Jan 21, 2023

Marvel at history and delve into the Gujarati culture in Ahmedabad

Established by the Mughal Emperor Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411, Ahmedabad was the first city to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage City because of the historical significance of the Sultanate and Pre-Sultanate monuments that are present here. Despite the size of the city, we bet you can still enjoy it in just one day by following the itinerary we have made for the explorers like you.


You must know about the staple Gujarati breakfast Fafda Jalebi and not trying it when in Ahmedabad will definitely going to haunt you later. So, just head to any local eatery and gorge on this delicious combination of a sweet-salty dish.

Sabarmati Ashram

Post a soul-soothing breakfast; it’s time to get transported to the pre-independence era by visiting the iconic Sabarmati Ashram, which was once an abode of Mahatma Gandhi. If you remember the famous revolutionary movement Dandi March, then let us tell you that this is the place where it started

Timings: 8:30 am – 6:30 pm

Fees: Free

Adalaj Stepwell

Adalaj Stepwell

Witness the symbol of love at Adalaj Stepwell, a unique bath place, also known as a stepped pond, built by Rana Veer Singh in memory of his wife. The carving on the walls of Stepwell is also worth capturing and indirectly tells us about the craftsmanship of people of those times.

Timings: 6 am- 6 pm

Fees: 20rs


Gujarat is known for its culinary excellence, and to know it for yourself; you got to try a traditional Gujarati Thali. The dishes that you will find in their thali are steamed rice, Dhokla, Kadhi, Shaak (special vegetable), Undhiyu (mixed vegetables), Juwar roti and Basundi in sweet.

Sidi Saiyyed Mosque

Built by Habshi nobleman Sidi Sayyad in 1572 AD, the mosque is an architectural masterpiece, especially the ten jali windows carved on stones, including the mind-numbing tree of life window. It’s a perfect place to click some remarkable snaps for your Insta feed.

Timings: 7 am – 6 pm

Fees: Free


Kankaria lake

After a long day, Kankaria lake could be your final stop to give you some last dose of thrill and excitement with the variety of entertainment options that it offers, including bubble rides, boating and toy train rides. You can also watch the laser and the musical fountain show in the evening here.

Timings: 4 am- 8 pm

9 am-10 pm, Mondays are closed

Fees: 25rs

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