Things to Do in Bangalore for a 3 day

“Discovering Bangalore: A 3-Day Exploration of India’s Tech Capital”

Envision a city where innovation meets tradition, where lush green havens thrive amidst a bustling metropolis, and where every corner holds a story waiting to be unveiled. Welcome to Bangalore, India’s tech capital, where the ordinary transforms into the extraordinary.

Over the next trip, we invite you to embark on a journey that delves beneath the surface of Bangalore’s dynamic identity. Together, we’ll uncover hidden gems and reveal the city’s vibrant spirit in a way that defies expectations.

This unconventional exploration will lead you to experiences that go beyond the ordinary, inviting you to become a part of the city’s intricate tapestry.

Prepare to stroll through verdant gardens, explore the heart of technological innovation, unearth historical treasures, and savor the diverse flavors of Bangalore’s culinary landscape. The city beckons, and its secrets are yours to discover.

Day 1: Exploring the Historical and Architectural Gems

On the first day of your trip, immerse yourself in the rich history and stunning architecture of Bangalore. Here are some must-visit places:

Bangalore Palace

Start your day by visiting the magnificent Bangalore Palace. Built in the Tudor style of architecture, this palace will transport you to a different era. Explore the intricately designed interiors adorned with carved floral motifs, stained glass windows, crystal chandeliers, and paintings by renowned artist Raja Ravi Verma. Don’t miss the opportunity to admire the beautiful gardens surrounding the palace.
(Timings: 10 AM – 5.30 PM, Entry Fee: INR 230 for Indians, INR 460 for Foreigners)

St. Mary’s Basilica

Located just a few kilometers from the Bangalore Palace, St. Mary’s Basilica is one of the oldest churches in Bangalore. Built in the gothic style of architecture, this church is known for its stunning stained glass windows and serene ambiance. Attend a mass or simply take a moment to admire the architectural beauty of this historical landmark. (Timings: 9.30 AM – 5 PM, Entry Fee: Free)

Bangalore Fort

Next, head to Bangalore Fort, a historical fort that dates back to the 16th century. Although parts of the fort have been demolished over the years, the Delhi Gate and two bastions still stand as a testament to its grandeur. Take a walk along the fort’s long perimeter and admire the architectural marvels that once guarded the city.
(Timings: 8.30 AM – 6 PM, Entry Fee: INR 5 for Indians, INR 100 for Foreigners)

Day 2: Enjoying the Natural Beauty and Vibrant Culture

On the second day of your trip, immerse yourself in the natural beauty and vibrant culture of Bangalore. Here are some must-visit places:

Lal Bagh

Start your day with a visit to Lal Bagh, a 240-acre garden known for its stunning botanical treasures. Take a leisurely stroll amidst the lush greenery and marvel at the vast collection of plants and flowers. Don’t miss the iconic flower clock, the tree fossil, and the beautiful glass house inspired by the Crystal Palace in England.
(Timings: 6 AM – 7 PM, Entry Fee: INR 20)

Dodda Ganeshana Gudi (Bull Temple)

Make your way to the Bull Temple, also known as Dodda Ganeshana Gudi, which houses the largest Nandi (a bull considered the attendant of Lord Shiva) statue in the world. This 15-meter-tall monolithic statue covered with over 100 kilograms of butter is an impressive sight to behold.
(Timings: 6:00 AM – 12:30 PM, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM, Entry Fee: Free)

Government Aquarium

For an underwater adventure, visit the Government Aquarium, the second largest aquarium in India. Marvel at the diverse range of ornamental and exotic fish species on display, including Siamese Fighters, Red Tail Shark, and Goldfish.
(Timings: 10 AM – 5:30 PM, Entry Fee: INR 10)

Commercial Street

Indulge in some retail therapy on Commercial Street, one of Bangalore’s busiest markets. Explore the shops offering everything from high fashion and jewelry to electronics. Take a break at one of the many restaurants and cafes in bangalore, and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this bustling street.
(Entry Fee: Free)

Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park

End your day at the Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park, where you can witness a captivating musical dancing fountain show. The show combines fountain patterns, visual displays, music, color, and lights to create a mesmerizing experience. Take a stroll through the park’s peaceful gardens and unwind amidst nature.
(Timings: 10 AM–4 PM, 5–8:30 PM, closed on Mondays and second Tuesdays. Entry Fee: Free)

Day 3: Wildlife Safari and Spiritual Retreat

On the third day of your trip, embark on a wildlife safari and indulge in a spiritual retreat. Here are the must-visit places:

Bannerghatta National Park

Start your day by visiting Bannerghatta National Park, located just outside Bangalore. Explore the safari park, home to a wide range of animals including elephants, leopards, Bengal tigers, and peacocks. Take a guided safari tour and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. Don’t forget to visit the butterfly enclosure, India’s first butterfly park.
(Timings: 9.30 AM – 5 PM, Entry Fee: Varies)

Hulimavu Cave Temple

After your wildlife adventure, head to Hulimavu Cave Temple, a centuries-old temple nestled in a cave. Discover the fascinating story behind the temple’s discovery and marvel at the beautifully carved walls adorned with intricate carvings and murals. Take a moment to soak in the spiritual ambiance of this hidden gem.
(Timings: 6 AM – 8 PM, Entry Fee: Free)

Relax and Rejuvenate

Conclude your trip to Bangalore by spending some time at one of the city’s serene retreats. Whether you choose to stay at a luxurious banaglore hotels or unwind at a tranquil spa, take this opportunity to relax and rejuvenate before bidding farewell to the Garden City.

Conclusion

A 3-day trip to Bangalore offers a perfect blend of history, culture, nature, and spirituality. From exploring the architectural marvels of the past to immersing yourself in the vibrant culture of the present, Bangalore has something for everyone. Follow this comprehensive guide to ensure you make the most of your trip and create unforgettable memories in the Garden City.

So pack your bags, embark on an adventure, and get ready to experience the best of Bangalore and stay at Lemon Tree Bangalore Hotels.

 

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