Davanam Sarovar Portico Suites, Bengaluru

Getting There

Airport: 45 kms
City Railway Station: 32 kms
Hospital/Fire Station: 1 kms
M.G Road: 10 kms
Electronic city: 10 Kms
Bommasandra: 15 Kms

By Air
Bangalore International Airport is 45 km away from the heart of the city, Majestic. It costs about Rs 300 by auto rickshaw and Rs 600 by taxi. Pre paid taxi facilities are available in Airport. Bangalore airport is well connected to almost all airports in India. International flights to major foreign cities are also operated from Bangalore.

By Rail
Bangalore Majestic, Bangalore Cantonment (8 km to Majestic) and Yeshwanthpur (12 km away from Majestic) are the three main stations in Bangalore. Bangalore Majestic is connected to all major cities in India.

By Road
KSRTC buses connect all cities in the state to Bangalore. Many super deluxe bus services are available from Bangalore to Hyderabad, Cochin, Trivandrum, Chennai, Mumbai, Goa and Mysore.

Bengaluru Local Information :
Enjoying the status of being the capital of the state of Karnataka and also being the IT hub of the country, Bangalore or Bengaluru as it is now called, is a major attraction for tourists. It is its pleasant climate that makes it's the most loved city in India. Abundant in greenery, it is also known as the Garden City, while its IT connection makes it India's Silicon Valley. Keeping in pace with the rest of the world, the city has developed its infrastructure well and has world-class facilities too. Its numerous parks, charming boulevards and buzzing life makes it a happening city with a dose of tranquility.
Major sightseeing spots include:

Vidhan Soudha or the State Secretariat: Built in 1954 it is the main attraction of this city. It is a marvel of modern architecture and is a fine amalgamation of traditional Dravidian and modern styles. Cubbon Park spread over 300 acres, located near the Vidhan Soudha, has a number of neo-classical styled government buildings.

Tipu Sultan's Fort and Palace: Built in 1791 it is a beautiful two-storeyed ornate wooden structure with exquisitely carved pillars, arches and balconies. It now houses a museum that contains artifacts relating to the Hyder-Tipu regime.

Museums: The Government Museum of Bangalore is one of India's oldest museums and the Visvesvaraya Technological and Industrial Museum are important museums within the city.

Lal Bagh, botanical garden: It was commissioned by Hyder Ali in the year 1760. The 240-acre park is home to over 1000 species of flora and a Glass House. The park is known for its annual flower show. The garden surrounds one of the towers erected by the founder of Bangalore, Kempe GowdaI. The Lal Bagh Rock which dates back to 3000 million years is another attraction.