Pune Heritage Walk

Pune Heritage Walk

Walking tour in Pune

Rs1750 onwards
Pune heritage walk through a haunted fort, a temple built by a sweet meat maker, a bazaar, Lal Mahal and Kasba Ganapathy

Pune the Deccan Queen

Pune heritage walk takes you to Shaniwarwada the haunted fort and seat of power of the Prime Ministers of the powerful Maratha Empire which was a dominant power in India between the 17th and 19th centuries. Pay your respects at Dagdu Sheth temple of Lord Ganesh built by a sweet meat maker and which was used to galvanize the Indians to revolt against the British. Shop at Laxmi market the popular bazaar, visit Lal Mahal the Palace and Kasba Ganapathy the presiding deity of Pune.

Historic landmarks

The walk covers landmarks that define Pune's legacy like the Seat of the Peshwas, the most revered temple, the most popular bazaar and a famous museum

Cultural Evangelist

A cultural evangelist will lead this heritage walk and help you experience the culture of Pune .

Local Food

Savor local snacks at popular eateries that are an integral part of the city's heritage

Does this Pune heritage walk sound like fun?

Pricing Chart

4+ Persons
Rs1750/person
  • Guide
  • Tea
  • Entrance Charges
2-3 Persons
Rs 1950/person
  • Guide
  • Tea
  • Entrance Charges
Single Person
Rs2500/person
  • Guide
  • Tea
  • Entrance Charges

The Itinerary

Shaniwarwada, Dagdu Sheth Temple, Laxmi Market & Kelkar Museum

9:00 AM - Shaniwar Wada
Meet the cultural evangelist who will lead this Pune heritage walk, outside Shaniwar Wada the seat of the Peshwas.
9: 45 AM - Dagdu Sheth Temple
Our next destination is the most famous temple of Ganesh in Pune.
10:15 AM - Laxmi Market
Next in this Pune heritage walk, we head to the most famous market in Pune.
1045 AM - Kasba Ganapathi
History comes alive at this iconic temple. The idol of Ganesh was installed by none other than Shivaji Maharaj and his mother Jija bai in 1630. The temple is the presiding deity of Pune city and has the privilege of the first immersion during the Ganpati festival.
1130 AM - Lal Mahal
Lal Mahal or the Red Palace was established in 1630 by Shahaji Bhosle, the father of Shivaji Maharaj. It is famous for the encounter between Shivaji Maharaj and Shaista Khan. While the original building fell into ruins, the present building is a reconstruction and has oil paintings which depict significant events in the life of Shivaji Maharaj.

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“Pune is a lovely city and Abhay was a really cool guide. This was one of my most enjoyable walks among the several i have done in Asia. I would recommend this without hesitation. ”
Andrew Higgins
Businessman
“The heritage walk is a fascinating tour. I learnt so much about Pune and India from Vikas. It was worth every $ and minute spent on it! Donot miss it while in Pune.”
Elizabeth Pots
Designer

Join our Food Street Walk

Walk through the most famous food street of Pune & taste local eats like misal pav, vada pav, bakarwadi & sabudana vada

Explore Pune city highlights in a day including Aga Khan Palace, Darshan Museum, Shaniwarwada. Guided tour also available to 700 year old dargah at Khedshivpur, Dutt Mandir and Balaji temple 

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