Popular with several names like the Silicon Valley of India, Pub Capital of India, Air Conditioned city, and City of Gardens, Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka. Now called Bengaluru, Bangalore was known as the ‘Pensioners’ Paradise’, way before the IT industry made its way to the city.  A beautiful amalgamation of past and present, the city might not have any major attraction as compared to other cities, but you can witness a commendable blend of history, architecture, culture, spirituality and nature here.


The Tipu Sultan Palace here is the grand summer palace which has now been converted into a museum. A must see attraction in Bangalore, this palace boasts of magnificent figures, paintings and other artworks.
Visit the Bangalore Palace built in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar. This grand palace boasts Tudor-style architecture complimented by fortified towers, arches, emerald lawns and graceful woodcarvings. The palace still acts as home to the royal family.

Bengaluru is perfect to relish pleasant walks at the Cubbon Park and leisurely strolls at the emerald blankets of the botanical gardens of Lalbagh. Depicting the modern face of India, the city offers world class infrastructure, which makes it a preferred choice for both locals and travellers planning holidays to India.

For all the art lovers, the National Gallery of Modern Art on Palace Road is housed in a Colonial Mansion with a garden setting. The art gallery also has a café in its premises. With all its greenery, the Gallery is nothing less than an oasis. You can enjoy the massive collection on display or an ongoing exhibition. The city presents a perfect contrast where you can see historical monuments rubbing shoulders with contemporary edifices.

Rekindle your religious beliefs by visiting the popular Iskcon Temple (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) of Bangalore. Bangalore has two Iskcon temples, one of which is Sri Radha Krishna Temple, located at Hare Krishna Hill, Rajaji Nagar. The temple attracts devotees or tourists from all over the world as it provides a great spiritual experience. The delicious Sri Krishna prasadam is distributed freely to all the visitors during the darshan hours.
To taste the local flavours of the city, visit the Krishna Rajendra Market. The market looks like a multihued canvas with varied variety of flowers, spices, and copper items.

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How to Reach Bengaluru
By Air: Bangalore International Airport is located just 40 km from the city and serves both domestic and international flights
By Rail: Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeswantpur Junction are two important railway stations of the city which receive regular trains from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and other major cities
By Road: Bangalore is well-connected by a network of buses from all the cities of India


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