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Bangalore City Local Sightseeing Day Tour 10 Hour

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Trip Overview

Discover Bangalore’s famous gardens, magnificent architecture, and historic monuments on this private 10-hour Bangalore city tour.


Highlights

  • Explore the popular attractions of the city of Bangalore.
  • Visit Bangalore Palace, built in Tudor Revival-style architecture with fortified towers, battlements, and turrets.
  • Step back into history with a visit to Tipu's Summer Palace. He was one of the few South Indian kings to provide stiff resistance to British imperialism.


Bangalore City Local Sightseeing Day Tour Overview

  • Enjoy a Bangalore day tour and explore Bangalore's major attractions. Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) is the capital of India's southern Karnataka state. The centre of India's high-tech industry, the city is also known for its parks, hills, and nightlife. Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha, is a Neo-Dravidian legislative building. Former royal residences include 19th-century Bangalore Palace, modelled after England’s Windsor Castle, and Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, an 18th-century teak structure. In this tour, you will be visiting the most important places in Bangalore, including the Bangalore Palace, ISKCON Temple, Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha, and many more attractions.


Bangalore City Local Sightseeing Day Tour Suggested Itinerary

The driver will pick you up from the hotel or residence as per the selected time slot (available during booking).

  1. Lalbagh Botanical Garden: A historic botanical garden featuring a diverse collection of plants, towering trees, and serene pathways, centered around the iconic Lalbagh Rock.
  2. Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace: An exquisite example of Indo-Islamic architecture, this palace showcases the opulent lifestyle of Tipu Sultan, with intricately carved arches, floral motifs, and elegant balconies.
  3. Bull Temple (Dodda Basavana Gudi): an ancient temple dedicated to Nandi, the sacred bull of Lord Shiva, housing a massive monolithic Nandi statue carved from a single granite rock.
  4. ISKCON Temple Bangalore: A majestic temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, offering a serene atmosphere for devotees and visitors with beautiful architecture, deity worship, and cultural programs.
  5. Cubbon Park is a sprawling green oasis in the heart of the city, known for its lush landscapes, tranquil lakes, and scenic walking trails, providing a peaceful retreat from urban life.
  6. Bangalore Palace: A magnificent Tudor-style palace reminiscent of England's Windsor Castle, featuring majestic interiors, antique furniture, and sprawling gardens, offers a glimpse into Bangalore's royal heritage.
  7. Ulsoor Lake is one of Bangalore's oldest and largest lakes, offering boating facilities, lakeside promenades, and scenic views, making it a popular spot for leisure and relaxation.
  8. Commercial Street: A bustling shopping destination with a vibrant atmosphere, offering a diverse array of clothing stores, boutiques, street vendors, and bustling crowds.
  9. MG Road is a bustling thoroughfare lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes, serving as a popular shopping and dining hub in Bangalore with a lively ambiance day and night.
  10. UB City is a luxurious shopping and dining complex housing high-end retail outlets, gourmet restaurants, art galleries, and entertainment options catering to discerning tastes.
  11. The National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) is a prestigious art institution showcasing a rich collection of modern and contemporary Indian art, including paintings, sculptures, and installations, providing insights into India's artistic heritage.
  12. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium: An educational center offering fascinating sky-theatre shows, exhibits, and programs about astronomy and space science, inspiring curiosity about the cosmos.
  13. HAL Aerospace Museum: A captivating museum showcasing the evolution of India's aerospace industry, with aircraft models, engines, and exhibits highlighting the country's technological advancements in aviation.
  14. Chinnaswamy Stadium: An iconic cricket stadium hosting international and domestic matches, with a vibrant atmosphere and enthusiastic crowds cheering for their favorite teams.
  15. Vidhana Soudha is the majestic seat of the Karnataka state legislature, characterized by its impressive neo-Dravidian architecture and illuminated facade, symbolizing the state's governance and democracy.
  16. Sankey Tank: A serene water tank surrounded by lush greenery, offering a tranquil retreat for picnics, jogging, and birdwatching amidst the urban landscape of Bangalore.
  17. St. Mary's Basilica is one of Bangalore's oldest churches, renowned for its Gothic-style architecture, stunning stained glass windows, and religious significance, attracting visitors and devotees alike.
  18. Bangalore Fort: A historic landmark dating back to the 16th century, with remnants of its past glory and architectural heritage, provides insights into Bangalore's rich history and cultural heritage.


