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NAG Airport Address
Sonegaon, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440005, Nagpur
Contact Number:-   0712 280 7000
AMD Airport Address
Hansol, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380003, Ahmedabad
Contact Number:-  079 2286 9211
“The orange city”
Nagpur is the winter capital of central Indian state of Maharashtra. Commonly known for its juicy oranges & lush greenery being the distinction of being the dead geographical centre of India. It’s an important gateway to several reserves and parks including Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve and Pench National Park. On your tour to Nagpur you must visit orange orchards. Summer is the best time to taste the city’s famous oranges.
Nice to know - Nagpur connects many Tiger Reserves in India and hence is named the tiger capital of India. Maharashtra holds the 3rd highest place with population of Tigers.
Things to do
Best time to visit - Winter from October to February is pleasant for sightseeing.
Ahmedabad, in western India, is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. On the western bank is the Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati, which displays the spiritual leader’s living quarters and artifacts. There fascinating maze of an old quarter, excellent museums, fine restaurants, a bustling street-food scene and the tranquillity of the Sabarmati Ashram (Gandhi’s former headquarters). Ahmedabad was the largest city in terms of area within the subcontinent before the arrival of the British and the setting of the Madras and Calcutta Presidency. A day here is like living through an enigmatic and passionate dance between the old and the contemporary, the peaceful and the chaotic, the artistic and the crude, the spiritual and the material.
Nice to know - The logo of State Bank of India is a blue circle with a small cut in the bottom which depicts perfection and the common man. The logo was designed by The National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad. The logo is a depiction of Kankaria Lake if seen from a height.
Things to do
Best time to visit - Ahmedabad is basically a hot place enjoys three main seasons, namely summers (March to June), winters (November-February) and monsoon (July-September). During the summer season, the temperature on a hot sunny day ranges between 44 and 47 degree Celsius.