Bangalore is known as the “Garden City of India” because of its abundant greenery and the presence of many public parks. The third most populous city in India, Bangalore is well known as a major hub of information technology and as the home of the Kannada film industry. It has a very active and vibrant theatre culture as well as a varied mix of cuisines including South Indian, North Indian, Chinese and Western. Bangaloreans deem eating out as an intrinsic part of their culture and roadside vendors, tea stalls and fast food restaurants are all very popular in the city. below is given famous tourist places to visit in Bangalore.

Famous Tourist Places to visit in Bangalore

Bangalore Palace: Constructed over a period of 82 years from 1862 to 1944, this palace was built to look like a smaller replica of the Windsor Castle in England. The palace was constructed   in Tudor style architecture with equipped towers, battlements and turrets.

Dodda Basavana Gudi: Also known as the Bull Temple for the sacred Hindu demi-god named Nandi, this popular site is said to be the largest temple devoted to Nandi in the world. Nandi is a close devotee and attendant of Shiva and the stone image of the bull is continually covered with new layers of butter placed upon the figure by numerous devotees.

Sri Radha Krishna-Chandra Mandir: This site is also known as the ISKCON Temple, an acronym for the International Society of Krishna Consciousness, a group of followers with spiritual sites in 80 countries worldwide including 121 in India. The lavishly decorated temple hosts a bold mix of contemporary and traditional styles and is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world.

Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens: Also known simply as LalBagh, meaning “The Red Garden”, this elegant botanical garden houses India’s largest collection of tropical plants. Modeled after the Mughal style of garden, it has an aquarium, a lake and an immense glass house, inside of which grow numerous selections of beautiful plants and flowers. The garden has over 1,000 species of flora for visitors to enjoy, including some rare species of plants brought from Persia, Afghanistan and France.

Cubbon Park: The is open for public in the year of 1870, it big central park as of now covers more than three hundred fifty acres , a rich history of abundant flora and fauna plantations joined with numerous imposing and aesthetically situated buildings. The landscaping in the park creatively integrates natural rock outcrops with thickets of trees, massive shoots of bamboo, grassy expanses and colorful flowerbeds, all of which allow guests to stroll amid the peaceful surroundings as a respite from the busy city.