Destinations in Pune for a Delightful Experience Ever

Surrounded by the picturesque Sahyadri mountain ranges, the city of Pune has retained its traditional charm. From food and fun to sightseeing and shopping, the city has it all. It remains to be an interesting city having has several destinations in Pune that are worth a visit.

Feel delighted at these destinations in Pune

Make an escape to the city popularly known as the queen of the Deccan’ and check out these top destinations in Pune that will make you fall in love with the city.

Aga Khan Palace

Aga Khan Palace

It is one of the biggest landmarks in Indian history, and one of the famous destinations in Pune which was built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in Pune, India. The main aim of developing the palace was to help the poor in the neighbouring areas of Pune, who were drastically affected by famine.

Shaniwar Wada


Shaniwarwada was once a seat of the Peshwa rulers of the Maratha Empire. The Shaniwar Wada is a very important place in Indian history and one of the prominent destinations in Pune.  It is a popular palace fort in the city of Pune in Maharashtra, India, which was built in the year 1746. In 1828, the fort itself was largely destroyed by an unexplained fire incident, but the existing structures are now maintained as a tourist site.



The Pataleshwar Cave Temple is a rock-cut cave temple, which was built in the 8th century during the Rashtrakuta period. Originally, it was situated outside the town, but the city limits have extended so now it is located at the Jangli Maharaj Road. Not only this, it has also been declared as a protected monument by the government. It is highly dedicated to the Hindu God, Shiva.

National War Memorial Southern Command

National War Memorial Southern Command

It is a war memorial in Pune Cantonment, which is dedicated to Post Independence war martyrs. A legendary weapon Mig 23 BN has been kept at the memorial. A duplicate of the now decommissioned frigate INS Trishul, which served in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and Portuguese-Indian War and is also kept on display. On August 15, 1998, the memorial was dedicated to the nation.

Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

The Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is a popular museum nestled in the city of Pune, Maharashtra, India. It contains the collection of Dr Dinkar G. Kelkar, which is dedicated to the memory of his only son, Raja, who died a tragic death. The collection of the museum usually includes ornaments made of ivory, silver and gold, musical instruments, war weapons, and vessels, etc.

Joshi’s Museum of Miniature Railway

Located at the Karve Road of Pune, Joshi’s Museum of Miniature Railway is a miniature railway museum which hosts working models of various types of trains. The museum was started by the late Bhausaheb Joshi.

Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple

Dedicated to the Hindu God Ganesh, the Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple is quite popular in Pune and is visited by a huge number of pilgrims every year. Devotees of the temple include many recognized celebrities and Chief Minister of Maharashtra who mainly visit during the annual Ganeshotsav festival of ten days.

Saras Baug

Saras Baug is one of the major tourist destinations in the City of Pune in India. The place where the park now stands was once occupied by a small lake. But, the lake got dried up and was later developed into Saras Baug. The area is spread over 25-acre complex and is popularly known as Saras Baug. Even, there is a temple in the palace, known as Talyatla Ganpati.

Nehru Stadium

Formerly known as Club of Maharashtra Ground, the Nehru Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium nestled in the city of Pune, India. Built in the year 1969, now the ground is mainly used for cricket matches. The stadium holds a capacity of around 25,000 people.

Baner-Pashan Biodiversity Park

A proposed 200 hectares protected region, the Baner-Pashan Biodiversity Park is currently under development in the Baner and Pashan suburbs of Pune, by the Pune Municipal Corporation. The main aim of developing the park is to protect the biodiversity near and around the Baner Hill.

Bund Garden

Just 2 km from the Pune Railway Station, the Bund garden is a major source of irrigation water for the underprivileged. The garden was built by Phiroze Jamshedji Jeejeebhoy, one of the longest-serving members of the Bombay Stock Exchange. It is a perfect destination as you take a boat ride and at the same time enjoy the splendid view of the garden. Furthermore, the garden is a favourite haunt for those looking for a quiet, scenic place close to nature that helps you to get relaxed. Frequently, horse rides and magic shows are arranged within the premises in order to keep you refreshed and entertained.

Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park

Commonly known as the Rajiv Gandhi Zoo, it is located in Katraj near the city of Pune in India. This 130-acre zoo is efficiently managed by the Pune Municipal Corporation and divided into 3 parts, namely an animal orphanage, a snake park, and a zoo. Moreover, the zoo includes a 42-acre lake (Katraj lake).

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