Certainly, Bangalore is a perfect blend of past and present and that makes the city an amazing destination.  The city provides a wonderful opportunity for sightseeing as the landscape is spectacular and the man-made attractions are culturally as well as historically significant.  The amalgamation of art, history, culture, nature and make the city an amazing tourist hotspot!

Also, the best thing about Bangalore Tourism is that the city fits into the traveling interests of every type of traveler. This bustling city offers an excellent opportunity to sit alone indulging in nature; there are plenty of gardens and parks within the city. Also, the city has beautiful hill stations perfect for a drive to enjoy sunrise and sunset. But that is not all about Bangalore Tourism, the city will never disappoint party lovers and shopaholics.  YES! The city has everything for travelers with a wide variety of interests!

Bangaloreans never worry about monotonous life because this city magnifies places that are perfect for a weekend. The sightseeing opinions and activities to involve are plenty. Mg road Bangalore and commercial street are sweet spots of Bangaloreans and tourists. Unique local, international, and traditional shops along with eateries make these spots loved by tourists and locals. Now, let us take a look at the most attractive places to visit in Bangalore.

Top attractions in Bengaluru

  1. Bangalore Palace

    Bangalore Palace

    Bangalore Palace is one of the prominent tourist hubs surrounded by posh boutiques, breweries, and tech-park. The palace built by King Chamaraja Wadiyar in the year 1887 is open to the public and is loved by architects around the globe. The wooden interiors and the green lawn is a visual treat for the eyes. The building is inspired by Tudor and Scottish Gothic construction styles. The palace has a grand collection of photography and other unique artifacts which includes “Coat of Arms”, gifted to the Wadiyars by the British. Fun World Amusement Park lies closer to the palace.

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  2. Lal Bagh in Bangalore

    Lal Bagh in Bangalore

    Who hasn’t heard of Lal Bagh? This botanical garden is world-famous for its flora and fauna. Also, birds including Myna, Parakeets, Common Egret, and Pond Heron, etc. are found here. The garden has other attractions like a lake, glasshouse, and an aquarium. Every year flower shows and Mango Mela are organized at the glasshouse with great pomp and josh. The 240 acres garden also has Peninsular Gneiss Rock, the oldest existing rocks in the world. The monument that is built in the rock has won recognition from the National Geological Monument.

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  3. Nandi Hills

    Nandi Hills

    Nandi hills, the sightseer’s paradise is one of the beautiful attractions in Bangalore Map. A stunning weekend holiday-spot, Nandi Hills is known for the historical fortress and the views around. The hills were the summer retreat of Tipu Sultan and the fortress with temples, shrines and monuments speak about the remnants of Tipu’s life. The house, still a prominent attraction, is called Tashk-e-Jannat, has beautifully painted walls, high pillars, intricate archways, and brilliantly crafted ceilings that astonish its visitors. Besides, the hill is an astounding trekking trail that is loved by cyclers and adventurous hikers. The hills provide splendid views of the countryside too.

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  4. Tipu Sultan’s Palace

    Tipu Sultan’s Palace

    In the Bangalore Map, Tipu Sultan’s Palace finds a special place. This magnificent accommodation of the world-famous ruler, Tipu is situated at the meeting point of Albert Victor Road and Krishna Rajendra. The construction symbolizes Indo- Islamic architecture and was the summer retreat of the king. Tipu fondly called the palace as the ‘Abode of Happiness’ and ‘Rash e Jannat’ which means ‘Envy of Heaven’. The palace is known for its ornamental frescoes, amazing balconies and arches, and the stunning motifs. A leisurely walk on the balconies is an alluring experience. The palace is one of the must-visit places in Bangalore.

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  5. Cubbon Park 

    Cubbon Park 

    Cubbon Park situated at the heart of the city is one of the major attractions of Bangalore. The park built in the year 1870 is known for its beautiful flowers, lawns, historical buildings, and musical fountains.  The construction style of the park is influenced by British and Indian architecture. The historic buildings namely,  August Bandstand and Government Museum, which has the remnants from India’s Mohenjodaro period.  The museum also has coins that are more than 5000 years of age. The park has more than 6000 plants and trees like the heavy silver oaks and Gulmohar trees,  are the major attractions of the park.

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  6. Bannerghatta National Park

    Bannerghatta National Park

    The Bannerghatta National Park is  22km away from Bangalore and is home for a wide range of flora and fauna. The park is Spread over an area of around 104.27 sq. km. Established in the year 1971, the park is also famous as the country’s first butterfly park. This national park also has attractions like ten Reserve Forests, an aquarium, Children’s park, Snake Park, a zoo, Crocodile Farm, and Prehistoric Animals’ Park.  Bannerghatta Jungle Safari is one of the major tourist attractions.

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  7. Vidhana Soudha

    Vidhana Soudha

    Vidhana Soudha is one of the magnificent buildings of Bangalore.  A major house of the Legislative Chambers of the state government, the Soudha has three hundred rooms dedicated to the state government. This imposing and impressive building in the city was built in the year 1956. A fine example of Dravidian architecture, the building was constructed under the guidance of the then chief minister of Karnataka, Mr. Kengal Hanumanthaiah. He considered the building as a tribute to Indian temple architecture.  B.R. Manickam was the chief engineer of Vidhana Soudha and built the Soudha purely out of granite and porphyry. Also, the Soudha is adorned with four domes on its four corners and as one enters the building is greeted by the Four-headed Lion which is the national symbol of India.  A Bangalore sightseeing holiday is incomplete without a visit to the Vidhana Soudha.

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  8. Wonderla Bangalore

    Wonderla Bangalore

    Wonderla Amusement Park which lies away from the busy Bangalore city is one of the perfect one-day holiday spots. The park lies closer to Bangalore as well as Mysore hence it is perfect for tourists from both the places. However, the park called Wonderla Bangalore is world-famous for 60+exciting rides and a water park which has attractions like land rides, water rides, high-thrill rides, kids rides and more. The rides namely Y-scream, Boomerang, Insanity, Harakiri, etc, or the amazing splashdown water rides offer an adrenaline-rushing activity for its visitors. There are special shows, parades, rain disco dances, wave pool, activities, performances and more for children!

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Best Time To Visit Bengaluru

Bangalore is known for its moderate climate throughout the year. During the winter season, the city experiences a freezing cold; the climate during summer ranges between 27-35 degrees Celsius and the monsoon is pleasant and chill.

However, the best time to visit Bangalore is between the months of October and February. The city illuminated with lights and decorations gains a stunning view and vibrant feeling during Christmas and New year time. Those who love celebrations and lights should plan their visit during this time.

How To Reach Bengaluru

  • By air: Kempegowda International Airport or Bangalore Airport is well-connected with all prominent Indian and International airports. One of the busiest airports, Bangalore International Airport is spread across  4,700 acres. Also, all prominent airlines provide regular domestic and international services.   The airport is situated about 36 km away from the city center. From the airport, plenty of taxis, autos, and buses are available 24*7.
  • By road: Inter-state and Interdistrict Private/ State buses are connected with Bangalore. Travelers can choose from luxury, semi-luxury, deluxe, or state-run buses as per their budget. The National Highways and State-Highways to Bangalore are perfect for all types of vehicles. Those who are interested to drive can enjoy a drive to Bangalore from their home-town.
  • By train: The two major stations that link with the city are Bangalore City Railway Station (4 km away) and Yesvantpur Junction (10 km away). The city is linked with all the major railway zones and there are trains on a regular basis. From the station, one can take prepaid taxis or local bus services to the other parts of the city. The main station is at a walkable distance from the railway station.