Best Tourist Places to Visit in Bangalore

Are you looking for the best and unique and exciting avenues in Bangalore? Here’s our best pick for you if you plan a travel with your family or friends. Considering the current situation of the pandemic, make sure you follow all the safety precautions during your trip.

Tipu Sultan’s Fort

Tipu Sultan's Fort

 

Tipu Sultan’s fort is a fascinating and one amongst the popular Bangalore tourist places that represent the pure artistic talent of fine craftsmanship. Carved on French Rosewood, the fort’s structure is supported by pillars, arches, and balconies. The fort has a small museum displaying the artistic talent that prevailed in the past. However, if you are interested in historical facts and art, you must visit the house’s museums that exhibit historical carving paintings and photos from the Hydr-Tipu rule.

Timings: All day from 8.30 am – 5.30 pm

Entry Fee: INR 15 for Indians and INR 200 for foreigners

Lal Bagh Botanical Garden

Lal Bagh Botanical Garden

One of the most beautiful gardens in India – The Lal bagh botanical Garden caters you with

One thousand eight hundred species of plants, herbs, and trees spread across 240 acres. You can also explore the Glasshouse, inspired by the London Crystal Palac and the Lawn clock. If you are a nature lover, this place should be on your bucket list, and we bet you will not regret spending your time here.

Timings: Open on all days from 6 am to 7 pm.

Entry Fees: INR 20 for Adults and INR 15 for children.

Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills

Nestled at 1478m above sea levels 60 km away from Bangalore. Nanda Hills is one of the best places to visit in Bangalore. This beautiful hill station serves the best view of nature and tranquility. You can plan a one-day hike with friends or family; this place has it all. Some famous tourist attractions here include Amruth Sarovar, Tippu’s Summer Palace, and Fort, Horse Way, Palar and Arkavathi rivers’ origins, Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple Tippu Drop.

Timings: Open on all days.

Entry Fees: No entry fee.

Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park

Spread across 300 acres of land, Cubbon Park was constructed by Richard Sankey, former chief engineer of Mysore. The park’s well-maintained massive green lawn pave a beautiful walkway and is the perfect getaway spot from your hectic schedule. One can be easily amazed by the sight of lights during the evening. You can plan your day take long walks, visit the aquarium and museum and relax.

Timings: Open on all days.

Entry Fees: No entry fee.

National Gallery of Modern Art

National Gallery of Modern Art

A perfect paradise for art lovers, the National Gallery of Modern Art beholds its visitors with 500 paintings displaying some great artists’ great works. Rabindranath Tagore, Raja Ravi Verma, Amrita Shergill, Jamini Roy.

Timings: Open on all days except Friday from 9:30 am to 5 pm.

Entry Fees: 15 INR (Indians) and 250 INR (Foreigners).

Chola Temples

Chola Temples

One of the imperative rulers of South India – the Chola Dynasty, ruled Bangalore for over a CenturyCentury. One can easily find the traces of Chola dynasty temples that are 1500 years old, popular Bangalore tourist places. Some of the temples you can visit are Old Madiwala Someshwara Temple, Halasuru Someshwara Temple, Domlur Chokkanathaswamy temple and Sri Ananda Lingeshwara Temple.

Timings: Open Mon to Fri from 9 am to 5 pm.

Entry Fees: Prior permission is required to gain entry inside.

 

Shivasamundram Falls

Shivanasamudra

India’s first hydroelectric power station, Shivasamundram falls, is the best place to visit in Bangalore that you don’t want to miss. The mesmerizing view of the falls will keep you hooked for hours. Then, all you have to do is take a trek of 2km and enjoy nature.

The best time to visit the falls is between June to September as you can witness the stunning view of falls.

Timings: Open on all days. Day visit recommended.

Entry Fees: No entry fee

Vidhana Soudha

Vidhana Soudha

One of the most visible landmarks of Bangaluru city, Vidhana Soudha, is a spectacular example of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian architecture. The foundation stone was laid by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru in 1951 and was completed after six years. However, the place is not open for general people to visit due to security concerns, but you can glance at the magnificent structure of the building from the outside.

 

Timings: Open Mon to Fri from 9 am to 5 pm.

Entry Fees: Prior permission is required to gain entry inside

Bannerghatta National Park

One of the famous Bangalore tourist places, a biological and recreational centre built in the city, is a haven for wildlife lovers. The park promotes eco-tourism and the spread of wildlife conservation, with a zoo in the middle of Champakadhama hills valley inside the Bannerghatta National Park. So take a safari, and explore the beauty of nature that will surely mesmerize you.

Timings: Open on all days from 9 am to 5 pm.

Entry Fees: Safari for 260 INR (Adult Indian), 130 INR (children from 6-12 yrs), and 400 INR (foreigners from non-SAARC countries)

 

 

St. Mary’s Basilica Bengaluru

St. Mary’s Basilica Bengaluru

One of the ancient churches of Bengaluru city, St. Mary’s Church’s exciting legend associated with its two statues and the gothic architecture. Apart from this, the place also attracts many tourists across the world during its St. Mary’s Fest. Church beholds sight of every person by its magnificent structure, which was rebuilt in 1875 after the foundation in the 17th Century.

Timings: Open on all days from 10 am to 5 pm.

Entry Fees: 10 INR for Indians and 150 INR for foreigners.

What are you waiting for now that you know where you have to travel when in Banglore? Pack your bags and book your safe accommodation and head out. You can also search for cars for rent in Banglore for your hassle-free traveling on the roads.

Check the Mychoize app and get great deals on your booking.

Happy Travelling!