Khandala to Pune



Among several excursions from Khandala, Pune is the most popular destination. Since Khandala lies on the Mumbai - Pune express highway and the Mumbai - Pune railway line, it is easy and convenient to travel to Pune from Khandala.

One can reach Pune from Khandala within 2 hours by road transportation. Even while traveling by train the time taken to reach Pune is almost the same. The journey from Khandala to Pune is an enchanting and exciting one.

Pune is blessed with wonderful natural landscapes and pleasant climate throughout the year. The old city boasts of it rich history and culture. The historical palaces and forts, the religious shrines and modern tourism attractions fascinate thousands of tourists and visitors in Pune. Some of the must visit tourism destinations in Pune are:
  • Pataleshwar Cave Temple
  • Raja Denkar Kelkar Museum
  • Shaniwar Wada
  • Agakhan Palace
  • Kasturba Samadhi
  • Saras Baug
  • Raj Bhavan
  • Empress Garden
  • St. Marys Church
  • Film and Television Institute of India

The presence of numerous top of the line hotels like Taj Blue Diamond, Le Meridian, Sagar Plaza, Le Royece and Central Park has enhance the tourism value of Pune.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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