Udaipur has emerged as one of most frequented cities in India by both national and international tourists. The city offers a beautiful glimpse of its rich culture and history at every nook and corner. Udaipur is a the city of the legends and braves, which houses magnificent forts, palaces and numerous tourist attractions.
Udaipur’s music and dance have been well preserved to their authentic form, amazingly showcasing the remnants of its royal past. Some of the famous dance forms include Kachhi Ghodi, Terahtaali, Ghoomar, Kalbeliya and Bhavai and the folk music is played using melodious the traditional instruments such as Tanpura, Naad, Sarangi and Morchang.
Udaipur has so much to offer, when it comes to cuisine. Offering a wide array of flavors and aromas, some of the must-try delicacies are Laal Mans, Dal Baati Churma and Kair Sangri.
How to reach Udaipur
With Maharana Pratap Airport located only 22 Kilometers from the city, Udaipur is well connected with all the major Indian cities, with frequent flights flying from Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. From there on you can take a taxi or hire a cab to reach the city.
Located at a comfortable driving distance from the city, Udaipur City Railway Station is connected with all major railway stations in India. You can find frequent trains that run to and fro from Udaipur. If you are planning a luxurious travel to this city you can also book the majestic Palace on Wheels.
Udaipur is well connected with other Indian cities with a brilliant road network. There is a regular bus service from Udaipur Bus Stand to the nearby cities including Jaipur, Delhi, Indore, Ajmer, Kota, Chittorgarh, Mt. Abu and Ahmadabad.