Video: Udaipur’s City Palace in a Wheelchair

Udaipur’s City Palace was built in the 16th century. The main concept behind the design of the palace was that in the case of an enemy attack it becomes extremely difficult for them to infiltrate. This has resulted in a lot of narrow passages and small doors.

Obviously, nobody thought of the disabled tourists that would visit the palace 400 years later ๐Ÿ˜‰

Nevertheless, the trust managing the palace has given a serious thought to our access needs. The ramp that I used to enter the Kingโ€™s Palace is as new as of November 2016. There are also small ramps throughout the City Place to go over single steps.

Check out my wheelchair-tour of Udaipur’s City Palace in this video:

Also, read about my other adventures in Udaipur on my wheelchair to get inspired for your next accessible-holiday.

4 thoughts on “Video: Udaipur’s City Palace in a Wheelchair

  1. Hi Mrunmaiy! I am glad I landed here via IndiBlogger. You are a truly great inspirer. Here people don’t feel gutsy to show up even in an InstaStory and you are creating the video of journeys. You are going superb and keep enlightening us through your travel stories. Lots of love to you.

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