Journey to wonderful western India when you book flights to Ahmedabad with flydubai. Whether you’re traveling for a business trip or a well-deserved holiday, you’ll be well looked after when you fly with us.
When you travel with flydubai, you can rest assured we’ve done everything to make your journey as relaxing and enjoyable as we can. Our online service will allow you to check in before you set off, freeing up more time at the airport. However, if you prefer to do this in person, a member of our expert team will be waiting for you at the flydubai check-in desk.
On all our flights you’ll be treated to our high-speed award-winning WiFi. You’ll also be able to enjoy over 2,000 hours of international movies, TV shows, music, games and news on your own personal HD touchscreen. Pre-order a delicious hot meal from our internationally-inspired menu before you arrive at the airport and it’ll be delivered to you during your flight. If you prefer something lighter, there’s a range of snacks and drinks available onboard, as well as the chance to do some duty-free shopping.
With an Economy Class ticket, you’ll be relaxing in a comfortable environment in our spacious cabin. With plenty of legroom in your ergonomically-designed seat, stretch out and enjoy a range of entertainment, or indulge in some retail therapy. We have a wide range of toys, perfume and jewellery on offer throughout your flight.
Experience luxury when you upgrade to a Business Class ticket. As soon as you arrive at the airport, you’ll be fast-tracked through check-in and security. This gives you more time to relax in the Business Lounge before you board. When you step on board the aircraft, you’ll be escorted to your spacious Italian leather seat. Settle in as one of just 12 passengers in our Business Class cabin, where you’ll have everything you need for a relaxing flight.
The peaceful Law Garden comes alive at night, with a hive of brightly coloured stalls selling everything from fabrics and clothes to costume jewellery and fragrant spices. Navigate through the bustling market to pick up embroidered wall hangings and traditional clothing.
Wander through the unique Hindu water building, first constructed in 1499. Marvel at the Indo-Islamic architecture as you follow the steps down to the main well. Originally, this unique structure was used as a place for relaxation, where you could bathe and drink from the shallow pool.
Built in 1573, the Sidi Saiyyed Mosque resembles the architectural beauty of Ahmedabad. Visit this historic setting to see the lavish decor and the marble lattice windows up close. Its most famous motif is the tree of life, jali. Witness the stunning detail of the intricately cut pattern that depicts two intertwining trees, surrounded by the natural wonders of the region.
Encompassing the Sabarmati River, the historic city of Ahmedabad combomes a real blend of the contemporary with historic culture. With an ancient old town and an exciting entertainment hub sitting side by side, there’s plenty to discover within this enchanting city.
Ahmedabad has several interesting museums where you can delve into its rich and storied heritage. One of the most popular is the Lothal Archaeological Museum. Visit to see three galleries worth of excavated artefacts from ancient Indus Valley settlements. Marvel at terracotta ornaments, ivory objects, tools, potteries and human figurines, blessed during burial rituals centuries ago.
Take the pilgrimage to the last residence of Mahatma Gandhi and sink into the serenity of the Sabarmati Ashram. In the museum, discover more about the freedom struggle and the ashram’s significance during the epic historic strife. Learn about the famous 1930 Salt March, during which Gandhi lead thousands from the ashram to the shores of Dandi, from the many interesting exhibits
Religiously diverse, Ahmedabad is brimming with centuries-old temples, mosques and mausoleums, many of which are perfectly placed in the picturesque old town. Visit the vibrant, 200-year-old Hindu Shri Swaminarayan Temple in the Kalupur district of the old town. Gaze in awe at its ornate Burmese teak wood archways and the engraved columns that make up the stunning central gateway.
Discover early Islamic architecture, at the ancient Sarkhej Roza, with its Persian, Jain and Hindu features. Just 7km south-west of the city, this elegant 15th-century mosque and tomb complex can be explored.
Stroll around Kankaria Lake, the biggest lagoon in Ahmedabad, in the south-eastern part of the city. The area is the entertainment hub of the region, with adventure rollercoasters, water rides and a large aquarium to enjoy. Whilst there, visit the popular Kamlanehru Zoo and walk along the promenade to the centre of the lake, where a light show takes place most evenings.
If you’re interested in something a little more low-key, take a stroll around the butterfly park for a moment of peace and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There’s something that the whole family can enjoy down by Kankaria Lake.
Before traveling to Ahmedabad, check with your country’s embassy in regards to any visa requirements.
The local currency used in Ahmedabad is the Indian rupee. Frequently used banknotes include: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 2,000.
Hindi and English are both commonly spoken in Ahmedabad.
The weather in Ahmedabad is pleasant all year round, with temperatures rarely dropping below 20°C, even between January and March. The hottest period is between July and September, when highs can reach 43°C.
When traveling around Ahmedabad, one of the most frequent low-cost ways to view the city is by auto rickshaw, but you can also get around the city easily by hiring a private taxi.
When traveling to Ahmedabad you’ll fly in and out of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD), which is 9km north of the city centre.
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