Located around 60 kilometers from Bangalore, Nandi Hills is a popular hill station known for its beautiful sunrise and sunset views.
Situated around 90 kilometers from Bangalore, Chunchi Falls is a picturesque waterfall in a serene setting.
Approximately 130 kilometers from Bangalore, this is one of the largest waterfalls in India, formed by the River Kaveri. It's a great place for a day trip.
A historical fort that reflects the city's colonial past and Indian history.
While not in Bengaluru, it's a popular day trip destination, about 150 kilometers away, known for its grandeur and cultural.
A picturesque lake with boating and picnic facilities in the heart of the city.
Known for its massive Nandi statue, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva's vehicle, Nandi.
This park offers wildlife safaris, a zoo, and a butterfly park, making it a great place for nature enthusiasts.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness temple is a serene place of worship and reflection.
The legislative building of Karnataka, known for its Indo-Saracenic architecture, is an iconic symbol of the state government.