Explore Udaipur’s beautiful lakes, temples and palaces
Ideal as a home base for your trip to the City of Lakes, Radisson Udaipur is near the city’s bus and railway stations as well as must-see attractions like Sahelion-Ki-Bari and City Palace. Get a bird’s-eye view of this gorgeous part of Rajasthan from the Ropeway, a 387-metre ride in a cable car over the Aravalli Mountains. After you’ve visited all of Udaipur’s historic temples and palaces, plan a day trip to Sajjangarh Biological Park, home to a popular zoo and the Monsoon Temple.
Shopping and entertainment
- Lake City Mall (adjacent)
This mall is connected to the Radisson and offers shopping, dining and two movie cinemas just steps from your hotel room. While there, you can buy a book from Crossword to enjoy with a cup of coffee from Cafe Hide Out.
Phone: +91 966-746-6660
- Ropeway (5 km)
Watch the sun set over the city from one of the Ropeway’s bright red cable cars. Along the Ropeway, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Aravalli Mountains and landmarks like Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake and Sajjangarh Fort.
Lakes, parks and gardens
- Gulab Bagh and Zoo (3.6 km)
Well known for its rose gardens and its library filled with rare manuscripts, Gulab Bagh features a variety of attractions spread across 100 acres along Pichola Lake.
Phone: +91 782-196-0903
- Sahelion-Ki-Bari (3.7 km)
This beautiful courtyard boasts glistening pools, elephant-shaped fountains and vibrant flora. Considered one of the most beautiful gardens in the city, Sahelion-Ki-Bari has become a popular tourist destination.
- Fateh Sagar Lake (4.4 km)
Within the City of Lakes, Fateh Sagar Lake is arguably the most prominent. Take in lovely views of rolling hills and Pratap Memorial as you ride a boat to Nehru Park, which sits on an island in the middle of the lake.
- Lake Pichola (4.4 km)
This artificial 14th-century lake is famous for the palaces and temples that overlook it, including City Palace. You can take a boat ride to Jag Mandir, a stunning palace built on an island in the lake.
- Sajjangarh Biological Park (10 km)
This wildlife sanctuary and zoo is home to Himalayan black bears, jungle cats, tigers, sambars and more. You can also explore Monsoon Palace during your visit.
Phone: +91 982-856-8336
Temples and palaces
- Jagdish Temple (3.8 km)
From the 79-foot spires to the huge stone elephants that greet everyone at the entrance, Jagdish Temple is a must-see architectural wonder from the 17th century.
Phone: +91 838-798-7510
- City Palace (4 km)
Composed of several different palaces, the impressive City Palace complex is the largest and most popular attraction in Rajasthan. Be sure to explore the many museums, gardens and art galleries throughout City Palace.
- Monsoon Palace (11 km)
This stunning 19th-century weather observatory, located in Sajjangarh Biological Park, offers a place to see local lakes, admire a sunset or watch monsoon clouds roll in.
- Nathdwara (48 km)
This city, situated northwest of Udaipur in the Aravalli Mountains, is famous for its pichhwai artwork and the Shrinathji Temple. Be sure to take home your own masterpiece while you’re visiting the city.