Tourist Place

Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation

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Tulsi Baug

The main market and shopping place of Pune City.

Saras Baug

Area surrounded by pretty green lawns on all sides. There is a Ganesh temple on a small hillock known as “Talyacha Ganpati”. It used to be surrounded by a lake which later made a way for the park.


Shirdi is the abode of Sai Baba, the most revered saint of Maharashtra.

Ashta Vinayak

There are 8 temples dedicated to Ganesha in Maharashtra. The Pilgrimage is not complete until you visit each of the eight sites. A trip to all the eight shrines takes at least 3 days.


Well-Known pilgrim center some thirty miles to the south-east of Pune. It is the foremost center of worship of Khandoba in Maharashtra.


The river Bhima originates here hence the name Bhimashanka

Rajmachi, Manoranjan Shrivardhan

Rajmachi is a twin-peaked fort overlooking the Ulhas Valley and the Bhor Ghat located near Karjat a short distance from Lonavala. The taller of the 2 peaks is shrivardhan and the other is Manoranjan.

Karla, Bheja and Bedsa Caves

Karla Caves are the site of the largest Chaitya caves in the country dating back to 160BC. Amongst the best preserved Buddhist Temples in India. Bhaja Caves There are 18 caves, of which 12th cave is the finest. Bedsa Caves:_ There are exquisite carvings on the pillars.

Lonavala & Khandala

The twin hill stations of lonavala & Khandala are a perfect getaway from the hustle-bustle of life. They are placed 622m above sea level in the Sahyadri ranges that separate the Deccan Plateau with the Konkan coast. Lonawala known as "Jewel of the Sahyadri". Khandala:-Cast a glance, literally, thousands of waterfalls gushing through more


This quaint little hill resort is nestled amidst dense green foliage and picturesque hill slopes of the Western Ghats. The air is fresh, unpolluted and the hills are alive with the music of birds and the bees


It is formed of Five hills, Place at altitude of 1334m. It is just 38m below Mahabaleshwar. View of the Krishna River on one side and coastal plains on the other, Residential hill station. Famous for schools.


Full of lovely springs and waterfalls, lingmala, chinaman water-fall,etc. Mahabaleshwar is an ideal picnic spot.


Sinhagad reverberates with many a tale of bravery. It was considered to be one of the many impregnable forts in Western India

Pashan Lake

An ornithologist's delight, Pashan Lake attracts migratory birds in huge numbers. Bird watching has therapeutic value

Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park

Commonly known as the Rajiv Gandhi Zoo, is located in Katraj. The 130-acre (53 Hact.) zoo is divided into 3 parts: an animal orphanage, a snake park, and a zoo, and includes a 42-acre(17 Hact.) lake called Katraj lake.

Pataleshwar Cave Temples

These are 8th century temples cave of a single huge rock.

Shindyanchi Chhatri

The memorial to the great warrior Mahadji Shinde is one of the Architectural marvels of Pune.

The Osho International Commune

The Osho International Commune: The Samadhi of Osho Rajneesh who died in 1990, is in the Ashram. The commune also, has beautiful gardens. The Osho Comune in Pune is a Beautiful place spread over 32 acres of land carefully converted into an oasis for spiritual health/study.

Aga Khan Palace

Also known as Kasturba Gandhi Memorial or Kasturba Samadhi, this palace is a memorial of the great Mahatma.

Parvati Hill

This is a famous landmark on the southern end of the city. A group of beautiful temples of Shiva,Ganesha,Vishnu and Kartikeya.

Shaniwar Wada

The historic seven-storied palace of the Peshwa Rule was built by Bajirao 1 Peshwa in 1736.

Lal Mahal

The Palace is supposed to have been built by Dadaji Konddev in 1640. It is believed that Shivaji was brought up here by his mother and Kondev.

Shri Dinkar Gangadhar Kelkar Museum

Choc-abloc with rare exhibits and artifacts, dating back to the Mughal and Maratha Periods, collected by Kelkar Museum over a period of 70 years, this Museum is a visual delight.