Udaipur was founded in the 16th century by Maharana Udai Singh and became the capital of the kingdom of Mewar after the fall of Chittorgarh in 1567. Since then it has been ruled by the Sisodia Ranas, although after independence the Sisodias have lost the formal status of rulers. Tourism is ever growing in Udaipur and to cater to the need s of the large number of tourists, touristplacesinindia.com offers tips on how to reach Udaipur.
How to reach Udaipur by air
The Dabok airport is situated at a distance of 25 kilometers from the city center. It is connected to Delhi via Jodhpur and Jaipur by the Indian (Indian airlines) flight. Indian also has a flight to Mumbai from Udaipur. Jet airways also has a flight from Udaipur to Delhi via Jaipur and a direct flight to Delhi. Jet also flies you to Mumbai from Udaipur. You can get transportation for the city at the airport, including air-conditioned luxury taxis.
How to reach Udaipur by rail
Reaching Udaipur by railway is very convenient as the city is well connected with the rest of the country by a large number of trains. Chetak express and Delhi Ahmadabad Express are the trains connecting Udaipur with Delhi. Ranakpur express, Aravalli express, Ahmadabad Jammu express, and Ahmadabad Jodhpur Express are the trains connecting Udaipur with Mumbai, Ahmadabad and other important destinations in west India.
How to reach Udaipur by road
Road access to Udaipur is provided by a large number of long distance buses operated by the state of Rajasthan as well as the neighboring states. Private buses and taxis are also available from various nearby destinations like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Abu, Jaisalmer, Bharatpur and Bikaner. Luxury coaches are available to distant cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Mathura, Bhopal and Ahmadabad.
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