Explore Udaipur’s beautiful lakes, temples and palaces
Our Radisson hotel’s convenient location near the city bus and railway stations makes it an ideal home base for your Udaipur adventures. Get a bird’s-eye view of the gorgeous surrounding lakes and mountains from the Ropeway, a 387-metre cable car path that passes over the Aravalli Mountains. You can enjoy a leisurely boat ride on Fateh Sagar Lake or get up close to live animals at Sajjangarh Biological Park. Tour a multitude of temples, and don’t miss other nearby attractions like Lake City Mall, Sahelion-Ki-Bari and City Palace.
Shopping and entertainment:
- Lake City Mall (adjacent)
This mall, connected to the Radisson, offers shopping, dining and two movie cinemas just steps from your hotel room. Peruse stores like Arrow for American fashion, Bata for stylish footwear and Diya & Gilli for traditional Indian garb.
Phone: +91 (966) 746-6660
- Ropeway (5.1 km)
Watch the sun set over the city from one of the Ropeway’s bright red cable cars. You can enjoy breathtaking views of the Aravalli Mountains and landmarks like Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake and Monsoon Palace.
Lakes, parks and gardens:
- Gulab Bagh and Zoo Udaipur (3.4 km)
Gulab Bagh features a variety of attractions spread across 100 acres along Pichola Lake. Stroll through the scenic rose gardens, peruse the ancient manuscripts on display at Saraswati Bhawan Library, or bring the kids for a fun ride on the toy train. The on-site zoo features deer, lions, birds and more.
Phone: +91 (782) 196-0903
- Sahelion-Ki-Bari (3.9 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 is a popular tourist destination.
- Fateh Sagar Lake (4.6 km)
Within the City of Lakes, Fateh Sagar Lake is arguably the most prominent. Take in lovely views of rolling hills and Maharana Pratap Memorial as you ride a boat to Nehru Park, which sits on an island in the middle of the lake.
- Lake Pichola (4.7 km)
This 14th-century man-made lake is famous for the palaces and temples that overlook it, including City Palace. You can take a leisurely boat ride to Jagmandir Island to visit the stunning Jagmandir palace or to Jagniwas Island to see Jagniwas Palace.
- Sajjangarh Biological Park (7.5 km)
This wildlife sanctuary and zoo is home to panthers, monkeys, alligators, ostriches and more. Be sure to stop by the Monsoon Palace, which offers stunning panoramic views of the city.
Phone: +91 (982) 856-8336
Temples and palaces:
- City Palace (3.9 km)
Home to 11 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 located throughout the area.
- Jagdish Temple (4.3 km)
From the 79-foot spires to the huge stone elephants that greet visitors at the entrance, Jagdish Temple is a must-see architectural wonder dating back to the 17th century.
Phone: +91 (838) 798-7510
- Monsoon Palace (11.1 km)
This stunning 19th-century palace, located in Sajjangarh Biological Park, acts as a weather observatory. Climb to the top to take in panoramic views of the local lakes, admire a sunset or watch monsoon clouds roll in.
- Nathdwara (45.4 km)
This town, situated northwest of Udaipur in the Aravalli Mountains, is famous for its pichhwai artwork and the Shrinathji Temple. Be sure to take home a handmade painting or a sweet treat crafted by locals.