Bangalore is a city that automatically brings a few words to a person’s mind. To an Indian, Bangalore is the city with the perfect weather. To the non- Indians, Bangalore is the IT city. But Bangalore is more than that. The city is the perfect amalgamation of all things old and new. Old buildings and 50 year old restaurants bump shoulders with brand new pubs and Hard Rock Cafes. Bangalore has a wide collection of monuments and places to see. You should also dedicate a lot of your attention to this city’s cuisine. Of course, a city that is so multi dimensional will certainly have different kinds of hotels. The hotels in this city come in many different prices and sizes. You can make your vacation last as long as you want- your accommodation is taken care of, after all!
Trips, Tours and Attractions
Bangalore is known as the “Garden City” of the country. Some of the biggest attractions in the city include Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park. They are both botanical gardens with a wide variety of flora. Lal Bagh has a rich history attributed to it as well- you don’t only get to see exotic trees, you get to see structures that have been built over a 100 years back. Cubbon Park is good for relaxation and small picnics. The Bangalore Palace and Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace should certainly be a part of your cultural tourism. The city has no lack of places for shopping or just hanging out. Brigade Road and Commercial Street are rather popular among the residents of this city for the cheap shopping and the ready availability of food and drink. Brigade Road is right next to MG Road, which is where all the popular clubs and pubs are.
Bangalore Hotels and Nightlife
Bangalore has become excessively famous for its nightlife. There is an infamous rule that causes all the clubs and restaurants to close at 11.30! You have to try the traditional Masala Dosa and Coffee. The Bisi Bele Bath (rice with spicy sauce) is worth a try.
Bangalore Hotels are of varied sizes and prices. Some of the more expensive hotels include the Lalit Ashok, Windsor Manor and the Taj. There are a lot of midrange and low-range Bangalore hotels as well- most of these are found near the railway station. Service apartments are readily available too- but these would be more expensive than some hotels.