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Lake Pichola

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Created in 1362 and expanded when the city was founded in the 1500s, Lake Pichola is the centrepiece of Udaipur, often heralded as India’s most romantic city - when its calm surface perfectly reflects the surrounding mountains and Rajput-era palaces that line its banks it isn’t hard to see why. A boat tour of the lake is a best way to see the city’s opulent architecture and can include landing on Jag Mandir Island, which has its own exquisite palace, and time to admire the Lake Palace, which seemingly floats on the water’s surface, now a luxury hotel.

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