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A few decades ago, Bengaluru (or Bangalore) was known as the Garden City, or the Pensioners’ Paradise – a quiet and peaceful corner of India where people retired to enjoy the good climate and nice company. Today, it’s known as the Silicone Valley of India, the IT Capital and the Pub City – and has been repeatedly voted the most livable place in India. Who knows what it will become tomorrow? So don’t wait up, get your Tiger Holidays tickets now, and visit Bengaluru before it changes again!

Things to See in Bengaluru (Bangalore)

If this is your first trip to Bengaluru, you may want to start by booking a tour, or a walking tour of the city, to help you get a better picture of where the landmarks are located. It will help a great deal with the orientation later on, as this busy place can literally change overnight, confusing not just tourists, but locals as well.

  • Vidhana Soudha and Vikasa Soudha are the seats of government, and some of the most imposing buildings in the entire India.
  • Attara Kacheri houses the High Court, and its distinctive red color turns it into the best known symbol of Bengaluru. Don’t rush along, stop to visit the surrounding area, which shares the same architecture. It’s pretty much a love it or hate it type of building, but it’s definitely something you’ll want to take pictures of.
  • Bangalore Palace is a Tudor-style palace, imitating the Windsor in its tiniest details. After being shunned away for quite some time, it’s been restored and reopened to the public, with great success. It may be a copy, but it’s an impressive one nonetheless.
  • Tipu Sultan’s Palace is a delicate summer residence carved in wood. Not as big as other monuments of Bengaluru, but a must-see in its own right.
  • Basavanagudi is the place where you want to go to get a first-hand glimpse at the old Bengaluru: lots of places to eat, all reasonably priced, and various temples within walking distance – including the Bull temple, with a giant bull statue carved from a single rock, Ganesha and Karanji Anjaneya.

Don’t wait till the last minute to get your Tiger Holidays tickets, as Bengaluru is quite a popular destination these days, and you may find the last seats gone by the time you make up your mind.

Best Times to Visit Bengaluru (Bangalore)

It’s widely believed that the British favored Bengaluru as a regional capital due to its mild climate, which is much more tolerable than in other places in India. As such, you can visit pretty much anytime, although most people would recommend staying away from the monsoon season, which is June through September.

The winter (October through February) is probably the best time for tourism in Bengaluru (Bangalore). The weather is ideal for all the outdoors activities you’ll want to try, and you can safely plan day trips outside the city as well. Be warned though that sometimes the airport closes in the morning due to fog, so check before you leave the hotel.

Fog and monsoons will always be around, but there’s no better time to visit Bengaluru than right now, when it’s on a path of fast development. Book your Tiger Holidays tickets right now, and watch history in the making

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