Bangalore is a favorite with tourists visiting South India. There are number of Bangalore Tourist Attractions. Bangalore is known as the city of gardens as it is replete with many famous gardens and parks. Secondly Bangalore has become a global city because of its IT industry. It is known as Silicon Valley of India.
Tourist attractions of Bangalore range from gardens to palaces to museums, from historical era to modern era buildings, which are worth seeing.
- Vidhan Soudha:- the state secretariat is an example of modern architecture displaying fine blending of traditional Dravidian and modern style.
- Cubbon Park :- 120 hectare park near Vidhan Soudha
- Lal Bagh:- Botanical Gardens houses many exotic plants varities. It holds number of flower shows.
- Tipu Sultan's Fort & palace :- is a major tourist attraction in Bangalore. Haider Ali started construction of this palace, which was completed by Tipu Sultan. It distill displays Mughal lifestyle.
One big tourist attraction of Bangalore is the ISKCON temple. It is a classic example of Dravidian and modern architecture.
Museums :- Government museum of Bangalore and Visvesvaraya Technological and Industrial Museum are must-see tourist attractions of Bangalore.
Some Bangalore Tourist Attractions are for people have religious interest likeThe Venkataramanaswamy Temple, the Gavi Gangadhareswara cave temple, and the Someshwara Temple, very important temples of this city.
One great tourist attraction in Bangalore, which is good picnic spot, is The Ulsoor Lake on the northeastern edge of the city. The 16th-century, Dravidian-styled temple dedicated to Nandi the Bull is also a tourist attraction in Bangalore, which is also an important place of worship.