My solo trip to Pune
Pune can seriously be my second home
not because it is closer from Mumbai and its a I.T hub or business park but because of its night life and the variety it provides for foodie people like us.
I stayed in Pune for 3 days and 2 nights
Bustling and commercial, leafy and slow, cosmopolitan and vintage, Pune effortlessly adds up to more than the sum of its parts. It is a city where history often asserts itself, but with a careless lightness.
History of pune.
This is the city where Shivaji spent his childhood. This was the capital of the Maratha confederacy at the height of its power — the Peshwas’ Pune. This is where the British defeated the Marathas in 1817, making it their monsoon capital ( Pune being drier than Mumbai), laying grounds for the graceful cantonment of today. This is where Lokmanya Tilak brought out his newspaper and where the British imprisoned Mahatma Gandhi for two years.
Restaurants in Pune:-
From hole-in-the-wall bars and roadside eateries to fine dining hubs—these restaurants in Pune are no stranger to the city’s love for exquisite meals. Pune is home to an eclectic crowd of food-lovers and the city serves up everything from Western favourites to Asian delicacies. Whether you’re looking for a haven of fusion foods or a traditional taste of lip-smacking snacks—there’s no dearth of restaurants to satisfy the discerning palate.
a must have things in Pune are
1. German Bakery -