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A City of lakes: Udaipur
Written by Vibha on July 13, 2020 Share on

A Honeymoon Fairytale: 3 Nights and 4 days around Udaipur


For all you love birds out there who are looking for a place to begin your wonderful life with your partner inside India, Udaipur will be your best bet! This city is not only filled with romantic hotspots but great food, history, and culture. You can even go on a venture here and taste a bit of the luxury life as well. To find out why Udaipur is known as “Venice of the East” – we have brought to you the perfect 3 nights and 4 days Udaipur honeymoon itinerary.

Tour of Udaipur:

Udaipur, was the former capital of the Mewar Kingdom, located on the western side of Rajasthan. This city is full of artificial lakes and is known for its famous lavish royal residences. Popularly known as “City of Lakes”, this is one of the romantic hotspots in India that is known among travellers. Even though Udaipur is well suited for any type of visitors, honeymooners will be able to make the most beautiful memories here. With enchanting palaces set amidst azure water lakes, culture, and skilful architecture just 3 Nights and 4 days around Udaipur might feel less. Let see what this Udaipur honeymoon package holds for you, shall we?

Quick note: the best time to visit this city would be between September and March.

Day-wise Itinerary:

  • Day 1 – Arrival, Welcome to Udaipur!
  • Day 2 – A Day of Royalty and Romance: visit the palace and lakes.
  • Day 3 – Visit the Charismatic and majestic Kumbalgarh Fort.
  • Day 4 – Feel the royal and heroic charm of Chittorgarh, departure.

Day 1 – Arrival, Welcome to Udaipur!

Once you land in the Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur, you would have to take your pre-booked cab or an Ola waiting right outside. The airport is located near Dabok which is easily about 22 kilometres from the city of Udaipur. Once you take a cab, you will have about an hour to look out the window and await the city you would enter. You can choose to stay near the Fateh Sagar Lake, in the city centre- Hiran Magri or even in the old city. Just relax and enjoy the rest of the day in your hotel. If you’re craving to step out, you could visit the Bada Bazar to satisfy the shopaholic in you and then go over to the Fateh Sagar Lake if you are stationed nearby. You can choose to spend some quality time around the iconic lake during the evening. I would recommend not doing much, as for the next 3 days you are in for a long stroll of romance.

Also read: Shopping In Udaipur: Top 10 Markets For the Ultimate Experience

Fateh Sagar Lake
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Day 2 – A Day of Royalty and Romance: Visit the palace and lakes

Once you have a scrumptious breakfast, the second day of your 3 nights and 4 days around Udaipur is all about exploring the cultural heritage of this romantic city. Start your day with a bang and visit the architectural wonder of City Palace that is located on the banks of the Lake Pichola. This palace is very picturesque, it was brought to life with a mix of European and Chinese architecture by the Mewar Dynasty. You will move on next to the Jagdish Temple and Jag Mandir Palace located in the heart of the city. You will be visiting two of the serene lakes here in one day, Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar lake as well. The second half of the day you will be doing something a little different. After spending time at the Fateh Sagar lake you will head down to an artist village that is 4 kilometres from the lake.

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Gems of Udaipur during 3 Nights and 4 days Honeymoon tour
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Shilpgram is a very entertaining place where you will meet a lot of people, and be entertained with folk dances as well. You can shop for authentic and traditional souvenirs here, handmade products, and much more. This will mark the end of Day 2 of your 3 nights and 4 days around Udaipur.

Day 3– Visit the charismatic and majestic Kumbalgarh Fort

Kickstart your third day in the 3 Nights and 4 days around Udaipur with a scenic and historical experience to the Kumbhalgarh Fort. The route to this fort is a sight to sore eyes. Situated on the western Aravallis, this fort was bought into existence during the 15th century by iconic Rana Kumbha and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This fort plays a significant role in history as its the birthplace of Rana Pratap. Take your time and walk in this magnificent fort, brush up your history roots, and click pictures with your better half. Keeping the third day a little light, head back to your hotel and maybe step out for dinner.

Also read: Top 10 forts to be explored on your Rajasthan vacation

Royal forts in Udaipur
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Day 4 – Feel the royal and heroic charm of Chittorgarh

Wake up and gear up after a light breakfast on your fourth day in the “Venice of the East” for an excursion to the city of Chittorgarh where you will spend the day sightseeing. Expanding to almost 700 acres, this fort is of significant importance to the history of Rajputs. You would be doing a small cluster of sightseeing here, starting with the Chittorgarh fort, you will then proceed to both Padmini and Rana Kumbha’s Palace, and then lastly look back at the legacy of the sacrifice made by the Rajput clan – Vijay Stambh. If you have a bit more energy you can even squeeze in some time to visit the Kalka Mata Temple. You will be spending your fourth and final day at the city of Chittorgarh taking a trip down the memory lane.

Suggested Read: 9 Best Weekend Getaways From Udaipur Which Cannot Be Missed

Visit Padmini palace on your 3 Nights and 4 days Honeymoon tour
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Every good thing must come to an end. And just like that, your 3 nights and 4 days around Udaipur comes to an end. This is one of the top recommended itineraries you can pick for your honeymoon tour package in Udaipur. You can surely customize your own itinerary as well, head on to to do so. Happy vacationing!

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