The Maharana Pratap Airport (UDR) in Udaipur has a number of regular domestic flights from all major metropolitans in Rajasthan and around the country. The Udaipur Airport is a 40 minute car ride from the city.
For foreign travellers visiting Rajasthan, your flight will land at Jaipur International Airport and booking a connecting flight to Udaipur is easy-peasy.
If your holiday is limited then flying into Udaipur is your best option. There are regular flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Bengaluru. Make sure you book a pre-paid taxi to take you into Udaipur city.
The first thing you notice about Udaipur Railway Station is the 1400 sq. ft. “living wall”. This is a vertical garden mounted on a barren wall in the railway station that increases its aesthetic and natural appeal.
There are a variety of trains connecting Udaipur with all major cities in Rajasthan. If you’re travelling from outside the state of Rajasthan, the Udaipur Railway Station receives trains from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and other metropolitans. The Mewar Express and Chetak Express are popular trains that halt at Udaipur.
Palace on Wheels, the luxury train, also makes a pit-stop in Udaipur.
The Udaipur Railway Station is less than 3kms away from the city centre. Make sure you hire a pre-paid taxi or auto-rickshaw from the station to your hotel.
Depending on how much you’re willing to splurge, there are luxury buses, state-run buses and Volvos operating between all major Rajasthani cities and Udaipur. The popular tourist city of Jodhpur is one of the nearest to Udaipur at a distance of 250kms, making it an ideal destination to add to your itinerary. Regular buses run from Chittorgarh as well, just 119kms apart.
The journey from Jaipur to Udaipur is a solid 6 hours 30 minutes and your best bet is to opt for luxury sleeper bus that will make the journey as comfortable as possible. The Udaipur City Bus Depot is 3kms from the main city and is the central bus-stand for state-run coaches and private operators, as well.
If you’re a seasoned long distance driver, a road trip to Udaipur from Delhi should be on the cards. The National Highway 8 is a long stretch of well-maintained road that allows for a memorable road trip.
We’ve helped you figure out how to reach Udaipur. All you need to do is pick a mode of transportation that suits your budget and travel personality.
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