Pune, a peaceful destination in Maharashtra is full of romantic, dramatic and adventurous spots. What makes this city a must-visit place for everyone, especially couples is the pleasant climate. There are many beautiful hill stations, gardens, lakes and natural viewpoints around the city. Apart from that, the city also has many cultural, historical places to explore. So, what are you waiting for? Ask your partner, book the flight tickets, enjoy a candlelight dinner, having a romantic stay and explore the glorious city. Visit the following locations and make the trip a memorable one.
- Visit the romantic hill station, Lonavala
Let the breezy-misty air around you refresh your soul as you visit this exquisite hill station. It is known to be one of the most romantic getaways in Pune. Have a look at the antique caves, beautiful lakes and green meadows as you be here. Sit and relax in the arms of nature.
2. Explore the Shaniwar Wada Fort seen in Bajirao Mastani
The fort holds a great historic significance and you must have heard about it in the movie Bajirao Mastani. Constructed in the year 1732 on the banks of river Mutha, it is believed that the fort is haunted.
3. Camp beside the serene Pawna Lake
Spend a night under the stars as you camp beside the tranquil Pawna lake. It is one of the most soothing and romantic experiences to indulge in with your partner. Listen to the chirrups of the birds, take a walk around the lake and snuggle inside at night.
4. Trek to Sinhagad Fort and relish the breathtaking view
Another activity you can revel in on your trip to Pune. Wait to witness the enchanting view from the top as you go for a trek to the Shinhagad Fort. The route is not very tough and the view is simply splendid. Feel as if you are nestled amidst the arms of nature as you reach here.
5. Seek Blessings at Dagdusheth Halwai Temple
Dagdusheth Halwai temple is a prominent shrine in Pune dedicated to Lord Ganesh. Many natives visit this temple daily to seek the blessings of the lord. As the name says, the temple was established by Shri Dagdusheth Halwai and his wife Lakshmibai.
By: Ishita Bansal