The Maharanas of Udaipur were known car aficionados. Over the years they collected and preserved the best of the motoring worlds. The collection is open to public for a fee. One can browse through the cars that range from Fords to Cadillac to Rolls Royce. All the cars are in working condition. Must visit for all auto enthusiasts.
-Udaipur is well connected by road, rail and air from metros.
-It is not a desert region and has green cover.
-Parking is an issue in the old city area. If you are driving down confirm about parking arrangements with your host.
WHERE TO STAY:
Udaipur being a major tourist destination, stay options are aplenty. From a cheap hostel to a five-star property, you can choose depending on your budget.
WHERE TO EAT:
-The city sees a huge influx of national as well as foreign tourists. From local to international cuisine, everything is available. See if the place seems clean and get it.
-Some of the local favourites are Ambrai and Upre.
WHERE TO SHOP:
-The area just outside the City Palace is a shopping lovers' paradise. Traditional Rajasthani colourful designs adorn the streets. Bargaining is an important aspect as it mainly caters to tourists.
-The locals do their shopping at Hathi Pol which is cheaper.
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