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    What are the best places to visit near banglore?

    I am going to visit banglore in next month. suggest me some good tourist places near banglore.
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  • #4948
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  • #4957
    Hey! Sarthak, If you're around Bangalore, check out Mysore for its stunning palace, Coorg for peaceful coffee plantations, and Gokarna for chilled-out beaches. Hampi's ancient ruins and Nandi Hills' scenic views are close by too. For a laid-back beach experience, [URL=""]Zuri South Goa[/URL]
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  • #4975
    Sure! Here are the best places to visit near Bangalore:

    Nandi Hills: It is a hill station located 60 km from Bangalore. It is famous for its beauty and pleasant weather. You can go trekking, cycling, or relax and enjoy the views.

    Coorg: It is a hill station located 276 km from Bangalore. It is known for its coffee plantations, waterfalls, and lush greenery. You can go trekking, rafting, or visit some historical places.

    Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace: It is a palace located in Bangalore. The palace is a beautiful example of architecture.

  • #4977
    Near Bangalore, there are several wonderful places to visit for a quick getaway. Nandi Hills, located around 60 kilometers from Bangalore, offers breathtaking sunrise views and a serene environment ideal for nature lovers. The historic town of Mysore, approximately 150 kilometers away, boasts magnificent palaces, vibrant markets, and rich cultural heritage. For adventure enthusiasts, Ramanagara, just 50 kilometers from Bangalore, provides opportunities for rock climbing and trekking amidst picturesque rocky terrain. Additionally, Coorg, also known as the Scotland of India, is about 250 kilometers away and is renowned for its lush coffee plantations, misty hills, and cascading waterfalls, making it a perfect retreat for a peaceful vacation amidst nature.

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