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Things to do in Udaipur

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Udaipur Palace you have the option of taking a boat that takes a walk along the lake with a stop on Jag Mandir Island. The island houses the Jagmandir Palace that was built by Maharaja Karan Singh.

A part of the palace is converted into a hotel and restaurant. This hotel is one of the most luxurious in the world with 83 rooms and suites with white marble walls. It belongs to the hotel group Taj Group of Hotels . The Royal Stewards who work in the hotel are descendants of the original servants of the Palace.

The transport by boat is priced at 340 rupees and the entrance to the hotel costs 30 rupees . If you are looking for the luxury element than you can also see the Palace on wheels train cost.

See a show at the Bagore Ki Haveli

Bagore Ki Haveli is a palace built in the eighteenth century that has more than 100 rooms, patios, corridors and balconies where you can enjoy views of Lake Pichola. Inside you can enjoy the typical dances of Rajasthan . The show lasts one hour and the Rajasthani dances alternate with the traditional tales of princes and princesses with puppets.

Stroll through the Gulab Bagh

It is the largest garden in Rajasthan and was commissioned by Saijan Singh in 1852. It is located southeast of the City Palace and is famous for its large and varied collection of roses brought from all corners of the world.  It is a park very used by the inhabitants of Udaipur to walk and relax.   Inside the garden there is a library that houses ancient manuscripts and a small zoo.

Attend cooking classes

The restaurants in the city center offer cooking classes. You can learn to cook some of the Indian dishes, which are characterized by their spicy flavor and then enjoy it with the hosts and companions.

The courses usually last around 4-5 hours and take place in groups of about five people. The price per course and the subsequent tasting is approximately Rs. 1,000 .

See the sunset from the lakes

The fact that the houses are white makes the sun’s rays illuminate the city in a practically bucolic way. Near the ghats, in the lakes, you can also listen to a musician playing the sitar. Around some of the lakes you will also have the possibility of taking a chai on some of its terraces while watching the sunset.

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