Until 1831, Bengaluru slumbered in the shadow of its neighbouring city Mysore. When the British took control over the local kingdom, they moved the capital to Bengaluru, upgrading its infrastructure in the process with fine colonial buildings, roads, rail connections and wonderful parks and gardens. The city was then known as Bangalore – a name still in common usage – but is now officially known as Bengaluru once again. It is the state capital of Karnataka and is still called the ‘Garden City’ because of its leafy avenues and quiet suburbs.

Top Five Attractions

Tipu Sultan Fort
Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens
Bangalore Palace
Nandi Hills
Cubbon Park

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Stands majestically amidst seven acres of lush gardens Bengaluru, India | Luxury Hotels The Leela Palace Bengaluru stands majestically amidst seven acres of lush gardens...