Experience the art of clutching incredible cultural inheritance in a cosmopolitan.

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Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati, English. 

3 Days

December to March

Pune Airport
23℃ to 38℃

Pune Tourism

Attractions

Bund Garden

1.Bund Garden

4 kilometres from city centre

The Bund Garden also identified as Mahatma Gandhi Udhyan is considered the most gorgeous and well-maintained gardens in the city. Bund Garden has a...

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Mulshi Lake and Dam

2.Mulshi Lake and Dam

36 kilometres from city centre

Positioned at a range of approximately 35 km from Pune, Mulshi is an ideal point to hit, primarily during the monsoon period. Nevertheless, this ar...

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Dehu

3.Dehu

24 kilometres from city centre

Dehu Gatha temple is amongst the biggest temples found in Pune. Dehu is a holy spot where Saint Tukaram took birth. The temple of Saint Tukaram was...

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National War Museum

4.National War Museum

3 kilometres from city centre

A memorial for Indian fighters who dedicated their lives towards the patriotism and nation, known as The National War Museum was instituted in 1997...

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St. Mary's Church

5.St. Mary's Church

3 kilometres from city centre

The timeless church building in the middle-western precinct of India also pronounced as The Mother Church of the Deccan by the Most Reverend Bishop...

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Osho Ashram

6.Osho Ashram

4 kilometres from city centre

In order to pacify the meandering brain and to find the true essence of life, it is significant to explore internal harmony and to do so one needs ...

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Pataleshwar cave temple

7.Pataleshwar cave temple

1 kilometres from city centre

Ever witnessed the beauty of an entire structure carved out of a single rock? Then catch a glimpse at Pataleshwar cave temple. The temple is amongs...

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Nightlife

8.Nightlife

6 kilometres from city centre

Blooming with a youthful culture of youngsters the city of Pune gets bustling in the twilight. Nightlife in Pune is a full packed energy charge a y...

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Raj Dinakar Kelkar museum

9.Raj Dinakar Kelkar museum

1 kilometres from city centre

Kelkar Museum established in 1962 by Baba Dinkar Kelkar. It is Established in Shukawar Peth, on the Bajirao Road. It is a favourite touring place i...

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David Synagogue

10.David Synagogue

2 kilometres from city centre

David Synagogue also is identified as Ohel David Synagogue, was established the Late David Sassoon. Its foundation was commenced in 1863, which got...

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Parvati Hill Temple

11.Parvati Hill Temple

3 kilometres from city centre

Catch the mesmerising glimpse from the zenith of the Pune city from the divine spot of Parvati Hill temple. Parvati Hill Temple constructed in the ...

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Shaniwar Wada

12.Shaniwar Wada

0 kilometres from city centre

Submerged in the love and devotion this place is a perfect spot to witness the spirit of true love. The place once used to be the residence of Baji...

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Vishram Bagh Waada

13.Vishram Bagh Waada

1 kilometres from city centre

Standing amidst the city of Pune, Vishram Bagh Waada hums the folklore of its magnificence with the portrayal of its adorable architecture. The pla...

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Shinde's Chatri

14.Shinde's Chatri

5 kilometres from city centre

Get a glimpse of the glory of Maratha dynasty at Shinde's Chatri, which is located in the Wanowri suburb of Pune. The Shinde Chhatri which dates ba...

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Saras Garden

15.Saras Garden

2 kilometres from city centre

Saras garden is a principal location in Pune. The garden is sprawling in the whole 25-acre and was once occupied by a small lake. The garden also h...

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Aga Khan Palace

16.Aga Khan Palace

6 kilometres from city centre

Established by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in 1892, there lies a mighty structure of Aga Khan Palace. It is amongst the most prominent memori...

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Tribal Museum

17.Tribal Museum

3 kilometres from city centre

Lose yourself in the mesmerising tribal life of Maharashtra at the Tribal museum located on the Queen's road in Pune. The museum is Devoted to the ...

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Adventure Sports

18.Adventure Sports

5 kilometres from city centre

Wish to get an adrenaline rush with an adventuresome sport, then Pune will not disappoint you because it is stacked with a surplus of opportunities...

