Located in the state of Maharashtra, Nashik is a very beautiful city situated 600 m above the sea level. It is also the administrative headquarters in the district. It is the third largest city of Maharashtra and the fourth fastest growing city of India and is incredibly famous among tourists for pleasant climate, impeccable cleanliness and picturesque surroundings.
Tourists visit the place in search of peace, tranquility, scenic beauty and for spending quality time with their loved ones. Nashik Travel Guide is full of references to the religious destination and exciting places. Dudhsagar Falls, Kalaram Temple, Naroshankara Temple, Jain Mandir, Ganga Ghat and Pandav Leni Caves are the popular destinations of the city. Nashik is prominent for grapes, tomatoes and onions. It is also popular for its table grapes since a long time and is known as “Wine Capital of India”.
Nashik is well known for its Maharashtrian cuisines with an additional influence from Khandesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is a home to an essential thermal power plant and a National Treasury Printing Press. There are five "Industrial Zones" which are situated in Nashik.