Baramati is a city in Maharashtra, well-known for being the birthplace of Kavi Moropant, the iconic Marathi poet. Resting at a height of 1,765 feet, the occupants of Baramati mostly depend upon agriculture for their livelihood. Karha and Nira rivers provide water for the farmlands in Baramati. The major crops grown in Baramati include sugarcane, cotton, grapes, and wheat. Since sugarcane happens to be the most prominent crop grown in Baramati, the city has 3 co-operative sugar factories. Wine-making, steel-processing, and automobile manufacturing are other key industries. Baramati stays well connected to other cities in the state/country by way of an excellent network of roads (100 km from Pune). The nearest railway station is Daund Junction railway station (45 km away) while the Baramati Airstrip, currently used for pilot training and aviation, will soon be a full-fledged domestic airport. Various educational institutions (offering education in various fields) can be found in Baramati. October and November are the best months to visit Baramati. Since it is an upcoming city in the state, you can now find family hotels in Baramati without a lot of effort. You can be assured of the fact that you are booking some of the best hotels in Baramati for family stays when you book your stay at a Treebo property. Designed to make families feel comfortable, the amenities provided by family hotels include a recreation centre (where children get to participate in outdoor/indoor games), a restaurant offering customized meals (for children), free meals for kids under a certain age, and have ambiances suited to the little ones’ sensibilities, along with the provision of a cot/cradle for toddlers (in rooms). Some family hotels organize activities and events for the family to keep them engaged during their stay. In select (high-end) family hotels, you can also find a swimming pool with a separate shallow area for kids (and also a coach on duty). The significant tourist spots in Baramati include Bhigwan Bird Sanctuary (where you can spot pink flamingos and various other avian species), Shri Siddheshwar Temple (which was constructed in 750 AD), Vidya Pratishthan Museum, and Jan Vastu Sangrahalaya / Museum (housing a great collection of old photographs). If you feel like dining out, Shrinath Fish Hub, Hotel Krishnasagar, Oasis Family Restaurant, Hotel Veg Treat, Annapurna Restaurant, Amruta Veg Restaurant are great choices.
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