The most aptable time to enjoy the beauty of Ahmadabad is during winter season, between the months of November and February. Winter season offers a mild windy cool climate, and is also the time when the International Kite Festival (January) takes place in Ahmadabad. The summer months between March and May are extremely hot and humid, not suited for sight-seeing. The rainy season occurs between June and October. Of all the seasons, the cool and pleasant winter is by far the choicest season of the year for booking flights to Ahmadabad. Plan ahead and make advance bookings to enjoy deals, discounts and cheap flights to Ahmadabad.
Ahmedabad in Gurajat is served by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport. Located nine kilometres north of Central Ahmadabad, the airport is named after India’s first Deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The airport is owned and operated by Airports Authority of India and is a hub for Blue Dart Aviation. Prominent airlines like Air India, Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Singapore Airlines operate Ahmadabad flights to destinations including Bangalore, Chennai, Dubai, Delhi, Singapore and more.Places of Interest in Ahmadabad
Ahmadabad is the financial capital of Gujarat state in India. The city was considered the ‘Manchester of India,’ due to the presence of hundreds of cloth mills. In 2012, the popular newspaper -the Times of India chose Ahmadabad as the best city to live in India.Sabarmati Ashram
Set in serene, shady grounds on the Western Bank of the Sabarmati River, Sabarmati Ashram was Gandhi's headquarters from 1917 to 1930 during the long struggle for Indian independence. It was from here that Gandhi led the Dandi March also known as the Salt Satyagraha on March 12, 1930. The ashram houses a museum, library, auditorium and photo galleries depicting the life of Mahatma Gandhi.Manek Chowk
For all the food lovers, Manek Chowk is the most recommended place to visit in Ahmadabad. It is the most popular traditional food street, offering all kinds of street fares and cuisines, from Indian and Chinese to Mexican and Continental. But it is suggested to try out the traditional street food for a real taste of India.Shaking Minarets