Once home to Bapu and being the centre of operations for the Indian freedom struggle, it is located on the banks of river Sabarmati.
It was in 1411 that the founder of the city of Ahmedabad, Sultan Ahmad Shah built Bhadra Fort.
Another architectural wonder created by Sultan Ahmed Shah, Jama Masjid is one of the top Ahmedabad tourist places.
Built around an artificial water body, called Sarkhej Lake, this tomb is among the architectural attractions of the city.
Ahmedabad is replete with tombs that enchant you with their magnificence and ornate carvings.
Rani no Hajiro, which means Queen’s Tomb in Gujarati, holds the graves of the queen consorts of Ahmed Shah.
It is a calming experience, spending leisurely hours on its shores, admiring the greenery all around.
Enjoy your meals at Nagina Wadi, which is a garden themed food stall area lip-smacking authentic Gujarati food.
Kamala Nehru Zoological Garden or Kankaria Zoo as it also called is the perfect picnic spot in Ahmedabad.