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Best gardens to visit in Pune
Written by Rahul on November 10, 2020 Share on

Best Gardens to visit in Pune

India is a land of uniqueness. Whatever you want to visit here will turn out surprising for you. This is because of its rich natural resources and the great spectacular landscapes. From north to the south there are several astounding visual that will surprise you. Their history will be even more intriguing and this will only make you love India more. Many states and districts hold something that is very special and proud to be about. This is one of the main reason for the Indian subcontinent to be one which has various places and spots that are still interesting to look and to explore. This is what makes it more special among the other countries in the world. In this Pune in Maharashtra is one beautiful city to visit. So in this article let us look at the best gardens to visit in the Pune city.

The busy roads of Pune, Maharashtra
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Best Gardens to visit in Pune

Pune being the 28th best smart city in India among the 64 other smart cities is certainly an interesting city to explore. Maharashtra, on the whole, is a paradise for all the nature lovers out there and Pune in that is not an exception. Pune is most famous for its numerous gardens spread around the city. This provides a relaxation point for the town from their busy lives and makes them spend some quality time with their families in utmost peace. Other than that you can also check out the interesting butterfly parks and zoos here. But now let us look at the best gardens to visit in Pune, Maharashtra. This will surely give you an insight into the where to start while exploring this beautiful city.

Best gardens to visit in Pune
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Saras Baug

One of the perfect places to take your child and let them play in the beautiful fields of this garden. Located on top of a dried-up lake, the Saras Baug is one of the most magnificent gardens in the city. There is a lake present amidst all the blooming flowers of the gardens which give a very beautiful sight to the tourists. The lake too has beautiful lotuses blooming on it. There are many varieties of flowers found spread across this 25 acres land of a garden. Bring your family and especially your kids to have one of the most peaceful and the best time of your life. This is one of the main reason why this is one of the best gardens to visit in Pune.

Timings – 9.30 am to 9 pm
Entry – Free

Saras Baug Garden in Pune
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Pune Okayama Friendship Garden

With some of the stunning views, the Pune Okayama Friendship Garden is one of the best to visit while in Pune. Spread over 10 acres, this garden is very beautiful to spend time at and also a go-to place for many tourists and local dwellers to visit. This garden has some of the stunning Japenese design with a beautiful canal running in the middle of the garden. One of the fun activity here is to spot the tiny colourful fish in the canal. You will be stunned at every corner of the garden as it presents such a captivating view in this huge beautiful landscapes. If you want to cool off at a distant place from the busy city life, then this is the right place to visit with your family.

Timings – 6 am to 10.30 am | 4 pm to 8 pm
Entry – Rs. 5/person

Pune Okayama Friendship Garden, Pune
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Bund Garden

Not a magnificent garden but very popular amongst the localities. The Bund garden is one of the most famous gardens in Pune to visit. Any people you talk, the first thing they say is to visit the Bund Garden. This garden is best to enjoy your visit during the mornings for some jogging activities. One of the best hotspots for many tourists is The Fitzgerald bridge which is nearby to the garden. The garden has lush green scenery and is very pleasant to look at. This garden is majorly for the exercise fanatics and for the people who love to take a run for their fitness. The nearby eateries are also some of the best places to cure your hunger pangs. This is one of the best gardens to visit in Pune.

Timings – 6 am to 9 pm
Entry – Free

Bund Garden in Pune
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Chittaranjan Vatika Garden

This is a garden that has something for everyone. For some of the best sweating sessions, this is a great place with some great tracks to run on. There is a separate kids section here which has some fun things to do for all the kids and to keep them engaged. One unique thing in this garden is the kids learning section about the traffic rules. There is also a beautiful art gallery that some of the art lovers can dig into. The botanical garden found in this park is a place that has many unique shrubs and flowers which constantly steals your views. Visit this park to explore the beauty of this park and to escape the madness from the outer busy city.

Timings – 6 am to 11.30 am |4 pm to 8 pm
Entry – Free

Chittaranjan Vatika Garden in Pune
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Shunyo Park

Come to this park to calm yourself down and rejuvenate yourself. The tourists and the localities made this park into a big hit and it is one of the most visited parks in Pune by both the kind of tourists. With tall trees and beautiful lush grasslands. The whole view of the park or the garden will look like as if you have teleported yourself to a dense part of the jungle. If you wish to move away from the Humdrum of the city then this is the perfect hideout spot. For all the Pune people this park is like an indirect blessing from God himself. The whole serenity of this park is just something that is laudable for its top-notch maintenance. This is by far one of the best gardens to visit in Pune.

Timings 6 am to 9 am | 3 pm to 6 pm
Entry – Rs. 5/ Person

Pune is one of the best places for you to visit in Maharastra and is a perfect tourist place to visit with your family too. Book the best of the Maharastra holiday packages with Pickyourtrail. Also, do ping us in Whatsapp for more interesting options.

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