The total straight line distance between Ujjain and Indore is 51 KM (kilometers) and 700 meters. The miles based distance from Ujjain to Indore is 32.1 miles. This is a straight line distance and so most of the time the actual travel distance between Ujjain and Indore may be higher or vary due to curvature of the road .
The driving distance or the travel distance between Ujjain to Indore is 56 KM and 357 meters. The mile based, road distance between these two travel point is 35 miles.
Rajwada Palace, Indore is one of the major attractions of tourism. Rajwada is the historic mansion of rulers of the Holkar dynasty. This palace was built almost 200 years ago and till date the palace has a special charm for tourists. The architecture of this palace is a mix of many forms and architectural styles of French, Maratha and Mughal styles. This building is situated in the heart of the city, which is a seven-storey building. The entry of this palace is very beautiful and grand. A great pylon, serves as the entrance to the palace. The entrance to the palace made of wood and iron made of majestic structure welcomes all the tourists coming here.
Mahatma Gandhi Hall is one of Indore's historic buildings. This hall was constructed in 1904 and was named King Edward Hall. After India's independence, the name of this grand hall was changed to Mahatma Gandhi Hall in 1948. This hall is constructed in the Indian - Gothic style, designed by Charles Frederick Stevens of Bombay. Mahatma Gandhi Hall is one of Indore's historic buildings. This hall was constructed in 1904 and was named King Edward Hall. After India's independence, the name of this grand hall was changed to Mahatma Gandhi Hall in 1948. This hall is constructed in the Indian - Gothic style, designed by Charles Frederick Stevens of Bombay. Open terrace, decorative palettes, high ceilings, furnished rooms, towers etc. offer grandeur to this hall. There may also be 2000 people in this hall at one time. The hall also has a park for children and a library.
Lal Bagh Palace is one of Indore's most magnificent palaces. This palace is a magnificent structure standing in the form of a three-story building on the banks of the river Mina. This palace was built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar. This palace was used by the Royal Family in hostel. The Lal Bagh Palace is one of Indore's most unique and famous palaces whose architecture is very unique. A glimpse of the life style of rulers is clearly seen in this palace. In this palace, the garden of India's most beautiful rose is also located. The entrance to the palace is very beautiful. Lal Bagh palace is decorated with many food items and idols from India and Italy. This palace is carved on the walls and on the ceiling. There is also a coin museum in the palace. Spread over 28 acres, this palace has been converted into a museum.