Why Is Pune The Most Liveable City In India?
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As a report submitted by Ease of Living Index last week, Pune was ranked as the most liveable city in India owing to its charming lifestyle, rich culture and wonderful nightlife.

What Is It?

The lovely city of the Pune has accomplished the #1 spot for living in India. In a recent report, Pune was qualified in the category because of its historical attractions, easy life and an exciting nightlife. Pune city’s vibe is relaxing and yet fun, and the people are generally easy-going as well. Apart from that, Pune has also attracted a lot of tourists in the past few years.

The lifestyle in Pune attracts a lot of visitors who eventually come to settle down in the beautiful city. Here we list out the reasons that make Pune the most liveable city in India:

Weather

A pleasant climate always works better for people preferring the city as their residence. The weather in Pune is always moderate and not extreme, the evenings in summers are always pleasant and monsoons are the best enjoy steaming pakodas with a hot cup of tea.

Places To See Around

Pune offers some great opportunities to plan a trip for a weekend getaway. There are ample of places that you can visit around Pune like the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, the pristine beaches on the coast of Maharashtra or plan a vacation to Goa that is about 445km away from the city. Even the city offers some great attractions like the Aga Khan Palace that is 126 years old and still stands tall for people to visit. Yashwantrao Chavan Udyan – The Yashwantrao Chavan Udyan in Pune will let you visit all the seven wonders of the world at one destination.

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Nightlife

Pune also offers a balance of cosmopolitan culture with a laid-back city life. The city has a list of happening bars and pubs make for amazing Saturday plans. Check out the House of Medici, Effingut Brewerkz, and Playboy Beer Garden. House of Medici has the longest bar in the country with international DJs playing there.

Also read: This Bridge In Pune Has The Largest Art Installation In India

 

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