Explore lakeside parks, palaces, and other things to do in Udaipur

When you check into one of the spacious rooms and suites at the Radisson Blu Udaipur Palace Resort and Spa, you’re perfectly placed to visit the area’s palaces and temples. Take a boat ride on Fateh Sagar Lake to explore island parks and admire views of the surrounding hills, or soar above the landscape on the Udaipur Ropeway. You can also soak up Rajasthan’s natural beauty and spot native birds and animals in lakeside gardens and zoos like Sajjangarh Biological Park.

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Lake Pichola

1.44 mi / 2.32 km from the hotel
This 14th-century man-made lake is famous for the palaces and temples that overlook it, including City Palace. With a leisurely boat ride, you can also visit two stunning island palaces: Jagmandir and Jagniwas Palace.


1.51 mi / 2.42 km from the hotel
This beautiful courtyard boasts glistening pools, elephant-shaped fountains, and vibrant flora. Considered one of the most beautiful gardens in the city, Sahelion-Ki-Bari is a popular tourist destination.

City Palace

1.38 mi / 2.21 km from the hotel
Home to 11 different palaces, the impressive City Palace complex is the largest and most popular attraction in Rajasthan. Be sure to explore the many museums, gardens, and art galleries located throughout the area.
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Fateh Sagar Lake

0.89 mi / 1.43 km from the hotel
Within the City of Lakes, Fateh Sagar Lake is arguably the most prominent. Take in lovely views of rolling hills and Maharana Pratap Memorial as you ride a boat to Nehru Park, which sits on an island in the middle of the lake.


3.11 mi / 5.01 km from the hotel
Bordering Fateh Sagar Lake, this area is known for its events including live music and folk dancing, as well as its open-air bazaar. Browse tools, utensils, and items from all over western India or find unique souvenirs from the artisans selling Rajasthani handicrafts.

Monsoon Palace

3.47 mi / 5.58 km from the hotel
This stunning 19th-century palace acts as a weather observatory. Climb to the top to take in panoramic views of the local lakes, admire a sunset, or watch monsoon clouds roll in.