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Allahabad to Bhavnagar Flights

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As of now, there are no direct or connecting flights from Allahabad to Bhavnagar. So you will need to take a flight from Allahabad to Ahmedabad and then take a bus/taxi to reach Bhavnagar, which is around 170 km from Ahmedabad Airport. All the flights on the Allahabad to Ahmedabad route are connecting flights, and depending on the layovers, it can take between 6 hours and 11 hours to reach. The road journey from Ahmedabad to Bhavnagar covers a distance of 173 km which can take around 4 hours.

Flights from Allahabad to Bhavnagar


About Bhavnagar Airport 

Bhavnagar Airport (IATA: BHU) is a domestic airport, located about 4 km from Bhavnagar city centre. The airport has a single terminal that handles both arrivals and departures. The airport has one boarding gate, three check-in counters, and two security counters. Several flights connect the city to other major cities in India, with direct flights to and from Mumbai.

Bhavnagar Airport offers standard airport facilities and services, such as free trolleys, wheelchair services, medical facilities, conveyor belts, washrooms, and a lost and found counter. There are also comfortable cushioned chairs, restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, local telephone facilities, mobile charging points, television, a VIP lounge, a public announcement system, and illuminated passenger information and guidance signage within the terminal building.

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About Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar is a port city in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. The city is bordered by the Gulf of Khambhat, which provides a magnificent view of the Arabian Sea. Alang, South Asia's largest shipbreaking yard, is just 50 km from Bhavnagar. The city is also considered Saurashtra's cultural hub. Like most of Saurashtra, Bhavnagar has a hot and arid climate. The average temperature can go as high as 40°C and sometimes even higher than that. Even winters are hardly mild, with average temperatures of 30°C. The monsoon provides a brief respite with some much-needed rainfall and a slight dip in temperature. Outside of the monsoon, rain is rare.

Bhavnagar was founded in 1724 by King Bhavsinhji Gohil. The city is named after him. The Gohil family were Rajputs who came to Gujarat from Marwar, Rajasthan due to increasing hostility between Rajput clans. Originally, the capital of his kingdom was Sihor, but after yet another battle fought against an invading Rajput clan, he moved his capital to a safer place, 20 km from Sihor, and thus, Bhavnagar was formed. The city remained a princely state under British rule. After Indian independence, Bhavnagar became a part of the union in 1948.

Bhavnagar has a rich history of craftsmanship and culture, which is reflected in its various arts and handicrafts. People primarily speak Gujarati, but Hindi is fairly popular as well.

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Swaminarayan Mandir

As the name says, Swaminarayan Mandir is dedicated to Shri Swaminarayan. The temple offers a mix of religious, educational, and recreational programmes. It will take you on a thrilling journey through the life of Shri Swaminarayan, an ascetic who taught the concepts of ahimsa and dharma. Locals refer to the temple as Aksharwadi Temple, and it is a popular tourist attraction. The site induces spirituality while walking through the chamber of clay works and wall paintings devoted to Shri Swaminarayan.

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Gandhi Smriti

Gandhi Smriti is a museum dedicated to the father of modern India. The museum was once a house built by Ghanshyamdas Birla of the Birla family of industrialists. The museum holds several photographs and artefacts that held significance in Gandhi’s life.

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Gaurishankar Lake

Also known as Bortalav (big lake), Victoria National Park's Gaurishankar Lake is located in the heart of the park. The lake was built as a water reserve for the residents of Bhavnagar. However, it has since become a popular picnic spot and a great location for colourful fairs throughout the festival season. It is also a place of congregation for numerous bird species, making the lake even more attractive. Don’t miss this place if you visit Victoria Nature Park.

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Nilambagh Palace

Constructed in 1879, the royals of the Gohil line formerly owned Nilambagh Palace. This palace, built on a 10-acre estate, was later converted into a heritage hotel for wealthy tourists. Hotel aside, the Nilambagh Palace location has also been designated as a heritage site, and locals recommend it as the best place to visit in Bhavnagar. After a regal dinner, tourists can stroll through the colonial-style palace and enjoy the gorgeous gardens.

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Takhteshwar Temple

An old Shiva temple built in 1893 by Takhtsinhji; Takhteshwar Temple is one of the recommended places to visit in Bhavnagar. The temple is supported by eighteen pillars and features a large hall with an idol of Shiva. As you walk inside the temple, you'll witness the stunning temple courtyard, which is entirely constructed of marble and features a captivating Nandi sculpture. The temple offers a spiritually relaxing experience and is well-known among the locals. It is packed with worshippers during key religious days and festivities.

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Victoria Nature Park

Bhavnagar's booming city boasts a well-kept and protected Victoria National Park. This sanctuary of nature is spread over 2 sq km and was built by Takhtasinhji Gohil in 1888. The whole park is a large man-made forest and one of the oldest ones in India. The park is also a great place to take a walk, go for a jog, or do other fitness activities. One can also spot wildlife at the park, including foxes, peafowl, nilgais,  spotted owls, and other types of flora and fauna.


About Allahabad Airport 

Allahabad Airport, officially known as Prayagraj Airport (IATA: IXD), is a domestic airport located in Bamrauli, about 12 km from Allahabad. The airport was built in 1919 and is spread over an area of 4000 sq m. The airport has a single terminal that has a capacity of around 100 passengers for both arrival and departure at one time. Some of the cities Prayagraj Airport is connected to include Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Varanasi, and Bangalore.

Services at the airport include restaurants, cafes, VIP lounges, mobile charging ports, ATMs, wheelchair facilities, souvenir shops, a lost and found desk, etc. Reaching the airport via public transport is fairly easy. The Allahabad railway station is only around 9 km away from the airport, making it easy to catch a train if you need to.

