• Weather : 24
  • State Rank : 5
  • Ideal Duration : 2-3 days
  • Best Time : Oct, Nov, Dec
  • Tags : Extreme Sports , Wildlife,Heritage

Bangalore tourism has boomed in recent years among globetrotters, due to its noted places of interest. Since travel and commercial enterprise in city may be a thriving affair, there are several city tourism guide on the market on-line for reference. Also, you'll investigate some city tourism packages for coming up with a visit abroad so as to form the most effective out of your vacation.

History of city:
Bangalore (Bengaluru) is that the capital of Karnataka. it was Kempe Gowda I who set the inspiration of city town. He was a nobleman who, with the support of the folks, built an expansive mud and brick fort that later became central city.

Best Think about Bangalore :

Good weather throughout the year. Good eating joints, cafes, breweries and pubs. A green city with a lot of lakes. Very well connected with rest of the country and international destinations. Good mix of historical attractions and modern city.


Worst Think about Bangalore :

Always crowded with lots of traffic in most part of the city. Language could be an issue for North Indians as Hindi and English are not so fluently spoken here. Slightly expensive. Airport is around 30 km from the main city.


Best For Whom :

Good for people looking to travel in South India and using Bangalore as the base destination. A lot of people come here for business or because of their jobs or for studies. Bangalore also attracts people from nearby areas for shopping and the general city life.


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By Air:
Bangalore is extremely well-connected by regular flights from Delhi, Mumbai and most other important cities in India and also has international carriers flowing in and out of the Bengaluru International Airport, which is located about 40 kilometres from the main city. A taxi from the airport would take about 45 minutes to reach the city.

By Bus:
Bangalore is well-connected by a network of buses from cities like Goa, Mumbai, Pune, Coimbatore and Mangalore. The options range from regular buses to air-conditioned, Volvo and sleeper coaches. While some of the buses are run by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation, there are also a number of private bus operators who run inter-city buses to and from Bangalore.

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