Located on the banks of Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad is the largest city of the western state of Gujarat. With an estimated population of 5.5 million, Ahmedabad is the only gateway to India on the western side. It is the Sixth largest city in the India and is ranked third in the Forbes list of fastest growing cities. Also known as the Manchester of East due to its budding textile industry. The city comes second in the production of cotton in India.

The ancient monuments and heritage buildings speaks about the glorious past of this city which dates back to 11th century. Other the heritage the city is enriched with culture which can be seen in the language, food and clothes of the local people. The place is also of immense historical importance for the Indians as it played an important role in the Indian Independence movement. The weather is hot and semi arid and rainfall is comparatively low, too. However it gets pleasant in winter and it’s the best time to visit this city.


Airports: One airport which is connected with various other airports in India. There are some international flights from Emirates, Quatar, Airarabia and Singapore airlines, too.

Railway Station: One major railway stations that connects this city from rest of the India.

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Novotel, Ahmedabad Lemon tree, Ahmedabad Sarovar Portico
Radisson Blu Gateway Hotel Ummed Comfort Inn

House of MG: A heritage house which has been turned into a hotel. We will recommend it to those who are looking for character along with comfort in a property.

Area Population Local Languages
7700 Sq Kms 5.5 Million Gujarati and Hindi


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