Top attractions in the Indian wine capital of Nashik

Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Nashik is conveniently located just 10 minutes away from the center of Nashik, also known as the “Wine Capital of India”. Our team is at hand to curate unforgettable experiences for explorers and wine enthusiasts, such as exclusive wine trails, a hike to Pandav Caves, a visit to an authentic traditional village, heritage walks across the old city, or an exclusive Sunday brunch at a vineyard. Several nearby museums and all major attractions are within a 30-minute drive from the hotel.

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Vineyards and Wines

16.92 mi / 27.23 km from the hotel
Nashik is famously known as the “Wine Capital of India” with 29 wineries in operation and 8,000 acres under grape wine plantation. The center of India’s budding wine industry offers many plans for wine enthusiasts, including vineyard tours, winery visits, wine making, and tasting.

Trimbakeshwar Temple

14.7 mi / 23.65 km from the hotel
Considered one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, this ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva is located in the town of Trimbak in the Brahmagiri Mountains, the source of the Godavari River. It was constructed by the third Peshwa Balaji Rao in the 18th century.

Pandav Caves

0.13 mi / 0.21 km from the hotel
Also known as the Nasik Caves, these are a collection of Buddhist caves from B.C 250 to 600 A.D, located on the Trirashmi Hills on Nashik Mumbai Highway. These caves have intricate carvings and are an example of exquisite craftsmanship with magnificent idols of Buddha.

Coin Museum / Shanti-Krishna Museum of Money and History

9.48 mi / 15.26 km from the hotel
The Coin Museum in Nashik is one of the only numismatic museums in Asia, and is home to coins, dyes, and replicas, along with historic bronze and terracotta artifacts and paintings, offering a well-documented history of the various currency systems that existed in India for centuries.

Dadasaheb Phalke Museum

0.46 mi / 0.74 km from the hotel
This museum is dedicated to Dadasaheb Phalke, the producer of the first full-length Indian movie: Raja Harishchandra. Located close to the Central Bus Station, this museum displays the works of Dadasaheb. It also has a meditation center, conference hall, and exhibition center.

MTDC Boat Club

8.95 mi / 14.41 km from the hotel
Organized and managed by the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC), this boat club is an ideal spot for family fun in Nashik. The state-of-the-art boat club offers a host of water sports and leisurely activities, like freshwater scuba diving, jet-skiing, kayaking, and more.