This Heritage walk of Udaipur takes you through its streets to uncover the city's history and culture. You'll meet your English speaking guide at the Palace Gate where you'll learn about the City Palace and appreciate its architectural fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. From here, you can get excellent photographs of the panorama of the city. Then you'll walk through the streets to Ganghaur Ghat, at the waterfront of Lake Pichola. It's a site of celebration and amazingly colorful. Then you'll see the Bagor Ki Haveli built in the 18th century by the Prime Minister of Mewar, before you explore the older parts of the city. There are miniature paintings for you to see here, made by the local vendors. It's a perfect way to go about a day learning about Udaipur's culture and its people.
Feel like a Bollywood superstar as you visit Udaipur and discover its spectacular beauty that looks like it was taken out of a scene from the movies! Explore its mesmerizing Ghats and beautiful lakes that would reconfirm its title as the ‘Venice of the East’. Start your walking tour at the breathtaking Ambrai Ghat, famed for its romantic atmosphere and remarkable panoramic views of the city where you will feel an indescribable peace welling up in you. Your next stop would be at the Hanuman Ghat, dedicated to Lord Ram’s favorite disciple, the monkey god, Hanuman. Be in awe of its high walls and big steps - watch out as there may be monkeys hanging around the area as well. The short tour also includes a visit to the Nav Ghat, Gangaur Ghat, and the vibrant Lal Ghat, making travelers fall in love with its colorful embellishments. Cap off your adventure with a relaxing boat ride along the beautiful Lake Pichola and bask in Udaipur City’s captivating charm.
Experience authentic Udaipur on this walking tour! With the nickname City of Lake, Udaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan is considered one of the most beautiful cities on the subcontinent. It is called the Venice of the East due to its royal history and rich heritage. With the majestic city palace looming over the city, the lake studded with palaces in the middle, and romantic restaurants interspersed in every corner, you'll never run out of things to do in Udaipur. Join this walking tour and explore Ghanta Ghar, the clock tower of Rajasthan. Then visit the Rang Niwas Misthan and Shree Sheetalnath Temple, before heading over to Jagdish Temple, a large Hindu temple made in the Indo-Aryan style of architecture. Your next stop is Bagore Ki Haveli, an 18th century mansion located by the edge of Lake Pichola. Some other attractions you'll visit on this tour are Gangaur Ghat, Lal Ghat, Baddu Darwaz, the City Palace, and the Jagat Shiromanee Temple. This tour is perfect for friends and family!
Witness Udaipur's ancient glory rooting from the Rajput dynasties at night on this evening walking tour! This city is known by many names—Jewel of Mewar, City of Lakes, and City of Sunrise. But what it's really known for is its royal history, natural beauty, and climate. In fact, Udaipur is considered as India's most romantic city, and houses the world's most romantic hotel, the city palace. On this night walking tour, your first stop is Aravali Vatika, a three layer landscape garden with an artificial lake. Then you'll visit Fatehshwar Mahadev Temple followed by Fateh Sagar Pal or Lake Fateh Sagar, the second artificial lake of Udaipur (the first being Jaisamand Lake). Take a walk along the walkway and watch the breathtaking twinkling lights on the river. Head over to the famous Kamlesh tea stall to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea, or perhaps the popular Bread Pakoda. If you want to see the beauty of nature and hear mesmerizing stories of the past, then this evening walking tour of Udaipur is for you.
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What people are saying about Walking Tours in Udaipur
Really great tour with a very positive and knowledgable guide! We chose to start first thing in the morning so were able to visit the City Palace before the crowds flooded in which was amazing! As it was nearly Holi time, our guide even later added a bonus stop for us at the local Hindu temple which was extremely interesting and we valued it a lot! Highly recommend!