Udaipur, the beautiful city of lakes compels millions of tourist to visit India. This wonderful lake city shelters amidst the terrifically flourishing Aravalli Ranges. Also, the former royal city and the second most popular attraction of Rajasthan after Jaipur was the capital of the imperial state, Mewar. The city was created by famous Maharana Udai Singh in 1557; since then it is enjoying immense attention by the tourist, all over the world. Along with the tremendous lakes, the city also houses stunning temples, and monuments. An evening on Udaipur's lakes having appetizing cuisines or visiting various palaces or temples of the city will just turn you on. The view from the marvelous attractions of Udaipur is just speechless.
Further, the city takes full care of visitors comfort by offering them luxurious palace hotels and resorts. The graceful settings and splendor of these luxurious hotels of Udaipur has been captivating for all its tourists and those who wish to experience a king size life can actually make it possible by staying at one of these glorious edifices. Truly, the greatest way to experience the royal quintessence of the Udaipur is by a stay at one of the magnificent heritage hotels of the city. Also, one still get to see the glimpse of royal dining room in the cuisines of Udaipur. Yes! The princely city offers a royal dinner to each and every guests of it. It is the best place to have a romantic dinner with your love ones.
Let's have a look at some of the popular attractions of Udaipur Lake Palace: One of the most famed attractions of Udaipur is located on the Jag Niwas Island in Lake Pichola. Made of elegant marbles, the lake was initially constructed as a majestic summer palace. However, it was later converted into lavish 5 Star hotels, which comes under 'Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces'.
Jag Mandir: it is the second island situated in the eminent Lake Pichola, which is admired for its appealing garden courtyard. You might be surprise to know that the celebrated emperor Shah Jahan took shelter, here while he was revolting against his own father over some issue. Jag Mandir sites a striking restaurant, which serves delicious cuisines to its tourists.
Monsoon Palace: Also, recognized as Sajjan Garh Palace, Monsoon Palace was the summer resorts of the emperors. Positioned atop the hills, overlooking the startling lakes, the resort is a great place to spend some family time together. This place also comprises a technique to collect rain water for further utilization.
Jagdish Temple: Constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh 1st, Jagdish Temple is the most popular Hindu temple of the city. The temple is the perfect exemplar of Indo Aryan style. The great architecture of the temple is the famous tourist attraction of Udaipur. One can find many diverse kinds of merchandises in this temple.
Lake Pichola: Initially established by Maharana Udai Singh II, the lake is the home to two beautiful islands, Jag Niwas and the Jag Mandir. Offering a perfect view to the visitors, the lake is accessible through boats from the City Palace of Udaipur.
So, all those who are planning to make their next trip memorable can avail Udaipur tours and enjoy.