Today the world over Bangalore is famed as the heart of the IT boom. As the capital of one of the richest states in India, Karnataka, the city attracts thousands of job-seekers and travellers of all hues. Encapsulating the true essence of 21st century India, Bangalore offers an eclectic marriage of both culture and globalization. Don’t come with a strict itinerary because once Bangalore grips you, it’s hard to let go.

Bangalore Tourist Information
Bangalore Must Visit Places
Head out into the vast green maze of Cubbon Park, and spend a lazy afternoon while admiring the architectural wonder of the state legislative assembly Vidhan Soudha, and Attara Kacheri which serves as the High Court. Visit Lalbagh, a paradise for lovers of peace and flowers. If history and intellect attracts you, don’t miss visiting the century-old Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Retreat, and Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum. For religious interest visit the famous Bull Temple and churches like St Mary’s Basilica.

Bangalore's Famous Cuisines
Bangalore is one of its kinds in the plethora of eating options it offers. The list is endless with extravagant buffets offered up by luxury places like Leela Palace, Oberoi’s and Windsor Manor, and the more humble and local fare served in grand old places like MTR, Vidyarthi Bhavan and numerous Darshinis you’ll find around every corner of town. Bangalore never runs dry as the pubs and cafes always welcome you with their mix of martinis and exotic coffee concoctions.

Bangalore Markets
For an adrenaline rush and evening of pure fun, one can go to swanky and cosmopolitan Koramangala or Indira Nagar. But if shopping is for you then Brigade Road and M.G.Road are a must for their multiple shopping malls and high-end showrooms. For a more traditional albeit crowded fare and atmosphere you can go to the markets of Chickpet and Jayanagar.

How To Reach Bangalore
Bangalore is accessible by air, rail and road. The International Airport is a tourist attraction on its own. The Majestic Bus terminus harbours both long-distance and city buses, and is a stone’s throw from the City Railway Station. Remember, all you have to do is arrive!
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