Hotel Damanis

near Telegraph Office, Madubagh, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313001, India
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easy way

by appleroque08

what's the fastest and cheapest way to udaipur? tnx...

Re: easy way

by Gillybob

From the Philippines or elsewhere?

Re: easy way

by qaminari

I suppose bus or train from somewhere close by in Rajasthan. Otherwise it depends on where you are starting from! However it is rare for the fastest way to be the cheapest, and vice versa.
http://www.webindia123.com/city/rajasthan/udai/getting.htm?cat=Getting%20Around
If flying from the Philippines you will have to do your own research for prices of flights to India, at the date when you want to travel (which makes a huge difference..)

Re: easy way

by jethanand

The fastest way to Udaipur would depend on your arrival time, bus time , train time, etc.

In general, train travel is the chepaest in India - that has been the method for the longest time.

From Ahmedabad to Udaipur is 10 hrs 15 mins
From New Delhi to Udaipur is 12 hrs

http://www.indianrail.gov.in/inet_srcdest_names.html

These days there are so many options for air travel. If you are able to get a cheap fare and an early arrival into either of these two airports and a connecting train, that would be your fastest and cheapest option.

Hope this helps

Re: easy way

by ghajela

As the point is not known hence

From delhi it would be a train journey

From Mumbai a flight

From Jaipur a train or a bus.

Details awaited :)

Re: easy way

by umashanker

There is overnight train from New Delhi to Udaipur.There are domestic flights too but train travel is cheapest and most comfotable.

Re: easy way

by Any1Anywhere

Well u need to tell Udaipur from where ? Hope it's not from ur home!Lol

Re: easy way

by lynnehamman

Hi........depending on where you are coming from,Bus Travel to Udaipur is easy , safe & cheap. There is also a good railsystem, coming from Delhi, Gujerat or Mumbai.

Travel Tips for Udaipur

Udaipur city streets

by travelmad478

Udaipur is a small city, and much more suited to walking than many other Indian metropolises. It's fairly easy to find your way around the central city area, where most of the standard tourist sites are located--but it's also filled with a maze of tiny, twisting streets that are great to poke through. There is a lot of life going on in front of you, and it's very simple to get out of the more touristy areas. Go ahead and wander around--it's hard to get really lost, but fun to get a little lost. I'd suggest taking Hathi Pole as a starting point for a walking tour--this spot is not a tourist place, but a bustling shopping district filled with ordinary residents going about their business. From there, you can wander through shops and streets, making your way down through town past the temples and to the City Palace at the south end of town.

Horse Riding in Udaipur

by anouk1712

Horseback Riding around Udaipur is the perfect way of escaping the hustle-bustle of the Indian city for a while. I booked a ride with Princess Trails and they collected me in the morning from my hotel and brought me to their farm about 10 min drive from the old city.
Already there it was very peaceful and green. The owner questioned me about my riding abilities and finally I set out on a beautiful Marwari mare called Kumari into the Indian countryside for a half-day ride. The whole business was amazing as we crossed little villages and went through the hills which I would have otherwise never seen. There was not traffic here, no noise and no pollution. We had a number of trots and a canter but I felt safe all the time. Finally we came to a most stunning lake situated in the middle of lovely green hills.
When we came back to the farm I was almost disappointed to pat my horse goodbye and go back to Udaipur.
This was definitely one of the best experiences in India so far! I did not bring anything in particular but did wear a pair of jeans and closed shoes. At the Princess Trails Farm I was provided with a helmet and chaps free of costs.

Sajjan Garh/Monsoon Palace

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

On top of Bansdara Mountain Sajjan Garh was built by Maharana Sajjan Singh in 1884. The palace looks its best during the rainy season, it was later abandoned and used as a monsoon palace and hunting lodge. It offers a panoramic overview of the city's lakes, palaces and surrounding country side and best place for sunset.

Shree Jagdish

by DirtyRudy

I don't know much about the history of this temple, but the marble engravings were really beautiful. There were a lot of people worshipping at the temple the day I visited it. The whole hall was filled with chanting and song -- truly an unforgettable experience.

Bagore-ki-Haveli Museum - Indra Viman

by Willettsworld

This large chariot is located by the entrance to the museum and was built about 125 years ago. It is made out of iron, wood, bamboo and leather and was pulled by two elephants. The local deity was carried in this chariot in a procession around the city during the religious festivals. The chariot was gifted to the Jhalawar municipality in 1989 where it was restored and then placed here.

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