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Bangalore, India | Travel Guide of History

by Steven

Bangalore is the third largest city in India after New Delhi and Mumbai. Located in the south of the country, it has a population of 9 million and is also called the ICT capital of the country. It therefore has a great attraction for Indians who want to build a future here. The city is known primarily for the beautiful gardens you can find here, such as Lal Bagh or Cubbon Park. In addition, you will find a vibrant nightlife full of pubs and a variety of nice restaurants, from Chinese to Western food. So let’s go to Bangalore…!

Sightseeing – Sightseeing in Bangalore

Bangalore is perhaps not the most interesting city to stay for a long time. Here you will find mainly many parks where you can go and have a look once in a while.

1: Cubbon Park
2: Bangalore Palace
3: Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens
4: Vidhana Soudha and Attara Kacheri
5: Tipu Sultan Fort And Palace – Bangalore KR Market

Transportation – How to get to Bangalore?

By Air: The international airport of Bangalore is called Bengaluru Kempegowda Airport. Many national as well as international flights leave here daily. For example, KLM has been flying to this city three times a week since October 201. The airport, which is 40 kilometers north of Bangalore has an excellent network of Airport Shuttles that can take you to the city center.

Train: The main railway station of Bangalore is City Railway Station. From here many trains leave for the rest of India, such as Chennai, Hampi, Goa and Mumbai.

Bus: The main bus station of the city is next to the City Railway Station. From Kempegowda bus station, hundreds of buses depart daily to many destinations in India. Generally, you could purchase a bus ticket online, however, the preference would be to do so at a local travel agent. Usually you will get transportation to the bus station from that place.

Metro: More and more cities and major towns in India are getting a metro network (Namma Metro). Currently, there are two metro lines (green and purple), but there will be some expansions in the coming years. For example, the purple line will take you from City Railway Station to the east or west of the city.

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