A mass of factories, mosques, temple and high-rise offices, Gujarat's
commercial hub, Ahmedabad , sprawls along the banks of the River
Sabarmati some 90 km from its mouth in the Bay of Cam bay. A wander
through the bazaars and pols of the bustling old city is rewarding
enough, but Ahmedabad is also packed with diverse architectural styles,
with over fifty mosques and tombs, as well as Hindus and Jain temples
and grand step-well. In addition, assorted museums provide a good
introduction to Gujarati culture
||204.6 sq km
||48.77metres above sea level
||Summer-45.5 C-25.0 C Winter--35 C-15.0C
||Gujarati, English, Hindi
||The average yearly rainfall varies from
100 mm to 50 mm.
|Best Time to Visit
||July to September.
Ahmedabad MapOther cities map
How to get there
- Air :-Ahmedabad is connected by air
with Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and other major cities of India.
- Rail:-Ahmedabad is connected by rail with cities all over India
- Road:- Ahmedabad is connected by road with throughout the country.
It is well connected with Aurangabad, Surat, Jamnagar and other cities
Places to Visit
|Ahmed Shah's Mosque
||Rani ka Hazira
||Shreyas Folk Museum
|Dada Hari Vav
||Rani Sipri Mosque
||Hathi Singh Temple
Swami Narayana Temple
Ahmedabad is fun in itself.
Meander through dozens of boutiques and gift shops on C.G. Road. During
the day take your time browsing through the fascinating range of Patola
silks, ethnic fabrics, silver jewellery, furniture and handicrafts. And
in the evening try the Law Garden evening market for ethnic and
traditional clothes and white metal jewellery. Be there by 5 P.M to have
an early start. The POIs as well Teen Darwaja in old city are once again
great places for antique shopping if you have the time and inclination
for bargaining and don’t mind the heat and dust of the crowded old city.
|Hotel Cama Park Plaza
||Hotel Comfort Inn Sunset
||Hotel Fortune Landmark
||Hotel Le Meridian
|Hotel Taj Residency
||Hotel Inder Residency
||Quality Inn Rivera