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Top 11 Famous Places In Maharashtra You Must Visit

India's largest commercial and industrial city is Mumbai. It is located in the western and central part of India with lots of tourist places.

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There are picturesque lakes, exotic wildlife, Bhimkund, Gawilgarh Fort, Narnala Fort and breath-taking views in Chikhaldara, and much more.
1. Chikhaldara
2. Mahabaleshwar
The major attractions are Venna Lake, Elephant's Head Point, Mahabaleshwar Hill Station, Arthur Seat, etc.

3. Kolhapur

Shree Ambabai Mahalaxmi temple is the most famous landmark. Rankala lake, Panhala Fort, and Shri Chhatrapati Shahu museum are some of the major attractions.

4. Ganpatipule

A 400-year-old temple, Ganpatipule is a top tourist attraction. Tourists also flock to this place because of its beaches.
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5. Pune

In addition to its historic places, this city has several other attractions like the Lal Mahal, Shaniwar Wada, and Tulshibagh.

6. Nashik

It is known as the "Wine Capital of India" and the "Grape Capital of India". One of the main attractions is Saptashrungi, followed by Trimbakeshwar and Panchavati.

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7. Lonavala

Maharashtra's most famous place, Lonavala. Known for its green valleys and hill stations, it is home to thousands of tourists.

8. Nagpur

Orange City of Maharashtra: It is known for places like Dikshabhoomi, Swaminarayan Temple, Shree Ganesh Tekdi, Raman Science Centre, Ramtek Fort, and Zero Mile marker.

9. Mumbai

Capital city of Maharashtra: There are plenty of attractions in Juhu, including the Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Siddhivinayak temple, Shivaji Park, and Shivaji Park.

10. Khandala

Besides Duke's nose, shooting point, Shiv linga, and many other attractions, Khandala is a popular hill station in Maharashtra's Western Ghats.

11. Andhari Reserve

About 88 tigers inhabit Tadoba National Park. In addition to Moharli, Tadoba Lake is another popular tourist attraction.