Pune Vacations

Located at the confluence of the Mula and Mutha rivers, Pune – both entrepreneurial and ancient – sits high in the Western Ghats, at 1,840 ft above sea level. As the cultural capital of the state of Maharashtra, the city embodies the Marathi culture, giving itself freely to education and …

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Things to see and do in Pune

4nitsirk | FlickrShaniwar Wada
Shaniwar Wada
chaitannyam | FlickrMulshi Dam
Mulshi Dam
Satish Talim | Trip by SkyscannerLaxmi Road
Laxmi Road
Satish Talim | Trip by SkyscannerAga Khan Palace
Aga Khan Palace
Ankur P | FlickrSinhagad Fort
Sinhagad Fort
Syafrin Travapedia | Trip by SkyscannerAmanora Mall
Amanora Mall
Neha Wasnik | Trip by SkyscannerParvati Hill
Parvati Hill
Daku Resort, Savusavu Fiji | FlickrOsho Ashram
Osho Ashram
Neha Wasnik | Trip by SkyscannerDagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple
Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple

Reviews of Pune

Neha Wasnik
Neha WasnikMumbai (Bombay), India

The seat of Maharashtra's history, heritage and politics - Pune has a lot to offer during a stayover or a daytrip from Mumbai. It is a great destination for those seeking outdoor adventure as well as some exceptional foodie experience. Pune has ling been known for its perfect weather and a town that hones great theatre performances.

Matthias Hagemann
Matthias HagemannStuttgart, Germany

some too see not only the Ashram, cheap hotels near the railway station low standart,

Satish Talim
Satish TalimPune

Born here but have been staying here ever since I came back for my engineering i.e. last 38 years. The quiet city with students and pensioners has changed into a bustling metro.

Niren Shah
Niren ShahMumbai (Bombay)

Fun city though a bit noisy and crowded - also known as the student city of India given the number of colleges here. Its only 3.5 hours from Mumbai via the expressway.

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