Being the largest city of Gujarat; it is recognized for noteworthy buildings, extraordinary arts center, sensible cafés and delightful night markets. It has always been known for its opulent past that recaps us of the Mughal, Maratha and Delhi Sultanate rule along with the independence fight of India.
Swami Narayan Temple, Kavi Dalpatram Chowk, Calico Dome, Haja Patel ni Pol, Kuvavala Khancha, Doshivada ni Pol, Rani no Haziro, Harkunvar Shethani ni haveli, Science City, Kankaria Lake, Sabarmati Ashram, Sabarmati Riverfront and so on are among few places that would make your Ahmedabad visit complete. Local street food is must have here. World famous Dabeli, diverse types of breads like Rotli, Thepla, Maal Pua, Puri, Bhakhri are mouth-watering. Try Khari, Khakhra, Dal-Dhokli, Chevdo, Dhokla, Undhiyu, Khaman, Bhusu, Fafda, Papdi, and Sev-Mamra before you leave Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad is indeed heaven for Vegetarians.
Uttarayan: International Kite festival in January and Navaratri in October are celebrated here with unmatchable passion and joy. Don’t miss these festivals.
Best time to visit Ahmedabad:
Ahmedabad sees three main seasons, specifically summers from March to June, winters from November to February and monsoon from July to September. In the summer season, the temperature lies between 44 and 47 degree Celsius. Hence visit this city in winters and monsoon.
How to reach Ahmedabad:
- Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport accommodates national and international flights well-connecting to Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, London, Frankfurt, Singapore, USA and Middle East.
- Ahmedabad is linked to numerous cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru via rail route as well.
- The road route is well maintained in Gujarat connecting it to Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.
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