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An evening in Pune is a wonderful experience and your English speaking guide can show you to the best spots for night owls out in the city. Your first stop is outside the German Bakery at Pune, in Koregaon Park. Popular for its fusion of local and western style baked goods, it's a fine place to meet your guide as you begin your tour. Koregaon Park is South of Mula-Mutha River, and is famed for being a very elite residential area in the city. Full of beautiful greenery and is flanked by great shopping locations, it comes alive at night. See the fine restaurants and pubs in the area, or maybe even step into one of the local cafes and get a cup of coffee. As it's such an ostentatious location, many young people stroll around this are and go to some popular hangout spots that you'll also be able to see and visit. The tour ends right back at Koregaon Park.
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One of the best things about exploring a city like Pune is that its perfect for spiritual reflection, with many areas for you to just unwind and release the stresses of urban life. This spiritual walking tour with an English speaking guide starts at the entrance of Osho Garden. Lined with lush greenery, bubbling streams, still ponds and sunshine filtering through the trees, it's a perfect location to meditate and release the stresses of life. Your guide will tell you stories about this location and why it has become so popular, as well as how meditating in the park is a common activity. Following this thread, you'll head to the oldest park and meditation center in Koregaon Park. Koregaon Park is famed for its greenery and sprawling paths, and here, you'll be able to get a lesson of meditation. Relax, clear your mind, and give in to the peaceful surroundings, taking your mind far away from anxieties, restoring an inner balance. After your meditation, your experience ends right back at the park.
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There are numerous temples in and around Pune, where thousands and thousands of devotees visit every year. This walking tour gives you the opportunity to visit these temples and learn more about each one with your English speaking guide. You first visit Dagusheth Halwai Temple. Dedicated to the god Ganesh, thousands of devotees visit this temples to seek the blessings of Bappa. This major temple of the area is the site of the Ganapati Festival. You then visit the Five Manache Temples, each honoring a Ganapati of the area. See Kasaba Ganapati, Tambdi Jogeshwari, Guruji Talim, Kesariwada Ganapati, and Tulshibaug Ganapati. Your next stop is at Belbaug Temple, which is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu, where a four-armed statue of him and Lakshmi are located. You then can opt to go some souvenir shopping at Tulsi Baug Shopping Market, a brilliant street full of beautiful trinkets and gifts, wares of all kinds, making it the perfect shopping site for mementos of your trip. You can then visit smaller local temples, and learn about the different deities that devotees from many localities visit, and further learn about local religious culture. The tour ends at Tulsi Bagh.
US$ 16.15
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Not much time to explore Pune? This walking tour will get you to the most important locations and discover their stories with the help of an English speaking storyteller guide. You meet your guide at Shaniwar Warda Fort, where you'll explore what remains of this historic site. Built in 1732, this is the very center of control for the Peshwas in the Maratha Empire. Learn about this empire as you walk through the halls. Next, you head to Dagdusheth Halwai Temple, dedicated to the Hundu God Ganesh. The temple is unique for being popular among the Maharashtra, with thousands and thousands of pilgrims trekking to it every day. Learn about the Ganeshotsav Festival held here and the incredible origins of the temple. Then you head to Shaniwar Peth, famed for being Pune's oldest market. It also has numerous schools in the area, and is a major thoroughfare of daily local life. You'll learn more about the local spirituality and religion through a visit to a local Ganesha Temple before heading to the administrative buildings. Built Peshwa Bajirao, a former general of the Maratha Empire, it's a symbol of his authority. The next and last stop is at the Vishrambaug Wada, a breathtaking mansion in Bajirao Road, and the former residence of Peshwa Bajirao II. This residence stands as a legacy of the Peshwas, also holding a post office as well as municipal offices. This is a great opportunity to learn about the background of each location and learn more about the history of Pune.
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