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Sinhagad Fort

Pune 411025, India
+91 20 2612 8169
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Good place to free your mind from hustle of city life

Place provides direct road access to top so that you can avoid trekking. Nice place to visit in... read more

Reviewed today
Akshay K
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Don's miss this place in rainy season

This is not just a historical place but it's a very good place to visit in rainy season. Cloudy and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Ketandave
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pune
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Pune 411025, India
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Reviewed today via mobile

Place provides direct road access to top so that you can avoid trekking. Nice place to visit in monsoons to free your mind from hustle of city life and spending some time with friends.

Thank Akshay K
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is not just a historical place but it's a very good place to visit in rainy season. Cloudy and foggy climate along with Pithala, Bhakari, Bhajji and Tak (Maharastrian Food)… just cant's miss it.

Thank Ketandave
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Yes the food over here I mean Pithala and Bhakari with butter milk is amazing here especially in monsoon when you can have amazing view and mouth watering food infront of you.

Thank abhishekprasad2017
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Good place to visit.Nice maharashtrian food at the parking area onion pakoda,thecha,like that.We always love to visit in mansoon.

Thank Viresh A
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Sinhagad Fort is a must visit place in Pune. Make sure you do not go to Pune or this place in summer. Sinhagad Fort is about 25-30 km from Pune. There are many steps and paths to the highest point to the fort and it...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The place is superb and makes you feel relaxed in any moodswings. Better to go with family or friends. Good and romantic place. You can enjoy hot Kantha bhaji and chai at the spot. The good bhaji u can get on the last turn just...More

Thank VnairV
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing experience for tracking at sinhagad fort with family. We enjoy the lots. Also enjoy their local food like onion pagoda, Mataka dhahi.

Thank rushikesh w
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice experience. It is part of NDA's training routine. Nice to go in the morning. Curd and Kandha bhaji served in local shops are too good.

Thank sunil_badyal
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Please maintain treasures given buy our ancistors Our Marathi fort is not at all maintained well we pay govt tax ,road tax and also entrance tax too and still the roads are in so poor condition. Request you to please maintain it .

Thank 477raunakk
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its quite a long trek if one chooses to comelete or even can be dropped midway!! Amazing view of beginning of Western Ghats!! Picnic Spots for some winter noons. A bit crowded during the weekends and public holidays. More of scenic walk than the history...More

Thank ShruthiRao09
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Prachi N
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Response from kavita s | Reviewed this property |
Yes, u can.
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Yogesh M
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Response from Ashish K | Reviewed this property |
Not now as of.
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December 25, 2017|
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Response from Suresh K | Reviewed this property |
Car goes upto the bottom of the fort, which is on top of a hill....then you have to walk into the fort to enjoy it.
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