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Visit the palace of the Maharaja built in 1911-12. The palace is a harmonious synthesis of the Hindu and Saracenic styles of architecture with archways, domes, turrets, colonnades and sculptures which are magnificent. Visit the Art Gallery, drive upto Chamundi hill to see Chamundeshwari Temple and have a panoramic view of Mysore from the top of the hill. On way back, see the Nandi Bull and Srirangapatnam - a historic island cradled by two branches of the Cauvery river.

The magnificent Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple inside the port is an ancient temple of exquisite beauty dating back to the 15th century. From 1610 to 1799 A.D., it was the capital of several Mysore kings like Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan. Also inside the fortress wall there is a mosque which is worth visiting.

desde 64,17 €

Full day excursion to Sravanabelagola, Belur and Halebid. At Sravanabelagola, hewn out of a single rock and visible from a distance of 25 Kms, is the statue of Lord Gomteshwara which is bathed with milk and honey once every 12 years. The Channekeshava temple of Belur built 900 years ago is an exquisite example of Hoysala art. Halebid's 12th century Hoysaleswara and Kedareswara temples are masterpieces of Hindu art with elaborate and ornate carving of deites and scenes from the epics.

desde 54,38 €

Full day excursion to Lepakshi, an important place of worship. The place has an irresistible attraction to the tourist because of its fine architecture and paintings found in the temples here. Unlike most of the South Indian temples, the temple does not have a prominent Vimana on the Sanctum but it has many Vimana-like structures on top of the temple, indicating several cells of gods housed in the temple.

desde 50,03 €

River Cauvery is a large river which meanders through the woody landscape of the forests of Karnataka. Perched on the banks of this river are the Cauvery Fishing and Nature Camps, now known as home to the great Mahseer - the most challenging and the largest tropical sporting river fish known to man.

desde 128,34 €

Bannerghatta National Park is situated at a distance of approximately 21 km from the Bangalore the national park is well renowned for its lion and tiger safari. The other attractions of Bannerghatta National Park include its crocodile and snake farm. Established in the year 1971 it spreads over an area of 104 sq. km. Also admired as one of the famous picnic spots near Bangalore, Bannerghatta National Park houses bisons, lions, elephants, panthers, etc. The flora of the conservatory includes plants and shrubs that attract butterflies. Also visit the museum displaying numerous diorama.

desde 92,45 €

The museum has a rare collection of archaeological and geological artifacts including old jewellery, sculpture, coins and inscriptions. With 70 paintings, 84 sculptures, and hundreds of other artifacts the museum also has sculpture from the Hoysala, Gandhara and Nolamba periods. Among the major attraction here is the model of Srirangapatna, the fort of Tipu Sultan.

desde 20,67 €

Malleswaram boasts of many temples, but none is so shrouded in controversy and mystery as this one is. The ancient nandeeshwara temple at malleswaram 17th cross was discovered only three years ago, but it has stood for 7,000 years on that spot. Being buried over the years hasn't diminished its aura at all. This underground temple was enclosed within a stone cut courtyard supported by ancient stone pillars. At the far end of the courtyard, a Nandi carved out of a black stone with eyes painted in gold, has water stream flowing from its mouth directly on to the shivalinga made out of the same black stone at a lower level. The source of water, the sculptor and even the time when it was built is still a mystery.

One of the most important offerings in this temple is the 'thulabharam.' In the Thulabaram ritual, a devotee sits on a pan of a weighing balance and the other pan is filled with materials greater than the weight of the devotee. Devotees usually offer sugar, jaggery, tulsi leaves, banana, gold, coins. This is mostly performed with newborn babies or children.

desde 20,67 €

Russell Market is a famous shopping market in Shivajinagar, Bangalore. Started in 1927, named after the name of Mr. T. B. Russell (the then municipal commissioner) it is one of the oldest structured markets in the city. Highlight of this market is the planned corridor, a central courtyard and a central tower with sections for vegetables, fruit, meat and poultry. The current market stands exactly on the same spot as the old Cantonment or New Market. This part of Bangalore largely has remained unchanged, and you can experience the old-charm of a marketplace.

desde 20,67 €

Electronics City is the center of the Silicon Valley of India and IT Park - Bangalore is home to numerous IT Tech parks that house global and regional players in the Information Technology product and services industry.

