Bengaluru, also spelled Bengalooru, formerly Bangalore, city, capital (since 1830) of Karnataka state, southern India. Bengaluru is one of India’s largest cities. It lies 3,113 feet (949 metres) above sea level, atop an east-west ridge in the Karnataka Plateau in the southeastern part of the state, at a cultural meeting point of the Kannada-, Telugu-, and Tamil-speaking peoples.
1. Cubbon Park
Cubbon Park provides Bengalureans with a refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life right in the middle of the city. The park is home to the State Library housed in the Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Hall, a splendid red Gothic structure . It was originally created in the year 1870 by Richard Sankey, who was the Mysore’s British Dominant Engineer at that time.
2. Tipu Sultan’s Palace
With old paintings, magnificent figures, and other remarkable artworks, this palace has gained a lot of popularity in the recent decades.
3. Bangalore Palace
Bangalore palace is located within 200 kms from the city and is a great place to spend time. Originally owned by Rev. J. Garrett, the Bangalore Palace is one of the best historical places to see.
4 . National Gallery Of Modern Art
Place to see in Bangalore with friends and family is the National Gallery of Modern Art. Established in 2009, the gallery displays some of the extraordinary house paintings and modern art created by popular contemporary artists.
5. Nandi Hills
Nandi Hills is one of the perfect places near Bangalore for nature lovers. The hill station is situated 60 kilometers from the city’s center and offers a fantastic view of monolithic granite figure.
6. Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
Lal Bagh is one of the most admired botanic gardens in India. It has an unusual glass house that hosts two flower shows every year, which falls on 15 August (Independence Day) and 26 January (Republic Day).