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Bengaluru, formerly known as Bangalore, is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is the third most populous city in India. Owing to its high elevation in relation to other cities, Bengaluru is known for its pleasant climate throughout the year. Bengaluru has its roots in prehistory, and has a rich and colourful history. Modern day Bengaluru is considered the “Silicon Valley of India” owing to its contribution to the Indian Information Technology industry. Book cheap flights to Bengaluru by calling Travel Center UK today! Our team of experienced travel experts is equipped to give you the best deals on cheap flights to Bengaluru. Like many of India’s cities, Bengaluru has a strong cultural resonance about it. What set the city apart from others are its heavily modernised architecture, its cleanliness, and its pleasant climate. Visitors to the metropolis will stand in awe of its organised streets and buildings. The city of Bengaluru is served by the Bengaluru International Airport and we have teamed up with world-class airlines to ensure that you travel in safety and comfort to this exciting destination in India. Contact us today and ask us about cheap flights to Bengaluru, and whether you are on business or on holiday to Bengaluru, we have flights that match your needs. Book cheap flights to Bengaluru over the phone and get personalised service. You will also get specialised services such as finding the cheapest rates owning to price fluctuations and advice on the best time for booking.


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Check out our Top 10 attractions in Bengaluru and make sure you don't miss it

Lal Bagh

Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum

Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace

St. Mary's Basilica

Cubbon Park

This is a landmark lung area located in the heart of the city. It has an enriched history of abundant flora and fauna with significant impressive and brilliant statues of well-known personages.

ISKCON Temple Bangalore

Sri Radha Krishnachandra Temple is located in North Banglaore and is considered to be one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world. It is a beautiful cultural complex with deities of Lord Kirshna and Radha.

Bangalore Palace

An outstandingly brilliant piece of architecture is this Bangalore palace. The ground floor is filled with granite seats of blue fluorescent ceramic tiles. There is a beautiful ballroom where private parties can be held. There is also a small amusement park within the palace.

Bannerghatta National Park

Located South of Bangalore, this national park is a hilly place which is the home for the richest and natural zoological reserves. It is nearly a 25,000 acre park with Indian tigers, lions, zoological exhibits, butterfly parks and many other wonderful species.

Vidhana Soudha

This is the home of the state legislature of Karnataka. A huge impressive building which is also known as the Mysore Neo-Dravidian. This amazing piece of architecture includes elements of Dravidian and Indo-Sara scenic styles.


This is a well-visited amusement park in Bangalore. It features a range of attractions with both land and water rides which includes musical fountains, laser shows, reality shows, didance floor, rain showers and many more.

Ulsoor Lake

The Ulsoor Lake, also known as Halasuru, is in central Bangalore, close to M. G. Road. It is said that God Somesvara came to Kempe Gowda in his dream and blessed him with hidden treasure. He then built a pagoda using Dravidian architectural style, dedicated to God Somesvara. The lake was formed for harvesting rainwater and has a surface area of 125 acres. City drainage also contributed as a source of water. The lake is an interesting location for tourists, as it has boating and cruise facility to visit beautiful islands that contain various kinds of flowers, birds and insects. The Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurudwara on the edge of the Ulsoor Lake enhances the beauty and attraction for the visitors.

Govt Museum (Visvesvaraya Museum)

The Government Museum of Bangalore, an archaeological museum located on the Kasturba Gandhi Road, is considered one of the oldest museums in India. The building, originally designed by Colonel Sankey in 1876, was extended later. The museum has two exhibition floors, with eighteen galleries housing sections on sculpture, geology, natural history, art, numismatics, etc. The collections in museum are enriched by ancient coins, jewellery, sculpture, inscriptions, and artifacts including relics from Mohenjodaro, Halebid and Vijayanagar. Some prehistoric artifacts of Neolithic period found during excavation at Chandravalli adore the museum. The museum is governed by the Directorate of Archeology and Museum of Karnataka State. It is open for viewers from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except on Wednesdays.

