Top 11 Places to Visit in Udaipur 3 Days Trip

Places to Visit in Udaipur

Places to Visit in Udaipur

Udaipur is the ideal destination for a short holiday if you’re looking for natural and ancient beauty. One of Rajasthan’s most picturesque and well-known cities in Udaipur. A visit to the city of lakes is a must on any extended travel in the state.

I recently went on a week-long road trip through Rajasthan with my wife, including a three-day stop at Udaipur. Although there is plenty of attractions in the city, including the city palace, well-known temples, and other historical buildings, one should pay attention to the true beauty that gives the city its vibrant spirit. Hotels in Udaipur can never make you feel low as they are so innovative, and creative to stay in.

I stayed at Howard Johnson hotel through one of my friend’s references and they availed me with the details about this city like how to go with a pre-planned itinerary list. Although I created mine with it. You can read it below.

Unlike normal tourists, we abandoned automobiles and walked through the lanes instead. There are recognizable paintings reflecting the splendor of Mewar in every nook and cranny. One should not pass up a simple chat with a local over a cup of tea because it is enlightening with folklore and stories.

So let’s get right to the top attractions you should take advantage of during your three-day trip to Udaipur.

The palace offers an onsite cafe called Palki Khana and The Sunset Terrace restaurant. We didn’t test the food at any of these, but they all have high ratings across various web directories. If you feel like getting treated like royalty, check it out!

A terrace garden with fully grown trees and plants at a height of 100 feet is another attraction of the castle. It was a truly fantastic and fascinating phenomenon to witness.

Government-approved guides are available for a palace tour but are not necessary. If you’d like, you can choose an audio tour instead. In addition, a trip to the municipal palace does make one tired. . Not to mention that a trip to the city palace will empty your wallet. Parking and entrance costs are also charged, and they are fairly expensive.

Attractions within City Palace Parking at City Palace Udaipur are priced at INR 350.

Basic Entry Fee: INR 30 per person (multiple entrances and exits permitted).

Individual admission to the City Palace Museum is 300 INR.

INR 750 gets you into the Crystal Gallery.

Evening Light and Sound Show: 350 INR for lower-level sitting and 550 INR for higher-level seats (higher-level seating)

Choose lower-level tickets for the light and spectacular sound. Everything is audible, visible, and heard.

Take a Lake Pichola boat ride.

It is one of Udaipur’s five famous lakes. A boat trip should be on your three-day schedule for Udaipur, and what better place to enjoy one than Lake Pichola?

With the vast Aravalli mountain range as a backdrop, the boat trip offers some breathtaking views of the adjacent prominent Best hotels in Udaipur, including the Udai Villas, Leela, Oberoi, and the Lake Palace hotel.

For the boat ride, there are two choices. One is a municipal boat ride sponsored by the government, and the city palace hosts the other:

government-sponsored boat tours

Lake Pichola Municipal Boat Ride Point, the starting point

About 1 mile separates it from the City Palace. Up to 2 p.m., the ride costs 150 INR. The ticket is 250 INR after 2 pm. This journey takes between 15 and 20 minutes. The Jagmohan Palace does not offer a stopover.

Rides in private boats departing from the City Palace

A ticket can be purchased at the palace entrance. About 40 minutes pass during this ride. At Jag Mandir, there is a halt where visitors may view additional beautiful buildings and kept-up gardens. While taking in the picturesque vistas all around you, you may also visit the nearby restaurant, which is a bit pricey.

Admire the Lake Garden Palace’s Beautiful Architecture (Jag Mandir Island)

Two islands in Lake Pichola are Taj Lake Palace and Lake Garden Palace. They only have boat access and have fantastic nighttime views.

The Taj Lake Palace is a five-star hotel that the IHC (TATAs) rents out and draws guests with its upscale dining options. But due to security concerns, they now only accommodate in-house visitors since the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.

The Mewar kings’ summer residence was Jag Mandir or Lake Palace Garden. Tourists now visit it to take in the architectural splendor and unwind while enjoying breathtaking views of the City Palace.

It is advisable to take a tour after noon to enjoy Udaipur’s skyline, which is lined with the city’s historic landmarks.

