About the city:Bangalore (now known as Bengaluru) is known as the silicon valley of India, the garden city and also the pub hub of the country. The city is full of life and you are sure to fall in love with its beautiful climate!
Airports and Railways: Bangalore has three major railway stations- Railway Recruitment Board, Bangalore City Junction and Bangalore railway station. There are two main airports in Bangalore, the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Airport which is 13 kilometres and Kempegowda International Airport in Devanahalli which is about 30 kilometres away from Bangalore City Railway Station.
Hotels and Restaurants: In the heart of the business region, The Oberoi Hotel on MG road, has the best facilities and cuisines from around the world. If you are looking for a royal stay then The Leela Palace is a good choice. Kempegowda International Airport is 5-10 kms away from other 5-star hotels like Shilton Residence and Hotel Royal Orchid.
For the best Italian, Lebanese, Mediterranean, Moroccan, and Turkish food don’t forget to stop at Feva-The Mediterranean Restaurant on Vittal Mallya Road. Also grab a bite of some of the best vegetarian dishes from Om Pure Vegetarian Restaurant, Carrots Restaurant and Konark Vegetarian Restaurant.
Markets: From the beautiful handicraft at Residency road to different stores on the MG road, Bangalore has all kinds of markets for you to shop till you drop. Some other markets that one must visit when in Bangalore are Marathahalli and Brigade road for its branded showrooms.
City Transportation: One of the biggest joys of visiting Bangalore is its well-connected and safe roads. Auto-rickshaws are the easiest way to travel around the city as they are available at all hours of the day. There is a well-connected bus network, which makes travelling by bus the cheapest way to get about the city.
Must-See Places: The major tourist attractions include the Bangalore palace which bears striking resemblance to England’s Windsor Castle and Lal Bagh which has preserved some of the rarest species of flora and fauna and also houses a lake and a glasshouse. Tipu Sultan Palace, Cubbon Park and Bannerghatta National Park are also worth a visit when in Bangalore.
Climate of Bangalore: Bangalore has a moderate climate throughout the year and you are sure to fall in love with its beautiful weather. During the months of June-September the city enjoys heavy rainfall. During the months of September through February, the weather becomes even more pleasant with the slight chill of winters.