By train the journey from Ahmedabad to Udaipur is scheduled to take from 5 to 6 hours depending upon which train service you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Ahmedabad to Udaipur is 296 km.
Train Times from Ahmedabad to Udaipur
There are currently 4 trains from Ahmedabad to Udaipur.
- Train times from Ahmedabad Asarva Railway Station (ASV) to Udaipur City Railway Station (UDZ).
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Location of Ahmedabad Asarva Railway Station
Asarva Railway Station is 4.5 km by road from the Teen Darwaza.
Location of Udaipur City Railway Station
Udaipur City Railway Station is 1.4 km by road from Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple.
About Travel to Udaipur
Udaipur is a city of just under half a million permanent residents located in the state of Rajasthan in the North West of India. Udaipur is one of the 4 main tourist destinations in Rajasthan, along with the more famous cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. One of the things that sets Udaipur apart from other major cities in Rajasthan is its 7 large lakes. The most visited of these lakes is Lake Pichola, which is in the centre of city.
At the edge of Lake Pichola is Udaipur’s most famous building, City Palace, construction of which commenced in the 16th Century from the time when Udaipur was founded. City Palace is still owned by the former royal family of Udaipur. Parts of the palace are open to tourists for an entrance fee. The palace also houses a hotel and a number of retail premises.
There are a further two palaces actually in Lake Pichola. Lake Palace, which featured in the James Bond movie Octopussy, is now an upmarket hotel (called Taj Lake Palace) which is not open to the general public. The other palace in the lake is the Jag Mandir, construction of which started in the 16th Century and finished in the 17th Century.
Also of note in Udaipur are the Monsoon Palace, constructed on hill in the 19th Century providing the royal family with views across the city, and Udaipur’s two large parks. The Saheliyon-ki-Bari, which means the ‘Gardens of the Maidens’, was established in the 18th Century. The Gulab Bagh and Bird Park was opened to the public in 1884 and is probably the largest park in Rajasthan. It features a zoo and a bird park in addition to beautiful gardens.