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  • Pune is a city with a future that promises to be as interesting as its history. Long-standing bastion of the Maratha Empire and home to the legendary Raja Shivaji, Pune district is marked by magnificent land and forts that are a testimony to its glorious past.
    Pune was once the centre of the entire Maratha Empire, in which education, arts, crafts and theatre thrived. Known as the ‘Oxford of the East”, it houses one of India’s oldest universities and numerous colleges that attract both Indian and international students.
    The narrow winding roads of the old Pune offer an interesting contrast to the open and spacious new city. Pune is slowly becoming a cosmopolitan city and is already an important commercial centre. However, Pune retains the old-world charm and its many quaint characteristics, including the omnipresent cyclists, rickshaws and a daily siesta hour that is taken very seriously indeed.




    Aga Khan Palace: Aga Khan Palace was built in the year 1892, by Sultan Mohammad Shah Aga Khan III, who build it as an act of charity, to help the poor in the neighbouring areas of Pune, who were drastically hit by famine. Today, it is considered to be one of the biggest landmarks in India.


    Kasturba Samadhi: Kasturba Samadhi is located within the serene locality of the Aga Khan Palace. It is widely known as Kasturba Gandhi Memorial, and is built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi's wife Kasturba Gandhi, who breathed her last there.


Tourist Destinations Near Pune

  • Khandala

    Khandala is an exotic hill station, ideal for trekking. One can easily reach Khandala by road as it is quite near to Pune.

  • Lonavala

    Located at a small distance from Pune, Lonavala is a beautiful place covered with lush green sceneries and is a popular holiday destination.

  • Alibaugh

    Alibaugh is a coastal town in the Indian state of Maharashtra and is the head quarter of the Raigad district. It offers much in terms of beauty and panoramic views and is famous for its beaches. Some of the well known and beautiful tourist destinations are Alibaugh Beach, Alibaugh Fort, Varsoli Beach, Akshi Beach, Nagaon Beach, Awas, Saswane, Rewas, Kaneshwar Mandir, Mandawa, Kashid Beach, Korlai Beach and many more.

  • Amby valley

    Spread over 10,000 acres of land, Aamby Valley City is the first of its kind destination, nestled amidst picturesque environs of the great Sahayadri mountain range. It offers its visitors a wide range of activities and a memorable experience.

  • Mahabaleshwar

    Mahabaleshwar is a hill station located on the Western Ghats of Maharashtra and is a popular holiday spot. It is famous for its exotic and breath-taking points, some of which are Arthur’s seat, Kate’s point, Monkey’s point, Needle Hole point and Wilson point etc.

  • Panchgani

    Panchgani is a small hill station in the Indian state of Maharashtra and is a popular vacation destination. Situated near Mahabaleshwar, it is famous for its beautiful points. This beautiful hill station attracts many tourists all over the year. Some of the tourist attractions in Panchgani are Parsi Point, Sydney Point, Table Land, Devil’s Kitchen and many more.

  • Matheran

    The cliffs of Matheran, with their incredibly steep drops to the plains below, offer stunning viewing points. These panoramic vistas, by day and night, leave you feeling light headed. Standing at Hart Point in pitch darkness, you get a breath-taking glimpse of the lights of busy Bombay.

  • Shirdi

    Shirdi, the hometown of Shri Sai Baba, is located in Rahata Taluka of the Ahmednagar District in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is visited by innumerable pilgrims who come to the famous Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

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