Bangalore with its perpetual charm displays its plethora of attractions in the form of its exquisite gardens, antique buildings, temples and colorful markets. The extravagant Tipu Sultan Palace and the ruins of the Bangalore fort are some of the best places to visit in Bangalore. Bangalore is an ultra-modern city, but it follows a strong religious tradition. Christened as the Garden City, it is famous for its parks, and the most impressive ones are the botanical gardens of Lal Bagh.
A carbon copy of Windsor Castle in England, it is the seat of the Maharajah of Mysore, the head of the royal Wodeyar dynasty. Opulence interior and fascinating venue, it has a rich history.
Spread across the area of 300 acres, it displays an extraordinary selection of flora and fauna. Exemplary for a leisurely stroll, the park encloses many prominent edifices.
A seat of the state legislature of Karnataka, it is one of India’s finest pieces of architecture. Built with the neo-Dravidian granite style it is the perfect blend of the pattern from across India.
Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens
A notable Bangalore Tourist Attraction it contains a diverse variety of flora that features largest collections of rare tropical plants within whole India.
Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace
The summer palace is an elaborately festooned remnant of Bangalore’s royal past Tipu Sultan, which now is converted into a museum. It is a repository, showcasing the testimony of Tipu's struggle against the British Raj in India.