Lal Mahal

ClimateSummers are hot and generally avoided by tourists, monsoon and winter seasons are pleasant
Best time to visitOctober to March and the monsoon season
Major attractionsThe red bricks used
Activities to doExplore the area, take photos, learn about the history of the Maratha Empire, etc.
Nearest airportPune Airport
Nearest Railway StationPune Railway Station
How to reach?It is located just 3km from Pune Railway station.
Entry fees0

It is also known as Red Palace and it is one of the most famous monuments of Pune that was established by the father of Chhatrapati Shivaji, Shahaji Bhosale. The current monument is the reconstruction of the original palace and this place has been an encounter spot between the Maratha rulers and other invaders.

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