Known for its religious and historical importance, Nashik is best visited between October and February when the city experiences the winter season. In general, the town has extreme weather conditions. So the summers are really hot, and winters are chilly. The summer temperature can touch or go beyond 39°C whereas a drastic drop in the mercury level is seen during the peak winters; going as low as 5°C. Thus, winters are best if one wishes to explore the cityscape uninterruptedly. Between July and September, the land of the Indian Wine receives the right amount of rainfall that transforms the city as the greenery flourishes, making it a treat to visit, especially for monsoon lovers and offbeat travellers.