Patan Tourism & Travel Guide

The town of Patan will set you in a time warp. The city is shielded by the fort walls and gates, which prevents the ancestral aura and old-world charm from escaping. From medieval forts to an ancient Kali Temple built in the Solanki Dynasty, this settlement is bound to take you through the bygone eras. Ran ki Vav or the Queen’s stepwell, is built on the banks of River Saraswati and has the unique most architectural attributes. The intricate geometric constructions with definite patterns leading down gradually are the hallmark of these stepwells. Spotless Jain Temples and numerous talavs or lakes are responsible for enhancing the glamour of this town. The Hemchandracharya Jain Gyan Library is the source of a large collection of ancient Hindu and Jain texts and scripts, perfect for those who are interested in a deeper understanding of Indian culture. If you head towards the newer parts of the town, you will encounter the lively marketplaces. For those who aren’t aware of it, the recent trend of Patola saree has its genesis in the humble town of Patan. You can opt to stay at Hotel Tulsi or Jai Kishan Guest House.
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Trips and Itineraries for Patan

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Near the Patan Highwa
It is a complexly constructed stepwell in the town of Patan, Gujarat. It is located on the banks of the river Saraswati and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in 2014.
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Trisheriyu Salvistreet, Opp Water tank, Chidiya Darwaja, Patan, Gujarat 384265, India


Weekend Getaways from Patan  

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Udaipur beckons tourists from all over the world with its romantic landscapes and ethereal monuments. Bordered by the crags of the hazy Aravallis, the city that was established in the 16th century by Maharaja Udai Singh, is now a major heritage tourism hotspot for India. With a seductive old-warm charm, opulent palaces and lively bazaars, tourists will never run out of places to visit in Udaipur city. Some enchanting attractions in the city include the filigreed walls of Bada Mahal, the mountain pass of Haldighati, the lavish gardens of Saheliyon ki Bari and the placid waters of the Jaisamand Lake. The shimmering Lake Pichola hosts numerous things to do in Udaipur city, such as a boat ride through the lake to the Jag Mandir Palace, from which you can witness the most stunning sunset. For those with a penchant for automobiles, the Vintage Car Museum in the Garden Hotel, hosts a fantastic exhibit of vintage vehicles. Udaipur's cuisine comprises of Rajasthani staples such as the flavoursome dal baati choorma and gatte ki sabzi. Popular eateries here include Chandni, Ambrai, Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel, Lotus Cafe and Mayur Rooftop Cafe. Hotels are easily available in Udaipur, and several retain their old world feel.


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