While Delhi is known for its historical monuments and cosmopolitan culture, Shirdi is famous as the hometown of Sai Baba, one of the most prominent saints of the 19th century. Delhi to Shirdi distance is approximately is 1376.9km including flight distance of 1177km (Delhi to Pune) and road distance of 199.9km (Pune to Shirdi) via Kopargaon-Shirdi-Ahmednagar-Pune Highway and NH160 (Pune to Shirdi). The fastest way to reach Shirdi from Delhi is by availing direct flight from Delhi to Pune (2h 10m) and then taking a taxi or bus for an approximately 4 hours onward journey to Shirdi. Because Shirdi doesn’t have its own airport, you can't avail direct flights from Delhi to Shirdi. However, you can take direct flights from Delhi to Pune, Mumbai and Aurangabad. The cheapest route to reach Shirdi from Delhi is to travel by train from Delhi to Sainagar Shirdi, the city’s main railway station.While in Pune, you could drop-in at Bhaja Caves, Aga Khan Palace, National War Museum, Karla Caves, among others. On reaching Shirdi, you should waste no time in visiting Gurusthan, Khandoba Temple, Chavadi, Dixit Wada Museum, Shani Shingnapur, Adul Baba Cottage, House of Laxmibai Shinde and the Maruti Mandir.