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Park Plaza, Bengaluru

Getting There


By Air
Bangalore International Airport is 41 km away from the heart of the city. Pre-paid taxi facilities are available at Airport. Bangalore Airport is well connected to almost all airports in India. International flights to major foreign cities are also operated from Bengaluru.
 

By Rail
Bangalore Majestic, Bangalore Cantonment 16 km  and Yeshwanthpur 24 km are the three main stations in Bengaluru. Bangalore Majestic is connected to all major cities in India. All major railway sectors have regular train service to and from the city.
 

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


Bengaluru Local Information :

Popularly known as the IT hub of India, Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka is also the third most populous city in the country. Well known as the garden city, Bengaluru is home to some of the most renowned educational institutions and research centers. It also houses software companies like Infosys. The other sectors include the Defence organizations, aerospace telecommunications and many more. The swanky malls, the lovely gardens and the magnificent palaces make Bengaluru, a perfect place for business and an appropriate tourist destination.
 

Places of interest include :

Vidhan Soudha or the state of secretariat, a 46 meter high architectural landmark was built in the year 1954. Completely carved in granite, it consists of 4 domes in the four corners of the architecture. Tipu Sultan's Palace which was constructed in the year 1791, fascinates the tourists with its double storied flowery wooden structure and a lovely garden, which surrounds the palace. This palace is now transformed into a museum to give an insight on the life of the Sultan.

Museums all around the city also form the major tourist attraction. It includes the Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM), Karnataka Folk Museum and Government Museum which is one of the oldest museums in the city of Bangalore. Some interesting sights also include the Lalbagh Botanical Garden. This garden was constructed by the then ruler Hyder Ali in the year 1760. Spread over 240-acres of land, this garden which houses various types of flora and fauna is now home to scientific study.

Vidhan Soudha or the state of secretariat, a 46 meter high architectural landmark was built in the year 1954. Completely carved in granite, it consists of 4 domes in the four corners of the architecture. Tipu Sultan's Palace which was constructed in the year 1791, fascinates the tourists with its double storied flowery wooden structure and a lovely garden, which surrounds the palace. This palace is now transformed into a museum to give an insight on the life of the Sultan.

Museums all around the city also form the major tourist attraction. It includes the Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum (VITM), Karnataka Folk Museum and Government Museum which is one of the oldest museums in the city of Bangalore. Some interesting sights also include the Lalbagh Botanical Garden. This garden was constructed by the then ruler Hyder Ali in the year 1760. Spread over 240-acres of land, this garden which houses various types of flora and fauna is now home to scientific study.