Bangalore is a very modern Indian city. It’s my favourite of the ones I’ve been to. I found it less chaotic and less crowded. The “green city” really is stunning, although our taxi driver told us they are cutting down a lot of the trees to build a metro. If you want to chill out in Bangalore, do some shopping, and eat good grub, read on!
How to get there-
A bus is a great option for getting to and from Kempegowda International Airport. Buses depart from the airport and travel to different sections of the city. Buses, run by the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC), depart every 30 minutes and fares vary depending on where you’re going. Buses run here 24/7. When you arrive at the airport, you can check the display of BMTC schedules, routes, and other information at the arrival hall of the terminal building.
Things to do here-
Find out why Bangalore is also called India’s “Garden City”. Visit Cubbon Park, with its more than 6,000 species of trees and plants. The 300-acre park, surrounded by colonial architecture, makes for a nice respite from the busy city. There are also many other attractions close to the park, including the State Central Library, an art gallery, and Government Aquarium (as well as a metro stop) so it’s a good place to start day of sightseeing.
Bangalore Palace is another good spot to put on your Bangalore trip. Built in 1887, the palace was inspired by Windsor Castle and is still home to the current royal family.
Bangalore is also home to several museums and galleries worth visiting during your stay. Depending on where your interests lie, you’ve got your pick of the National Gallery of Modern Art, Venkatappa Art Gallery, Government Museum, Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, and HAL Aerospace Museum.
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