Arrival at Ahmedabad Airport, assistance upon arrival and transfer to hotel / resort, get freshen up and move for Sightseeing / Visits in Ahmedabad as per the timings,
The walled city of Ahmedabad was founded in 1411. It remained the capital of the Gujarat Sultanate and later important political and commercial centre of Gujarat state of India. This city has undergone continuous change since the time it was conceptualised and founded by Sultan Ahmed Shah. But, all through these years, something that has stayed constant is the love of the city for celebrating life, and preserving its heritage through its architectural wonders.  It was proudly inscribed as the India’s first World Heritage City by UNESCO. As you can imagine, it is filled with tons and tons of history. And of course, a great cultural heritage of its own, the entire part of old city dotted with unique architectural spots, the monuments and structures are the finest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. The walled city, hub of art, culture, cuisine, nature hotspots and historical landmarks, the city a popular destination among all kinds of travelers
Sidi Saiyyed Mosque has an ethereal beauty that knows no bounds. Standing right in the centre of the city, the latticework on yellow sandstone is the favourite of visitors of this place and also among the most photographed monuments in all of India. Its craftsmanship will hold you spellbound when you see that every carving on it is flawless
Jhulta Minar often called the Shaking Minarets will tickle your scientific minds as even the gentlest shaking of one makes the other vibrate too within seconds. The construction of Minarets was completed in 1452. Due to its movement (shaking), they are called Shaking Minarets or Jhulta Minar. These wondrous minarets of Ahmedabad city the excellent example of Indo-Islamic architecture. The specialty of these minarets is that if one tower is pushed by hand, the other tower has vibrating and the middle of the arch remains fixed and there is no vibration. Jhulta minar still a mystery. The architecture of these three-storied tall minarets with carved balconies is definitely worth admiring for history enthusiasts
Sarkhej Roza is a group of tombs and pillars make up the beautiful complex of heritage monuments. Like most monuments in the city featuring Indo-Islamic architecture, famous for gorgeous latticework along with intricate carvings. Built around an artificial water body, called Sarkhej Lake, this tomb is among the architectural attractions of the city
Vastrapur Lake the best place to spend your evening time in Ahmedabad is this man-made Vastrapur Lake, which is in the eponymous area of the city. It is a calming experience, spending leisurely hours on its shores, admiring the greenery all around. The open-air theatre here is host to several cultural shows round the year that you can attend for a glimpse into City’s colourful traditions
After breakfast move for Sightseeing / Visits in Ahmedabad – Evening free for leisure 
Jama Masjid of Ahmedabad the mosque was built by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1424 and this historical delight still manages to impress visitors with the magnificence of its style of Indo-Islamic architecture. Also known as Jami Masjid and Jumma Masjid, it is the highest watermarked mosque design in the west of India. The yellow sandstone building of this mosque is a seamless blend of native Indian and Islamic style of architecture 
Bhadra Fort the fort of Ahmedabad, it was in 1411 that the founder of the city, Sultan Ahmad Shah built Bhadra Fort. A popular attraction now, the forts holds many stories within its walls. The majestic fort has a grand courtyard with lush green lawns and several monuments within its walls  
Vintage Car Museum the history and the evolutionary journey of automobiles can be witnessed at this museum. Right from horse-drawn carriages and railway saloons to spectacular convertibles, some grand vintage cars, and a gorgeous collection of vintage buggies, the museum is a visual delight for its visitors. The cars exhibited here represent brands like Rolls-Royce, Buick-Cadillac, Daimler, Bentley, Chryslers, and Mercedes etc. 
Ahmedabad is a paradise for food lovers, the typical Gujarati thali that consists of real traditional dishes, the cuisine of Ahmedabad’s peculiar taste. A different kind of flavor is prevalent in almost all the food items. There are many Gujarati dishes that are relished not just by the Indians but famous across the globe. To name a few, dal-dhokli, chevdoh, dhokla, undhiyu, khaman, bhusu, fafda, dhokli, papdi, and sev mamra. The cuisine of Ahmedabad is a blend of several flavors
After breakfast move for Optional Visits in Ahmedabad and transfer to Ahmedabad Airport as per the timings