Tourist Places Near Pune



Tourist Places Near Pune

Places Near Pune
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The prime charm of the marvelous city of Pune lies in its forts, the caves as well as the treks in the hillocks. When it comes to tourist places around Pune, they attract people by virtue of their beauty, tradition, style and uniqueness. Places near Pune have rich heritage and are blessed with enormous natural beauty. The nearby gateways in Pune include a number of hill stations and the fort cities surrounding the city.

There are a number of places near Pune some of the prime tourist attraction are:
  • Lonavala
  • Khandala
  • Lavasa
  • Mahabaleshwar
  • Karla Caves
  • Matheran
  • Bhaja Caves
  • Bhimashankar Temple
  • Janjira Fort
  • Jejuri Temple
  • Malshej Ghat
  • Murud Janjira Beach
  • Raigad Fort
  • Shivneri Fort
  • Sinhagad Fort
You can find quite a large number of notable historical sights which are there within a few miles if you move in the outskirts of Pune. One may even need a few days to visit those wonderful places if they want to explore each detail. All the above mentioned places are absolute gems in the crown of Maharashtra. Easily accessible from Pune by railway and road, the places near Pune are not only loved by locals but travelers from all parts of the country.

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Last Updated on : 24/06/2013



 

     


     

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