Bangalore Tour

Bangalore is the only metropolis in India famed for its unique contrasts. The city’s connection of immaculately preserved gardens and well-laid boulevards gets an overpowering edge with the high-rising multinationals and the development of IT sector.
Once a Pensioners’ Paradise where the retired officials spent their time in leisure, the city now juggles in a hectic day-life and wild night-life. People opt for Bangalore Tour for many reasons - a base point to explore many worlds’ of Karnataka, a business trip and a heaven for software enthusiasts. The city’s sightseeing includes a walk in the famous lawns, gardens, pathways, palaces and temples.

Bangalore’s Attractions
Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens
Bangalore City TourBestowed by the amazing wealth of red roses and their unforgettable fragrance, Lal Bagh or The Red Garden is a well known botanical garden in Bangalore spreading colours all around. Spread over an expansive area of 240 acres, this expansive lush garden was commissioned by ruler of Mysore, Hyder Ali in 1760. Another attraction of this garden is a beautiful glasshouse modeled on London’s Crystal Palace. Through a stroll in this garden, one can explore over 1,000 species of flora and trees that are standing tall over a century.

Cubbon Park
It is often said that Bangalore got its second name as Garden City after Cubbon Park came into existence.
An inheritance of British taste, Cubbon Park was created on the orders of the then British Commissioner - Sir Mark Cubbon. Entering this 120 hectare lawn suffuses a sense of freshness and calm through the greenery and aromatic wafts of Gulmohurs and other exotic flowers and plants.

Bangalore Palace
An important specimen of Wodeyar dynasty, Bangalore Palace is modeled as a miniature version of the Windsor Castle in England. Still a home to present King, the palace offers glimpses to the grandeur of the Royal Family through the rare collection of photos, paintings and lavish interiors. Its another attraction includes the vast grounds surrounding the royal seat where many world known artists like Aerosmith, Akon, Backstreet Boys, and Enrique performed with the real life backdrop of Bangalore Palace.

Vidhana Soudha
Bangalore City Tour Vidhana Soudha, the seat of Karnataka’s state legislature is another expression of the city’s grandeur and splendour. Made up of granite, this elegant building is based on the architectural fusion of Dravidian and Indo-Saracenic styles.

Basavanagundi Nandi Temple
At the Bull Temple in Basvanagundi, a devotee can fulfil all his wishes by whispering in the ear of the largest monolith idol of Nandi, the bull mount of Lord Shiva. One of the oldest revered shrines of the city, this temple draws devotees from all over the country.


How to get there
  • By Air – Equipped with the state-of-the-art technology, Bangalore International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic and number of air traffic movements, thanks to intense corporate travelling and a base for tourism in the home state.
  • By Road – The city boasts of an extensive road network. Being an entry point to Karnataka, the city has extensive road connectivity to major cities. Mysore and Hampi are the most visited sites from Bangalore.

  • By Train – Bangalore enjoys easy connectivity with major Indian cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Guwahati, Ajmer, etc.

Climate - Bestowed with a pleasant climate, Bangalore is a year round destination.

Excursions
Bannerghatta Biological Park - By following 22 km trail from Bangalore, a tourist can explore wonders of wildlife in Bannerghatta Natural Reserve. This hilly place is an abode to exotic species of white tigers, lions and other mammals. The country's first Butterfly Park also belongs to this wild retreat.

Bangalore City Tours

Tirupati - One of the richest and glorious shrines in India devoted to Hindu belief, Tirupati is a major pilgrimage destination accessible from Bangalore. Located on the hill top of Tirumala range, the shrine is dedicated to Lord Vishnu avatar- Lord Venkateshwar Balaji with his consorts - Sridevi and Bhudevi.

Mysore - More than a city, Mysore is an adjective lending a touch of richness to the normal items, making them extraordinary. Be it Mysore Pak - A royal sweet, Peta - silk turban, forests, Silk - soft piece of fabric, Palace and Sandalwood, the exotic touch of this city makes them an exclusive and proud possession. Above all, Mysore Tour is meant to enhance luxuriant flavours of life creating overwhelming experiences.

