The city of lakes and its beautiful forts: 7 must visit forts in Udaipur
With scenic locations, Rajput-era palaces, history, and rich culture, Udaipur is counted among the most beautiful tourist destinations. So pull up your socks and get ready to explore your destination; the city of lakes!
- Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajsamand District
Isn’t it exciting to know that India is home to the second-largest wall in the world?
The walls of the Kumbhalgarh Fort stretch up to 36 km with 360 temples and numerous gardens and palaces built inside the fort.
Timings – 9 am -5 pm
Tickets – Rs 10 for locals and Rs 100 for foreigners
- City Palace on Pichola Lake
Built by Maharana Udai Singh II in the year 1553, the fort has an immemorial architectural design. One of the 7 must visit forts in Udaipur, this spectacular palace is located on Pichola Lake and gives a beautiful view of the Jag Mandir, Jagdish Temple, Monsoon Palace, Lake Palace and Neemach Mata temple. Although these are all just a walk away, you can take a tonga from the city or a taxi to reach the palace.
Timings – 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Ticket – Rs 30 (for Adults) & Rs 15 (for Children)
- Chittorgarh Fort Near Udaipur
The Chittorgarh Fort is known as the ‘Pride of Rajasthan State’. It is the most famous and the largest fort in India. Chittorgarh Fort is located in Chittorgarh which is placed at a distance of 112 km from Udaipur. Kirti Stambh (Tower of Fame) and Vijay Stambh (Tower of Victory) are the 2 major attractions of the fort.
The evening show hosted at the fort will indulge you in the glistening lights and sound show.
Timings – 7 pm onwards (Light & Sound Show)
Tickets – Rs 50 (Adults) & Rs 25 (Children)
- Bagore-Ki-Haveli at Gangaur Ghat – One of the 7 must visit forts in Udaipur
If you are looking for the perfect place to explore the royal lifestyle of the Rajputs, this is it! Blissful cultural evenings of the musical dance show, magic shows and puppet dances inspired by Rajasthan culture, all in minimum time and money!
Timings – 7 – 8 PM
Tickets – Rs 60 (for Indians) & Rs 100 (Foreigners)
- Fateh Prakash Palace at The City Palace Complex
One of the 7 must visit forts in Udaipur is this glorious palace, situated on the eastern shore of Lake Pichola. If you are looking forward to experiencing the vibrant and rich culture of Rajasthan, this is the place for you. It is home to the rarest collection of royal artifacts, paintings, portraits, and crystals.
Known for offering the best traditional Marwari hospitality in all of Udaipur, this palace will turn you into a regular visitor. Make sure to visit the mesmerizing Durbar Hall inside the palace!
Timings – Open for 24 Hours
Tickets – Free entry
- The Monsoon Palace
The number six amongst the 7 must visit forts in Udaipur is the Monsoon Palace. Formerly known as Sajjangarh Palace, the Monsoon Palace is a hilltop residence that offers a spectacular view of places, lakes, and surroundings countryside.
This palace was built in order to watch the progress of the monsoon clouds. Situated in the Aravalli Hills, the palace glows with an orange- golden tint in the evening and proves to a perfect sunset-gazing spot. If you have a chance, do visit the Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary!
Timings – 9 AM – 6 PM
Tickets – Rs 10 (for Indians) & Rs 80 (for foreigners)
- The Taj Lake Palace at Pichola Lake
One of the grandest and the most romantic hotels all over the world. This beauty was built in the year 1763, as Maharana Jagat Singh II’s pleasure palace and is one of the 7 must visit forts in Udaipur.
This breathtaking floating vision in marble has 66 rooms and 17 suites to captivate all moods and views day & night.
Timings – Open 24 Hours
Tickets – Free entry
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So that was your list of the 7 must visit forts in Udaipur! We hope you have a safe and memorable journey! Comment down below which fort would you like to visit first!
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Last modified: March 2, 2021