The first site of this ‘Silicon Valley’ of India will leave you baffled. The snarl-up on the narrow roads, the complicated routes, and the noise are a few things that will leave you wondering after all what makes this city so good. However, once you will spend some time in Bangalore it will certainly began to grow on you.
The best thing about this hi-tech city is that despite its modern infrastructure, it is never too far from the nature. For instance, The Garden City houses huge natural parks like Cubbon Park which stretches for more than 100 acres. It carries in its lap a number of trees, plants, and species. You must also visit Lalbagh, which is the home to the biggest assortment of Indian tropical plants. Then there is Bannerghatta National Park which is built over 25,000 acres of land and is certain one of the biggest attractions of the city.
The coffee here is absolutely amazing. It is not just the coffee chains like CCD that are found in every corner of the city but also the original coffee grown and brewed right in the state of Karnataka. Then there are many ancient and medieval monuments and architecture to marvel at. The city is definitely more than what meets the eye.