How many days for Udaipur? What about Budget?
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I would say 4 days. 2 days to explore the city on foot, which is easily doable. And two more for Chittorgarh, Ranakpur, Kumbhalgarh. Another day if you want to cover Eklingji, Shrinathji, and Haldighati ( not much to do here). But DO NOT MISS the forts. They are insane.
As far as possible, stay near the lake & spend time at the small ghats. Also, don’t miss the sunset at Monsoon Palace. If you can, cycle up to the hilltop for ultimate experince.
Chittor,Kumbhalgarh & Ranakpur.Kumbhalgarh is approx 105km and Ranakpur is approx 95km from Udaipur. I would suggest, first go to Kumbhalgarh and then go to Ranakpur as Ranakpur is near from Kumbhalgarh.
City Palace, Jag Mandir, Lake Pichola, Monsoon Palace, Vintage and Classic car museum(if you are interested in cars), boat ride to Jag Mandir island.
Monsoon palace during sunset is the best thing you can do in Udaipur and the 2nd best is dinner at Upre rooftop with spectacular views of the city palace (Don’t miss out)