About Allahabad

Allahabad is a major city in Uttar Pradesh. The city has recently been renamed Prayagraj. It is a famous tourist destination for visitors from all over the world and is one of the few places in India that is both historically and religiously significant. Prayagraj is situated at the confluence of the three rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and the mythical Saraswati, a place known as the Triveni Sangam. That's where the new name of the city comes from Prayag (confluence) and Raj (king). So Prayagraj translates to “King of Confluences.”

Allahabad holds a lot of historical significance. The city used to be a part of the ancient Mauryan empire in the 3rd century BC and had an important part to play in the emergence of Buddhism and Buddhist art following the rule of Ashoka. When the Mughals came to India, Allahabad was annexed into their empire and became an important centre of culture and administration. Culturally, Allahabad is most well known for the great Hindu festival, Kumbh Mela, which is held every 6 years near the Triveni Sangam. The festival is attended by millions of devotees and ascetics from all over India. Allahabad has a well-connected public transport system, from buses to auto rickshaws.

The Kumbh Mela is held in Uttar Pradesh once every 6 years at the Triveni Sangam and is attended by millions of devotees. The best time to visit Allahabad is between October and March, as the climate is cool and pleasant, making it comfortable to travel around the city.

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Allahabad Fort

Allahabad Fort is a magnificent piece of architecture that was constructed in 1583 during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. The magnificent edifice stands on the banks of the confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers and is famed for being Akbar's best fort.

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Allahabad Museum

The Allahabad Museum, located within Chandrashekhar Azad Park, provides insight into India's history, culture, heritage, and independence movement through spectacular exhibitions of art, history, archaeology, architectural style, atmosphere, and literature.

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Anand Bhawan

It is the former home of the Nehru family, which has been converted into a museum displaying numerous relics and items from India's independence struggle. Motilal Nehru is credited with designing the two-storied house.

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New Yamuna Bridge

The newly constructed cable-stayed New Yamuna Bridge over the river Yamuna was completed in 2004 to relieve traffic congestion on Allahabad's Old Naini Bridge. It connects Allahabad to the Naina neighbourhood and is also known as the New Naini Bridge. It stretches from northern to southern Allahabad and is suspended by cables to its deck, spanning 1.51 km.

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Khusro Bagh

Khusro Bagh is a prominent tourist attraction in Allahabad. The place is named after Prince Khusrau, son of Mughal emperor Jahangir, and serves as the tomb for one of Jahangir’s sons and wives. The tomb contains three sandstone graves of Jahangir’s family – Shah Begum (his wife), Khusrau Mirza (his son), and Nithar Begum (his daughter). Aqa Reza, an artist in Jehangir's court, is credited with most of the architecture of the structure. Khusro Bagh includes ornate carvings and inscriptions on each of the mausoleums, which are set in a gorgeous landscape of guava trees and roses. Its walled bracketing is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture.

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Triveni Sangam

The Triveni Sangam, one of Hinduism's holiest sites, is possibly the most important spot to see in Allahabad. The Triveni Sangam is the confluence of three rivers: the Ganges, Yamuna, and Saraswati (a mythical river that is said to have dried up thousands of years ago). It holds a very high position in India's spirituality.

Frequently Asked Questions

Guavas are grown in abundance in Allahabad and it is the most popular fruit there. 

Bhavnagar has all of the classic Gujarati delicacies. Apart from that, Fafada Ganthiya and Pav Ganthiya are renowned dishes in Bhavnagar. Pav Gathiya is made up of spicy Ganthiya and pav with tamarind chutney smeared on top. Bhavnagar's Batata Bhungla is another popular dish.

Bhavnagar is a fantastic destination for both pilgrims and foodies. 

Bhavnagar is best visited between October and January. Summers in Bhavnagar are hot and dry. June sees a lot of rain, which, combined with the high temperatures, creates a lot of humidity. Winter starts in October and lasts through January or February.

Barton Library and Museum, Nilambagh Palace, Gaurishankar Lake, and Gopnath Beach are some popular spots to visit in Bhavnagar.

Within the city, commuters can take cycle rickshaws, auto rickshaws, buses, and taxis.

The entrance to the Barton Library and Museum is free, and visitors of all ages are welcome to visit.

Tourists are welcome to visit Victoria Nature Park any day between 6 am and 9 am and 4:30 pm and 7 pm.

The diamond-cutting and polishing business has a significant presence in this city. The location is well-known for its high-end diamond production. Apart from that, a major shipping hub is also located just 50 km from the city.

The city is well-known for its role in the Indian freedom struggle. During the Mauryan and Mughal dynasties, the city was an important centre of culture and administration. Allahabad is also known for the gorgeous river that runs through the city, as well as the city’s traditional foods and temples.

There is no specific dress code to follow. However, because the entirety of the state of Uttar Pradesh is fairly conservative, and Allahabad is a place of pilgrimage, it is usually preferable to dress modestly. 

Allahabad is well connected by buses and auto rickshaws. You can also use taxis to move around the city.

According to Hindu mythology, Saraswati meets Ganga and Yamuna from within. The Saraswati river does not have a source that is merged with the above. The river is considered part of the Sangam due to its religious significance, but in reality, Saraswati exists only in myths and legends.

The Allahabad Museum and Anand Bhawan are two prominent museums in the city. The latter focuses on the Indian freedom struggle and the history of the Gandhi-Nehru family. 
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Airport Information

Bhavnagar Airport Road, Subhashnagar, Bhavnagar, Gujarat 364001

Allahabad Allahabad Airport Terminal, Bamrauli Airport Area, Bamrauli, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 211012