Pune is Maharashtra's cricket's HQ, though that means less today than it did until a decade ago
Mar 15, 2013
Former Maharashtra batsman Shantanu Sugwekar remembers the best days of Pune cricket and its rivalry with Mumbai
Mar 15, 2013
Over the last two years a cricket fan has built up an impressive collection of autographed memorabilia in the city
Mar 14, 2013
... the locals want you to, or prepare to have doorbells not answered, tyres deflated, and your children sent home with puppies
Feb 25, 2013
Venture outside Pune to Buddhist caves, pristine beaches, or cozy hill stations
It's always good to try the local cuisine of any city you visit. In Pune, you're spoilt for choice
Long lazy brunches or leaving the dance floor in need of urgent repairs - whatever your idea of fun, Pune is here to cater to it
Indulge in Maratha history and Maharashtrian cuisine when in Pune
The city hasn't hosted a lot of international cricket, but the IPL has raised its profile nonetheless
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Kue Bar is a slick nightclub at the Westin Hotel, and hosts top DJs from the country and outside every week.
Early risers must visit this iconic fort on the outskirts of this city. Have your breakfast on Sinhagad Fort with an unhindered, pleasing view of the Sahayadri. Don't forget to have some traditional Maharashtrian fare such as the kanda pohe, kanda bhajji, pithale bhakari, taak and so on. Remember a day that begins well ends well.
Tips for Travellers
Traffic can be pretty chaotic in Pune, so if you're visiting for a few days, depend on auto-rickshaws or taxis. Avoid the headache of driving through traffic jams on your holiday.