Local Sightseeing package

One day Bangalore Local Sightseeing

Bengaluru, which has a mild climate all year, is home to both traditional and modern culture and lifestyles. People enjoy the bustling cafes, crowded entertainment stations, and magnificent markets. The metropolis of the Indian state of Karnataka is Bangalore. The area is referred to as “India’s Garden Metropolis.” One of the most significant tourism destinations in the state of Karnataka is Bengaluru. The areas of Bengaluru’s central commercial district include MG Road, Brigade Road, Commercial Street, Vidhana Soudha, etc. Parks and waterways abound in Bengaluru. Bangalore, which has a great environment, is already a haven for retirees. It is understandable why people prefer to settle permanently in this area given the well-maintained residential areas, wide roadways with mature trees on either side, and excellent shopping centres.

Package Price for 1 Day Bangalore Local Sightseeing by Cab

Etios / Dzire
4 Seater / SedanRs. 2,999/-
Innova / Xylo
7 Seater / SUVRs.3,799/-
Tempo Traveller (A/C)
12 Seater / Mini BusRs.4,999/-
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness, also known as the Hare Krishna Movement, was founded to promote Bhakti yoga and has built an elegant temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. The ISKCON temple is a spiritual haven that was inaugurated by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the then-President of India. Vidhana Soudha is a must-see attraction for any visitor to Bangalore. The Vishweshwaraiah Technological Museum, which houses a collection of industrial products and engines, is another treasured location.Bengaluru, also known as the Garden City, has a variety of exciting attractions, including museums, gardens, magnificent monuments, and large shopping malls. Explore the city’s breathtaking sights with our one-day Bangalore local sightseeing tour by private cab. It takes you to the most important locations for a memorable trip.
Immerse yourself Bangalore’s attractions through our thoughtfully curated local sightseeing packages trip. An unforgettable exploration of the city’s cultural heritage, architectural wonders, and vibrant neighborhoods. With our Bangalore local sightseeing packages, you can experience the best of the city’s offerings all in one convenient itinerary. Whether you’re interested in historical landmarks, bustling markets, or serene gardens, our packages ensure you don’t miss out on any of the local highlights.
Discover the heart of Bangalore with our exclusive local tour packages designed to make the most of your one-day visit. From the moment you step into our car, you’ll be transported into a world of captivating sights and sounds. Our Bangalore local one-day trip package options cater to various interests, ensuring you get a taste of the city’s diverse offerings. Explore iconic landmarks, indulge in shopping at local markets, and savor the flavors of Bangalore’s cuisine. Whether you’re a solo traveler, a couple seeking a memorable day out, or a family eager to explore together, our one-day Bangalore sightseeing packages promise an enriching and enjoyable experience.

One Day Bangalore Local Trip Highlights

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Bengaluru Local Sightseeing Tour Package Itinerary for One Day

SNoSightseeing PlaceRecommended Duration
1ISKCON Temple30 Minutes
2Lalbagh Botanical Garden30 Minutes
3Tippu’s Palace30 Minutes
4Bull Temple30 Minutes
5Cubbon Park30 Minutes
6Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium40 Minutes
7Vidhana Soudha30 Minutes
8Venkatappa Art Gallery30 Minutes
9Vishweshwaraiah Technological Museum40 Minutes

PLEASE NOTE: Guests can visit all of the Bangalore tourism attractions listed above, or they can skip any of them. Any other sightseeing location not listed above is normally not permitted. While booking this Bengaluru local sightseeing tour by private car, guests should check with their cab provider to see if any exceptions are possible.

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One Day Bangalore City Sightseeing Tour

Bangalore has a diverse range of attractions, including intriguing palaces, beautiful gardens, imposing museums, and significant monuments. Join us on our one-day enticing Bangalore local sightseeing tour, which takes you to the city’s main attractions.
Begin your one-day Bangalore sightseeing tour with a visit to the revered ISKCON Temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. Take a leisurely stroll through the Lalbagh Botanical Garden before continuing on to Tippu’s Palace.
After paying your respects at the Bull Temple, proceed to Cubbon Park. The tour is enhanced by visits to the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium and the Vidhana Soudha.

