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Sinhagad

Sinhagad

Sinhagad, the fort of a lion, situated just outside the busy metropolitan of Pune is a major attraction in Maharashtra. A part of the arsenal of the Maratha ruler Shivaji, this fort has a rich culture. Tourists, as well as locals, visit this attraction all year for trekking, relaxing and for historical reasons. This fort and its strategic structure made it almost unconquerable during its prime. Locations like Lions point, Kalyan Darwaja, Pune Darwaja are must-visit points once you go to Sinhagad. Also, try the local cuisine at the fort as people often go up to it just for the food. Food items like pithla-bhakri are worthy of a try.

Aga Khan Palace

Aga Khan Palace

The Aga Khan Palace was built in 1892 by Sultan Mohammad Shah Aga Khan III. This palace is an important landmark in history. It was built as an act of charity for the people from the neighboring areas which were hit by a severe famine. Declared as an important historical monument by the Archaeological Survey of India, this palace also has importance in the freedom struggle. This palace acted as a prison for people of importance during freedom struggle like Mahatma Gandhi, Kasturba Gandhi, Sarojini Naidu. This place is also where the death of Kasturba Gandhi occurred after a long period of illness. This attraction is not just famous for its historical importance but also for its magnificence. It is an architectural delight and a must-see during a visit to Pune. The large landscapes around the palace and the vast number of trees make the palace all the more appealing.

Dagadusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple

Dagadusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple

Built by Dagadusheth Halwai, this Ganpati temple is one of the most visited cultural places in the city. This temple has grand celebrations during the Ganpati Celebrations in the city, and the sculpture of the god has intricate details. Ganpati celebrations are an integral part of the city's culture, and the entire city is decorated during the celebrations which last for 11 days. Various idols of Ganpati are put up for display, and countless tourists come to visit during the celebrations to see them. At the center of all these celebrations is the Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati and it is considered as one of the most important of all.

Pune-Okayama Friendship Garden

Pune-Okayama Friendship Garden

Situated on a canal, this garden is also known as the Pu La Deshpande garden after the famous writer. This garden has great scenic beauty, and tourists often come here to spend time with nature. The garden is also full of various trees and shrubs. The canal livens things up in the garden, and a variety of fishes can be seen swimming in the canal.

Travelling to Pune, India

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Located in the state of Maharashtra, Pune is known as the education hub of the state. Once the heart of Peshwa empire in the 18th century, Pune is also full of historical places which attract innumerable tourists all year round. The rich historyhas also made it the cultural hub of Maharashtra. The British also considered it as important, and many structures from the British era still stand and are in use. Places like Red Palace, various temples of God Ganpati, Shaniwarwada (the ruling center of the Peshwa empire), Savitribai Phule Pune University are amongst the popular tourist attractions which are all of immense importance to the cultural heritage of the country.

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Pune Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets are available on the site and if purchased from the venue, expect long queues.

How To Get Around?

Once in the city, you can get around using public transport or taxis. Most of the attractions can be reached with the help of the buses run by the city corporation.

What Should I Wear?

Casual clothes are the way to go. Avoid wearing anything fancy. Wearing shoes is recommended as the tour requires quite a bit of walking. Make sure you apply sunscreen and carry a backpack for essentials.

Pune Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

October to March is considered as the ideal time to visit Pune. Make sure to carry enough warm clothes as this period coincides with winters and it can get a bit chilly.

Currency

Indian Rupee

Will I Need a Guide?


How To Get There?

Pune is reachable by the vast road network and is also well connected by the railways. Pune airport constantly has flights to other major Indian cities and a few ones abroad as well. Buses plying for the other cities is the most affordable way to get to Pune.

Additional Info

The city is fairly easy to get around and locals help in all ways possible. Plan your tour in advance.