How To Reach Pune
Pune is the west arm of Maharashtra about 560 meters from sea level of the Deccan Plateau. Being hardly four hours away from Mumbai, Pune can be easily visited over the weekend by making reservations in any express railway trail. Buses are also available from many cities of Maharashtra and neighbouring states.
For those who fly from other cities to Pune, the Pune airport in Lohegaon is about 10 kilometers into the outskirts of the main city. Taxis and buses are available throughout to cater to transportation services. The cultural capital of Maharashtra has good connectivity with major cities, so all those from Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad can look forward to breath in air of relaxation and enjoy an enrichening Pune tour with us.
Pune is one of the most important railway junctions in the Indian railway. The city is well connected with other Indian cities and Pune railway station is the halting point of regular trains. The main rail junctions are Pune Junction, Khadki (KK), Shivajinagar (SVJR), Dapodi (DAPD), Ghorpuri (GPR), and Hadapsar (HDP).
For those travelling from neighboring Maharashtrian cities like Nagpur, Nashik, Aurangabad, Lonavala, Khandala, Matheran and Shirdi, buses are available in each of the intercity bus terminus in frequent intervals.
Being a place densely populated by students from different parts of the country, one need not worry about transportation facilities to arrive Pune and to go back home as well. We provide tour packages keeping in mind the convenience and comfort of our travelers. Pune is the perfect place for adventurous journey into the culture, color, heritage, and harmony.