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With feet firmly planted between the traditions of the past and the modern-day stereotypes, Ahmedabad is a perfect marriage of industrial development and picturesque greenery. The city that lives from the heart has enchanted many a tourist, so much so that they have permanently embraced the city as their own. Ahmedabad is often called the "Manchester of the East". This place is also famous for its rich association with the Indian Freedom Movement and the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

Ahmedabad has got several tourist attractions that range from monuments to beautiful amusement parks. Many buildings of the city are built following Indo-Sarcenic approach of architecture, which is a combination of Islamic and Hindu styles. Rani Rupmati's Mosque, the Jama Masjid and Rani Sipri's Mosque - all feature highly on the list of Tourist Attractions of Ahmedabad and showcase Indo-Sarcenic method of architecture. Sidi Sayad's Mosque is another splendid example of delicate carving done on stone windows.

Sidi Bashir's Mosque and The tomb of Ahmed Shah also draw huge footfalls round the year. Be awed by the historical significance of the Sabarmati Ashram or invoke the divinity within at the various religious houses of worship such as the Hathisingh Jain Temple, Sidi Sayed Mosque, and Akshardham Temple.
Vadodara is a significant tourism destination in Gujarat. The city boasts of some very important historical as well as cultural heritage sites. These sites are dotted all over the town and therefore they can only be covered via private cabs. Best exemplifying the coexistence between natural resources and industrial developments, the city derives its name from the presence of massive numbers of Vad trees.

Vadodara city in Gujarat closely reflects the heritage of Maharajah Sayaji Rao III who was a dynamic ruler and a great city planner. Successive rulers added palaces, lakes and parks, making the city one of the most charming urban centers in the region. Vadodara is a major tourist zone with stress to catholicity modern outlook and its cosmopolitan culture. Contemporary Vadodara is important as a growing industrial city and a prominent centre for academics. The College of Fine Arts is recognized as one of the best in the country.

The Kirti Mandir with its grandeur architectures, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum, and Khanderao market are some major attractions that one should explore. Vadodra, which was also the former cultural capital of Gujarat, is well connected by all major modes of transportation.
Established by Bhavsinhji Gohil in1723 AD, Bhavnagar is the capital of Bhavnagar State, the earliest princely state to join with independent Indian Union in 1948. At present it is the fifth-largest city of Gujarat, and is often regarded as the cultural capital of Saurashtra. Also called Gohilwad, Bhavnagar is the erstwhile capital of Gohil Rajputs belonging to the Surya Vanshi family.

In the backdrop of the clear lapping waters of the Gulf of Khambat, Bhavnagar stands tall amidst its architectural glory. Bhavnagar is also called the Cultural City for having bred many literary laureates. From the vibrant bazaars to the resplendence works of silversmiths, this city has much to offer to anyone seeking a taste of the bygone legacy and the modern era of entrepreneurship and development. The Jain temples and the magnificent sea-side palace are some tourist hubs you should not miss out on.
Surat holds a significant place not only from the industrial and commercial point of view but also from the point of view of tourism. Surat is located close to the Arabian Sea and enjoys a mild climate round the year. In the 14th century, the Mughals made this city an important part of their reign. There are a few exotic beaches in Surat that it rightly brags of. This lovely place is located on the banks of the river Tapi and is famous for the silk fabrics, brocades and the diamond cutting works. Surat is visited by a large number of tourists from the different parts of India and abroad. All these people come here lured by the tourist attractions in Surat.

Ranging from castles to the cemeteries and from the mausoleum to the museums, there are many things to watch around in Surat. A tourist will simply fall short of his vacations as there is no end to the Surat tourist attractions. There are several monuments, museums and gardens in Surat that are known for their own distinct charm and grandeur. The tour to Surat has a lot in store for the travel freak. It offers every opportunity to the tourist to come and have a flavor of the true Gujarati hospitality and cuisine as well. Among the tourist attractions in Surat, Old Fort is worth mentioning since it is a rare instance of the ancient monument which was built by Tughlak in the 14th century. The objective behind the construction of this fort was to guard the city from the attack of the Bhils. This fort is simply an inexplicable piece of architecture that has not lost its old glory and splendor.
The city of Bhuj was founded by a local ruler named Maharao Hamir in the year of 1510. Rao Khengarji I, another ruler, gave Bhuj the distinction of his capital in 1549. Bhuj stayed as an independent princely state throughout the British rule. In the year of 1947 when India gained independence, it became a part of the country.

Tourist Attractions in Bhuj hold a great lure to the discerning tourists. Bhuj is pretty famous for its palaces that are constructed in the traditional Kutch style. Aina Mahal is one of the popular Tourist Attractions in Bhuj. Also called the Palace of Mirrors, it is surrounded by a petite fortified courtyard that was erected in the 18th century. The Hall of Mirrors in addition to the Pleasure Pool located within this palace is a magnificent site to visit. Tourist Attractions of Bhuj also consist of Prag Mahal (New Palace), a 19th century structure and Kuchch Museum, built in the year of 1877. You can see a good set of artifacts at this museum that depict the culture and history of Bhuj and its neighborhood. Counted to be the oldest Museum of Gujarat, Kuchch Museum is a must see site on any of the Bhuj Tour Packages.
As the largest district in India, Kutch spans an impressive area of 45,000 sq km. Situated on the north western part of the state, Kutch is one of the few areas in India that has maintained its rich ecological heritage and wildlife presence. This is the reason why there are a number of sanctuaries and wildlife sites that are frequented by wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world. Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Banni Grasslands, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary, and Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary are a few that draws in a good populace of tourists.

If you happen to visit during the months of December to January, you will be able to witness The Kutch al festival marked by vibrant folk dances and events. The natives also put up various authentic items bearing a touch of Kutch’s culture prominence at the festival for sale.

Rann of Kutch is a salt marsh located in western tip of Gujarat, India. It is divided into two main parts; Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch. The Rann of Kutch seasonal salt marsh in India is located in the Thar Desert bio-geographic area in the Indian state of Gujarat. To the northeast corner of Rann of Kutch, lies Luni River, originating in Rajasthan. The fact that the area has the endless desert area on one side and the sea on the other side makes the Rann of Kutch a more interesting region.
Dwarka is considered a sacred place which has its origin related to Lord Krishna. The various Tourist Attractions in Dwarka are worth a watch for people from all walks of life. As a result, domestic as well as international travelers come to this place round the year to get enchanted by these Dwarka Tourist Attractions.

As Dwarka is well linked to the rest of the country via rail, air and road, reaching these Tourist Attractions in Dwarka would not be a difficult task. Air travelers can target the closest airport located at Jamnagar. From Jamnagar, they can take flights for Mumbai. If you wish to travel via train, it won't be a problem either.

Dwarka rail station, positioned on the Ahmedabad-Okha broad-gauge rail route, has connections to chief places of Gujarat as well as the rest of India. Even travelers taking the road would find it hassle free to reach these Dwarka Tourist Attractions as the place is well linked via road to major places of Gujarat and the rest of the country.
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