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A perfect example of cosmopolitan India, Pune the Oxford of the East lies nestled amidst the Sahyadri Hills, on the Deccan plateau. Due to its cool, dry climate it once served as the 'monsoon capital' under the British regime. Today, it has developed into a key industrial center. Regarded by many as the city that epitomizes modern India, here buildings from the colonial era lie side by side with new-age eateries; museums that hark back to the bygone era co-exist amicably with funky discotheques; and old forts share the limelight with the charismatic Bhagwan Rajneesh's Osho International Meditation Resort.

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  • Shirdi Darshan to Amazing Ajanta & Ellora

    Customizable Tour | 4 Nights

    Shirdi (2) Aurangabad (2)

    Shirdi Darshan to Amazing Ajanta & Ellora

    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
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    Shirdi (2) Aurangabad (2)

    (EMI From Rs.1,010)

    In the upcoming holidays, plan a tour to Shirdi and Aurangabad – two important tourist destinations in Maharashtra. While Shirdi is famous for the Sai Baba Temple, Aurangabad is popular for the ancient Ajanta and Ellora Caves. Spend quality time at these attractions to make your vacation a worthwhile experience. So, get the best of both these destinations by planning a holiday in Maharashtra.


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    • Rs.493
  • Mesmeric Sojourn To Aurangabad

    Customizable Tour | 2 Nights

    Aurangabad (2)

    Mesmeric Sojourn To Aurangabad

    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
    Customizable Tour 2
    SELLER: Global Tourism Promotions
    Aurangabad (2)

    Pay & Hold @ Rs. 1,000 Only

    Witness the grandeur of the bygone era at Aurangabad, a city in Maharashtra, where the ruins of a splendid era are carefully preserved. Visit Bibi ka Maqbara, Shivaji Maharaj Museum, Aurangabad Caves and Daulatabad Fort, with this three-day trip. With its intricate art work, the Ajanta and Ellora caves continues to amaze tourists visiting the city. Aptly known as "the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra", this city also has plenty of shopping areas where you can shop for collectibles and handicrafts.


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Pune Guide

  • How To Reach Pune

    How To Reach Pune

    Surface - The most preferred, swiftest and pleasant journeys from Mumbai to Pune is via the six-lane, five tunnel tolled Mumbai Pune Expressway, which covers the 93 km distance between the two cities in approximately two hours, at a steady driving speed of 80kmph. One can either hire a private taxi, or travel in one of the luxury Volvo buses run by MSRTC, which depart after every quarter of an hour. Theer are privately owned Volvo buses available as well; however, not only are the latter more expensive (tickets ranging in the range of Rs 500, which is more than double that of the state-owned buses), but they also take longer to cover the distance. Pune is connected to the adjoining southern states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and cities like Hyderabad and Vijaywada, via NH9; and with Nashik via NH50.

    Train - Via rail, Pune is connected to all the Indian metros, including Kolkata (Azad Hind Express - Mon, Wed, Sat & Sun), Delhi (Jhelum Express - daily), Chennai (Chennai Express - daily) and Bengaluru (Lokmanya TT Express - daily). Reaching or arriving from Mumbai is the easiest, with a number of options available everyday, such as Deccan Express, Sinhagadh Express, Indrayani Express, Intervity Express, Mahalaxmi Express, Konark Express, Sahyadri Express, Koyna Express, etc. Local trains link up Pune to Pimpri-Chinchwad and Lonavla. The latter is a hill station and a tourist spot, 64 km from the city. There are two railway stations â Pune Junction and Shivaji Nagar.

    Air - The Pune International Airport is located at Lohegaon, at a distance of 10 km from the city. It is the only one of its kind in the world, when it comes to sharing its runways with the militaryâin this particular case, the adjoining Indian Air Force base. This is also the reason that the airport mainly caters to domestic airlines; that, too, of a limited number, namely Indigo, Spicejet, Kingfisher, Air India, Jet Airways and Go Air. Presently, flights to only three international destinations take off from Pune, namely, Dubai (Air India), Singapore (Indian) and Frankfurt (Lufthansa).

