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See Udaipur’s landscape, temples and palaces

Radisson Udaipur offers an outstanding location near transportation hubs like the city’s bus and railway stations as well as must-see attractions like Sahelion-Ki-Bari and the City Palace. Udaipur, the City of the Lakes, can be best seen from the Ropeway, a 387-metre cable that transports riders over the Aravali Mountains and offers jaw-dropping views along the way. If you’ve managed to see all of Udaipur’s historic temples and palaces and you’re looking for other things to do, then take a day trip to Nathdwara, home of the prominent Shrinathji Temple

Visit these area destinations:

  • Lake City Mall (adjacent)
    This popular mall is connected to the Radisson and offers shopping, dining and movie options just steps from your hotel room. Be sure to try the specialty Indian cuisine at the mall’s fine dining restaurant, too.
  • Gulab Bagh and Zoo (3.6 km)
    Most popular for its rose gardens, zoo and toy train, Gulab Bagh features 100 acres of interesting landscape along Pichola Lake.
    Phone: +91 782-196-0903
  • Sahelion-Ki-Bari (3.7 km)
    Also known as the Garden of the Maidens, this beautiful courtyard boasts glistening pools, elephant-shaped fountains and vibrant flora. This plot is said to be the most beautiful garden in the city, making it the most popular tourist destination as well.
  • Jagdish Temple (3.8 km)
    Jagdish Temple features extravagant Indo-Aryan architecture from 1651.
    Phone: +91 838-798-7510
  • City Palace (4 km)
    Peaceful yet stately, City Palace blends Medieval, European and Chinese architecture. This granite and marble palace is the largest and most popular attraction in the state.
  • Fateh Sagar Lake (4.4 km)
    Udaipur is called the City of Lakes, and Fateh Sagar Lake is arguably the most prominent. Rolling hills and the Pratap Memorial surround the lake, and Nehru park sits on the island in the middle.
  • Lake Pichola (4.4 km)
    This manmade lake is most famous for the palaces and temples that overlook it. The lake features two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir.
  • Ropeway (5 km)
    Ride this cable car that connects Deen Dayal Park, Doodh Talai and Machhla Hill. From the 387-metre ropeway, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Aravali Mountains and prestigious landmarks like Pichola Lake, Fateh Sagar Lake and Sajjangarh Fort.
  • Sajjangarh Biological Park (10 km)
    Located on the outskirts of the city, this 89-acre park is home to Himalayan black bears, jungle cats, tigers, sambars and more.
    Phone: +91 294-280-0009
  • Sajjangarh (Monsoon Palace) (11 km)
    This stunning palace of the Mewar Dynasty offers a place to see local lakes, gaze at monsoon clouds or watch the sunset.
  • Nathdwara (48 km)
    This city, situated northwest of Udaipur in the Aravalli Hills, is famous for the Shrinathji Temple.

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