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Places You Can Visit in Pune for a Fulfilling Experience

Every city in India is packed with spots that should be explored. No matter how rich or poor you maybe ; the extensiveness you experience after bagging moments and experiences from diverse types of places are matchless. You can experience a lot of cheerfulness, power, and excitement once you go to varied popular places. Even if you are going to Pune for a friend’s wedding; ensure that you go to the tourist destinations in the area.

Book Ibis pune Viman nagar and ensure that you have a place to stay in the city. In this way, you can patiently explore different spots of Pune. Moreover, you have no idea how wonderful destinations the place has stored for you. Once you explore around, you will come around so many great spots. Pune is really ravishing and blissful for visitors. Here are some places that you would love to visit in Pune. Have a look below.

Sinhagad Fort

It is a gorgeous sight to relish. The regal Sinhagad Fort is rested on one of the distant cliffs of Bhulaswar Range of the Sahyadris. This fort is believed to be built a couple of years ago and has various myths and tales associated with it. Though in present time, the fort is in the state of ruins, it is surely one of the finest reflections of the magnificent times of Pune. It has turned out to be one of the most well-known places to visit in city and various of the visitors love to trek to it from base of 700m hill that it is rested on. The sites at this place are surely promising here and you can have a wonderful time with your friends and family members. Once you are there, you would find a relaxation from your routine life.

Aga Khan Palace

In case you are a history buff then it is a great destination for you.   It was built in the year 1892 by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III.  The palace is an observer to crucial incidents of Indian history. The spot is an eyewitness to the liberation of famine-stricken residents, the custody of Mahatma Gandhi (The father of Nation), then his wife Kasturba Gandhi, Mahadev Desai and even Sarojini Naidu and the death of Kasturba Gandhi and Mahadev Desai. This prime palace has been altered into Mahatama National Memorial.  At this place, photos and paintings depict the life of Mahatma Gandhi. Once you are there, you would feel the great essence of traditional charm. You would experience a great glimpse of how things used to be. You must not miss out on this.

Katraj Snake Park

Established in 1986, Katraj Snake Park is the area that is home to more than one hundred species of snakes. The spot is aided by the Pune Municipal Corporation and the place also boasts about a massive collection of birds, reptiles and even that of turtles.  You can easily find the Brown Palm Civet, some unique and uncommon species of birds and turtles and a nine foot long King Cobra brought from Sunderbans.  This park even has a good library wherein a lot of data about snakes can be seen and many programmes by park authorities are also organized to detect snake harassment in the local places. All in all, if you love nature, reptiles, or snakes; then this is a wonderful place for you to visit.

Shanivar Vada

This place is taken as one of the most popular places in Pune.  Shanivar Vada can surely be taken as the landmark of the city.   It dates back to 1736; the palace was built by Bajirao Peshwa I.  Hence you can consider it to be a significant evidence of the magnificent history of Peshwa Rule in Pune.  The palace boast about five gateways, nine bastions, amazing wooden pillars, and beautiful lattice work.  You can find a wonderful touch of art and history in this place. The spot would definitely take you to the land of golden durations of Pune.

Karla Caves

These Karla caves are historically associated with the Mahasamghika sect of Buddhism. It is located nearly forty kilometres from the downtown.  These splendid caves find their roots back to 2nd century BC and if you talk about the golden period of Buddhism in the country. There is a great Buddhist monastery snuggled within the caves. You can even witness carved prayer halls, striking walls decorated with sculptures of humans, elephants and lions and beautiful arched entrances.

Mulshi Lake and Dam

Mulshi Lake is located in the catchment area of Mulshi dam. It is well known for its stunning beauty because of Sahyadri ranges, Koraigadh and Dhangad fort.  The place is an ideal gateway for nature lovers. If you are keen to explore and witness some ravishing natural sights then these are the spots. The sights you are going to explore therein are going to win your heart for sure.

National War Museum

This is a popular museum that owes its being to the contributions and efforts of countless folks from all areas of life. The museums have hence; turn out to be a popular attraction for the town. It celebrates and expands awareness and knowledge about Indian army and its heroic soldiers. The museums are surely going to make you feel absolutely proud of your country.

Parvati Hill Temple

There was a time when a private shrine of the Peshwas; the temple was built in the seventeenth century by Balaji Baji Rao. You can reach there only after crossing one hundred eight sharp flights.  The temple is located on a hillock from where you can easily behold some of the most gorgeous and animated views of the city. The surroundings are absolutely pleasing and heart winning. The spot will give you a distinct experience for sure.

Conclusion

So, you can plan your trip to Pune and stay there in Ibis pune Viman nagar for some days to explore the city patiently and beautifully. After all, pune has all the historic places and amazing spots for you. And of course, cafes, streaks of markets and what not!

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