Hassan - The gateway to Karnataka's heritage, Hassan is more popularly known as the temple architectural capital of this lavish state with the rare stone temples. Just 194 km away from Bangalore, this town is famed worldwide for Hoysala Dynasty Temples in Belur, Halebid and Sravanabelagola.

Sravanabelgola - Bangalore City informations One of the prime pilgrimage centers for Jain followers, Sravanabelagola features world's largest monolithic stone statue of Bahubali Gomateshwara.  Just 57 km away from Hassan, this shrine is mostly revered for the spectacular Mahamastakabhisheka ceremony. During this ceremony, thousands of pilgrims flock from various directions to offer vermillion, honey, curd, milk turmeric paste, and gold coins as an offering to Lord's head at an interval of 12 years.

Belur and Halebid- The twin towns of Belur and Halebid serve as an immaculate example for Hoysala architecture and temples. Chhanekeshava Temple at Belur is still an actively worshipped place centering on Lord Vishnu. Hoysaleshwara Temple at Halebid is based on the temple remains depicting sculptures of Hindu deities, sages along with the life of Hoysala rulers. 

Puttaparthy - Puttaparthy has been brought on the world map as the residence of spiritual teacher, Sathya Sai Baba. His followers from all over the world visit Prasanthi Nilayam Ashram to experience spirituality in Baba's abode. 

Where to stay
  The Taj West End (5 star deluxe)

Tranquil Orchards (3.5 star)

  Taj Residency (5 star deluxe)

Ashraya International Hotel (3 star)

  The Leela (5 star deluxe)

Comfort Inn Infantry Court (3 star)

  Vivanta by Taj- Whitefield (5 star)

Golden Palms (3 star)

  Le Meridien (5 star)

Royal Orchid Resort (3 star)

  E-Inn (5 star)

Comfort Inn Vijay Residency (3 star)

  The Chancery pavilion (5 star)

Confident Propus (3 star)

  Clarks Exotica (5 star)

Eagle Ridge (3 star)

  Confident Cascade Resort (5 star)

Golden Landmark (3 star)

  Windsor Manor Sheraton & Towers (5 star deluxe)

Gold Finch Hotel (3 star)

  Ista Hotel (5 star)

Pai Viceroy Hotel (3 star)

  Royal Orchid Suites (5 star)

Radha Hometel (3 star)

  The Capitol (5 star)

Ramada Bangalore (3 star)

  Fantasy Golf Resort (5 star)

Samrudhi Suites & Spa (3 star)

  Shreyas Retreat (Boutique Hotel)

The Belair (3 star)

  The Park (4.5 star)

The Bell Hotel (3 star)

  The Lalit Ashok (5 star)

The Central Park (3 star)

  ITC Royal Gardenia (5 star)

The Chevron Hotel (3 star)

  The Oterra (5 star)

Pai Viceroy Hotel (3 star)

  The Gateway Hotel on Residency Road (4.5 star)

Radha Hometel (3 star)

  Fortune Select Trinity (4 star)

The President Hotel (3 star)

  Jayamahal Palace Hotel (4 star)

Angsana Oasis Spa Resort (3 star)

  The Paul (4 star)

Mapple Whitefield (3 star)

  Taj Kuteeram (4 star)

Regaalis (3 star)

  Brunton Aster (3 star)

The Royal Comfort (3 star)

  Olde Bangalore Resort and Convention Center (4 star)

The Richmond (3 star)

  St. Marks (4 star boutique)

The Senate (3 star)

  Ramee Guestline Hotel (Budget 4 star)

Woodlands Hotel (2 star)

  The Pride Hotel (4 star)

Ginger Hotel (2 star)

  Nandhana Hometel (3.5 star)  

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