Explore offbeat Ahmedabad with the 2-hour 'Not So Popular Heritage Walk'
You're in Ahmedabad for a week and all your friends have suggested the same old list of heritage sites and monuments. But this isn't your first time visiting the 'Manchester of the East' and you've had enough. You don't want to visit those place again and again and again.
Don't worry, because we're here to help you explore the lesser-known and offbeat Ahmedabad with unique recommendations. The 'Not so Popular Heritage Walk', which is sure to intrigue even those who are all too familiar with the city.
The heritage walk kicks off at Manek Burj
The Not So Popular Heritage Walk in Ahmedabad kicks off at Manek Burj, the iconic place where the foundations of the city of Ahmedabad were laid. From their, the walk will stop at Sultan Ahmed Shah Mosque, Bhadra Fort, Teen Darwaja and Sidi Saiyyed Mosque before culminating at the unique Lucky Tea stall.
Furthermore, this cost you pay for this heritage walk in Ahmedabad will include entry and admission fees for all the monuments mentioned above. In addition to that, you will also be made familiar with the significance of each of the overlooked places you visit on the walk.
So, tourists! Ditch your clichéd itinerary on this visit to Ahmedabad and hop on the Not So Popular Heritage Walk to bring back new and un-heard tales from the heritage city.
Duration: 2 Hours
Cost: ₹3,622 per head
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