If you talk geographically, Pune might not be the biggest city but it has more to offer than any other town. From being the cultural capital to the education hub of the country, Pune has a lot to offer. To help you figure out your way around the city, here are a few things you can do:
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Pune is a hot-spot for historical sites. For tourists and locals alike, there’s plenty to discover in our city – from ancient Wadas to former Palaces, bustling markets, to warrior memorials; and even a 169-year old libarary. If you have limited time to explore, or are looking for a quick tour of the city’s most popular historical sites, check out the Pune Darshan Mini-Bus Tour by GeoDirect here. Of course, places like Shaniwar Wada and Aga Khan Palace have a firm-rooted place in Pune (and India’s) history, but there are also lesser-known sites that are worthy of your time and attention, and you can read about them here.