Pune Tour

Pune Sightseeing Spots

There are array of places one can sightsee in and around Pune. This city certainly is a majestic heritage, which is why it is said to be Maharashtra’s cultural capital. If you are someone quenching for historical facts, then Pune has it all that would befit your trip perfectly. Pune finds itself in Maharashtra’s western region amidst the very scenic Ghats. It is of no surprise as to why several westerners striving for scenic beauty find this second largest city of Maharashtra as very appealing. There is a lot to explore in Pune, as there are assortment of temples, caves, parks, as well as top notch hotels and eateries in it.

The city of Pune is systematically segregated into old city and new city. The old city is a heritage delight for travelers who love treading the old-fashioned roads of Pune while viewing the heritage buildings like the famous Fergusson College. On the other hand, the new city has wider roads aptly constructed to accommodate the traffic and state-of-the-art hotels for plush accommodation. There are numerous college hostels in Pune which renders this city a youthful vibrancy. Mega-malls, cinema multiplexes and hordes of shopping arcades too makes Pune a sheer wonder city.

Sightseeing in Pune

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Aga Khan Palace

Aga Khan Palace surely has the grace and grandeur to make a blissful viewing for all travelers.This elegant building was built in 1892 by Sultan Aga Khan III, and has many of the prominent personalities along with Mahatma Gandhi bring significance to itespecially after the Quit India movement that started in 1942. A must-see place if you are an ardent history lover.

Other Sightseeing in Pune

  • Shaniwar Wada

  • Patleshvara Cave Temple

  • Katraj Snake Park/Zoo

  • Katraj Snake Park/Zoo

  • Tribal Cultural Museum

  • JangaliMaharaj temple

  • Raja DinkarKelkarMuseum

Sightseeing Around Pune

  • Shivneri Fort

  • Sinhagad

  • Lenyadri