Ahmedabad, one of the largest cities in the Indian state of Gujarat, known for its rich culture, history, and vibrant street food scene.
Currency : Indian Rupees
Best Time to Visit : November, December, January and February
Ways to Travel : By Air: Flights, By Road: Trains, Buses and Cars.
Ideal Budget : 14,000 to 15,000
Adalaj Stepwell: An ancient stepwell with intricate carvings and a unique architectural design. It served both as a water source and a place of solace.
Sabarmati Ashram: Also known as Mahatma Gandhi Ashram, it is a significant place where Mahatma Gandhi lived and worked during the Indian independence movement. The ashram now serves as a museum and a place for reflection.
Kankaria Lake: Spend your evening at Kankaria Lake, a popular recreational area in Ahmedabad. You can take a leisurely walk, enjoy boat rides, or visit the zoo or toy train if you have children with you.
Manek Chowk: Head to Manek Chowk, a bustling market area that transforms into a street food paradise at night. Try local snacks, sweets, and street food like dabeli, pav bhaji, and kulfi.
Lal Darwaja: This bustling market area is known for its diverse range of items, including textiles, traditional clothing, accessories, jewelry, and electronics. It's an excellent place for bargain shopping.
Rani no Hajiro: Located in the old city, this market is famous for its traditional jewellery, clothing, and accessories, particularly for women. You can find intricate bangles, earrings, and ethnic wear here.
Law Garden Night Market: This is a must-visit for traditional Gujarati clothing and handicrafts. You can find colorful and embroidered textiles, chaniya cholis (traditional dresses), jewelry, and home decor items.
POPULAR FOOD PLACES
Gordhan Thal: A popular restaurant for authentic Gujarati thali, serving an array of vegetarian dishes in a traditional setting.
Agashiye: Located on the terrace of a heritage haveli, this restaurant serves a delightful rooftop Gujarati thali and offers a stunning view of the old city.
Das Khaman: A popular place for khaman and dhokla, two famous Gujarati snacks. They also serve jalebi and fafda, which make for a perfect combo.
Stay in "The house of MG"a blend of traditional Gujarati architecture with modern amenities.