Bangalore is a Technological city of India and is also the capital of Karnataka city situated in southern part. Moreover, it is the 7th largest city of India. It is well known that Bangalore has an ancient origin but this current day city was actually founded in the 16th Century. Till now this city is the major administrative center and hub. As the IT industry is the main feature of this city, it is also known as Silicon Valley of India. Due to the presence of several charming and captivating gardens and parks, this city has been given the name of Garden City.

Tourist Attractions of Bangalore City

Vidhan Sabha - It is one of the major attractions of Bangalore built in the year 1954. It is a perfect blend of modern style and traditional Dravidian design. The Cubbon Park whixch is spread in the 120-hectare of land is situated close to Vidhan Sabha and consists of several neo-classical government buildings.

Bangalore Tourism

Tipu Sultan's Fort - Tipu Sultan's Fort and Palace is the major building of the 18th century. It falls under the category of significant historical tourist attractions.

Lal Bag Botanical Gardens - The Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens are best known for holding several flower shows. The most important shows are the ones that held during the Republic Day. These gardens are located on the southern outskirts of this city.

Museums - The Government Museum in Bangalore is one amongst the oldest museums of India. Other than this museum two more museums are famous that are the Industrial Museum and the Visvesvaraya Technological museum.

Temples - The important temple to worship is the 16th-century built Dravidian-styled temple that is devoted to the Bull of Lord Shiva named as Nandi. The other major temples of this city are the Someshwara Temple, the Gavi Gangadhareswara cave Temple and the Venkataramanaswamy Temple.

Ulsoor Lake - The Ulsoor Lake of Bangalore is present on the north east corner of this city and has also turned out to be a significant picnic spot for tourists.

Different Spiritual Centers - The spiritual centers worth paying a visit in Bangalore are the ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) Temple Complex, the summer abode of the Shri Sathya Sai Baba situated 20 km in the east of the city and the Whitefield Ashram. The other Ashram is the Art of Living center of Gurudev Sri Ravishankar and is located at the outskirts of this city on the Kanakapura Road.

How to Reach

By Air: The Bangalore Airport is situated 13 Km in the east of the City Station. You will get several regular flights to destinations like Pine, Mangalore, Kochi, Goa, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Calcutta. Even you have direct international airlines to Singapore, Sharjah and Muscat.

By Train: The central stations of this city is very well linked to all the chief Indian states and cities. Even this railway station offers various daily express trains.

By Road: This city is the owner of big bus terminus which is present close to the Railway Station.