Location of Bhavnagar

The location of Bhavnagar makes it one of the most preferred tourist sites in Gujarat. Bhavnagar is situated on the eastern coast of Saurashtra about 690 kilometers from Mumbai and 203 kilometers from Ahmedabad. The city is located at the intersection of 21°46' North Latitude and 72°9' East Longitude at an altitude of 70 feet.

The location of Bhavnagar is instrumental in promoting the tourism industry of the city. Tourist from different parts of the country, as well as the world, comes to Bhavnagar during the winters, when the city experiences a mild climate. Some of the major tourist attractions near Bhavnagar that are widely visited by the tourists during the winter months are Velavadar National Park, Gaurishankar Lake and Water Lock Gate.

Given below are the distances (in kilometers) of some of the important towns and cities of India from Bhavnagar:
  • Ahmedabad - 187
  • Jaisalmer - 764
  • Ajmer - 713
  • Ujjain - 617
  • Kolkata - 2111
  • Akola - 916
  • Delhi - 1102
  • Porbandar - 345
  • Indore - 569
  • Rajkot - 167
  • Mumbai - 732
  • Aurangabad - 773
  • Jaipur - 844
  • Kandla - 390
  • Kota - 724
  • Udaipur - 439
  • Vadodara - 300
  • Nashik - 677
Bhavnagar location enables the tourists to explore this ethnic city of Gujarat.

Last Updated on 23 July 2012



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