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India's third largest and surprisingly clean city of Bangalore offers plenty of interesting sites for visitors. Whilst not one of the most popular tourist destinations, Bangalore boasts enough attractions and activities to keep people busy for weeks!
There are many places to eat in the city, with a particularly wide availability of cheap and delicious vegetarian food. As well as trying regional specialities, you can also find other favourite dishes from India and international fare. Known as Pub City in the past, Bangalore now operates a curfew. The night scene is still, however, fun and varied.
The city offers great shopping, from bustling bazaars to slick malls. For some pampering and relaxation, Bangalore has a very strong massage and spa culture.
Places of interest include Vidhana Soudha, a legislative building, Bangalore Palace, the opulent Tipu Sultan's Palace, and the very modern Vikasa Soudha. The High Court building has attractions for children in the grounds. Bangalore is home to some very pretty lakes and natural places.
When it comes to religious buildings, Bangalore contains a varied selection of temples and churches for different faiths. You can see the giant stone bull at the Bull Temple, the ISKCON Hare Krishna Temple with its emphasis on spiritual development and great views, and the Buddhist Maha Bodhi Society Temple. The ancient Venkataramana Swamy Temple, the beautiful and impressive Shiva Temple, and Ragi Gudda, perched on a rocky hill, are also impressive. St Mary's Basilica, the cathedral, and the Holy Trinity Church are amongst the city's Christian buildings. In Mukti Naga Temple you can see the biggest statue of Lord Naga in the whole world.
Bengaluru International Airport is a major gateway to the city. There are also long distance train and bus services. Whilst it is possible to drive to the city, driving a car in India is not recommended because of the hectic and sometimes chaotic roads. Auto rickshaws are the most common way to get around the city.
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