10 Most Visited Places In Pune

By AdminAafy January 6, 2024

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Shaniwar Wada:  A historic fortification built in the 18th century, known for its architectural brilliance and historical significance.

 Aga Khan Palace:  A beautiful palace and museum that holds historical importance, particularly during the Indian independence movement.

 Sinhagad Fort:  A hill fortress located around 25 kilometers southwest of Pune, offering panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

 Dagadusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple:  A famous temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha, known for its elaborate decorations and religious festivities.

 Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum:  Home to a diverse collection of artifacts and exhibits, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of India.

 Saras Baug:  A scenic garden with a Ganesh temple and a beautiful lake, providing a peaceful retreat in the heart of the city.

 Pataleshwar Cave Temple:  A rock-cut cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, known for its ancient architecture and historical significance.

 Katraj Snake Park:  A popular destination for nature lovers, featuring a variety of snake species and other reptiles.

 Osho Ashram (Osho International Meditation Resort):  A spiritual and meditation retreat, attracting visitors seeking tranquility and self-discovery.

 Vetal Tekdi:  A popular hill for trekking and hiking, offering breathtaking views of the cityscape.