  • Shopping in Pune

    Shopping in Pune

    From winding alleways lined with makeshift shops to chic malls; from the unique Osho robes and chappals available at Koregaon Park to the ubiquitous branded goods; from gypsy women vending Rajasthani clothes, and Kashmiris trading in ornaments - the experience of shopping in Pune is as varied as the items on sale. Wade through the crowded bylanes of Laxmi Road to pick up jewellery and sarees. Pick up knick-knacks and gift articles from M G Road. Drop in at the nearby Fashion Street, whose 450-odd stalls offer leather goods, fashion accessories, footwear and readymade garments at throwaway prices. To shop for furniture, the best place to be is Bajirao Road, while Tulsi Baug located on Bajirao Road itself, with its wide variety of women's stuff that do not burn a hole in the pocket, is a haven for female shoppers. For the bargain hunters, Juna Bazar (open only Sundays and Wednesdays) - a well-known second-hand goods and flea market located near the railway station - is a must visit. While Deccan Gymkhana area has a number of shops specializing in fixed-priced suiting, shirting, toys, steel and plastic articles; near the Garware bridge at Deccan itself lies Hongkong Lane, where haggling is the norm that can influence a price reduction of as much as 40%. There are a number of wholesale markets, as well, such as the ones at Nana Peth and Bhavani Peth (grain, oil, steel, wood and automobile spare parts), and Market Yard (grains, flowers, fruits, etc.). Exclusive and upmarket boutiques can be found at Koregaon Park, Fergusson College Road and Dhole Patil Road. The recent advent of malls such as India Bulls, Lifestyle, Pune Central 2, Magnet and Kaakde Malls, among many others offer a one-stop shopping experience laced with entertainment.

  • Restaurants in Pune

    Restaurants in Pune

    Indian - Sigree (Dhole Patil Road), Vaishali (F C Road), Blue Nile (Bund Garden Road), Chingari (Le Meridien Hotel), The Yellow Chilli (Koregaon Park), Nawab Restaurant (Bund Garden Road), The Great Punjab Restaurant (Koregaon Park), Bay of Bengal (Shivaji Nagar), Radhika (Chaturshrungi), Kebab Hut (Hotel Sun N Sand), Roopali Restaurant (F C Road), Coffee House (Moledina Road - Camp), Dorabjee & Sons (Sharbatwala Chowk), George's Restaurant (Camp), Coconut Grove (Mangalwar Peth), Golconda (Koregaon Park), Koyla (Koregaon Park and F C Road), Kalyani Restaurant (Kalyani Nagar)

    Chinese - Mainland China (Dhole Patil Road), Chinese Room (East Street, Camp), Malakas Spice (Koregaon Park), Whispering Bamboos (Hotel Taj Blue Diamond), All Stir Fry (University Road), Haka (Shivaji Nagar), China Grill Restaurant and Lounge Bar (Wanwadi), Zen (Shivaji Nagar), Spice Island (Hotel Le Meridien), Golden Dragon (Karve Road), China Grill (Wanwadi), Dai Wong (Viman Nagar), China Park (Koregaon Park), China Gate Restaurant (Deccan Gymkhana)

    European/Continenta - Arthur's Theme (Koregaon Park), Toscana (Kalyani Nagar), Stone Water Grill (Koregaon Park), Curry on the Roof (Deccan), Polka Dots (Aundh & Kalyani Nagar), La Dolce Vita Ristorante Italiano (Dhole Patil Road), Prem's (Koregaon Park), The Place Touche the Sizzler (Moledina Road), Mirchi Kola (Camp), E-Square Food Court (University Road)

    Regional Speciality - Authentic Maharashtrian cuisine is served at Mystic Masala (Hotel taj Blue Diamond), Shabree ( F C Road), Shangrila (Erandwane), Durvankur Restaurant (Tilak Road) and Shreyas (Deccan), while road side vendors sell snacks such as vada pav, bhelpuri, kachhi dabeli, misal, chivda and bakarvadi.Pune is peppered with Iranian restaurants. Café Sunrise at Deccan Gymkhana area is famous for its cheese omelettes. Localites swear by the fresh, soft and delectable chutney, vegetable and cheese sandwiches of MG Roadâs Marz-O-Rin. The rose milk, mango shake, walnut brownies and macaroons available here are equally popular. And for the non-vegetarian lovers, there is Dorabjeeâs â an ancient Parsi eatery at the Camp area â whose mutton biryani and Dhansak (a Parsi dish, served only on Sunday afternoon) have earned itself a huge fan following. Besides mutton, there are some equally delicious chicken dishes available here, as well. For those with an ear for jazz, there is the Shisha Café at Koregaon Park. It offers a wide range of cuisine â from authentic Iranian food, including mouth-watering omelettes, to Indian and Continental dishes. A popular haunt among foreigners and jazz lovers (Thursday nights are âJazz Nitesâ), what adds to the already âchilled outâ atmosphere of the Shisha Café are the eponymous shisha (or hookahs), which are available in six flavors.

    The Pune University area, which is dotted by innumerable roadside eateries that specialize from tandoori chicken to misal pavs is one of the favorite hang out places for those who want variety on their palate without burning their pockets. The German Bakery at Koregaon Park and Kayani, which is renowned for its Shrewsbery biscuits are two of the most popular confectioneries.


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