Vadodara is a city with many cultural attractions. It’s also known for its majestic kingdoms and rich traditions, which bring out the best of this city. People from all across the world visit this destination that oozes architectural brilliance. To indulge in the best of Gujarati essence, don’t forget to visit these locations while staying with us.
Dating back to 1879, this tourist attraction was constructed during the reign of Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad (III) on the banks of River Vishvamitri. It is popular among tourists for its impressive garden, zoo and a joy train.
Modeled on the famous Victoria and Albert Museum (London), this museum dates back to 1894 and is inviting enough for travellers to take out some time and witness the magnificence.
A humungous complex consisting of a series of palaces, this is an eminent tourist spot constructed over time since the Gaekwads started ruling the Baroda State. The first of these monuments is called the Sarkar Wada.
Travellers looking for places to satiate their quest for shopping, we have 2 malls nearby housing many retail stores, food joints and options for your entertainment.
The central mall of Vadodara, In-Orbit Mall has numerous branded showrooms and eating joints for the guests to unwind.
EME Temple (also known as "Dakshinamurthy Temple") is a revered Shiva Temple run by Indian Army Authorities. Reflecting a unique design and concept, it is made of geodesic structure covered with aluminum sheets.
Also known as Chand Talao, this lake is situated in the heart of Vadodara. It is said that this perennial lake was rebuilt with stone masonry in the 18th Century.
Constructed by Maharaja Khende Rao in 1870, this palace served as the royal residence of the Gaekwads. It is a fine example of elements borrowed from the Italian Renaissance style.
A hill station, famous for its association with the Solanki kingdom, it features a number of Jain and Hindu temples; the most prominent one being a Lakulisa Hindu Temple, dating back to the 10th century.
The perfect muse for a wildlife photographer and haven for a nature lover, Jambughoda is home to large populations of wildlife.
Built on the Narmada River near Navagam, this dam is part of the Narmada Valley Project, a large hydraulic engineering project.