I recently got the chance to visit the picturesque city – Udaipur. Well, this was not the first time we have visited the City of Lakes. But it was the first time we visited this bravura city with our daughter and my in-laws. My husband and I first traveled to this place on our first anniversary in 2014, it is one of the romantic getaways, nostalgia was in the air then, and this time too because for my daughter it was her first holiday destination.
Back in 2014, all we did was long walks in the city, as every nooks and corner of this colorful city is filled with art and talented artisans. It is nice and cozy that makes it one of the greatest places to holiday as well as look into the lives of the Rajput maharajas. The locals are very friendly plus always welcome for a chat – be it rickshawalas or shopkeepers or chaiwalas. And that is why it has become a tourist-friendly spot attracting tourists from all over the world. As a woman, it was a city that gave the feeling of woman-friendly and secure as well.
It is a city where you can sit and watch the sunset, go for long walks and dine at the rooftop restaurants. And we managed to exactly do all that in both of our trips. Covering all the explorings is not possible in a single post. So I will be accommodating in some other posts as well. Also, this will be my first post about travel, so forgive me for any mistakes.
Moreover, I will be reliving those nostalgic memories through these posts. In addition to this, I am promising myself that we will have more holidays together this year. So here are some pictures of our holiday in Udaipur as a photo feature.
A view of Lake Pichola from the City Palace
City of Lakes
A view from Lake Pichola
City Palace – Udaipur
Inside City Palace
Overall Beautiful Palaces +Nice Weather + Greenery Everywhere + Aravalli Mountain Range + Spectacular Views of Lakes = UDAIPUR
P.S. Nice place to shop ladies, those who can bargain can perform very well here but keep in mind to check the product thoroughly!!!!
Have you visited Udaipur? If yes, what was your experience like?