With some of the finest Indian-Islamic monuments, exquisite temples, carved wooden houses with unique architectural tradition, a walk through the 600 years old walled city to experience its glory is a must. It has rich and varied architecture, art, religious places, walls & gates, havelis, its culture and tradition.
An area of 76 acres and an island garden called “Nagina Wadi” in the middle, Kankaria Lake has become a symbol of Ahmedabad city. Adjoining to it, is a zoo, balvatika, aquarium and surrounding hill garden. It’s a complete entertainment centre with tethered balloon ride, water ride, water park and food stalls.
Being one of the largest textile markets in India, Ahmedabad makes one of the best shopping destinations for shopaholics. Whether you want to buy a traditional gujarati attire or wish to pick souvenirs to take back home as a memory, Ahmedabad provides you with a lot of options. You can visit places like Law Garden, Sindhi Market or Lal Darwaza and make the most of your trip.
Food is an imminent part of Ahmedabad’s culture. Agashiye is Ahmedabad’s open terrace heritage hotel where you can relish the flavours of Gujarat, with every day changing veg thalis. This unique cultural journey will definitely be sweet and spicy.