Please note

  1. This is not a guided tour; the driver will not be the guide for the tour.
  2. This is a local city tour; hence, the vehicle cannot be used for any outstation tour.
  3. Traffic in Bangalore can be unpredictable, so starting early is suggested to make the most of your day.

Famous Temples to Visit: Bangalore City Local Sightseeing Day Tour

  1. Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple: Situated in Gavipuram, this cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is known for its unique architecture and annual phenomenon called "Surya Majjan," where the sun's rays pass through the temple's pillars to illuminate the deity.
  2. Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple: Located in Jayanagar, this temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is built atop a hillock and is known for its peaceful ambiance and the annual Hanuman Jayanti celebrations.
  3. Chokkanathaswamy Temple (Domlur Temple): An ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, located in Domlur, is known for its beautiful Dravidian architecture and intricate carvings.
  4. Banashankari Temple: Dedicated to the goddess Banashankari, an incarnation of Goddess Parvati, this temple in Banashankari is famous for its vibrant festivals and rituals.
  5. Kote Venkataramana Temple: Situated in the bustling market area of Bangalore, this temple dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara (a form of Lord Vishnu) is known for its intricate architecture and religious significance.
  6. Kadu Malleshwara Temple: An ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in Malleswaram, is known for its unique reclining idol of Lord Shiva.
  7. Dodda Ganesha Temple: Located in Basavanagudi, this temple is famous for its large Ganesha idol carved out of a single rock, attracting devotees and visitors throughout the year.
  8. Kempfort Shiva Temple (Shiva Temple HAL Airport Road): This temple is renowned for its massive 65-foot-tall Lord Shiva statue, which is one of the tallest in the world, providing a serene place for devotees and visitors.

Basic Details

Start Point
Bangalore Hotel/Residence
Finish Point
Bangalore Hotel/Residence
Start time
6:00 am 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:00 am See more
Category
Tours & SightseeingFamily-friendlyCultural & Theme Tours
Trip Code
O885A2304

Inclusions

  • All Sightseeing is done in a private air-conditioned (AC) vehicle.
  • Meal for the driver.
  • Vehicle and fuel charges.
  • Tour as per the itinerary.
  • 10 hours 100 Km of usage (extra hourly charges will be applicable after the limit; please refer to the Important Information Section for details).

Exclusions

  • Monument entrance charges
  • Parking & Toll charges
  • Any meals or beverages
  • Anything not specified in the inclusions above
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Important Information

  • This is not a guided tour.
  • The driver will know the local language; an English-speaking driver can be requested during the booking in the "Special Request" section, though the same cannot be promised.
  • This is a fixed itinerary tour; the guests may choose to skip any of the places, but no new place can be added to the itinerary.
  • Pick-up and drop-off have to be in the same location
  • Airport pick-up and drop is available at an additional cost (select add-on while booking).
  • Sedans (4-seater) models provided are Suzuki Dzire, Toyota Etios or similar
  • SUV (6-seater) models provided are Toyota Innova, Mahindra Xylo, Suzuki Ertiga or similar
  • A night charge of Rs. 300 is applicable if the cab service is used beyond 10:00 pm
  • The tour has a time limit of 10 hours and 100 Km
  • After 10 hours, additional per-hour charges are applicable (to be paid directly to the driver in cash):
    • For Sedan (4-seater), Rs 150 per hour 
    • For SUV (6-seater), Rs. 250 per hour

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund if cancelled before* 3 days
  • No refund after that

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₹ 450/vehicle
Pick up from Bangalore outskirts
Kengeri, Bannerghatta road, Kanakpura Road, Hoodi, Varthur & Electronic City are considered as outskirts

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Manjari

12 Jun 2019

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