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City Palace, Udaipur, is a palace complex situated in the city of Udaipur, Rajasthan. It was built over a period of nearly 400 years, with contributions from several rulers of the Mewar dynasty. Its construction began in 1553, started by Maharana...more
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It was great experience to visit city palace with guide. Our guide Mr Om Prakash Rathod was really very knowledgeable person. He made our trip memorable. If you are thinking to go there, kindly search to Mr Om Prakash Rathod.
With little ventilation and too much walking, we were super tired walking in the City palace and museum. It did not provide a lot of history and is quite a sad museum. Paintings, weapons seem more new than hundreds of years old - so there...More
City palace is an amazing, not to miss monument, agreed the prices are steep, right from entry to boating to sound and light show, but the place deserves the fee except for the boat ride fee, Its a long walk from the ticket booth, sloping...More
Ticket price is high...but the property is well maintained...do take the guide or else you will keep wondering....the guide explains you each and everything in detail and this how you come to know about the rich heritage of Udaipur...
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You can view the grounds and outside face of the palace for free. This is especially worthwhile at 7pm on a Sunday when the front face and gateways are lit up (I have heard they do it every night but I have always gone on a... More
You can view the grounds and outside face of the palace for free. This is especially worthwhile at 7pm on a Sunday when the front face and gateways are lit up (I have heard they do it every night but I have always gone on a Sunday just in case). The museum is inside the palace and involves a fee. You have to take your shoes off so it is worth taking socks.