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    What are the best places to visit in Bangalore?

    Can anyone tell me what are best places to visit in Bangalore and also where to stay?
  • #2637
    There are several places in Bangalore that may you definitely want to visit here. Some of them are mentioned here:
    1. Bannerghatta National Park situated at a distance of 25 km.
    2 At Dodda Alada you will see a large tree spread across in 3 acres of land. It is known to be the largest tree in Karnataka.
    3 Ranganatha Swamy Temple is an ancient temple located 45 km from Bangalore city junction.
    4. You can also see a small hill known as Savandurga Hills, 48 km distance form Bangalore.
    5 Another place to explore is Nandi hills, nestled at 60 km from the city.

  • #2983
    Bangalore is the headquarters for the state of Karnataka. It is one of the beautiful cities in India with a balmy climate and picturesque landscapes and charms thousands of travelers throughout the year. It is the perfect destination for shopaholics and party lovers. The places of interest in Bangalore are Bangalore Park, Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, MG Road, and UB City Mall.

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  • #5058
    Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru, is a city that offers something for everyone.
    So here are my best places to visit..near by
    1. Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
    2. Cubbon Park
    3. ISKCON Temple
    4. Bannerghatta National Park
    5. Bangalore Palace
    6. Vidhana Soudha
    7. MG Road
    8. Brigade Road

    These are just a few of the many great places to visit in Bangalore
    so if you are a traveholic then must visit
    for more travel package to go out with ease

  • #5077
    Bangalore has many first-rate locations to go to, but I experienced a journey. And if you're into adventure, you ought to strive hiking in Bangalore, as a manner to offer you several life-quality moments.

    1. The Nandi Hills trek brings a unique joy in looking at the dawn early in the morning. There are resorts and guest homes here where you may stay, like Nandi Hills Resort, Mount Palazzo, etc.

    You can know more about nandi hills :

    2. The Bheemeshwari trek combines trekking with opportunities for fishing and river rafting. You have got the Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp, which is brilliant for tenting and river rafting.

    3. Kunti Betta Trek is awesome for middle of the night treks and mountaineering reviews. In the nearby metropolis of Maddur, there are some inns and accommodations where you can stay, such as Maddur Tiffany's Hotel and Sri Lakshmi Venkateshwara Lodge.

    4. The Ramanagara trek is right for mountain climbing, with terrific views. In and across the town of Ramanagara, there are budget lodges and motels in which you can live, like Ramanagara Hill View Stay and Ramnagara Residency.

    5. Skandagiri additionally referred to as Kalavara Durga, gives an unforgettable leisure with its night trek and sunrise perspectives. Near Skandagiri, there are lodges and accommodations in Nandi Hills and Chikkaballapur in which you can live.

    6. The Savandurga trek, the largest monolith hill in Asia, is a piece difficult however offers a view from the top it is worth it. Near Savandurga, alongside Magadi Road, and in close by cities, there are inns and visitor houses where you may stay.

    These are some treks that I enjoy, and I suppose you must give them a strive too.
    You can explore various travel booking platforms that offer accommodation options for your trekking adventures. These platforms include well-known names in the travel industry. like , airbnb, makemytrip ,

  • #6124
    Some of the best places to visit in Bangalore include Cubbon Park, Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore Palace, and Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace. As for accommodation, you can find a variety of hotels in different budget ranges across the city, with areas like MG Road, Indiranagar, and Koramangala being popular choices. Enjoy your trip to Bangalore!

  • #6125
    Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru, is a vibrant city in southern India known for its pleasant climate, green spaces, and thriving tech industry. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or modern attractions, Bangalore has something for everyone. Here are some of the best places to visit in Bangalore:

    Lalbagh Botanical Garden: One of Bangalore's most famous landmarks, Lalbagh is a sprawling botanical garden with a vast collection of plants and flowers. It's a great place for a leisurely stroll or a picnic.

    Cubbon Park: Another green oasis in the heart of the city, Cubbon Park is a popular spot for joggers, walkers, and nature lovers. The park also houses several important government buildings and museums.

    Bangalore Palace: Built in the Tudor style, Bangalore Palace is a stunning architectural landmark. Visitors can explore the palace's opulent interiors and learn about its history.

    Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace: This historical site was once the summer residence of the famous Mysorean ruler, Tipu Sultan. The palace is known for its beautiful architecture and historical significance.

    Vidhana Soudha: The seat of the state legislature of Karnataka, Vidhana Soudha is a magnificent building that showcases a blend of Dravidian and Indo-Saracenic architectural styles. It's particularly impressive when illuminated at night.

    ISKCON Temple Bangalore: Dedicated to Lord Krishna, this temple is known for its beautiful architecture, serene atmosphere, and spiritual significance. It's a popular place for devotees and tourists alike.

    Bannerghatta National Park: Located on the outskirts of Bangalore, Bannerghatta National Park is a great place to spot wildlife, including tigers, lions, and elephants. The park also has a zoo, butterfly park, and safari park.

    Nandi Hills: A short drive from Bangalore, Nandi Hills is a picturesque hill station known for its stunning views and pleasant climate. It's a popular spot for day trips and weekend getaways.

    UB City: If you're in the mood for shopping and dining, head to UB City. This luxury shopping mall is home to a variety of high-end stores, restaurants, and cafes.

    Bangalore Fort: Built in the 16th century by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bangalore, Bangalore Fort is a historical landmark that offers a glimpse into the city's past.

    These are just a few of the many attractions that Bangalore has to offer. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or modern amenities, Bangalore has something for everyone to enjoy.

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  • #6131
    Bangalore offers a variety of attractions:

    Cubbon Park: A serene oasis in the city's heart, ideal for picnics and leisurely walks.

    Bangalore Palace: Explore this majestic palace with its architecture and historical artefacts.

    Lalbagh Botanical Garden: Famous for its stunning flora, annual flower shows, and serene lake.

    Vidhana Soudha: Iconic government building showcasing Dravidian architecture.

    ISKCON Temple Bangalore: A spiritual retreat with beautiful architecture and serene ambiance.

    Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace: Historical palace known for its Indo-Islamic architecture and artifacts.

    Bannerghatta National Park: Wildlife sanctuary offering safaris, a zoo, and a butterfly park.

    These attractions highlight Bangalore's blend of historical landmarks, natural beauty, and cultural richness.

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