Radisson Blu Hotel Pune Hinjawadi



Break up those long stretches of business meetings with some sightseeing near the Radisson Blu Pune Hinjawadi. Our convenient location makes it simple to visit popular attractions such as Shaniwar Wada and the lovely Bund Garden. We’re situated off Mumbai-Pune Bypass Road, just 28 kilometers from Pune Airport (PNQ), where you can also enjoy proximity to notable destinations like Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple and Aga Khan Palace.

Backpacking and sightseeing:

Explore the great outdoors with a trip to these sites.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park – 27 km
    Located in Katraj near the city of Pune, the 130-acre park is divided into three parts: an animal orphanage, a snake park and a zoo. The park also includes the 42-acre Katraj Lake.
  • Khadakwasla Dam – 30 km
    Built on the Mutha River 20 kilometers from Pune in Maharashtra, this dam attracts huge crowds during monsoon season.
  • Lohagad Fort – 40 km
    Lohagad is one of the many hill forts of India’s Maharashtra state. Situated close to the hill station Lonavala just 52 kilometers northwest of Pune, the fort has a long history with several dynasties occupying it at different periods of time, from the Satavahanas to the Nizams.
  • Mulshi Dam – 40 km
    Don’t miss the Mulshi Dam on the Mula River, a popular tourist attraction during monsoon season.
  • Lonavala – 50 km
    This hill station located in Pune is known for its lush valley and green mountains, which makes it a beautiful sight to behold.
  • Sinhagad – 50 km
    Sinhagad, also known as the Lion’s Fort, is a fortress located roughly 50 kilometers southwest of Pune. Previously called Kondhana, the fort has been the site of many important battles, most notably the Battle of Sinhagad in 1671.
  • Lavasa – 51 km
    Situated in the Western Ghats of Pune, Lavasa’s fascinating landscape makes it a perfect tourist destination.
Historical sites:

Discover Pune's storied past with a visit to these sites.
  • Pataleshwar Caves – 17 km
    The Pataleshwar Cave Temple was carved out from a cave in the eighth century during the Rashtrakuta period.
  • Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum – 18 km
    Wander through the museum’s collection of various sculptures and ornaments made of ivory, silver and gold, along with musical instruments, war weapons and vessels dating back to the 14th century.
  • Shaniwar Wada – 18 km
    Built in 1732, this fortification in Maharashtra was the seat of the Peshwa rulers. Following the rise of the Maratha Empire, the palace became the center of Indian politics in the 18th century.
  • Aga Khan Palace – 23 km
    A monument of national importance in Pune, the Aga Khan Palace was built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in 1892. It served as a prison for Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi.
  • Saras Baug – 24 km
    Be sure to visit this popular Ganesh temple built in 1784 amidst what is now a dry lake bed. The temple was also used for military strategy discussions by the Marathas against the Nizam.
  • Parvati Hill – 25 km
    This is a beautiful hillock and temple dedicated to the goddess Parvati. The temple is one of the oldest heritage structures in Pune and was built during the rule of the Peshwa dynasty.
Religious sites:

While in Pune, take an afternoon to explore these temples.
  • Chaturshringi Temple – 14 km
    Located on a hillslope on Senapati Bapat Road, this temple is said to have been built during the reign of the Maratha King Shivaji. 
  • Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple – 18 km
    This temple is the epitome of pride and honor, becoming one of the most highly revered places of worship in India.