Vishrambag Wada, a three-storied mansion remarkable for its
beautiful entrance and the balcony with carved woodwork, typical of the
Peshwa period. The wada is 260ft. long and 815ft. broad, Teen - Chowki
Wada, built by the last Peshwa Bajirao II, as his residence. It took 6
years to build this building. It is one among Pune's attractions, which
symbolises and tells tales of Pune's rich culture and heritage. Now
serving as a post office, this place is located on Bajirao Road in
Noted historian Babasaheb Purandare has undertaken the task of transforming the inner courts and the hall into their original grandeur adding immensely to the beauty of the place. Vishrambaug was once a garden, and is said to have derived its name from its gardener called Vishram.
Pune is well connected by air, rail and road with the important places within and beyond the state. For local transportation taxis, city buses and auto rickshaws are available.
Accommodation is available at the hotels in Pune.