Udaipur Bound? Here's Your Perfect 3-Day Itinerary To The City

Waquar Habib


Also known as the "City of Lakes," Udaipur is a beautiful city in Rajasthan, known for its stunning palaces, lakes, old markets, and vibrant culture. It is also seen as one of the most romantic cities in India.

Doodh Talai Musical Garden | Shutterstock

Day 1: Morning

Start your day by visiting the City Palace, built over a period of nearly 400 years, a magnificent complex offering panoramic views of the city and Lake Pichola.

City Palace | Shutterstock


Head to Jagdish Temple, a large and artistically important Hindu temple located in the middle of the city which has been continuously functional since 1651. Grab lunch at a local restaurant, trying some traditional Rajasthani cuisine.

Jagdish Temple | Shutterstock


Enjoy a peaceful boat ride on Lake Pichola. You'll get breathtaking views of the City Palace and Jag Mandir. The sunset from here is a must-have experience.

Lake Pichola | Shutterstock

Day 2: Morning

Explore the beautiful gardens of Saheliyon Ki Bari, known for its fountains, kiosks, marble elephants, and delightful lotus pools. The garden was built by Rana Sangram Singh.

Saheliyon Ki Bari | Shutterstock


Try local dishes at a restaurant near Fateh Sagar Lake built in th 1680s. Spend the afternoon at Lake as you take a boat ride or simply relax by the lakeside.

Fateh Sagar Lake | Shutterstock


Visit Bagore Ki Haveli to witness the cultural performances and the museum showcasing Mewar's royal heritage. Enjoy dinner at a rooftop restaurant with a view of the illuminated City Palace.

Bagore Ki Haveli | Shutterstock

Day 3: Morning

Start your day by visiting Shilpgram, a rural arts and crafts complex that showcases the traditional rural life of Rajasthan. Enjoy a traditional Rajasthani thali at a local eatery.

Shilpgram | Shutterstock


Spend your afternoon exploring the markets in the old city for traditional Rajasthani handicrafts, textiles, and souvenirs. Take a stroll or rest after your lunch at one of its exquisite gardens.

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End your trip by strolling along Gangaur Ghat. The view of the city at sunset is spectacular. It is known for Bagore-ki-Haveli, a popular tourist destination of the city.

Gangaur Ghat | Wikimedia Commons

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