Distance from Pune to Nasik is roughly 211 Km. It normally takes about 3-4hrs to complete the distance. The Nasik to Pune road route always remains busy with huge commercial activities and religious significance. Buses are widely accessible for Pune to Nasik travel. This is the affordable means of transport. People use it for long distance as well as short distance travels thesedays. Regular buses are running duly on the Nasik-Pune route. There are several bus operators, public and private. Multiple bus types such as Volvo, AC, Non AC, AC, Deluxe, Semi Deluxe, Sleeper, etc., are accessible between Pune and Nasik.
Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) is a public bus transporter. It operates buses for Nasik. Several other private bus operators are also there providing bus service from Pune to Nasik daily. Notable ones are Neeta Travels, Prasanna Purple Travels, Paulo Travels, Vaibhav Travels, Global Travels, Patel Tours & Travels, and others. They provide frequent and affordable bus services from Pune to Nasik. One can visit the Pune to Nasik Bus Timetable page to know the timings of the buses and than easily book online tickets as requirment.
Booking Nasik-Pune Bus Tickets is simple and easily. There are many travel portals. Multiple payment options are also available. Use your Credit Card/Debit Card/Cash Card/Netbanking for booking Pune to Nasik Bus tickets to travel.
Pune is in the state of Maharashtra, India. This is the second-largest city in the state, situated on the Deccan plateau at the right banks of river Mutha. The city conserves rich history. Shivaji Bhonsle, the founder of the Maratha Empire, made Pune his first capital. It became a seat of Peshwas, the prime ministers during the Maratha Empire. There is the centre for Information & technology in Pune. The city is also a huge educational hub. Jobseekers as well as aspiring students come down here for quality learning institutes.
Etymologically Pune means the City of Virtue. This is one of the most popular places attracting tourists. These places are: St. Mary's Church, Parvati Hill Temples, Appu Ghar, Tribal Museum, National War Museum, Saras Bagh, Aga Khan Palace, Pataleshwar Cave Temple, Shanivar Wada, Lord Ayyappa Temple, Shinde's Chhatri, Vishram Bagh Waada, Mushli Lake, David Synagogue, Bhuleshwar Temple, Raj Dinakar Kelkar Museum, Osho Ashram, Bund Garden, Shinde Chhatri, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Bund Garden, Sinhagad Fort, etc. Visit Pune anytime of the year. However the months of November and December are ideal times for tourists.
Nasik or Nashik is the fourth fastest growing city of India. It is located on the banks of river Godavari (longest river in Peninsular India) in the north-west of Maharashtra. There is Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The district of Nasik produces the highest grapes and Onions in India. It has pleasant climate, verdant greenery and picturesque environs. There are many places to visit and see in Nasik. These historical and tourist destinations are: Kapileswara Temple, Naroshankara Temple, Sundarnarayan Temple, Panchavati, Pandav Leni Caves, Dudhsagar Falls, Kalaram Temple, Tapovan, Anjneri, Sita Gufaa, Pandav Leni, Phalke Smaarak, Someshwar, Sula Wines, Jain Mandir, Ganga Ghat, Ramkund, Naroshankara Temple, etc. Nasik is about 171Km from Mumbai and 210Km from Pune. The city of Nasik is well connected to major cities of Maharashtra and its neighbouring towns by rail, road and air. Nasik has tramway like Kolkata. Two national highways, NH3 and NH50, pass through Nasik. However for comfortable moving around, rental cabs/taxis are available.
Places to see in Nasik
Places to see in Nasik are: Panchavati, Pandav Leni Caves, Dudhsagar Falls, Kalaram Temple, Jain Mandir, Ganga Ghat, Kapileswara Temple, Naroshankara Temple, Sundarnarayan Temple, Ramkund, Naroshankara Temple, Tapovan, Anjneri, Sita Gufaa, Pandav Leni, Phalke Smaarak, Someshwar, Sula Wines, etc. For comfortable getting around, travellers are recommended to hire a cab of your own.