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How To Reach Jodhpur From Udaipur

Witness the unique shades of blue in the architecturally rich city of Rajasthan
Tourism In Jodhpur

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How To Reach Jodhpur

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Udaipur to Jodhpur 4.0 hours5.0 hours4.0 hours

How To Reach Jodhpur From Udaipur

Jodhpur, the Blue city, is a legacy town of the Rathore clan. Owing to its royal influence, the town exudes opulence and sheer beauty. It is famous for the forts and the trademark architecture that is displayed through the making of the forts. The Mehrangarh Fort is the most famous fort in Jodhpur as it was where Rao Jodha, the leader of the Rathore clan ruled from. Travelling to and out of Jodhpur is easy, especially when you are trying to reach Jodhpur from Udaipur.  Here are some ways in which you can reach jodhpur from Udaipur:

Udaipur To Jodhpur By air: There are no non-stop flights from Udaipur to Jodhpur. The connecting ones will cost more and will take about 5 hours to reach to Jodhpur from Udaipur. So it is advisable to either travel by train or by road if you have to travel within the state.

Udaipur To Jodhpur By train: Trains from Udaipur to Jodhpur take approximately 11 hours to reach because they go via Ajmer. If you have the patience and the time to travel for so long, trains can prove to be a viable option for you. It is cheap and affordable and you will even get to see Ajmer. There are night trains as well as some day ones. You can travel by whichever according to your convenience.

Udaipur To Jodhpur By road: Jodhpur town is well connected to the whole of Rajasthan by an elaborate road network. The journey from Udaipur to Jodhpur by road is merely a four and a half hour one. During your journey, you can admire the transitioning landscape of Rajasthan. Each city in Rajasthan has its speciality so it will be a mesmerizing journey. You can go via national highway 58, 62 or 27.

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FAQ's of Jodhpur

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Where should I stay in Jodhpur?

A lot of tourists like to stay in one of the numerous heritage hotels in Jodhpur, which give an authentic feel of staying in an old haveli. For those who want to stay in luxury, Jodhpur in fact has some of the best hotels in the country. Notably, the Umaid Bhavan Palace which was originally used by the Royal family as their palace is now a heritage hotel, managed by the Taj group - a night's stay here would cost around 5000 per night.

What are the must try Jodhpur dishes?

Jodhpur has its famous Mirchi Vada, Mawa Kachori and Pyaaz Kachori. Almost as popular and a must try item is Makhaniya Lassi.

What places should I visit when in Jodhpur?

Some of the major places one should visit in the city are Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mehrangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mahamandir, Clock Tower, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park, Mandore Gardens and Balsamand Lake and Garden.

How many days should I plan to stay in Jodhpur?

Unlike other cities of Rajasthan, Jodhpur doesn't have many activities to do than sightseeings and desert safari. A couple or three days should be enough for a visit to this city.

How safe is Jodhpur for women traveling alone?

Jodhpur is a pretty safe place to be in but don't stay out till too late at night and don't get too friendly with the locals either. Keep your distance and be alert at all times and appear confident and don't look afraid or lost, irrespective of whom you meet. If you keep your wits about you, you should be fine in most cases.