Some of these include : Electronics City Phase I & II, ITPL, EPIP, Embassy Golf Links Domlur, Bagmane Tech Park, Manyata Tech Park, Global Village Tech Park, ITC Infotech Park, Kalyani Magnum Tech Park, RMZ Ecospace Tech Park, Prestige Tech Park, Salarpuria Tech Park, Brigade Tech Park, Vrindavan Tech park, RMZ Ecoworld and Whitefield RMZ Centennial. In this tour you shall drive-past the IT companies and witness the impressive designs of the buildings and offices.

desde 20,67 €

Guru Nanak Deo Ji, the Sikh guru, was the first Sikh to visit Bengaluru. On his way back from Sri Lanka he halted at Bangalore. It is first Sikh Gurudwara and the largest in Bangalore built in an elegant and white structure opened to all on April 13, 1946.

It has been renovated recently with marble floors. The large prayer hall accommodates about 500 devotees at a time. Special prayers are offered every Sunday. The temple wears a colorful look as special prayers are offered and more than a thousand people from all religions come here to worship. The Sri Guru Singh Sabha which manages the Gurudwara also runs a school and a medical centre.

The famous Ulsoor Lake is a pretty picnic spot is on the northeastern fringe of the city centre. It is a major tourist attraction with a boat club where you can hire out cruises with stops at some of the tiny islands that dot the lake. Attached to the lake is a park with a lot of shade and greenery, frequented by localites and some tourists as well.

desde 20,67 €

Lumbini Park is a Splashy Getaway for Unlimited Fun & Excitement. One of its kind Water-Front Leisure & Eco-friendly Boating Park, The Lumbini Park, stretches over 1.5 kms along the Nagavara Lake. Unique in its concept, this absolute family entertainment park holds a capacity to entertain a crowd of over 5,000 visitors per day. A Wave pool, provision for parties & get-togethers cater to the tasteful and enthusiastic public.

desde 20,67 €

The Lal Bagh botanical garden covers a very large area with different subtropical plants, artificial lakes, etc. There are some wild monkeys, squirrels and other animals as well. A very nice place if you like nature. You can relax on the benches which is refreshing. The Park also has the Glass House, inspired by the Crystal Palace in London and hosts the colorful Flower show during August.

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Bangalore has some very old and well known places that serve delicious Biryani. The search for the perfect dish takes you through the lanes of the busiest neighbourhoods in Bangalore Cantonment, Frazer Town. Known for its linguistic and ethnic diversity, many thoroughfares are lined with eateries and stores that offer a veritable mix of the old and the new. Unearth delightful snippets of local history as you taste sumptuous preparations from long standing establishments in this potpourri of cultures. Continue to Basavanagudi famous for its religious and cultural diversity, writers, thinkers and its numerous eateries that are traditionally South Indian. Offering delicious snacks, meals and other delicacies at affordable rates, each of these places is an institution in itself.

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Modern Bangalore (Bengaluru) was founded by Kempegowda, a medieval chieftain, in the great Vijayanagara Kingdom. How was the city back then? What kind of people lived?  How did it transform from a small medieval town to this big bustling metropolis?

Join us on a unique walk around the 'pettah' area of Bangalore and learn more about this fort city built by Kempegowda. Explore parts of the city you have never been to before, learn about the city history that might shatter some of the myths that we usually associate it with.

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Cathedral Walk along the St John’s Church road is an important tour through the centuries old Cathedrals. The architecture is highly admired and one can peek into pieces of Cantonment history that are engraved in their precincts. Benson Town, Cox Town, Fraser Town in the East Bangalore have been home to the English settlements that revolved around the Bangalore Cantonment.

The nucleus of these towns have been the many Cathedrals, Basilicas, ancient Chapels and Churches known for their varied architectural styles, elaborate carvings, colonial facades and domes. This walk will soak in the old world charm of Richards Town, a quaint neighborhood in east Bangalore. Catch a breath of fresh air and some snippets of local history in the verdant Richards Park and see a few pretty yesteryear villas and local churches. We'll share intriguing stories about the Garden City and its Cantonment while enjoying the idyllic settings of a Paulogy, a unique gallery that takes viewers back to Bangalore of the 70s.

desde 20,67 €