Private Half-Day Tour of Bangalore

Private Half-Day Tour of Bangalore
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$65
Duration: 4 hours
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Enjoy an exciting day in Bangalore with this half-day city tour of the best attractions. On this tour you will visit the Tipu Sultan Palace, the Nandhi Temple, the botanical garden of Lal Bagh, the Vidhan Soudha, the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka, a stunning piece of architecture, and lastly visit the VIT museum.

For this tour, you will get picked up at your local hotel by a driver (choose a preferred departure time in advance) and begin the tour by visiting the famous Tipu Sultan Palace, the past residence of the Mysorean ruler, Tipu Sultan, built with Indo-Islamic architecture. A guide will take you through this famous area and let you know its history and origin.
Continue with the car and tour guide to the famou Nandhi Temple (Dodda Basavana Gudi) at Bull Temple Road. This temple is located inside the Bugle Rock Park, and the name Bull originates from the Hindu Demi God, Nandi, and this temple is said to be the biggest temple in the world dedicated to Nandi. Here you can take your time to enjoy this stunning temple with its history.
Next on visit it the stunning and magical botanical garden of Lal Bagh (Red Garden) where you will have the chance to relax and enjoy the sights. Continue to explore the Vidhan Soudha structure, which is the impressive building representing the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka. Lastly, you will visit the VIT museum to enjoy more of the history and culture in this area. The VIT (Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological) museum was built in memory of Bharat Ratna Sir Visvesvaraya.
After your half-day tour, your car will take you back to the hotel.

Enjoy an exciting day in Bangalore with this half-day city tour of the best attractions. On this tour you will visit the Tipu Sultan Palace, the Nandhi Temple, the botanical garden of Lal Bagh, the Vidhan Soudha, the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka, a stunning piece of architecture, and lastly visit the VIT museum.