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City Shopping

19.City Shopping

736 kilometres from city centre

Pune is a paradise for shopaholics. Street shopping has its own appeal and in Pune is just the right spot to go on shopping spree. Best shopping pl...

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Katraj Snake Park

20.Katraj Snake Park

7 kilometres from city centre

Founded in 1986, by the endeavours of Mr Neelam Kumar Khaire, Katraj Snake Park is the most visited places in the city of Pune. The site houses app...

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Mahatma Phule Museum

21.Mahatma Phule Museum

1 kilometres from city centre

Mahatma Phule Museum which stood Endowed in the year 1890, is one of the places in Pune that one must not miss at any cost. The museum was first ti...

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Sinhagad and Khadakwasala

22.Sinhagad and Khadakwasala

15 kilometres from city centre

Khadakwasla Dam Khadakwasla Dam is constructed across the River Mutha, is located in the vicinity to Khadakwasla village in Pune. This is amongst ...

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Panshet Water Park

23.Panshet Water Park

5 kilometres from city centre

Wish to bring back the joviality and cheerfulness in life? Then having a fun time with friends and family at Panchet Water Park will be the perfect...

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Savouring The True Taste of The 'Peshwai'

The city is characterised by age-old remains and fortresses which are live attestations to the city's glorious past. It is a city that has endured to have an excellent semblance in the ancient and modern world. Even though Pune is a cosmopolitan city, it has managed to keep intact its cultural integrity and consequently is regarded as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. It is a spot of the confluence of classical and contemporary cultures. Snuggled in between the two rivers of Mula and Mutha, Pune obtained its name from Punawadi, literally meaning Punya in Sanskrit which signifies religious goodwill. This city principally gains a reference in a copper plate antique belonging to the Chalcolithic Age dating back to 1500 B.C.E. to 1000 B.C.E. Though Pune has been addressed a lot of times it was only during the dominion of Marathas and Peshwas that the city remarkably bloomed. The city is a perfect blend of modern and old cultures and an appropriate illustration of the fabulous culture is the Ganapati Festival, which is celebrated for 10-days infused with great fervour and devotion, the ornamental lights and joyful tunes make the whole city comes to life. Other festivities like Eid, Christmas and New Year are also commemorated with delight and passion. The city is an epitome of artistry, melody, dancing and movies. Sawai Gandharva Music Festival is one of the most popularised Indian classical music carnivals in the world. Shaniwarwada Dance Festival is another such gala, charming outstanding classical dancers. Manifolds of drama theatres in the city work as a stage for young actors. Not surprisingly, Pune appears to have the greatest number of foreigner inhabitants. This city will make you go weak in the knees. 

How to reach

Pune is the 9th biggest cosmopolitan town in India and the 2nd largest in the state of Maharashtra subsequent to Mumbai. It is highly developed and thus reaching here from any part of the country is hassle-free. One can reach here via air, railways or other road transportations.  

How to Reach by Flight

Pune Airport is positioned at the centre of the town. The Pune International airport with it’s international terminal and flights plying from all around the world is a famous mode of transportation. Direct flights to the city are accessible from all significant airports in India. The quickest and most convenient route to arrive at Pune is through flights. Outside the airport, one can surely find a taxi and other bus services in order to reach the destination.

How to Reach by Train

Pune has great connectivity to the railway as well. Local, as well as direct trains, operate during the day. Trains to Pune are accessible from all important railway stations in India. Some of the famous Pune trains are Pune Duronto Express, Puducherry Express and Tirunelveli Express. The bookings and further checking of seats can be made online through various apps available.

How to Reach by Bus

Travelling by bus to Pune is the cheapest mode of conveyance. Tickets for the trip can be reserved online and also from the nearest bus stand. The state government, as well as private buses, offer regular co-operation of bus services to Pune. The central bus depots are Chinchwad and Pune (By-Pass). Buses usually halt at those stations.

How to Reach by Road

If you are travelling with family and kids then hiring a cab/taxi or driving to the city yourself is the best option at hand. Pune car rentals are available for those who want to drive and travel by themselves. 