4. Wander about Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary

The Sajjangarh wildlife sanctuary is located at the foot of a hill on the city’s outskirts. It is a zoological park containing various species, including ostriches, tigers, lions, bears, tortoises, migratory birds, and crocodiles, despite being called a nature refuge.

The park can be explored on foot, by golf cart, or by bicycle by visitors. The tickets are a reasonable INR 37 per person, and parking is provided for INR 10.

The Vintage Car Museum offers a taste of classic cars.

The Vintage Car Museum is a kilometer away from the City Palace. The best collection of antique automobiles and cultural history are displayed in this museum, which is a visual delight and offers a pure sense of royalty.

Wander Through the Tempting Gulab Bagh

The magnificent and warm Gulab Bagh is directly across the street and spans 66 acres. It was constructed in the 1800s and included a lake, numerous temples, ponds, a renowned library, and a few government buildings.

A stroll through the park will undoubtedly transport you to the past. The historic buildings and the ingrained architecture among the lush greenery serve as the ideal starting point for a family picnic or a romantic stroll with your significant other.

At the Karni Mata Temple, receive blessings.

Karni Mata Temple is one of Udaipur’s attractions that should be noticed. Devotees and enthusiasts can get to this location, which is close to the City Palace (approximately 1.5 km), by foot or via ropeway.

It was encouraging to see older adults happily walking the 700 steps that lead to the temple. Seeing a Majhar (shrine) directly next to a temple and seeing individuals of both religions peacefully taking comfort in their convictions was an uncommon and comforting sight.

Shop Until You Drop in Udaipur’s Local Markets

The propensity of Udaipur to pamper any visitor is well recognized. There isn’t a nook where you won’t be able to get your hands on anything unique and artistic. On the other hand, it merely showcases the skill and labor of the locals of this area.

There are markets for handicrafts, crockery, footwear, and paintings (Hathi Pole, Bada Bazaar, and Bapu Bazaar, respectively) (Rajasthali – a Government emporium).

For a Real Rural Rajasthani Experience, go to Shilpgram.

Shilpgram is the location to go if you want to learn about a typical rural Rajasthani family’s way of life. This hamlet, which spans a surface area of 70 acres, is an organic representation of their culture and heritage.

The complex was built to spread knowledge and awareness of Rajasthan’s rural arts and crafts. Shilpgram offers a fantastic opportunity for tourists and gives rural and urban artists a chance to meet and collaborate through camps and workshops.

On the complex’s grounds, in addition to shopping, you may take advantage of live pottery demonstrations, camel rides, cultural events, etc. Don’t forget to stop by the fantastic restaurant located inside the property for a snack.

Take Beautiful Photos of Sajjangarh Fort’s Views

The Monsoon palace, which Maharaja Sajjan Singh erected, is situated at the hill’s summit and provides a panoramic view of the city and surrounding area.

Due to its viewpoint and location, the fort—originally intended to be an astronomical observatory—was transformed into a monsoon retreat and a hunting lodge for the royal family. The magnificent views from the top of the hill and the captivating sunrise are a photographer’s dream.

 Day 1 of the 3-Day Itinerary for Udaipur

It would help if you toured the historic district the first day you are in Udaipur. Most big sites are all nearby and easily accessible on foot: Jag mandir, city palace, lake Pichola, hathipole bazaar.

Day Two of the 3-Day Itinerary for Udaipur

Get an early start on the second day of the three-day tour to Udaipur. Prepare yourself and proceed immediately to Fateh Sagar Lake.



Sajjangarh Biological park

Sajjangarh fort

Day Three of a 3-Day Itinerary for Udaipur

Spend the morning at the Karni Mata Temple and Ropeway, followed by some shopping, on the final day.

Karni mata temple 

Vintage Car meuseum

Bapu bazar

Gulaab Bagh

Apart from this Wedding Venues in Udaipur is the other significant attraction of this city. Royalness, lavishness, and leisure along with pleasure are what one must look for inside this city. The entire experience was really great, I must say that one must stay at Howard Johnson for its amazing hospitality.