Bangalore Palace

Bangalore palace, built by King Chamaraja Wadiyar is aroyal monument that promulgate the pride and royalty of wadiyar dynasty.  The time spent in the palace, that is builtbased on British architecture will tell you the rich culture and heritage ofthis old South Indian kingdom.

Nandi Hills

Nandi hills,the scenic attraction is located in the outers of Bangalore at a distance of 60KM. This tranquil heaven for natural lovers, located away from the city buzz,is an obvious relaxation spot. Tippu Sultan had his summer camps in the hills,the monuments of which are still preserved here. Situated at an altitude of4800 meters, the view from the top of the hill is mind-blowing and is anindelible experience.

Bannerghatta National Park

This national park, located in the outskirts of the city,is a blend of eco tourism and conservation. The attractions include zoo safari,snake park, museum and butterfly park.  Anumber of wildlife species are assorted and protected here and let to wander oftheir own in a man-made forest atmosphere.

Cubbon Park

Cubbon park,located in the heart of the city is a vault of varieties of flora and fauna. Itis a lush green, tranquil chill out spot is a quick escape from  buzzing busy city life. Other attractions include bamboo grove, the lotus pondand dancing fountain

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

The very famous botanical garden across all over India,the Lalbagh garden is situated in the middle of the city is a must watch inBengaluru. The glass house inside this garden hosts two flower shows annually.The abundant collection of plants along with a lake in the middle make this anawesome picnic spot.

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

The well equipped planetarium, located in the centre ofthe city, is the major attraction for science enthusiasts. Maintained byBangalore Association for Science Education, this establishment has all thepotential to provide detailed astrological knowledge about the earth and space