Important Areas of Pune

Pune is one of the most developed and rising cities in India. A place which has a rich history of Marathas where Shivaji Maharaj thrived is situated at 560m above the sea level and is also one of the most ten largest metro cities in the country with a huge population. Considering that Pune is so developed and populous, you need to know about the important areas of Pune for a quick handy guide.

Important Areas of Pune 

Koregaon Park– Koregaon Park is one of the most plushest areas of pune most popular for its German bakery and Osho Ashram. Old bungalows, narrow lanes, ABC Farms, Westin hotel, starbucks ,Hardrock Café, you name it and the area is equipped with every whims.

In any afternoon if you are roaming around many lanes of koregaon park you’ll encounter an eclectic mix of establishments: Hole-in-the-walls, chic cafes, pubs, food stalls, fine dining restaurants, fast food chains, designer boutiques, and street markets.

You’ll also get to see how the other half live. Sprawling bungalows with ornate gates and name plates dot these lanes, each one grander than before. The sheer opulence of the houses here will make your jaw drop.

But the real magic of a walk in these parts lies with the ancient banyan trees lining the streets. They stand tall and wide with their aerial roots dropping down in clusters and almost matching the length of the trees, creating a strange but beautiful canopy.

Despite the constant flow of traffic on the main outer road, there is quiet to be found here. The car horns are replaced by chirping bird calls, and an occasional laugh might float through an open window.

Koregaon Park Map

Shivaji Nagar- The Pune Municipal Corporation and district court of Pune are located in Shivaji Nagar. It is also centrally located in the central area with Shivaji Nagar bus station also ferrying luxury AC buses to every corner of the city.

Pune Cantonement Area- The area was established in 1918 for the use of British Army The headquarters of our Indian Army, MG road which is famous for its shopping stalls and the Kayani bakery is the most attractive tourist destinations amongst the youngsters.

Magarpatta City- known for major IT Companies residing Tata Elexi, Accenture, Infosys, IBM, HCL amongst others.

Kothrud- It is in the suburbs of Pune, it has native Maharashtrians and lots of students residing there. There are a lots of colleges including the MIT and Cummins.

Aundh- Aundh has the highest number of schools, residential complex, restaurants, schools, preschools and gymnasiums.

Pashan- A residential area with the highest number of newly made residential projetcs. Its on the Mumbai-Bangalore National Highway and also serves as the approach road to Mumbai Pune highway.

Kalyani Nagar- Another residential area with huge development. High rise buildings, IT Parks and malls can be found in Kalyani Nagar. The area is named after Neelkanth Kalyani who established the Kayani Forging Company.

Kharadi- Kharadi falls on the eastern side of Pune and is the EON Free zone and Special Economic zone with lots of IT and ITES companies with IT parks.

Baner- Baner is known for its religious temples dedicated to various gods It is the biggest religious destination of pune.

Pimpri Chinchwad- It’s in the Pune Metro city, it’s a suburb and known for its large number of sindhis and Pakistani residents.

Mundwa- It’s in the centre of Pune City still under developed. It still has mud houses and tiny marketplaces.

Deccan- It’s in the central part of Pune known for its Deccan Gymkhana, movie theatres, cafes and the world famous Good Luck Café. It also has PYC Hindu Gymkhana and Deccan Gymkhana Sports Club.

Different Places in Different sections of Pune-
Katraj, Lower Kondhwa, Undri and Mohammedwadi in the Southeast
Wadgaon Budruk, Dhayari and Ambegaon in the Southwest
Bavdhan and Warje in the West
East Pune- Hadapsar, Mundhwa, Kharadi and Manjri
Northwest- Baner and Pashan

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