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Things To Do In Bangalore | Travel Guide

Here is a complete travel guide for you when you are in Bangalore. just book a self-drive caer from Myles and start exploring the given below places. Read more on given source.

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Bangalore Palace

Constructed to strike a resemblance with the Windsor Castle in England, the Bangalore Palace is the seat of the present Maharajah of Mysore and head of the royal Wodeyar dynasty. The Bangalore palace has marvelous interiors and it also serves as a stage for live concerts and events. It is the ideal place to delve into the rich history of the city.

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Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park was built in the year 1864 and is spread across an area of 300 acres. It is the abode of extraordinary flora and fauna. The place attracts both tourists and locals alike and is perfect for picnicking and enjoying a game of cricket. Within the park’s premises, there is a Public Library, the High Court, the Government Museum and the Visveswaraiah Technological & Industrial Museum.

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Government Museum and Venkatappa Art Gallery

The primary focus of the Government Museum and Venkatappa Art Gallery is on Indian sculptures, numismatic, music, and praise-worthy artworks that date back to the 4th century. The archaeological artifacts exhibitions hosted here are the museum´s highlight and an amazing experience for history and art lovers.

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Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens

The Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens serve as the botanical artwork and is an internationally renowned center of scientific studies. It has a deer park, a diverse variety of flora, and one of the largest collections of rare tropical plants. The botanical gardens were built by Sultan Hyder Ali in the year 1760 and were further expanded by his successor/son, who planted here trees from Persia, Turkey, and Mauritius. The annual flower show is the main highlight of this place and is held in the British-built glasshouse.

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Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

Constructed around the 18th century, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is a remarkable relic of Bangalore’s royal history. Originally, used as a summer retreat, the Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace now serves as a museum that offers a detailed depiction of Tipu Sultan’s life and glorious conquests. Close to the palace is the Venkataramanaswamy Temple, a 300-year-old temple, built by the Wodeyars.

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Bangalore City Center

Bangalore City Center

Once a popular regional capital, today Bangalore is a known metropolis that will surprise those coming to the city for the first time. Also known as Bengaluru, it is the capital of Karnataka and the technological hub of India. Popular as the fifth largest city in India, Bangalore is one of the fastest-growing cities in Asia. The city has many interesting buildings, high-tech industries, religious places, colorful markets, beautiful gardens, vibrant cafes, and bars. The city compensates for the lack of historical marvels with its buzzing, chilled out, and liberal atmosphere. And, the best way to explore the city is to opt for self-drive car rental Bangalore.