As one enters Morbi swaying pylons of the suspension bridge and the beatific riverfront is a nostalgic reminder of Victorian London. Located 64 km from Rajkot is the town of Morbi with its quaint cobbled alleyways and buildings reminiscent of 19th century Europe. Morbi’s former ruler Sir Waghji inspired by Colonial influences designed a technologically planned and versatile city. The visitor is welcomed into the city through a grand suspension bridge, an artistic and technological marvel of that period. European influence in town planning further contributed to a central square known as the Green Chowk, approachable by three gates each designed in its own inimitable style incorporating both Rajput and Italian elements.
The original residence of the royalty the Darbargarh overlooking the river can be approached through an imposing gate with a magnificently carved façade. This structure has now been converted into a heritage hotel. Other noteworthy attractions are the
This tinkering interest in technology has led to a mushrooming of
|Type of Taxi||Fix KM||Fare Per / KM||Taxi Fare Per Day|
|Swift Dzire/Toyota Etios or Equivalent||300 KM||Fare 11 INR/KM||3300|
|Ertiga/Tavera or Equivalent||300 KM||Fare 13 INR/Km||3900|
|Toyota Innova Crysta||300 KM||Fare 16 INR/km||4800|
|Tempo Traveller 12 Seater||300 KM||Fare 20 INR/km||6000|