The City palace of Udaipur- Through the Lens

The City palace of Udaipur- Through the Lens

The City Palace of Udaipur is actually a complex of many structures located on a hill right on the east banks of Lake Pichola. It was constructed over a time span of 400 years with contributions from several rulers of Mewar Dynasty. The pillars, cupolas, and towers in the palace are embellished with beautiful inlay work of gold, silver, glass, ivory and mirrors. Some of the major attractions you should not miss in the palace complex are the Mor-Chowk ( Peacock courtyard), Dilkush mahal, Sheesh mahal( palace of glass and mirrors), Moti Mahal ( palace of pearls), Badi mahal (the large palace) and the Crystal gallery.

10 Reasons to Stay at Hotel lake Pichola in Udaipur

10 Reasons to Stay at Hotel lake Pichola in Udaipur

The lake city of Udaipur is one of the most romantic locations in India. Built by Maharana Udai Sing II in 1559 AD around an artificial Lake named Pichola, Udaipur is often referred to as the Venice of the East. Since many of the tourist attractions of the city are situated in the old city around Lake Pichola, it is wise to stay in one of the hotels surrounding the lake. During our recent visit to Udaipur, we chose to stay at Hotel Lake Pichola located right on the banks of the lake. Here are 10 reasons that compelled us to choose our stay at this regal hotel.

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