Junagadh Tourism

Junagadh tourism offers a number of attractions for the tourists. Many people from different parts of India visit this city. The following information will be of great help if one plans to spend a vacation in Junagadh, India.

The most well known attractions in and around Junagadh are Damodar Kund, Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach, Uparkot Fort, Somnath temple, Maqbara, Ashoka's Rock Edicts, Chowad Beach, Gir Forest National Park, Junagadh Zoo, Durbar Hall Museum and Shree Swaminarayan Temple.

One of the main attractions of a tour to Junagadh is the excursions from Junagadh city. Some of the most popular places of interest that are often visited on excursions from the city are Somnath, Ashoka's Major Rock Edict, Gir Forest National Park, Girnar Hill and Chorwad Beach.

There are good options of accommodation at Junagadh. Some popular hotels and resorts of the city are Hotel Ashiyana, Hotel Shivam, Hotel Paramount, Hotel President and Hotel Madhuram. All these hotels provide almost all the facilities that are required for a comfortable stay.

The restaurants of Junagadh city offer good dining facilities. The names of some popular eating places of the city are Santoor Restaurant, Sagar Restaurant and Swati Restaurant. The Santoor Restaurant is located on the Mahatma Gandhi Road towards the south of the Chittakhana Chowk. The Sagar Restaurant is situated close to the well known Vrindavvan Guest House. The Swati Restaurant is located on the Jayshree Talkies Road. All these restaurants offer succulent dishes of different varieties according to the tastes of the customers.

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Last Updated on 06/06/2013



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