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- Bangalore International Exhibition Centre
- M.G. Road
- Bangalore Palace
- Brigade Road
- Nimhans Convention Center
- Race Course Road
- Vikasa Soudha
- Indian Institute of Science
- World Trade Centre
- ISKCON Temple
- Tipu's Summer Palace
- Eco Space Business Park
- Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum
- Prestige Tech Park
- Commercial Street
- KTPO Convention Center
- Karnataka Golf Course
- Ulsoor Lake
- UB City
- Forum Mall
Four Star Bengaluru hotels
Most popular areas in Bengaluru for 4-star hotelsBengaluru not only booms with business and enterprise, but also religious shrines and the palaces of old maharajahs. Consequently, there are oodles of hotels here that balance comfort with class, like the acclaimed clutch of 4-star options peppering the northern side of Richmond Town, complete with clean, modern frontispieces and large carparks. On the other side of town, Madhava Nagar has some locally-owned options with spacious suites and quieter surroundings, while the area close to Bangalore Airport and the Golf Links Park has oodles of plush hotels loaded with business amenities.
Top 4-star hotels in BengaluruAccorHotels' ibis name comes up trumps for travelers in search of 4-star comfort in Bengaluru, with a collection of 173 guestrooms situated right in the heart of the city. Visitors enjoy a gym, rooftop terraces, and even views over the roaring terraces of the Sree Kanteerava stadium from the ibis Bengaluru City Centre – it's particularly atmospheric when there's a cricket game on. Meanwhile, the colorful lounges and bars of the ibis Techpark are great for business travelers, and the Elanza Hotel is the prime tourist pick, nestled between the Vidhana Soudha and Tipu's Summer Palace.
Where to find the best restaurants in BengaluruFor authentic Bengaluru eats, there's arguably no substitute for the heady fray of stalls lining Food Street. Head down to pick up garam bondas and butter pancakes. Koramangala, meanwhile, is an affluent area that's packed with celebrated and refined Karnataka kitchens, where clean curry houses tout paneer masalas and Goan seafood. And when the cumin and curry powders and chili garnishes of South Indian cuisine become just a little too much, be sure to make a beeline for the international eateries and brewhouses of Richmond Town, where all-American burgers are on the menus.
The most popular things to do in BengaluruWondering at the medley of Victorian and classical Indian architectural treats that peppers the sprawling city of Bengaluru is just one way to get to grips with this fascinating town. Head down and take in the sculpted domes and edifices of the Vidhana Soudha, before casing out the sprawling mass that is the beautiful Bangalore Palace – a creation of the Mysore maharajas no less. After that, why not join the locals at a cricket match, whether that means an ad hoc game played on the dusty lawns of an urban park, or a hotly-contested IPL showdown at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. And when it's time to relax and escape the fray of the metropolis, the lakes of Sankey Tank and tree-lined Ulsoor offer waterside promenades, boating opportunities, and walking trails by the bucket load.
Best ways to get around BengaluruBengaluru has a comprehensive network of buses and a metro system serving the whole city. The main interchanges are at Kempegowda, K R Market, and Shivajinagar for the buses, while MG Road has the main light rail stations. Opt to travel on the brown and red Vajra or Pushpak vehicles for the comfier rides with air conditioning, and be sure to shun the rickshaw offers in favor of a private cab, which are cheap and can be found in abundance all around the downtown area.
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