Udaipur is well connected to the major cities of India by land, rail and air.
Udaipur is easily accessible via major roads from every major destination in India including Chittorgarh (117km), Ahmedabad (257km), Jodhpur (260km), Ajmer (307km), Sawai Madhopur/Ranthambore (638km), Jaipur (421km), Bikaner (488km), Agra (638km), Delhi (676km), Mumbai (725km), and Khajuraho (776km).
Dabok Airport, also known as Maharana Pratap Airport after the son of Udai Singh, is 25km northeast of the city center. There are daily flights from Delhi and Mumbai on Jet Airways, Air India, IndiGo and SpiceJet.
Taxis between the airport and the city cost â‚¹500-750 from the prepaid taxi booth in the airport. Many hotels will offer a prearranged pickup for â‚¹600-800. There are no public buses between the airport and the city. Uber or the Indian ride-sharing mobile app "Ola" will go between the airport and city center for â‚¹300-350. Depending on your location within the narrow and crowded streets of the city center, the taxi driver may insist on passing you off to a Tuk Tuk once in the city center. Depending on haggling abilities the tuk tuk may cost another â‚¹50-100.
Udaipur has direct train connections to many major cities in India including Chittorgarh (6-7 per day, 2 hours. â‚¹140), Ahmedabad (daily, 10 hours, â‚¹200), Ajmer (4 per day, 5 hours. â‚¹135-680), Sawai Madhopur (daily, 7 hours, â‚¹270-1,625), Jaipur (3 per day, 7 hours, â‚¹170-855), Agra (daily, 13 hours, â‚¹360-2,355), Delhi (2 per day, 12 hours. â‚¹390-1,440), Mumbai (every other day, 17 hours, â‚¹475-1,785), and Khajuraho (daily, 21 hours, â‚¹485-3,245).
Udaipur is connected by an efficient bus service to most cities in Rajasthan, which can sometimes be much faster than the train. Buses operate between Udaipur and Mount Abu (5 hours, â‚¹165), Agra (6 hours, â‚¹120), Ahmedabad (6 hours, â‚¹200), Jodhpur (8 hours, â‚¹125), Ajmer (8 hours, â‚¹150), Jaipur (9 hours, â‚¹200), Bikaner, Delhi (14 hours, â‚¹420), and Mumbai (16 hours, sleeper â‚¹600 or seat â‚¹400).