A city with a rich yet turbulent history and heritage, Ajmer is a city of multiple narrations. From the heritage of Prithviraj Chauhan to Afghani heritage, Ajmer has seen a diverse culture which is equally reflected in the architecture and the culture of the city of Ajmer.
Time: October to February:
Distance from Udaipur: 265Km
Kumbhalgarh also is known as ‘the great wall of India’ is a perfect getaway destination for people who love history and art. The gigantic fort is said to be the birthplace of Maharana Pratap and will leave you awestruck.
Time: The best months to visit are October, November, December, February, and March.
Distance from Udaipur: 102.5 km
This is probably the most popular destination; bike riders have got up their sleeves. The eye-catching view of the Jain temples made with white marble architecture is beyond description.
Time: The months from October to February is a nice time to visit
Distance from Udaipur: 93.5Km
Erstwhile the Capital of the Mewar Queen, Padmavati, Chittorgarh stands as the reminiscent of the Royal Mewar period and depicts the valor and bravery of Rajputs. If you are a history buff, then you will have a great time here and it is actually one of the surreal places to be in Udaipur.
Time: The best to visit is between September till March
Distance from Udaipur: 113Km
One of the oldest cities in India, Pushkar has become of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in India. Overlooking the holy water of glistering Pushkar Lake lies the city which has made its name for its cultural festivals and religious shrines.
Time to visit: October to March is the best time to experience the tranquillity of Pushkar.
Distance from Udaipur: 280Km