Lal Ghat


Lal Ghat is the traditional raveller ghetto of Udaipur. Now, along with with budget hotels, handicraft shops and rooftop restaurants there are several midrange and even top-end hotels. Although very touristy it is still a great place to stay.

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1. Bagore-ki-Haveli

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This gracious 18th-century haveli (traditional, ornately decorated residence), set on the water’s edge at Gangaur Ghat, was built by a Mewar prime…

2. Jagdish Temple

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Reached by a steep, elephant-flanked flight of steps, 150m north of the City Palace’s Badi Pol, this busy Indo-Aryan temple was built by Maharana Jagat…

3. Badi Pol

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The main entrance to the City Palace complex, built in 1615.

4. Tripolia Gate

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This three-arched gate was built in 1711 and opens onto the large Manesh Chowk in the City Palace complex.

5. City Palace Museum

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The main part of the City Palace is open as the City Palace Museum, with rooms extravagantly decorated with mirrors, tiles and paintings, and housing a…

6. Government Museum

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Entered from Ganesh Chowk, this museum has a splendid collection of jewel-like miniature paintings of the Mewar school and a turban that belonged to Shah…

7. City Palace


Surmounted by balconies, towers and cupolas towering over the lake, the imposing City Palace is Rajasthan’s largest palace, with a facade 244m long and 30…

8. Crystal Gallery

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Houses rare crystal that Maharana Sajjan Singh (r 1874–84) ordered from F&C Osler & Co in England in 1877. The maharana died before it arrived, and all…