ISKCON temple complex

The ISKCON an international society having 350 temples dedicated to Lord Krishna across the world. Among these, the temple in Bangaluru is the largest. It was inaugurated in 1977 by the President of India. Built atop a hillock, the temple offers the visitor an ethnic view of the surrounding. The architecture is a mix of neo-classical and Dravidian style, with four tall towers called gopurams. Its large prayer hall can accommodate 2,000 devotees. Roof paintings depicting the life of Krishna are unique and informative. The temple houses five incarnations of God Vishnu. Daily puja starts with mangala aarti at 4:15 a.m., followed by various other pujas and kirtans, ending with Shayana Utsava at night. The complex also houses ISKCON museum, Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, and the Dakshinakriti shop for handicrafts.

Bull Temple

Bull Temple in Bangalore, also known as "Nandi temple"or Bhoganandiswara temple. The temple is a sculptural masterpiece. It is dedicated to Nandi, the bull, which is considered as Lord Shiva's Vahana or vehicle according to Hindu mythology. The temple is situated in Bungle hill on the south of Bull Temple Road. There is a large sculpture of Bull, which is about 4.6 metres tall and 6m long. One of the distinguishing characteristics of the structure is that it has been carved out from a single rock of granite.

Someshwara Temple

Someshwara Temple in Bangalore is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was built by Kempegowda at Ulsoor. It is one of the oldest and biggest temples of Bangalore, reminding us of the rich heritage of the Chola Kingdom. The marvelous architecture of the temple with glorious Rajagopuram (tower) and Dhwajastambha (massive pillar) in the entrance of the temple attracts devotees from far off places. Presently the temple is under the supervision of Endowment Department of the Karnataka Government.

St. Mary's Church

In 1818 , St. Mary's Church was built by a French missionary, Abbe Dubois in the form of a chapel and called it 'Kaanike Mathe Devaalaya' (Our Lady of Presentation). Later it was rebuilt in 1882 to its present form. Both the interiors and the exteriors of the church are extremely ornamental. The intricate stained glass windows of the Church were imported from Paris. In the year 1973, St. Mary's Church was granted the the status of a basilica and many ceremonial privileges were granted to it. Every year on 8th of September, Virgin Mary's festival is celebrated with glory and grandeur. A procession is taken out on this eve, that attracts thousands of devotees and a chariot moves with the statue of St. Mary.

Lalbagh Botanical Gardens

Literally translated as the "Red Garden" this is one of the star attractions of the city of Bangalore, the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens are spread over a sprawling 96 hectares and is rich in a variety of flora. This park was founded by Hyder Ali in the year 1760 who commissioned it as a private retreat for himself and wanted it be along the lines of the Mughal Gardens in Delhi. Tipu Sultan, Hyder Ali's son completed this garden and named it Lalbagh due to it's profusion of red roses. The Lalbagh Gardens is popular for it's collection of rare trees, the famous Lalbagh Rock that is believed to date back to 3000 million years and a glasshouse inspired by the Crystal Palace in London. Lalbagh Gardens host bi annual flower shows, one a week preceding 26th January for Republic Day and the other a week before 15th August for Independence Day.

Bangalore Palace

If you wish to see a replica of the Windsor Castle in the middle of India, complete with Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture, granite turrets, towers and battlements then a visit to the Bangalore Palace Is a must. Spread over a rambling 430 acres the Bangalore Palace was acquired by the King Chamarajendra Wodeyar in 1873 from its original owner Reverend J Garret who was then the principal of the Bangalore Central High School. A visit to Bangalore without visiting the Bangalore Palace is surely incomplete.

Vidhana Soudha

Vidhana Soudha houses the state legislature of Karnataka, constructed in the Neo-Dravidian style of architecture this is one of Bangalore's most imposing buildings. The Vishana Soudha is known for the intricate woodwork on the insides of the building, including the Sandalwood door to the cabinet room and the speaker's chair that is made out of Rosewood from Mysore. Unfortunately the Vidhana Soudha is not open to the public, though it is beautifully floodlit on Sunday evenings.

Tipu Sultan's Palace

Tipu Sultan's Palace can be found in one of the most congested markets in Bangalore. This palace was initially built as a summer home for Tipu Sultan and was also called "The Abode of Peace". This palace is sculpted entirely out of teakwood and is known for its ornamental pillars, curved arches and balconies. Tipu Sultan's palace is known for the beautiful floral patterns on the walls and a Ganesha Temple, a testament of Tipu Sultan's religious tolerance.