. Cloaked in sheer royalty this city transports you to the era of Raja-maharajas. Its palaces, lakes, museums, monuments, culture, cuisine and handicrafts make it a famous destination of Rajasthan. Affectionately dubbed as the ‘city of lakes’, it boasts of lovely lakes. It is famous for its palaces, lakes, temples and other structures. The foundation of the city was laid by Maharana Udai Singh in the year 1559. This beautiful tourist destination is situated amidst the Aravalli mountain ranges and is famous across the globe for its fairytale palaces. Though this city has number of awe-inspiring palaces yet the charm of the city palace stands alone Popularly known as the ‘Venice of the East’, Udaipur is a princely city boasting of some of the finest heritage hotels which offer royal flavor of this incredible land. The Lake Palace is the most famous among all the heritage hotels here. It is located amidst Lake Pichola. It has been voted among the most romantic hotels in the world. A white marble palace built in 1746 has been converted into a palace hotel. The rooms are quite pricey, but even if you can’t afford staying there, make sure you visit it for dinner with your beloved. There are many museums which will make sure that you get to see everything about the royal history of this city. The City Palace Museum, Shilpgram Museum and Ahar Museum are must visit. Fateh Sagar Lake and Pichola Lake are a must see for every tourist. The food of Udaipur has to be as royal as the city itself is. People here love to eat lot of spices. The food here is very elaborate and delicious. You will get to eat lot of dishes and sweets. The food is vegetarian but you do get some non-vegetarian dishes as well. Lal-Ghosht and Khadi mirch ka ghost are very famous non-vegetarian dishes of this place. Shopping is a great delight in Udaipur as its markets are full of a variety of wonderful handicrafts such as embroidered juttis, puppets, tie and dye fabrics, silver jewelry, paintings, wooden articles, metal objects etc. The city is well connected by roads. It lies in the centre of national highway NH-8 running from Delhi to Mumbai. It is just 700 km from these two metro cities. It is well connected by Delhi, Jaipur and Surat. Journey by private vehicle will take more 8 hrs to this city. Regular private, state, deluxe tourist bus service is available. You can book your cheap bus tickets in India online and save your money. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: