Bangalore is one of India’s most well-known and lively metropolitan cities. Popularly known as India’s Silicon Valley, the city boasts of some of the best start-ups in the country. It also has an abundance of job opportunities and some of the best educational institutes. This is why Bangalore has a huge influx of young professionals and students every year. To cater to these youngsters, your-space PGs in Bangalore offer a comfortable, secure, and affordable stay. From our hostels in Yelahanka to PGs in Yeshwantpur Acharya, our student accommodation offers a homely feeling.
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The city is also well-known for its plethora of gorgeous botanical gardens, freshly brewed beer, pub culture, historical temples, delectable food, and amazing weather.
Here are a few attractions that your need to tick off your list when you visit this city:
The Innovative Film City in Bengaluru, located 40 kilometres outside the city, is an Indian movie theme park. It is sprawled over 58 acres and offers numerous fun-filled experiences, deeming it one of the most common tourist attractions in the city. Film City is an ultimate fun-filled attraction with something to offer for everyone – you can explore, walk around, eat, shop, and just chill out. The Innovative Attractions section has all the thrill-inducing amusement park rides and museums; the Innovative Studio flaunts the glamorous world of movies, and the Innovative Style section offers an array of feasting and shopping opportunities. Kids and adults love this place alike.
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The Bangalore Palace has been regarded as one of the most fabulous palaces built in India. It was constructed in the 19th century by Chamaraja Wodeyar in the Tudor style and is inspired by Windsor Castle in England. It is bound to leave you awestruck with its towers, vintage furniture, intricate wood carvings, and numerous other iconic elements. It is surrounded by 430 acres of enthralling gardens and has witnessed the concerts of some of the most legacy bands, such as Metallica and Iron Maiden. The graceful interiors give you a glimpse into the magnificent lives of the royals.
The Jaanapada Loka was established to flaunt Karnataka’s rich culture and unique folk art. It was ideated by H. L. Nage Gowda who was a folklorist and civil servant and made this lifetime goal come to life in 1979. The idea of the museum was to promote, conserve, propagate, and document the state’s folk traditions. Janapada Loka is constructed over an expansive 15 acres of land on the Bangalore-Mysore Highway and has a village-like ambience and lush green vegetation.
Commercial Street in Bangalore’s Central Business District, houses a diverse range of brand outlets and small shops that sell a wide variety of items. This is one of the first places you will be introduced to by the locals if you are new to the city. It’s a one-stop-shop for all your weekend entertainment and shopping needs. As you can tell, this is one of the most frequented and popular shopping places in the city. This is a shopaholic’s paradise as this place is always buzzing with activity and recreation. Try and go to this place at odd hours if you don’t want to get caught in a frenzy.
The list of Bangalore’s attractions remains incomplete without mentioning this iconic place. Cubbon Park will always top the list, no matter how many attractions this city boasts of. The Chief Engineer of Mysore, Richard Sankey, built this expansive park spanning 300 acres and boasts of some of the most exotic flora and fauna. It also touts some legacy buildings, such as the Doll Museum, Government Museum, and Cheshire Dyer Memorial Hall.
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Nandi Hills, located at a distance of 60 kilometres from the city, definitely makes the cut to the top attractions of the city. If sunsets excite you, a trip to Nandi hills is a must. This weekend, head out in the wee hours with your roommates and PG mates and visit this paradise. If you like nature and are floored by pristine nature, these lovely trails and stunning bends won’t disappoint.
In the heart of the city, the stunning Ulsoor Lake is spread over a whopping 125 acres near M.G. Road. This place is frequented by tourists and locals and boasts of a great walking track around the lake and boating facilities. It is open six days a week from 5 AM to 7.30 PM. Wednesdays, this place remains closed.