Situated in the old Ahmedabad City, the Bhadra Fort was built by Ahmad Shah I in 14th century. The well-carved ancient treasure reminds us the stories of gone era. Another adjacent monument is Teen Darwaza. The places are also the cultural center of the city and the places keep on witnessing cultural events and festivals. Another Masonry arch is Teen Darwaza situated on the road.
Sidi Saiyyed Mosque- Colloquially known as Sidi Saiyyed Ni Jali, the Sidi Saiyyed Mosque was built in 1572-73 AD. If you love to dig the history, this can possible give you so many major throwback points.
Nehru Bridge- Go for the scenic beauty! At the evening, the soothing atmosphere leads you to the immense serenity. This is really a relaxing place.
Sabarmati Riverfront- Get the lively feeling at Sabarmati Riverfront! Here, you can give a visit at evening that spreads a mesmerizing look.
Law Garden Night Market- Loaded with indian textiles especially Gujarati dresses. Though, the price may vary from shop to shop, you can get quality products at reasonable price.
Intelligent Idiots- Beautiful place with a collection of artistic gift products that you can buy for your loved ones.
The visit is free and remains open for all days of the week. The timing is 9AM-5PM.
The weather of Ahmedabad remains moderate, so the place is visitable for all year-round.
For locals: There is local railway service that is well-connected throughout the state of Gujarat. One canopy the rail service to reach the Kankaria Lake.
For Outsiders- Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is located in Hansol, Ahmedabad. This is well-maintained and offers you a world-class airline service comprising several best names such as SpiceJet, IndiGo, Air India and many more.After landing on the airport, you taxi or auto or bus towards Bhadra to reach the Bhadra Fort & Teen Darwaza.
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