Eight places near Ahmedabad
#01 – kutch, Gujarat
This place is also referred to as the white desert of India because of the stretches of the white salt desert which is visible as pure white land. It is an island that resembles a tortoise in shape. Basically, it is a princely state owing to the great nature it had from the past.
Greatly known for the Great Rann of Kutch, Kutch desert wildlife sanctuary which is home to various animals and birds, the place comes to life in the winter when the Rann festival is normally held. The best time to visit is November to February.
#02 – Mandu, Madhya Pradesh
This city is full of ancient architectural designs that go back centuries. The city was majorly influenced by the love shared between Prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati and from the union the oldest monument of India was born. It is famously known for the Rani Rumpatis pavilion and Baz Bahadur’s palae.
#03 – Patan, Gujarat
Patan is the latest tourist hub in India owing to the induction of Ravi Ka Vav into the list of Unesco World Heritage site. Before the induction, Patan was largely known for its temples including the Ravi Ka Vav making it a great spiritual city.
Patan was the capital state for 650 years in the medieval period. To this date, the historical political value of Patan is one of the welcoming factors of the city.
#04 – Gir, Gujarat
This town is known because it houses the Gir National Park which is home to the sole Asiatic lions. The preservation of these lions is what makes this place unique in the world.
Located 399km from Ahmedabad, it is the perfect location for the peaceful gate away due to its tranquility.
#05 – Vadodara, Gujarat
The town is essentially an architectural hub. Being home to the Laxmi Vilas Palace, Sayaji gardens and the Vadodara Museum, it is the hometown of various prominent universities. The architecture pays homage to its leader who had envisioned the city as an industrial, educational and cultural center.
A nine-day festival, Navratri Festival makes the city sought after during the period.
#06 – Gandhinagar, Gujarat
This is the capital city of Gujarat rich in cultural heritage, beautiful and peaceful scenery and the amazing temples. Its attractions include Children’s park and the step well. It is also the home of one of the most beautiful temples in India, Akshardham Temple.
#07 – Udaipur, Rajasthan
Udaipur is also known as the city of lakes since it is located in a valley and surrounded by four lakes. It is the jewel of Rajasthan. Other than the lakes, it is also surrounded by the beautiful hills, Aravalli Hills. The city is known for Lake Pichola, City Palace, and Sajjangarh Palace.
#08 – Champaner-Pavagadh, Gujarat
Champaner-Pavagadh was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites drawing its attention to the beautiful archeological park it is that is set in the center of Champaner town whilst in the middle of Pavagadh hills. The induction made it to be one of the most sort after places in Gujarat.