Breakfast, Heritage Walk by The Western Routes

Attributes: Heritage, Around the City

Pune is popularly known as the Oxford of the East and the Punekars know all the right reasons for the same. However, there are many people who are new to Pune, already love this city but are yet to catch the pulse of this city. To make Punekars as well the new arrived people in Pune more aware about their city, The Western Routes has organized an amazing exploration: Heritage & Food Walk - Old City

Through this walk, you would learn about the typical Maharashtrian architecture, influences, adaptations and more. You would even get a chance to hear the tales of the Peshwas, their history intertwined with Shaniwar Wada. Moreover, you would stroll through the historic lanes of Tulshibaug plus Phule Mandai.

While you are at it, The Western Routes would even arrange breakfast from vintage restaurants of Pune across varied locations like: Poona Guest House, Shrikrishna Bhuvan Cold Drink House et al for the participants.

Heritage structures and destinations covered during the Heritage Walk: Shaniwar Wada, Kasba Ganpati Mandir, Belbaug Temple, Mahatma Phule Mandai, Tulshibaug (Temple and Market), Vishrambaug Wada.

Do contact the good folks of The Western Routes soon and go for this refreshing walk this Saturday for sure!

Contact: 9011040773
Date: Saturday, 3 December 2016
Assembly Point: Shaniwar Wada 
Distance of the walk: Approximately 2 km
Time Taken: Around 4 hours
Preferred Timings: Mornings (9 AM onwards) 
Reporting time: 8:45 AM 
Cost: INR 700 per person for Indian Nationals | INR 900 for Foreign Nationals

The cost includes
- Entrance Fees at Shaniwar Wada 
- Guided Walk 
- Unlimited food at all 3-4 locations
- Bottled Water

Things to carry
- Comfortable footwear as it is a 1.5 km walk
- Sun-cap, scarf or umbrella for sun protection
- An empty stomach!

Tags: heritage walk, food walk, the western route

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