If you’ve got 48 hours to explore Pune like a true Puneri local, here’s what you should do.
Ditch The Touristy Stuff: How To Live 48 Hours In Pune Like A Local
Grab Breakfast On-The-Go from Bakeries in Camp
Go Shopping At Clover Center
Enjoy Sizzlers For Lunch At The Place
Watch A Movie At Victory Theatre
Hit The Boutiques In Koregaon Park
Feast At An Iconic Chinese Eatery
Just like Mumbai and other metro cities, Pune has its own community of Chinese eateries that have an almost cult-like following. Enjoy authentic Chinese and Indo-Chinese cuisine at any of these restaurants, via our guide to dining at them here. But, if you are planning to have Chinese like a local, the oldest and the most trusted one is Chinese Room in Camp.
Explore Deccan Gymkhana
Dive into the old neighbourhood of Deccan Gymkhana, and explore its old-world charm, towering trees, and colonial-era bungalows. There’s a lot to discover here, from shopping to food – read about it here. We recommend eating at bistro Le Plaisir for lunch; read our recommendation here. If you are a brand-freak, J.M. Road is where you will find a number of international brands.
Put Your Bargaining Skills to the Test at Juna Bazaar
Go Out Drinking & Sample Our Local Craft Beer
Visit A Museum
Since Pune has a really rich and vivid history, visiting a museum would definitely help you in understanding the culture of this city. The best part about museums in Pune is that there are not just the traditional ones but also quirky ones such as Train Museum, Car Museum, Coin Museum and various other types.