Founded in 1537 by a local ruler, Kempe Gowda, Bangalore has
been on the path of rapid industrialisation and has been dubbed
as ‘Garden City’ and ‘Silicon Valley of India’. It
is unique in every respect and has no other city like it in
India. The city of future, Bangalore symbolises India’s transition
from a developing nation to the hub of Information Technology.
Bangalore has its share of monuments, temples, dramas, exhibitions
and culture. There is always something ‘happening’ in the city.
Bangalore offers more than one or two days of sight seeing and
is dotted with parks, lakes and landmarks.
cell in the table below lists places of interest in and around
Bangalore, which can be visited in a day depending on the time
spent at each place.The places in each cell are categorised on
the basis of location and are close to each other. Click on
the places in the table to find out more about them.