Presenting the Pune Travel guide which might contribute to your last-minute travel plans. In this Pune travel guide, you can see all the information about the Hill stations, street foods, and many Historical places. It is located 118 km from Mumbai at the convergence of two rivers (Mula, and Mutha) and is known as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Pune is also home to the National Defence Academy, the training school for the Armed forces and Armed Forces Medical College, the film, and television institute of India, symbiosis educational institutions, and the University of Pune. Being, the capital of the Maratha Empire, Pune’s rich history is reflected in its large houses and temples like the ones at Saras Bhag and the Parvathi Hills. Pune is also famous for its educational tourism and has a blend of cultural, health, and cuisine tourism background, fantastic restaurants, good museums, and hill forts that offer panoramic views. It serves as the Gateway for the many hill stations in Sahyadri Hills. Marathi is the local language here, and the most common language spoken on the streets. Some people also speak Hindi along with English. Festivals in this city are celebrated with great favor with the Ganesh Chaturthi. Pune offers some local Maharashtrian food like Vada Pav, Bhlel Puri, and Pav Bhaji the most Sophisticated Continental food. Special foods like Puran Poli, Karanj, Chakli, Coconut Potali, Soonth panak are favorites of Maharashtrians during festivals. If you are in Pune, make sure to pick up Lakshinarayanas Best Chiwda available at most supermarkets and in Groceries shops.