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Banglore City Guide

Climate In Summer : 33.4 C (Max) - 21.2 C (Min)
In winter : 25.7 C (Max) - 15.3 C (Min)
Rainy Season : June to September
Best time to visit : October to February

Bangalore City, the capital of Karnataka state, is one of Indias most charming city and Silicon Valley City. Plan and design of the city is perfect making Bangalore an attracting tourist places to visit in Bangalore. Gardens and lakes and the rich greenery surrounding the city make it a heaven. People who are seeking for higher opportunities and higher studies mainly seek the city. Aptly named "Garden City", it boasts of an amazing number of flowering trees and parks.

Tourist Places in Bangalore
There are a number of tourist places to visit in Bangalore. One of the most prominent and the most significant of the tourist attractions is the The Government Museum of Bangalore the building is a massive neo-Dravidian architecture presently functioning as the state legislative assembly. The Cubbon Park in the heart of the city, Lal Bagh and the Bangalore Palace are some of the other must see attractions of this garden city. Among the religious places, the ISKCON Temple, Shiva Statue, and the Bull Temple are worth visiting. Besides, one can also visit the Aquarium, which is the second largest in the country, as well as the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

Bull Temple - The Bull Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva's Vahana , Nandi the bull. Huge monolithic statue of the sitting bull that draws a large number of people to this place every day. One of the oldest temples in Bangalore situated in Basavanagudi and dedicated to Nandi, the mount of lord Shiva. The temple was built by Kempe Gowda in the 16th century. Flower shows, are held here every January and August, with an impressive participation.

Vidhan Sabha - Vidhan Sabha, built in the year 1954 is one of the major centres of attraction in Bangalore. This imposing edifice, built almost entirely of dressed Bangalore granite, is a tribute to temple architecture. A magnificent building of the Neo-Dravidian style, houses the State Legislature. The main entrance is overshadowed by the four-headed lion, the symbol of Indian sovereignty.

Lal-Bagh Garden - The rich and beautiful Lal Bagh Garden is a pleasant 240 acres park in the southern suburbs of Bangalore. It derives its name from the profusion of Red roses, which bloom here. It was laid out by Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan in the 18th century, Within the Gardens there is beautiful Lake It is a good picnic spot.

Whitefield - A must-see for those who revere Satya Sai Baba. Brindavana, an Ashram established by the Baba, is a tranquil place.

Nrityagram Dance Village - Nrityagram Dance Village 30 km northwest of Bangalore. It was established in the early 1990s, to revive Indian classical dance. Under the auspices of well-known Odissi dancer, Protima Gauri. The village, designed by award-winning Goan architect, Gerard Da Cunha, welcomes visitors and accommodates guests.

Cubbon Park - This beautiful Cubbon Park, is the haunt of the seeker of pleasure and tranquillity, and is highly popular with walkers, joggers and nature lovers. Complementing the natural beauty of the park. Cubbon Park is dotted with beautiful statues, flowering trees, fountains and a library its midst.

How to reach Pune Bangalore.

By Air : Daily domestic flights to and from Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Goa, Kochi, Mangalore, Pune and Thiruvananthapuram are available.

By Train : The Bangalore City Railway Station connects it with all major cities and metros of India. Out of the two railway stations of the city, the main station is well linked by daily express trains to all the major Indian cities.

By Road : By road, Bangalore is connected with National Highway to all major cities and metros like Madras, Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Goa of India. Smooth roads and good bus service connects Bangalore to and from Mysore, Hospet, Chennai and Mumbai.

Climate : Situated in the southern half on India, Bangalore covers an area of 190 square kilometers and is at 920 meters above sea level. Though the city experiences a pleasant climate throughout the year, the best time to visit Bangalore is winter. Tourists may feel a little too hot in the summers. A visit to Bangalore in winter will also chance visitors on a famous flower show held on January. Winter might be the best time to go to Bangalore but that does not mean you cannot go there any other time. The various seasons offer their own range of festivals and events to choose from. Each season with its own characters, cultures and colors give the place a flavor of its own, no matter when you go to Bangalore.

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