Situated on the Sabarmati Riverbank, instantly attracts you for its centuries-old incredible architecture.
The first UNESCO World Heritage city of India, Ahmedabad, is the 6th largest city in India. It is also called Manchester of India. Founded in the 15th Century, today Ahmedabad is an amalgamation of culture, cuisine, art, old & new cutting-edge contemporary design. Gandhinagar, its twin city, is the capital of Gujrat. Sabarmati river cut across the two cities, and on its banks is the Sabarmati Ashram, where Mahatma Gandhi spent twelve years. Walk through
the old quarters and experience it from proximity. About 110 km is Patan, the region's capital during the 11th Century known for incarnated stepwell, another UNESCO heritage site.
Why should you travel to Ahmedabad?
A hyperactive city with charming streets, people, and a vibrant atmosphere shows the excitement around all the places and immerse you with its rich culture, history, and museums. Then there are a crowd of food lovers in the fine restaurants and bustling street-food corners. India’s first world heritage city surprises every day.
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