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Referred to as the ‘Oxford of the East,’ Pune, the ninth-most populated city in India is home to quite a number of world-class educational institutions. In addition, the city is also the automobile and manufacturing hub in India and home to IT giants like Wipro, TCS, Infosys, Capgemini and Tech Mahindra. Pune is connected to the rest of the country by air - Pune International Airport, by rail - Pune Railway Station, and by road - National Highways 4, 9 and 50.Deemed as the fastest growing city in the Asia-Pacific region, Pune has seen the establishment of a number of 3-Star hotels that offer rather spacious and well-decorated rooms. These 3-star hotels usually provide amenities like on-site parking, an in-house restaurant and in some cases a swimming pool as well. Though the prices here are a bit on the higher side, the three-star hotels in Pune are an ideal choice if you happen to travel on business or on a vacation with your family. Also, these hotels are located close to shopping malls, business centres and tourist hubs.Automobile brands such as Land Rover, Bajaj Auto, Force Motors, Tata Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Mahindra & Mahindra, Volkswagen and Kirloskar Oil Engines have manufacturing plants set up in Pune. In terms of exploring the city, popular tourist attractions include Chaturshringi Temple, Parvati Hill, Pataleshwar Cave Temple, Shinde Chhatri, Bund Garden, Aga Khan Palace Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, Lohagaon Fort and Shaniwarwada. Prego, Alto-Vino, George, Paasha, Baan Tao and Chingari are famous restaurants that one must eat at. As for shopping and entertainment, Ishanya Mall, SGS Mall and Phoenix Marketcity are your best bet.
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