Known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur’s stunning scenery and rich 16th century history make it one of the most spectacular destinations in all of India. Perched among the Aravalli Mountains and along the banks and islands of Lake Pichola are Udaipur’s legendary Rajput-era palaces. The city’s rich culture and breathtaking beauty consistently draw tourists and celebrities from around the world for weddings and events. Spend your days seeing history come alive as you discover India with The Leela's knowledgeable guides.
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Udaipur has a rich cultural heritage that continues to thrive in its romantic and festive setting. While a bustling urban lifestyle has integrated itself into the city, traditional customs and celebrations still permeate its many lakes, temples, forts and palaces. With members of the Bhil tribe still inhabiting the city, vibrant clothes, dance and music add to the beauty of the Venice of the East.
Mewari is the primary language of Udaipur. Rajasthani, Hindi and English are also common in the city.
Situated nearly 600 meters above sea level, Udaipur has a predominately tropical climate with hot summers and comfortable winters. The city boasts the most moderate climate in all of Rajasthan.