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Pune Holiday Packages

Pune Holiday Packages

Like other places with a rich history, Pune supports both modern life while also remaining a reminder of the past. As the “Oxford of the East,” the second largest city in the state of Maharashtra attracts a young crowd, making the place a blend of the new and the old. The mixture of modern delights and ancient structures makes Pune an interesting place to explore. And you get a chance to do so by booking one of La Vacanza's Pune holiday packages or tours to Pune.


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Pune – Holiday Tour Packages

The history of Pune stretches back centuries. It became prominent during the rise of the Maratha Empire and the wars between them and the Mughals.

The rule of the Peshwas during the 18th century also saw Pune transformed from a kasbah to a city. Pune was later occupied by the British and after independence, seen growth into a modern metropolis.

With such a rich history, planning what sights to see can be a bit daunting. However, holiday packages from La Vacanza can wipe those troubles away!

What to Do in Pune

If you want to have a good time in a city that blends the old and the new, it's never too late to book holiday packages to Pune. What better way to explore a new city than by trusting experts who carefully curated a list of destinations for your enjoyment?

Then again, when you have time for self-exploration, there are some fun activities you can do as well.

Visit a museum.

Some cultural spots are better appreciated without being rushed off to the next destination. The problem is that there are too many wonderful places in Pune that choosing becomes difficult.

If pressed for time, there are places that cover years of history under one roof: museums. There are several in Pune so you just have to choose from the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Tribal Museum, Mahatma Phule Museum, Darhsan Museum, and National War Museum.

See different temple architectures.

Pune is home to many religious groups, and it follows that the city has different places of worship. In Pune, you will see mosques, Hindu temples, Jain temples, Buddhist viharas, Jewish synagogues, and Zoroastrian fire temples.

What to See in Pune

The hustle and bustle of modern life means that you only get to spend a few days in a city as interesting as Pune. Luckily, there are holiday packages that take you to the must-see attractions, such as:

Aga Khan Palace.

This historical landmark belonged to Aga Khan but it was where the British put Mahatma Gandhi and his wife, Kasturba Gandhi, in 1942.

Pataleshwar Caves.

Similar to the ones located in Ellora, this 8th-century rock-cut temple lies at the heart of a city that is quickly modernizing.

Shaniwar Wada.

Built by the successors of Shivaji, this 18th-century temple was destroyed by a fire in the following century but the structures that remain still inspire awe.

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