Honeymoon Places in Udaipur
How romantic will it feel when somebody can live a few days in the luxury and comfort of a palace, indulge in the delicacies and finesse of royal Rajput prince and princesses; surrounded by picturesque lakes and forts and gardens on all sides. This could be an ideal honeymoon destination or a romantic getaway for newly married couples, searching for some isolation and recluse. Udaipur, nicknamed as ‘City of Lakes’ ‘Jewel of Mewar’ and ‘Venice of the East’ is a perfect honeymoon place on the banks of Lake Pichola and in the midst of Aravalli mountain range.
There are several vibrant shades to Udaipur city with majestic palaces, forts, gardens, musical fountains, memorials, monuments which were previously known as the state of Mewar during the days of Rajputana. The scenic beauty of the lakes with the white marble crafted palaces on their banks adds a regal touch to the place thus making them the best honeymoon places in Udaipur. Udaipur is also home to several palaces which organize weddings and marriage receptions in royal style with the architectural beauty of the palace making them ethereal. Celebrities in India and from abroad visit Udaipur for hosting their marriage receptions in Udaipur amidst the serene panorama of the lakes, palaces and heritage halts in the city. Similarly married couples prefer Udaipur as a honeymoon hub for its pleasant atmosphere, picturesque locales and several sightseeing spots.
Famous Honeymoon Spots around UdaipurThe common tourist spots for honeymooners in Udaipur comprises of Saheliyon ki Bari, Gulab Bagh or Sajjan Niwas Garden, Lake Pichola, Swarup Sagar Lake, Jaisamand Lake, Fateh Sagar Lake, Monsoon Palace, City Palace, Jag Mandir, Jagdish Temple, Moti Magri, Doodh Talai, hill stations like Mount Abu, architectural splendours like Nathdwara, Haldighati, Maharana Pratap Memorial, Chittorgarh Fort and many other sightseeing spots.
Mount Abu appears among the top honeymoon places in Udaipur with scenic natural beauty in the Aravalli range with forests, rivers, lakes and sightseeing places like Dilwara Jain Temple, Raghunathji Temple Achaleswar Mahadev Temple, Nakki Lake, Achalgarh Fort. While a leisurely stroll across Saheliyon ki Bari will transport a couple to the days of Rajputana where the courtyard of maidens was created in honour to please the queen by providing a recluse pleasure haven with her maids. City Palace or Monsoon Palace with their architectural grandeur will mesmerize a newly- wed to time travel to the kingdom of Mewar. Udaipur offers all this fantasies all through the year for local and foreign tourists.
Honeymoon PackagesHoneymoon packages to Udaipur can be availed by newly-wed couples to travel to the city by visiting any travel agency office or simply book online through innumerable travel sites. The honeymoon places in Udaipur are aplenty and hence couples can choose from various options provided by travel agencies and sites. Travel and honeymoon packages provide all inclusive sightseeing, local transport, hotel accommodation and travel fares. A complete tour with all the wonders of Udaipur included and travelling in isolation and calmness will offer couples a paradise to indulge in amidst the embrace of nature.
Udaipur can be easily accessed from all major and neighbouring cities in India by rail, road and air. The delicacies of Udaipur are to be savoured while on a stay in the city, with its street shopping mandatory by visiting Chetak Circle, Lake Palace Road, Hathi Pol and Bapu Bazar. Shiv Niwas Palace Hotel, Gallery restaurant, Amit k Haveli are excellent places to taste authentic Rajasthani food atop rooftop restaurants with puppet shows and live folk dances. Havelis, heritage hotels, palace hotels like Ram Pratap Palace, Jagat Niwas Palace and even budget hotels are at disposal of honeymoon couples visiting Udaipur with dreams of a romantic getaway in their eyes.
With a pleasant winter and uncomfortable and dry summer, the best time to visit Udaipur for honeymoon couples will be from January –March during springtime and from September –December in autumn and winter.
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