48 hours in Ahmedabad

  • Ahmedabad

Declared as India's first UNESCO World Heritage City, Ahmedabad or Amdavad is steeped in history and tradition. Offering a seamless blend of spectacular architecture of centuries-old mosques and contemporary avant-garde design, Gujarat's biggest city is a bustling cosmopolitan hub.

Day 1:

9:00 AM - Start your day by visiting Law Garden. It is a popular public garden located in the heart of the city. You can take a morning walk or jog around the garden and enjoy the fresh air.

10:00 AM - After spending some time at Law Garden, head to the nearby street market which is famous for its handicrafts, textiles, and traditional clothing. You can shop for souvenirs or gifts for your loved ones.

12:00 PM - Next, head to Parimal Garden which is located in the western part of the city. This garden is known for its beautiful flowers and well-maintained lawns. You can spend some time relaxing on the benches or taking a stroll around the garden.

1:30 PM - For lunch, you can try some local Gujarati cuisine at any of the nearby restaurants. Some popular options include Agashiye, Vishalla, and Gordhan Thal.

3:00 PM - After lunch, you can visit the nearby Sidi Saiyyed Mosque which is known for its intricate stone carvings. It is one of the most iconic landmarks of Ahmedabad. 

4:30 PM - Finally, end your day by visiting the Sabarmati Riverfront which is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. You can take a leisurely walk along the riverfront and enjoy the sunset.

6:00 PM - Head back to your hotel or accommodation after a fun-filled day exploring Ahmedabad.

Day 2:

9:00 AM - Start your day by visiting Teen Darwaza. It is an ancient gateway that was built during the reign of Sultan Ahmed Shah. You can explore the intricate carvings and architecture of this historical monument.

10:30 AM - Next, head to Manekchowk Food Market. This market is famous for its street food and local delicacies. You can try out some of the popular dishes like pav bhaji, dabeli, and khakra.

12:00 PM - After having a delicious breakfast, visit Sabarmati Ashram. This is the place where Mahatma Gandhi lived for many years and led the Indian independence movement. You can explore the museum and learn about the life and teachings of Gandhi.

2:00 PM - Take a break for lunch and try out some of the local Gujarati cuisine at any nearby restaurant.

3:00 PM - After lunch, you can visit the Hathi Singh Jain Temple. This temple is known for its stunning architecture and intricate carvings. 

4:30 PM - Finally, end your day by visiting the Kankaria Lake. You can enjoy a peaceful evening stroll around the lake or take a ride on the toy train.

6:00 PM - Head back to your hotel and relax after a long day of exploring the city.

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