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Sightseeing in Pune
Built in 1892 by Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III, the Aga Khan Palace is a national monument to India’s freedom movement. Following the launch of the Quit India movement in 1942, Mahatma Gandhi and his wife, Kasturba, along with their secretary, Mahadevbhai Desai, were imprisoned in the palace from August 9, 1942 to May 6, 1944.
Baan Tao at Hyatt Pune, Kalyani Nagar1.5 kms
Award-winning Pan-Asian restaurant – Baan Tao invites you to explore an honest journey into the gastronomic landscape of Asia. Experience the mystical and magical ambiance of Baan Tao with distinctive dining sections including seating by the waterfall or under the stars at the Thaisala. A proud legacy awaits your presence as you indulge in a menu encompassing carefully selected dishes prepared using Thai, Chinese, Malay, Japanese and Singaporean disciplines; crafted to delight and plated to precision.
Shaniwar Wada9.8 kms
Located in the heart of the city, this fortified palace was the Royal residence of the Peshwa ruler until 1818. This historical structure stands as an important chapter in the history of the Maratha Empire.
The Osho International Meditation Centre4.6 kms
The Osho Ashram in Koregaon Park is a famous landmark that organizes a number of spirituality workshops and meditation sessions that focus on harmony, natural creativity and community.
Sarasbaug Temple12.2 kms
This temple houses the idol of Shree Siddhivinayak, an aspect of the popular Lord Ganesha known for making wishes come true. A sacred place of faith for millions of devotees in Pune and around the India, the Sarasbaug Temple receives an average of 10,000 visitors a day and up to 80,000 devotees a day on Ganesha Chaturthi and other special occasions.
Dagdu Sheth Halwai Ganpati10.3 kms
Renowned and visited by devotees from all around India and the world, this is the most popular Ganpati temple in Pune located in the heart of the city.
Nightlife in Pune
Toit Pune2.1 kms
Bangalore's favorite brewery Toit brought modern day beer at a historic location in Kalyani Nagar, Pune. The place is known for great vibes along with delicious Continental bar food, and of course, the quintessential tap beer.
Shopping in Pune
Phoenix MarketCity800 m
Phoenix MarketCity and Amanora Town Centre are among Pune’s largest lifestyle, shopping and entertainment destinations
M.G. Road8 kms
M.G. Road offers a distinctive shopping and culinary experience with many old and well-known shops, restaurants and bakeries
Laxmi Road8.4 kms
Laxmi Road is one Pune’s oldest shopping hubs, known predominantly for its saree shops and jewellery stores
Tourist Attractions Near Pune
Perched at an altitude of approximately 625 m above sea level, Lonavla is a picturesque hill station famed as the ‘Jewel of the Sahayadri Mountains’ for its scenic beauty.
Karla Caves77.9 kms
These Buddhist caves are home to some of the best preserved Buddhist rock cut caves in the world. The Karla caves are situated not far from Lonavala and their architecture is a must-see experience for all kinds of travelers.
The journey to this popular hilltop destination is the picturesque Western Ghats. Vehicles are not permitted in the town, effectively making it a very quiet and serene place. It is known for its mild climate and colonial architecture.