At the Venkatappa Art Gallery, admire the magnificent works of famed painter Venkatappa. The famous Vishweshwaraiah Technological Museum is the final stop on the amazing one day Bangalore tour.


The coveted ISKCON Temple is the first stop on a one-day Bangalore local sightseeing tour. Devotees are immersed in the tranquillity of the auspicious temple, which was built in 1997. ISKCON is a society founded by Prabhupada to disseminate the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita and the Bhagavad Purana. This exciting landmark, perched on Hare Krishna Hill, houses the shrines of Lord Radhe Krishna, Krishna Balram, Nitai Gauranga, Srinivas Govinda, Prahlad Nrsimha, and Srila Prabhupada. Sri Radha Krishnachandra Temple is a spectacular spiritual complex that includes a gold-plated 56-foot-high flag post or dhwaja stambha and a 28-foot-high gold-plated Kalash Shikara. A fascinating temple with glass and wooden exteriors adds to the allure of the sacred complex. The Vedic museum and a theatre that shows Vedic films are notable features of the auspicious temple. Things to do: Don’t miss the delicious Srikrishna prasadam at the temple.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Our exciting one-day Bangalore local sightseeing trip continues with a visit at the renowned Lalbagh Botanical Garden, where you can take in breathtaking views. The first Lalbagh, or Red Garden, was built by Hyder Ali, the then-ruler of Mysore. Undergoing several renovations by Tipu Sultan and other celebrated Horticulturists, the garden includes around 1854 species of plants including Araucaria Cookie, Bombax Ceiba, and Adansonia digitata and dillenia Indica. A floral clock welcomes guests at the entryway of the 240-acre, meticulously maintained garden. The western, eastern, southern, and northern gates are the four entrances to this beautiful park. The Lalbagh Rock, a rock that is three billion years old, is a prominent element of the park. Lalbagh’s attractiveness is enhanced by fountains, flowerbeds, and lotus pools. The centrepiece of the garden, a glass house modelled after England’s Crystal Palace, features an exquisite exhibit of tulips and orchids. Activities to do: Twenty-million-year-old tree fossil

Tippu’s Palace

Step forward to see the renowned Tippu Palace inside the Bangalore Fort, another magnificent city icon. Beautiful ceilings and walls decorated with floral motifs can be found in a symbol of Indo-Islamic building. The Rash-e- Jannat, which translates to “the abode of happiness,” was frequently used by Tipu Sultan as his summer retreat. It was constructed using teak wood, mortar, and stone. The building is supported by traditional teak wooden pillars and is built on a stone foundation. Two projecting balconies, one on the east and one on the west, are located in a large hall on the first level. It has rooms called Zenana rooms that were particularly used by the females of the royal family. Must-do: View the imposingly sculpted pillars’ arches and brackets.

Bull Temple

Observe one of the largest Nandis (the Vahana or the chariot of Lord Shiva) in existence. A monolithic statue measuring 6.1 metres in length and 15 feet height is a sight to behold. According to legend, Lord Shiva himself positioned the iron plate on the bull’s skull to prevent it from growing. The granite Nandi idol is positioned in front of the Shiva Lingam on Bungle Hill, where it was constructed in 1537 AD by a leader named Kempe Gowda. Must-see Activities to do: 110 kilogramme butter sculpture of Lord Ganesha

Cubbon Park

Visit the Sri Chamarajendra Park, also known as Cubbon Park, to view beautiful sights. The department of Gardening oversees and maintains the beautiful park, which spans 300 acres. The park’s main draws are the three-story Bengaluru Aquarium, which houses an incredible assortment of aquatic animals, and the dancing musical fountain. Goldfish, Angelfish, Masheer, Pearl Gourami, Glowlight tetra, and Siamese fighters are notable characteristics. Walk through the 96 species of plants and trees in Cubbon Park to feel revitalised, including Artocarpus, Ficus, Cassia fistula, Araucaria, and Millettia. The Grevillea Robusta and delonix trees are among the ornamental and blooming plants that it additionally features.

