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Places Near Vadodara (Weekend Getaways)

Anand

Anand

Anand is famous because of the dairy co-operative movement of India under the brand name of AMUL (Anand Milk Union Limited). Anand was the center of Read More

(43 km - 40min)
Champaner

Champaner

Champaner was established by King Vanraj Chavda of the Chavda dynasty and named after his minister Champaraj. Some people say that the name has come from Read More

(49 km - 56min)
Pavagadh

Pavagadh

Pavagadh is the hill next to Champaner and also the hill on which a famous Mahakali temple is situated. Tourist places in and around Pavagadh The Mahakali temple Read More

(53 km - 1Hr, 5 min)
Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

A city of paradox, Ahmedabad is a juxtaposition of all opposites. On one side we find the Gujaratis who are famous throughout India as the master Read More

(114 km - 2Hrs, 2 min)
Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar

Situated on the west banks of the Sabarmati river, Gandhinagar is the newest capital of Gujarat. After Independence in 1960, when the old state of Bombay Read More

(131 km - 2 Hrs, 17 min)
Surat

Surat

Situated on the South- West of the state of Gujarat, Surat today is known for its textiles and diamonds. Beneath all this pomp and glitter lies Read More

(148 km - 2 Hrs, 15 min)
Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar has always been one of the important business centers of Gujarat mainly dealing with cotton products. The city has also been famous in ocean trade, Read More

(197 km - 3 Hrs, 32 min)
Valsad

Valsad

Valsad is a coastal district, and it derived its name from “vad- saal'', that means hampered by banyan trees(vad). This area was full of banyan trees. Read More

(220 km - 3Hrs, 25 min)
Tithal

Tithal

Tithal is a beach on the west of the Valsad town. Adjacent to the Arabian Sea, this beach is known as a black sand beach. Located Read More

(224 km - 3Hrs, 30 min)
Udvada

Udvada

Udvada, a coastal town in Valsad district, is an important centre of the Parsis or the Indian Zoroastrians. The word Udvada literally meant 'grazing ground of Read More

(245 km - 3Hrs, 50 min)
Daman

Daman

For over 450 years, Daman, along with Goa and Dadra and Nagar Haveli were part of the Portuguese empire in India. On 19 December 1961, Daman Read More

(249 Km - 3Hrs, 41 mins)
Palanpur

Palanpur

Founded by King Prahaladan and a part of the Paramara Rajput empire, Palanpur presently is the head quarters of the Banaskantha district. It was also once Read More

(262 km - 4 Hrs, 30 min)
Silvassa

Silvassa

Silvassa is the capital city of the Indian Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. It was known as Vila de Paço d'Arcos during the Portuguese Read More

(263 Km - 3Hrs, 57 mins)
Danta

Danta

Danta was once a princely state of the Paramara dynasty, descendants of the Agnivansha Rajputs. Upon the Independence of India, Danta merged with Dominion of India. Read More

(264 km - 4Hrs, 30 min)
Wankaner

Wankaner

Wankaner got its name from its location. It is situated at a bend or 'Wanka' of 'ner' or water of the River Machhu. Wankaner was a Read More

(273 km - 4Hrs, 35 min)