Pune Travel

The second largest state of Maharashtra, Pune is a busy modern hub. The city is growing rapidly at a constant scale and maintains its youthful vigour. Pune has deep historic roots which blend beautifully into traditions. It is often termed as the cultural capital of Maharashtra and brings to you numerous tourist attractions.

Here are the top places to visit in Pune:

Aga Khan Palace
The Aga Khan Palace has a rich history and a spectacular architectural design. It is counted among the most prestigious historical landmarks. The palace was built in 1892 and it once served as a prison for Mahatma Gandhi and many other prominent freedom fighters. The palace has been adorned with Italian arches, extensive green lawns and gigantic hallways. It houses the Gandhi national Memorial society apart from a shop selling Khadi and other handloom textiles.

Shaniwar Wada
Shaniwar Wada is the place from where Peshwa rulers of the Maratha Empire once ruled. After winning Third Anglo Maratha War, Peshwa Baji Rao I commissioned this majestic fortification. Though the fort was destroyed due to a fire in 1823, it still preserves its marvellous appeal.  The fort complex features impressive armoured gates, huge palaces and a beautiful fountain. 

Sinhagad Fort
Sinhagad fort is famous among trekkers as it is located in the Bhuleshwar Range of the Sahyadri Mountains. The place is perfect to relish cool breeze and beautiful views of mountains nestling around it.  The fort showcases architectural grandeur of Maratha.

Chaturshringi Temple
Chaturshringi temple is a famous Hindu temple resting on the Senapati Bapat road. The temple structure is 90 feet high and 125 feet wide. It is dedicated to the Goddess Chaturshringi and can be reached by climbing 100 steps. The temple represents faith and power and houses shrines of the Lord Ganesha and Goddess Durga.

Pataleshwar Cave Temple
Pataleshwar Cave Temple remains a major attraction for those visiting Pune. This is an 8th century rock cut temple raised during the Rahtrakuta Era. It attracts devotees of lord Shiva and features massive pillars which look beautiful.

How to Reach
By Air: Pune airport is situated almost 10 kilometres from the city centre. 
By Rail: Pune remains an important railway junction connecting the city to all major Indian cities.
By Road: Road network links Pune with all major cities in Maharashtra.


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