How To Reach Udaipur By Rail, Road And Air
Travel - Nov 14, 2018

How To Reach Udaipur By Rail, Road And Air

India is a land with so much history that almost every state has some significant historical attachment to it. In this set up, Rajasthan stands apart as having more history crammed in its environs than in most other places in the country. And within Rajasthan, the city that truly shines for its historical and symbolic significance is none other than the beautiful Udaipur – which is considered one of the most romantic cities in India.

Separated from the harsh Thar desert by the gentle slopes of the Aravalli’s and surrounded by several lakes, Udaipur feels like a kingdom in its own right that time forgot. Situated within the city is the massive and imposing Udaipur City Palace, a destination with so many places to sightsee, that it is pretty much a whole day's worth of activity in itself. The city, which is one of India’s leaders in quality handicrafts and spices, also has numerous lakes and gardens you can explore!

Location

Situated at an almost equal distance from both, Delhi and Mumbai and well serviced by ports in Gujarat, Udaipur has all the makings of a brilliant town with excellent connectivity, ensuring that it is at most an overnight trip even from India’s largest metropolises. For those thinking about visiting the city here are the different ways of how to reach Udaipur.

1. How To Reach Udaipur By Rail: Udaipur is serviced by a train station and has trains connecting it to all major cities in Northern and Western India, such as Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Ajmer and Ahmedabad. In addition to this, it connects to other tourist-centric cities in India such as Agra, Khajuraho, Sawai Madhopur and Chittorgarh via dedicated rail routes. Trains leave daily or on alternate days, so check the frequencies depending on your departure city.

2. How To Reach Udaipur By Road: Rajasthan is famed throughout India for the quality and maintenance of its roads. Indeed, most of the video shooting for car commercials occurs within its vast expanse of road networks. It makes driving an excellent overnight option for those who wish to truly appreciate the beauty of the state of Rajasthan. Even from the cities of Mumbai and Delhi, reaching Udaipur via road may take no more than two days, if travelling by a personal car, making for one great road trip. Alternatively, you opt for the services provided by tour and bus operators in most major cities operating near Udaipur.

Note: Mumbai and Delhi are just 12 to 15 hours of an overnight trip away.

3. How To Reach Udaipur By Air: Udaipur is serviced by the nearby Dabok airport which is 25 km from the city centre. Daily flights operate from Delhi and Mumbai, with flights also operating from all the other major cities of India, albeit with lower frequencies.

Stay

When in Udaipur there are a number of places to stay from budget hostels to luxury hotels. But if you are looking for something appealing both, in taste and comfort, Club Mahindra Udaipur resort is a great choice. Centrally located and choc a block with the most modern amenities, it serves as an excellent base for your travels around this magnificent city.

With a Club Mahindra Membership, you can avail all the benefits and facilities offered at this resort to ensure a wonderful stay. You can even check out the many Club Mahindra reviews that attest to the friendliness and capability of this Club Mahindra resort, and learn more about the city and its attractions. So, sign up with Club and turn all your family vacations into memorable experiences you will never forget! Also, have a look at Rajasthan tourism guide to make the most of your family vacation in Rajasthan!

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