The stepwell's excellent craftsmanship and Sanskrit and Persian inscriptions on its walls and columns offer calm and quiet.
This museum shows automobile evolution. The museum's horse-drawn carriages, railway saloons, convertibles, big vintage cars, and vintage buggies delight tourists.
Swaminarayan, who started the Swaminarayan sect of Hinduism, gave the order to build this impressive temple in the year 1822.
This popular Ahmedabad attraction located on the Sabarmati River. One of Ahmedabad's best Ashrams was Mahatma Gandhi's home.
The Jhuta Minar in Ahmedabad is one of the most fascinating pieces of architecture the world has ever seen. They are still a mystery.
Bhadra Fort is an amazing historical fort on the eastern banks of the Sabarmati River. Sultan Ahmad Shah I, the founder of Ahmedabad, built it in 1411.
About 75 km from Ahmedabad, in the town of Lothal, you can see the ruins of a great city from the Indus Valley Civilization, which ruled the area 4,500 years ago.
The complex is huge and has an IMAX 3D theatre, an amphitheatre, a Hall of Science, a Planet Earth Pavillion, an Energy Park, a Life Science Park, and musical fountains.
Emperor Sultan Ahmed Shah, who founded Ahmedabad, built this beautiful building. It was the most important part of the old walled city.
One of the new things to see and do in Ahmedabad at night is the beautiful Sabarmati Riverfront, which is also one of the must-see places in the city.
Dedicated to India's 1st Deputy Prime Minister, is located in Moti Shahi Mahal in Shahibaug, Ahmedabad.
Rani No Hajiro is a group of tombs made for the wives of the Mughal kings . This building is close to the well-known Manek Chowk.
Kankaria Lake, formerly Hauj-e-Kutub, is a popular tourist attraction. Tourists and locals love the toy railway, balloon trip, and aquatic activities.