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

Head over to the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium to learn more about our celestial system. One of the five planetariums that broadcasts daily programmes in both English and Kannada is named after our nation’s first prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. A dome-shaped auditorium that broadcasts the animated graphic show in 4K resolution is a popular hangout for kids that is operated by the Bangalore Association for Science Education (BASE). It exposes visitors to the solar system’s planets, nebulas, and the fascinating outer space. The background of space travel, satellite launching, and moon travel are all depicted in the movie Dawn of the Space Age. Read about Charles Darwin’s trip to the Galapagos Islands and the theory of evolution. The planetarium’s Know Your Stars event, which is organised with the help of the Association of Bangalore Amateur Astronomers, is a noteworthy highlight (ABAA). The visitors have access to telescopes after the engaging session so they can see the moon and stars. Outdoor Science Park, which features scientific models of whispering dishes, a sundial, DNA, and a large kaleidoscope, is a must-see attraction.

Vidhana Soudha

With our one-day Bangalore local sightseeing trip, visit the Vidhana Soudha, the city’s favourite landmark. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru referred to it as “a temple devoted to the nation” and it stands out as the biggest state legislative structure in the nation. The State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka are located in a structure made of pure granite and porphyry. The magnificent structure, which spans an area of 2300 by 1150 feet and exhibits a flawless fusion of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian architectural styles, has a striking dome with a diameter of sixty feet and is sustained by eight enormous pillars. This impressive building has four stories and a basement. To get to the first level, there are 45 steps. wonderful rosewood carvings This impressive building has four stories and a basement. To get to the first level, there are 45 steps. The cabinet room’s exquisitely carved sandalwood door is one of the stately building’s main attractions. Observe the national anthem displayed on the building’s top.

Venkatappa Art Gallery

Admire the impressive Venkatappa Art Gallery, which features a 600-piece, rich selection of artwork. A tour of the galleries will transport tourists back in time and provide them with the chance to learn about the influential creations of renowned painter and sculptor K. Venkatappa. In 1974, the Government of Karnataka erected this gallery as a homage to his achievements in the field of painting. Art lovers will undoubtedly enjoy perusing the impressive selection of works of art. The Ooty sunrise, a picturesque Churchill, and the glittering Nilgiri Hills are notable artworks. Visitors would be thrilled to see prehistoric artwork from 2000 BC. The two-story museum was constructed by the Karnataka Public Works Department and features paintings and sculptures by renowned Karnataka artists K K Hebbar and Rajaram. Weaponry like swords, gunpowder holder, bullets, and spears, as well as stone sculptures from the 12th century AD and archaic musical instruments, are notable displays. Indus Valley Civilisation antiques are a must-see among the things to do. 9. Vishweshwaraiah Technological Museum A fantastic one-day local sightseeing trip of Bangalore takes you to the Vishweshwaraiah Technological Museum, a highly regarded museum. The imposing museum was built in honour of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, a renowned architect, scholar, and the 19th diwan of Mysore. He received the Bharat Ratna, the nation’s greatest honour, in 1955. Visitors can learn something new while viewing a diverse selection of industrial goods and engines in a large museum. The Spinosaurus replica that manoeuvres its head, hands, and tail while rolling its eyes would be a hit with visitors. Visitors come to see the interactive displays at the VTM, which is a member of the National Council of Science Museums under the Ministry of Culture. Exhibits in the Fun Science Gallery illustrate the disciplines of sight, sound, math, and optics. Activities to do: Visit a 3D theatre to watch movies about deep sea diving and the brain.

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