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Udaipur Travel Guide

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Udaipur boasts of interesting tales of courage and the everlasting pride of the Rajputs. Famous for its architectural wonder the city was discovered by the Great Rajput King Maharana Udai Singh. Its outstanding forts and palaces are highly worthy of a visit. The Udaipur travel guide will tell you more about the place and also when and how to reach there.

How To Reach Udaipur

By Air

The major airport of Udaipur is Maharana Pratap Airport that is located at a distance of 20 km from the center of the city. It connects the city to other parts of the country. The flights that provide regular service are Air India, Jet Airways and SpiceJet. It operates regularly from major cities of India like New Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur that connects Udaipur to international destinations too.  

By Train

Udaipur provides regular railway service to the travelers. The trains that operate regularly in Udaipur are Mewar Express, Annanya Express, Gwalior-Udaipur Express, and Chetak Express. They provide service to the major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Jaipur and many more, making travel to Udaipur easy.

By Road

A network of regular bus service operates from Udaipur linking it to various cities such as Delhi, Jaipur, Indore, and Kota. There are air-conditioned coaches, luxury buses and state transport buses that tourists can choose from. The Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) buses connect Udaipur with places like Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, and Bhilwara.

Transportation In Udaipur

Udaipur has various means of transport, making it very easy for a traveler to move around in the city. In Udaipur, you can hire a taxi or cab that is available in various ranges from luxurious to normal ones. You can also opt for a cheaper mode of transport that is Tongas, auto-rickshaws, and three-wheelers to move around the city. Udaipur also offers city bus service, which is the most common means of transport and used by the common public.