Steeped in history, buzzing with energy and bursting to the seams with people from across India, the Heritage City of Ahmedabad boasts of an endless amount of sights to see, things to do and places to visit. Ahmedabad has something for everyone. To make things simpler, we’ve curated a list of must-dos and will have your Uber waiting when you’re ready to go!
Ahmedabad One Mall
One of the biggest malls in Ahmedabad, it is home to 100% vegetarian food court, hyper local brand store like lifestyle and hypercity and one of the top 5 star hotels – Hyatt.
Calico Museum of Textiles
Calico Museum is India’s premier textile museum that contains one of the world’s complete collection of antique Indian textiles, some of which are up to 500 years old. This place is for the ones that have a thirst for knowledge and admire incredible handiwork.
Sabarmati River Front
The river front is made on the river Sabarmati. Visit the place and enjoy the serene walk, bicycle ride or simply sit in the park area and enjoy the beautiful weather.
If you are a big shopaholic, visiting the Law Garden should be on your list. This place offers amazing handicrafts and interesting Gujarati outfits, apart from other amenities, where you can easily bargain for anything you like.
Sidi Saiyyed Mosque
Commonly known as Sidi Saiyyed Ni Jaali, it is one of the most famous mosques in Ahmedabad. As the name suggests, the mosque is famous for beautifully carved jalis on the side and rear arches.
This stepwell is located in the Gandhinagar district and was built in the 19th century. It carries architectural significance and sees a lot of tourist attraction.
A Mosque located in village Makarba, Sarkhej Roza was compared with Acropolis of Athens by the architect Le Corbusier and hence bagged the title of ‘Acropolis of Ahmedabad’
Sabarmati Ashram is one of the must visit places in Ahmedabad. This place was Gandhiji’s humble abode and the museum embraces a detailed, informative record of his life and his teachings.
Top places to Eat
Named as one of the best restaurants of Ahmedabad, Agashiye is famous of its authentic Gujarati Thali. Spread over 2 floors and beautifully made, it is a must visit restaurants in Ahmedabad.
Located in Ambavadi, Project Cafe is famous amongst the youth. The most recommended dishes includes pasta and waffles.
Havmor is one of the oldest chains in Ahmedabad that had its first outlet in 1944. It has over 40,000 outlets across Gujarat now. Do not forget to try its mouthwatering ice creams that are made with love and compassion.
Located in the oldest quarter of Ahmedabad, this is the best place to visit at night to get a taste of the city’s street food. During the day, this place is home to jewellers, and at night a place for experiencing some of Gujarat’s best desserts, sandwiches, and more.