Vadodara is called the cultural capital of Gujrat and rightly so. The city shows the perfect confluence of Hindu, Muslim and Gujarati architecture. This blend of architecture is a result of the mixed heritage of the area. The history of the monarchs is reflected in the monumental legacies they have left behind.
Vadodara, also known as Baroda, is the third largest city of Gujarat. Quieter than the capital Ahmedabad, Baroda resides on the banks of River Vishwamitri. After taking over The British in Gujarat the Marathas took the city under them. The Gaekwad clan of the Marathas made Vadodara as their capital and Maharaj Sayajirao III laid the foundations of the modern Vadodara. It is also known to be one of the fastest growing cities of Gujarat and is also an institutional hub. Vadodara is said to be the cultural capital of Gujarat. Enlisted here are the top 10 places to visit while in Vadodara.