Vadodara: The City of Culture
The people of Gujarat call Vadodara, Sanskari Nagari which means ‘the cultured city’. It is easy to see why such a name would be bestowed upon the place once you enter Vadodara. Numerous interesting sights fill up the city of Vaodara, earlier called Baroda. You will find treasures left behind by Mother Nature and incredible place created by men in equal measure here. History runs through its streets where once Mughals rode followed by the proud warriors of the Maratha clan. The city of Vadodara, however, does not live in the past. It has given modernity a warm welcome and embraced it heartily.
How to Get There
By Air :
Vadodara airport has daily and weekly connections to Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad. The airport is 6km from the city
By Rail :
Vadodara lies on the main broad gauge railway lines between Mumbai-Ahmedabad and Mumbai-Delhi, so there are several trains to choose from including the two superfast Shatabdi Express trains to Ahmedabad and Mumbai and the Rajdhani Express to Delhi.
By Road :
Vadodara is very well connected by road to various parts of India. Vadodara is connected to Ahmedabad, Surat and Bhavnagar by regular roadways buses and deluxe air-conditioned coaches. Distance from from places;Ahmedabad:122 km,Surat:149 km
Laxmi Vilas Palace
Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum