Literally meaning the old fort, Junagadh was the capital of the erstwhile Babi Nawabs. A place known for its many ancient structures, Junagadh is home to innumerable structures inspired by four religions – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. Ruled over by a number of dynasties, Junagadh is rich in monumental wealth and it is this that attracts tourists to the place. The Fort Walls of Junagadh are a major attraction and are believed to have survived 1000 years. Junagadh also is home to some 2nd centuries Buddhist caves and Khapara-Kodia Caves. The Tomb of Noori Shah and Darbar Hall Museum are places in Junagadh that allow you to know its history. A major tourist destination, Junagadh has a good number of hotels that cater to the needs of thousands that flock the place. Junagadh hotels range across many categories as the city plays host to a wide variety of tourists.