Plan your trip to Ahmedabad from USA.

Travel to Ahmedabad:

Ahmedabad is the twin city of Gandhinagar in Gujarat and is located on the banks of the Sabarmati river. As the country’s second oldest stock exchange, the city has been a hub of commerce for a long time. The city was the center of Mahatma Gandhi’s activities in the saga of the Indian independence. The Old City of Ahmedabad, so entrenched in the history of the state, was declared by the UNESCO to be a heritage sight in India. Book cheap flights to Ahmedabad from usa today and experience the city- a conglomeration of progressive ideologies.

Top Places to Visit:

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The Jumma Masjid/Jama Masjid
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Siddi Sayed Mosque, pc: The Financial Express

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Sabarmati Ashram, pc: The Dilettante Photographer – Blogger
  • Teen Darwaza
  • Kankaria Lake

 

When to visit:

Like the rest of the country, Ahmedabad has unpleasant hot weather in the summer months that is unsuitable for tourist activity. The mild and pleasant winters, on the other hand, provide a great setting against which to explore the city. With temperatures going down to soothing degrees, November to February accords for the best period in which to visit Ahmedabad.

Things to do:

Ahmedabad comes with its history, and the Calico Museum of Textiles brings with it the memory of the Swadeshi movement. The Sabarmati Ashram that was the seat of Mahatma Gandhi’s nonviolent teachings continues to provide spiritual answers even today. The Jama Masjid and the Siddi Sayid’s Mosque, coupled with temples like the Huthee Singh temple provide a picture of religious syncretism and a legacy of empires. The Lokayatan Folk Museum presents a great window into the local life and folk culture in Gujarat.

Traveling tips in the particular city:

Prepaid taxis are available from the airport, but they are not particularly reasonable regarding the fair. Auto-rickshaws are available for daily commute and charge about Rs. 250 to take you to the Old City. Very few auto-rickshaw drivers are willing to charge by the meter, especially with foreign customers.

 

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