79 Places to Visit Near Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is not an English speaking city by nature - but language is never a problem as it has emerged as an international trading hub of Gujarat and almost everybody speaks English. The local language is Gujarati. You can get around by using Hindi or English with most people. The locals are by and large a friendly folk so you’ll get by, even if you don't speak any Indian languages.Ahmedabad was a support of the peaceful development for India's freedom, being host to the Sabarmati ashram of Mahatma Gandhi. Ahmedabad represents a blend of rich convention and present day feel. Ahmedabad is acclaimed for the Navaratri celebration. It's viewed as the longest move celebration on earth. Navratri rocks Ahmedabadi individuals and their visitors as well. The Gujarati people group is to a great extent known for its neighborliness and for being astute businesspeople. Ahmedabad is a major modern city since quite a while ago rumored for its material industry, and today more so for its concoction, oil, global exchange and IT enterprises. It is likewise notable for the Finance Wizards and as the cutting edge center point of hindu, muslim and Jain Religion.

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Kumaon

3 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Kumaon

Best Time: March-June

Kumaon is a stunning region stretching out from the northern finishes of Uttarakhand up to Tibet. Favoured with copious characteristic excellence, biodiversity, completely clear lakes, and snow-clad mountains, there are various tourist points in Kumaon that draw a great many visitors yearly. While most hill stations are flanked by a wide range of conifers and hung in the clothing of green, Kumaon changes its jacket of sprouts a few times each year. With...

Kumaon Travel Guide
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Gandhinagar

30 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Gandhinagar

Best Time: October-March

Located on the western bank of Sabarmati lies the cleanest city in Asia, Gandhinagar. It is the administrative capital of Gujrat and is the second planned city of India after Chandigarh. The beauty of this city, it is divided into thirty sectors, each sector having its own shopping and healthcare centre, primary school, community centre, government and private housing. With so many places to visit and being a city with a rich history, Gandhinagar has al...

Gandhinagar Travel Guide
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Ujjain

38 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Ujjain

Best Time: October-March    

Ujjain, viewed as one of the holiest urban places of India, is an antiquated city arranged on the eastern bank of the Shipra River in the Malwa locale. Ujjain is one of the four destinations for the Kumbh Mela, the biggest harmony assembling in the country that pulls in 100 million individuals to the celebration. This makes Ujjain a locale of high religious centrality for the Hindus. To add to that, it is likewise home to the Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, ...

Ujjain Travel Guide
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Anand

85 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Anand

Best Time: October to March

The Milk capital of India, Anand is one of the most important states of Gujarat. With a different kind of set up, which is semi-urban and semi-rural, it provides a very different kind of experience. A lot of other tourist places are either famous for their natural beauty, historical importance, or utmost cultural experiences, but Anand is famous for an industry which brought it on the economic map of India and marked it important. Thus, it would not be ...

Anand Travel Guide
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Vadodara

137 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Vadodara

Best Time: October to March

If you wish to get awestruck by the most outstanding vanities of architectural design then Vadodara is the place for you. Vadodara sits in the state of Gujarat and is one of the largest cities in the state. Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III a celebrated Maratha king envisaged this city to be a financial and institutional hub with booming opportunities in diverse domains. The city plops down across the banks of River Vishwamitri. The eastern area of Vadodara compri...

Vadodara Travel Guide
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Patan

138 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Patan

Best Time: The best time to visit Patan is during its Rani Ki Vav festival that is held in the month of December or January every year. The major attractions of the festival include- 1. Local arts and craft exhibition. 2. Cultural music and dance performances. 3. Street market. 4. Exquisite food festival

Situated on the banks of Saraswati River in the lowlands between the Aravalli Range and the Gulf of Khambhat (Cambay), Patan is a city in northern Gujarat. One of the newest tourist hubs of India, Patan is a spiritual city that strongly believes that their Kuldevi resides their city who keeps the city intact and its people happy and growing. The ancient yet warm and alluring city of Patan resides comfortably amidst its huge walls. Having been the capit...

Patan Travel Guide
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Champaner-Pavagadh

156 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Champaner-Pavagadh

Best Time: October-February

Located in the historical city of Champaner, Champaner Pavagadh is a UNESCO World Heritage. It is located in the Panchmahal district of Gujarat. There are many historical forts surrounding Champaner and of course the iconic Pavagadh hills. Champaner-Pavagadh has many significant archaeological, heritage as well as historical places. Some of these places are a hill fortress of early Hindu capital, remains of the 16th century capital of the city of Gujara...

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Danta Ambaji

200 kilometres from Ahmedabad Directions from Ahmedabad to Danta Ambaji

Best Time: October-January 

Ambaji is a small pilgrimage town in Gujarat, located in the Danta Taluk and the Banas Kantha district. It crowns the Arusur hill which is on the border of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Its prestige is derived from the famous Hindu temple, Ambe temple, that worships the goddess Amba. She is perceived as one of the forms of Parvati and is a symbol of female power. The Ambe temple is one of the most ancient and respected temples of the country. Countless legends...

Danta Ambaji Travel Guide
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