A solo trip to Bengaluru!

Bengaluru, earlier called ‘Bangalore’ is the capital of the state of Karnataka. It is popularly known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ because of being the technological hub of the country. Another term by which this city is referred is ‘the Garden City of India’ due to famous parks like Cubbon Park and Lal Bagh. It is a fast growing metropolis and the third most populous city in India. It boasts of being home to major educational institutions and the Kannada Film Industry. One of the most fascinating things about this city is its perennial pleasant weather making it the ideal destination to visit all year round.

Bengaluru has a rich culture and history to its credit. It consists of many architectural marvels, Mayo Hall being one fine example. Others include the beautiful Bull Temple, the Bangalore fort, the Bangalore Palace, and Lal Bagh which is famed for its annual flower show. The well renowned museums and art galleries of Bengaluru draw art lovers from all across the world to the town. There arehotels in Bengaluru with excellent services ensuring guests a comfortable and memorable stay.

Though an urban city, there are places in Bengaluru which provide the best of nature. If you are looking for quiet, Nandi Hills is the place to be. Madhugiri Fort Trek, Skandagiri and Antaragange are perfect places to go to if you are in for an adrenaline rush. From trekking to camping to rafting they have it all.

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The city is a haven for food lovers. It is the perfect place to indulge in sumptuous South Indian delights. Bengaluru offers its visitors a multiple array of dishes to choose from. Following are some of the eating joints of Bangalore that promise to please your taste buds.

Davangere Benna Masala Dosa– as the name suggests, this place is a favourite among locals and tourists alike for their special Benna Masala Dosa. Located near East Anjaneya Street this restaurant is just as famous for its butter idlis and paddu. Affordable and comfortable, it is the perfect example of value-for-money.

Thindi Beedhi– not just one restaurant but a street full of them sounds like a food paradise and this is what Thindi Beedhi is. It is the best place to visit in Bengaluru to get a taste of its traditional foods. This food street is located near W Puram and is especially famous for its badam milk.

Other famous and pocket friendly food joints of Bengaluru include Vidyarthi Bhawan and Indian Coffee House. While the former’s speciality is Rava Vadai the latter serves the best coffee in town. Hari super sandwich and Raasta café are famous for their finger licking snacks.

From stunning destinations to the best hotels, this city has everything required for an unforgettable travel experience.


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