Top Places to visit near Udaipur
Posted: Aug 01, 2020
The beauty of Udaipur is fantastic; one can be lost in the beauty of Udaipur. Not Udaipur, but places near Udaipur are also very unusual. There are a number of places to visit near Udaipur that make great day trips. The beauty and history of these places are really mesmerizing. If you visit Udaipur, then you must visit these places near Udaipur. In this blog, we covered the places to visit near Udaipur that are witnesses of Heritage and talk about Rajasthan’s past and glory.
There are some of the best places to visit near Udaipur:-
Chittorgarh:- Chittorgarh Fort is also known as the most important fort in Mewar Dynasty.
This fort is also famous for the brave Maharana Pratap. Mughal Akbar tries many times to win Chittorgarh, but because of brave Maharana Pratap, all his efforts got wain. The beauty of Chittorgarh fort is impressive and mesmerizing. This majestic fort is also known as one of the largest forts in India. Its massive fort, fantastic architecture, monuments, towers, and royal gardens are must visit in Chittorgarh. There is an evening music show in the fort which tells about the beauty and history of this fort.
Location:- About 2 hour northeast of Udaipur, Udaipur Chittor Road, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan
Opening Time:– Sunrise to Sunset( Daily)
Near places to visit:- Vijay Stambha, Meera Temple, Kalika Mata Temple, Padmini Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace
Famous For: Vijaya Stambha, Meera Temple, Kalika Mata Temple, Fateh Prakash Palace
Entry Fees:- INR 50 for adults, 25 for children
Kumbhalgarh Fort:- Kumbhalgarh Fort was built by Mewar ruler Rana Kumbha in the Aravali Range in the 15th century and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The fort is a 36-kilometer long wall and also been labeled the "Great Wall of India". It is known as the second-longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. As we also know, legendary Mewar warrior Maharana Pratap is believed to have been born inside the fort in 1540. Many people even live in the fort. Some of the attractions are hundreds of ancient temples, Rani Niwas or palace, step wells, and cannon bunkers. You can spend 3 to 4 hours here to explore the beauty of the fort. The view of the fort is truly amazing. The fort is most spectacular at sunset. The view in the evening is also amazing. You can also attend the light and music festival in the evening.
Location:- From North of Udaipur, it will take two hours to reach Kumbhalgarh.
Opening Time:- Sunrise to Sunset(Daily)
Ticket cost:- 600 rupees for foreigners, 50 rupees for Indians.
Nearby Places To Visit: Mammadev Temple, Badal Mahal, Neelkanth Mahadeo Temple, Vedi Temple
Famous For: Birthplace of Maharana Pratap
Haldighati:- Haldighati is about 50 km from Udaipur; it is situated in the hills of Aravali Mountains.
The name comes from its yellow color soil. Haldighati is famous for its battle that was fought Maharana Pratap and Akbar in 1576. It is one of the essential places to visit near Udaipur. If you love history and want to know more about the battle and life of Maharana Pratap, then you should visit this place. One can visit the memorial of the Chetak horse and Maharana Pratap Museum. This is also known as one of the best places to visit near Udaipur airport.
Location:- Khamnor village, Aravali Range, haldighati
Opening Time:- 9:00 A.M to 6.00 P.M
Ticket Cost:- INR 100 per person
Nearby Places To Visit: Maharana Pratap Museum, Shrinathji Temple, Maharana Pratap Memorial, Molela Terracotta
Famous For: Bravery of Maharana Pratap
Ranakpur Village:- Ranakpur temple is known for its Jain Temple. Jain temples are known to be the most elaborate in India.
This temple is very famous for its architecture and pillars. This temple is mainly dedicated to the first Tirthankar who founded Jainism; it’s the country’s biggest and most important Jain temple complex. The main temple is made out of white marble and was built in the 15th century. This temple has 29 halls, 80 domes, and 1444 pillars! If you want to enter this temple, then a proper dress is required for both men and women. From Ranakpur, it’s possible to explore
Location:- Pali District
Opening time:- Mornings are reserved for prayers. Non-Jain can visit from morning to 5.00 p.m; in the evening.
Entry Fees:– free
Nearby Places To Visit: Ranakpur Jain Temple, Ranakpur Dam, Evergreen Wildlife Safari, Parshuram Temple
Famous For: 15th-century Ranakpur Jain Temple
Ekling Ji:- Ekling Ji is known as one of the best places to visit near Udaipur. One can be lost in the beauty of this temple and view
. If you are spiritually inclined, then take a trip of 8th-century Ekling Prabhu temple. The temple is dedicated to lord shiva, and the architecture of this temple is also gorgeous. There are many small temples in this temple. Also, this temple is made of completely marble. The temple was built by Bappa Rawal, and now the head of the Mewar royal family continues to worship. Walk around the back of the temple; there is an unforgettable lake view. Thereat some distance, you can also visit Saas Bahu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temples are covered in intricate sculptures.
Location:- Kailashpuri, about 30 km north to Udaipur along with NH-8
Opening Time: 10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m, and 5 p.m. to 7.30 7.30 p.m.
Entry Fees- Free
Nearby Places:- Nathdwara, Saas bahu temple
Famous For:- Ekling Ji Temple
Suggested Read:- Places to visit in Rajasthan
Nathdwara:- Small holy town, Nathdwara is just 45 km far from Udaipur and also one of the best places to visit.
Every year lot of pilgrims visit Nathdwara. It would be best if you celebrated Diwali in Nathdwara. Nathdwara also has a noteworthy night market close to the Shrinathji Temple.
Location:- 45 km north to Udaipur
Entry Fees:- Free
Nearby Places To Visit: Shrinathji Temple, Statue of Lord Shiva, The Friend’s Zone Cafe, Mahadev Temple
Famous For: Temple of Krishna (Shrinathji)
Also Read:- 10 Places to Visit in Udaipur
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