Udaipur is perhaps one of the most romantic cities in India. Founded on the shores of Lake Pichola, its mix of white marble palaces, historic temples, placid blue lakes, attractive gardens and lily ponds and fertile green hills are a world away from the surrounding desert. Rajput City Palace is among the finest in Asia, while Lake Pichola's Jagmandir and lake palace are not to be missed.
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This luxury India holiday will illustrate the beautiful essence of Rajasthan, from its warm and welcoming people, to its bustling cities, antiquated villages, and regal heritage.
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Explore India's princely state on this luxury tailor-made holiday, staying at Taj hotels throughout. Witness Delhi's big-city bustle and the Taj Mahal's white-marble glow before delving into the glittering palaces and towering forts of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur.
Rajasthan's Palace on Wheels luxury train exudes traditiona Indian opulence, style and comfort, modelled on the luxurious railway cars of old with richly decorated interiors and service-proud staff.
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Top places to stay in Udaipur
Set in 30 acres, The Oberoi Udaivilas is nothing short of palatial. A pristine version of an original Rajasthani Mewari moated palace, with landscaped terraces of white marble, it offers the utmost in modern comfort. Treat your body to luxurious rejuvenation and relaxation on a truly royal scale in…
The Maharajas’ Express combines some of India’s most enticing destinations with a raft of Raj-like experiences, from champagne breakfasts at the Taj Mahal to travelling by canopied camel cart for sundowners in the sand dunes of Bikaner.
Bursting with activity and cultural heritage, Rawla Narlai dates back to the 17th century, and was once a favourite hunting lodge of the Jodhpur Royal Family. Charming rooms reflect regal living, with hotel facilities including a spa and arranged excursions.
Devi Garh by Ledbua is a heritage hotel, housed within an 18th-century palace in the village of Delwara, near Udaipur. It was the royal residence of the rulers of Delwara principality from the middle of the 18th century until the mid-20th century. It's a stunning hill-top palace, which has been fan…
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