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About Vadodara (BDQ)

Vadodara, also known as Baroda, is a town in the Indian state Gujarat. It is named after Banyan (Vad) trees that flourish here. The city settles on the banks of River Vishwamitri, and is about 120 kilometres from the capital city Ahmedabad.
Due to the geographical location of Vadodara close to the Thar Desert, it has a tropical savannah kind of climatic conditions, with really hot summers. Best time to visit the town is in March and April. Known for its rich heritage, Vadodara homes many beautiful temples, palaces, museum and other historic buildings. Called as cultural capital of Gujarat, Vadodara homes many places of interest that lures tourists from all over India.
Sayaji Baug, the largest garden in western India, is a prime attraction of Vadodara. In the garden itself, there is Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery, the Sayaji Baug Zoo and Aquarium, Sardar Patel Planetarium and Floral Clock. Maharaja Sayajirao University is another heritage site of Vadodara. Connectivity to the city via air to other major cities of India is very good. Vadodara Airport, is located in north-east of Vadodara. There are regular flights to Vadodara from cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore. Book your Vadodara flights with MakeMyTrip.com to avail some good deals and discounts.

About Patna (PAT)

A city with great historical importance, Patna was founded in the 5th century BC, and is located on the southern bank of the holy Ganges River, and also straddles the rivers of Kosi, Sone, and Gandak. The city enjoys a subtropical climate the whole year round, and also experiences heavy rainfall during the monsoons. The city has been the capital of many empires, such as the Magadha, the Mauryan, the Gupta, as well as the Pala Empire. The city attracts thousands of visitors each year, on business and leisure, many of whom prefer air travel to the city, as most airlines offer budget tickets for their daily flights to Patna.