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20 hours bus ride from Jaipur

Ahmedabad: Discover Unforgettable Experiences

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Chloe Pariset Seasoned Traveler

As the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and the gateway to the beautiful state of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is also home to some of the most beautiful Indian mosques.

Take a tour of the old town in the company of guides on the "Heritage Walk", then taste the numerous specialties of this colorful country!

What could be better than starting your stay in Ahmedabad with a guided tour of the old town. The guides of the "Heritage Walk" took us to the heart of the historic district, where huge mosques and small avenues alternate.

Then change of scene at the Ashram Sabarmati, five kilometers from the city center. This ashram is the birthplace of the battle of Gandhi. Indeed, the famous Salt March started here. The ashram, which is located on the riverside, illuminates the life and struggle of the Mahatma and the surrounding garden is a beautiful invitation for relaxation and meditation.

A trip to India would not be complete without visiting a typical restaurant. Ahmedabad is sure to please you in this regard! Whether with Dabelis or Pani Puris on the street or particularly magnificent Thalis in more elegant restaurants, the Gujaratis know how to combine texture and taste!

Philippine Lefas Seasoned Traveler

The huge city in the state of Gujarat is so extensive that even the tuk-tuks get lost here ... And it's not a technique for catching tourists!

Remember to make reservations in advance, whether for accommodation or sightseeing.

Ahmedabad was on my route by chance, it wasn't exactly my favorite stage ... It's hard to grasp such a big city in so little time! It can throw you off track: pollution, a growing population, anarchic buildings, large traffic arteries ... but without many attractions, like in Delhi.

If you go there, you will still find interesting activities! Ahmedabad is the city of Gandhi. Take a trip to the Sabarmati Ashram, a former hermitage that is now a museum of nonviolence where you can learn a lot. Visiting the Textile Museum is a great way to see beautiful fabrics up close ... but be careful, opening times are strict and reservations are required. Don't do it like me: I was standing in front of closed doors!

Why not discover the Jami Masjid Great Mosque, it is quite beautiful and one of the largest in the world!

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