- The best time to travel to Udaipur is from October to March – when the city is pleasantly cold, dry and windy.
- Udaipur is reachable through all means of transport. I took a flight from Delhi, which is around 40 minutes in duration.
- Udaipur is relatively a safer city. Intra-city travel is easy because of the availability of Ola and Uber. My cab riding experience here has been really good here!
- You will not get starved here due to the huge variety of food being offered – both for vegetarian and non-vegetarian people.
Udaipur is rightly called the city of lakes. I spent my first day at the Lake Fatehsagar, which is away from the crowd and is a lot calmer. One of the four major lakes of the city, Fatehsagar lake is a man made lake, constructed some 200 years ago.
And then I decided to get clicked again! Some beautiful background always calls for a beautiful subject!
Fresh flowers are here in abundance – artificially placed or grown naturally. And getting a picture there is a must!
After spending some good amount of time here, I came back to the city, using the same boat. The boats come back to pick you up after every 20 minutes.
The next stop in my mind was a place to have some authentic Rajasthani Thali. One thing that I loved about Udaipur is that the cab drivers turned out to be very helpful. They guided me to a good restaurant called the Natraj Dining Hall and Restaurant and I had one of the best thalis I have ever had.