How to travel within

Pune tour vehicles are available for hire which is the most cost-effective way to travel the entire city. Since this is a cosmopolitan city, metro services are also available which are very helpful in reaching the destination quickly and hassle-free. Availability of cabs and taxi is never an issue, they are present in abundance. 

 An Easy on The Pocket Trip Offering Lip Smacking Delicacies

Tempting Cuisine: Food is a popular incentive that keeps people going and exploring more in the city of Pune. The famous street culture which was inspired from Delhi has swiftly expanded to the city. Seasoned tangy gratifying street food can be seen in every road. Eventide draws a huge number of peddlers and stalls alongside streets where you can savour the tang of mouth-watering recipes. The most notable thing about Pune’s street food is that there are mini eateries that were brought into the picture a year ago and has gained acclaim over the year, remodelling from stalls to little shops. Places such as Goodluck Cafe, Sujata Mastani, Kayani bakery, JJ Garden Vada Pav, Marz-o-Rin, Vaishali, Tiranga non-veg, Shabree, Vohuman, Coffee house, Om Jai Shankar, Chaitanya and Germany Bakery and much more offers finger licking food. 

Stay at Pune: The city’s touristy section offers select hotels with fast access to Pune’s impressive castles and temples. If you’re contemplating to slacken in a blissful 5-star luxury hotel, or are a metropolitan adventurer exploring on a budget, Pune is best for you. With places like Hyatt Pune, Vivanta Blue Diamond, Sheraton grand, Marriott Suites, Conrad, Westin Pune, Pride hotel, woodland hotel, Novotel Pune Nagar road and many more this place is a paradise for luxury seekers.  If you are looking for a budget hotel then places like, Hotel Shree Panchratna, Oakwood residence, Hotel Sapna, Royal Orchid Suites, Ibis Pune, Central Park hotel and many more are available in plenty. One can book a hotel accordingly on online websites and apps. 

Availability of ATM: All kinds of Nationalised, syndicate and Money transfer agencies are located in the city. One can use the card hassle-free, it being a cosmopolitan city. Banks such as HDFC, Dena Bank, SBI, Union Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Cosmos Bank, Axis Bank, Bank of Baroda, IndusInd Bank and more easily accessible.M

The climate in Pune: Pune has a hot semi-arid climate and the medium temperatures fluctuating between 20 and 28 °C (68 and 82 °F). Pune undergoes three seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. The regular summer season is from mid-March to mid-June, with highest temperatures seldom touching 42 °C (108 °F). The warmest month in Pune in May.

Pune Itinerary

Day 1: After arriving at Pune in the morning, freshen up at the respective hotel rooms and then start the awesome trip of the magnificent city. First head towards Singhad fort and spend few moments by delving into the glorious history of India. After that head towards Sarasbaug Temple to seek blessings of Lord Ganesha and after that proceed to catch a glimpse of Pataleshwar cave temple. Following that, you can party hard and enjoy the glamorous nightlife of Pune.

Day 2: Wake up early in the morning and after grabbing some breakfast, head towards Shaniwar Wada and cherish the remains of what was once acknowledged the chair of the Peshwa dynasty. After that one can visit the famous Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, and submerge in the beauty of antique artefacts. Have a thrill-packed afternoon at a number of sports activities available at Della adventure and Resort. Fill your backpacks with gifts at the Laxmi road and give your wardrobe an overhaul by purchasing most stylish outfits from the streets. Retire to your respective hotel rooms after a tiring day.

Day 3: On the last day of the trip, One must not miss out the sight of Aga Khan Palace famous for its panoramic architecture. Following that visit the Shinde Chhatri, one of the most popular places in the city. Then pay a visit to world-class Osho Ashram whereby you can meditate in tranquillity. After that visit Temple pilots to savour the thrill of paragliding. Further head towards fashion street or Hong Kong street (depending on the items to be purchased). After a fulfilling tour of the city savour the jazzy nightlife of the city. After the completion of the tour retire to respective hotels and rest. Check out from the hotels in the morning.

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