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Best Time to Visit Udaipur - Udaipur is set at an average altitude of 598 m above sea level and experiences a tropical climate. From the months of March to June, the city’s temperatures rise to a scorching high of 45°c during mid-day. The evenings can be pleasant at this time though. You can catch the Mewar Festival here during this time. From the months of July to October the city receives scattered showers that make the surrounding landscape fresh and green. It is off season here during this time, making it ideal for budget travellers looking for affordable good hotels in Udaipur. The winter months from November to February are the best months to visit Udaipur with temperatures staying below 30°c. It is the best time to explore the sites of the city and witness the annual Shilpgram Crafts Fair.
Udaipur boasts a number of hotels ranging from tiny budget properties to opulent luxury establishments. You can choose a hotel based on the amount you’re willing to spend and your travel requirements. You’ll find any number of 2-star, 3-star and budget hotels in Udaipur that are located close to some of the city’s best attraction. You can choose a Treebo hotel, that provides comfortable rooms that are ideal for solo travellers, families, couples, and businessmen who are looking for affordable accommodation. Thanks to our state-of-the-art technology and easy-to-use app, it’s much easier to book hotels in Udaipur in advance. So, don’t wait. We’re currently present at Durga Nursery Road, Gulab Bagh, Swaroop Sagar, and the Jagdish Temple area.
Best Places to Stay in Udaipur - Looking for great places to stay in Udaipur shouldn’t be a problem with the number of beautiful properties in the city. But before you start looking for hotels in Udaipur, it helps to consider which options would best suit your travel necessity. There are a number of fantastic Treebo properties located close to Udaipur’s most iconic sites. If you love greenery and flowers, it makes sense to find hotels near Gulab Bagh and Zoo, which is the largest garden in the city. You can also choose to stay in hotels near Swaroop Sagar Lake that is located in the north-west part of the city. To stay in the heart of the city, you can choose hotels near Jagdish Temple. These hotels offer spectacular views of Lake Pichola and are in proximity to the famed Udaipur City Palace. You will also be able to find a number of hotels near Udaipur City Railway Station in this locality. You can also choose to stay in hotels on Durga Nursery Road, a popular roadway in the Shakti Nagar neighbourhood of the city.
Events in Udaipur - Udaipur has managed to retain its rich Mewari culture over the years and one can see this in the city's many vibrant fairs and festivals. The Mewar Festival, also called Gangaur is celebrated to welcome spring in the city. The women wear their best clothing and carry a ceremonial procession around the city that all end at Gangaur Ghat near Lake Pichola. The Shilpgram Utsav is held every year in the crafts village, Shilpgram about 3 km west of the city. Here artisans, musicians, dancers and many other artists participate and show off their exquisite art to the public. Make sure you complete your Udaipur hotel booking in advance as hotels tend to get overbooked during these events. Another popular festival celebrated here is Teej, a festival to celebrate the advent of the monsoon. Other festivals celebrated here include Diwali, Holi, Dussehra, and Rakshabandhan.
Experience in Udaipur - The royal city of Udaipur has a number of beautiful sites to visit. You can start with a stroll in the Saheliyon Ki Bari garden, which boasts a number of fountains, a lotus temple and marble elephants. Discover the grandeur of the old Mawar kingdoms by visiting the City Palace and the Monsoon Palace. The Jagdish Temple, located close to the City Palace, is a gorgeous temple to visit here. Udaipur is known as a city of lakes, so it makes sense to visit a few of these picturesque lakes. Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar lakes are some of the most visited spots in the city. There are a number of Udaipur hotels located close to these landmarks, if you’re interested in sightseeing for the majority of your holiday. The food in Udaipur is a pleasant mix of rich Rajasthani and North Indian cuisine. Try the extensive thalis at local restaurants to get a feel of true Rajasthan. Some of the dishes you should try while exploring Rajasthan are Dal-Bati Churma, Laal Maas and Boondi Raita. A few restaurants to sample these treats are Ambrai, Mayur Rooftop Cafe, Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel, Savage Garden, Millets of Mewar, 1559 AD, Little Prince, Udai Kothi, Charcoal, Lotus Cafe, and Parkview Restaurant. You are also likely to find that a number of options for accommodation in Udaipur serve the local cuisine there as well. There is no end to shopping in Udaipur with the number of vibrant markets here. The Bada Bazaar, Chetak Circle, and Hathi Pol Bazaar are great places to look for local art and traditional apparel and accessories.
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