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Udaipur, Rajasthan

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Udaipur is a city of lakes that is frequently referred to as the “Venice of the East.” The Aravalli mountain range surrounds the city on all sides. Founded by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1553, it served as the former capital of the Mewar Kingdom. One of Udaipur’s most breathtaking sights is the renowned Lake Palace, which is situated in the middle of Lake Pichola. Jaisamand Lake, the second-largest artificial sweet water lake in Asia, is also located in the city. Udaipur’s beauty is unparalleled, with its glistening lakes visible from nearly every rooftop, its enchanting palaces, its sweeping havelis, its revered temples, and its narrow lanes winding through colourful markets that are just as old as the city itself. One of the most picturesque cities in the nation, Udaipur is surrounded by thick forests and rocky hills, and is blessed with magical sunrises and sunsets that turn its lakes into pools of gold.

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Lake Pichola
Lake Pichola, which is surrounded by imposing mountains, magnificent forts, and opulent palaces, is a place of dreams. It is magical to watch the rising sun ignite the limpid blue sky. It’s equally captivating to merely observe the mountains’ long shadows cast on the water as the sun sets and the twinkling stars mix with the lights from the nearby hotels and restaurants. One of the largest and oldest lakes in Udaipur, Pichola has four islands and is situated in the city’s centre. Boatrides on the lake are one of Udaipur’s unmissable experiences.
City Palace
The imposing City Palace, which rises from the shore of Lake Pichola, is a magnificent symbol of royal past Udaipur and Rajasthan. It is the largest palace in Rajasthan. The palace complex consists of 11 smaller palaces and has a facade that is 244 m long and 30.4 m high. The city’s founder, Maharana Udai Singh II, began building the palace in 1599, and his successors expanded it. It is an architectural wonder that perfectly combines Rajasthani, Mughal, European, and oriental architectural styles, adorned with elaborate towers, cupolas, arched doorways, and protruding balconies.
Vintage Car Museum
The Vintage Car Museum, one of Udaipur’s top attractions, is home to a collection of exquisite vehicles once owned by the royal family. There are 22 vehicles in this collection, which have been on display in the Mewar State Motor Garage. The 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom, the Cadillac Convertible, and the 1938 Cadillac seven-seater are some of the museum’s most attractive automobiles. The cars on display are all still fully functional, and many of them have been modified to meet the needs of the Mewar family.