Things to do in Pune you Never Hear of by Anyone
Every other day there are a number of flights running crisscross from all major cities of India. And the vacation season, surely compels one to plan a good trip, which suits their pocket. Among all major cities of India, Pune is one such city, which has quite a good number of options for a nice leisure time. If you are in Pune, you must look forward for these things, discussed in this article.
A number of flights are coming up with cashback offer and discounts. The Delhi to Pune flights fare keep fluctuating depending on the demand and season. Since the vacation season is not very far, the prices are bound to go high, so book in advance and grab the discountsor other offers, which if sought after later, will not be available.
Pubs in Koregaon Park: Nightlife in Pune is perked up and jazzy with the posh nightclubs and restaurants of Pune. A lot of people, especially the couples and the youth comes here to experience a different side of Pune and party their hearts out here. Shake a leg on the foot-tapping music, and amazing beats which will lure you to dance. Savour the scrumptious dishes available in these restaurants and satiate your taste buds to the utmost.
Appa Balwant Chowk: Are you an ardent book lover? If yes, the Appa Balwant Chowk, located in the heart of the city, near Jageshwar Temple is a perfect place for book lovers. With a plethora of books of all kinds, this place is also referred to as ABC Chowk. There are also shops for stationery material. Buy your favourite classic at a dime a dozen. What could be a better perk for book lovers than this!
Road Trip to Malshej Ghat: Set your engines on and go vroom from Narayangaon to Malshej Ghat. The road route is nestled amidst the Sahyadri Hills, which offer a beautiful backdrop. The scenic beauty is s mesmerizing that it will pacify your riding experience to fullest. A bike ride would be better than a car drive as the pleasant environment can be best experienced in open air.
Sinhagarh Fort: Appease your hearts with the enchanting vista of the sunset at Sinhagarh Fort. The orange hues of the sun gently morphs with the azure of the sky, and makes the entire view so picturesque and mesmerizing. Do meditation here, and take some fresh air for your poor lungs. People sometimes come here to do Surya Namaskar and tranquilize their souls.
Shopping at Tulsi Bagh: Every trip is incomplete without shopping, and is one of the most adored things to do in Pune India For Pune, the Tulsi Bagh market and the Tilak Road are a complete paradise for all the girls, who flock these markets to stock their bags with innumerable clothes, especially kurtis, accessories, handbags and footwear, especially Osho slippers, which are quite popular here. Take home, some nice souvenirs from the trip by shopping here.