Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Bangalore
- Bull Temple: One of the oldest temples in Bangalore and dedicated to Nandi, the mount of lord Shiva. The massive, garlanded black and shiny Nandi dates back to 1786 and is 5mt in height and over 6 mt in length.
- Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple: A natural monolith rock formation with the cave temple carved out of it, dating back to 9th century. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The specialty of the temple is that during January every year on Makar sankranti Day (usually on 14th) the sunrays fall on the Sivalinga for one hour as it passes between the horns of the Nandi.
- Tipu Sultan's Fort & palace: 18th century fort and palace built by the famous ruler Tippu sultan
- Bangalore Palace: Itr was built in 1187 A.D. It is modeled on the lines of Windsor castle in England.
- Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park: Botanical gardens
- Bangalore Walks: The best way to experience Bangalore, through guided morning-walks along the interesting parts of the city. More details can be found at: http://www.bangalorewalks.com.
- Bannerghatta National Park:The 25,000 acre park is home to many wild animals such as elephant, leopard, sloth bear, spotted deer.
- Venkatappa Art Gallery: It has about 600 paintings on display that you can see all through the year.
- MG Road & Commercial Street: For shopping extravaganza; you can choose from an array of brand-name products as well as some traditional handicrafts.
- Vidhana Soudha: The state secretariat; it is an example of interesting architecture displaying fine blending of traditional Dravidian and modern style.
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