Radha Hometel, Bangalore

Getting There

By Air
There are number of daily flights from important cities like Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai , and Ahmedabad.It is also a stopover for many international flights. International and Domestic Airports - 40 Kms

By Rail
Bangalore City Railway Station is the main terminal in Bangalore.It is well connected to all major Indian cities. There are number of daily express trains from Bangalore to other cities of India. Bangalore is connected to all major Indian cities by rail. Several super fast trains such as Shatabdhi, Brindavan, Lalbagh express connect Bangalore to Chennai. Railway Station - 7 Km from K R Puram Junction; 25 Km from City Junction

By Road
Bangalore has a large bus terminus, which is near the railway station. Major National Highways connects Bangalore to Chennai and Mumbai Other cities and towns of the state connected by road. City Centre - 12 km.

Bangalore 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 nicknamed as the Garden City. And its IT connection makes it the Silicon Valley of India. Keeping in pace with the rest of the world, the city has developed its infrastructure well and has world-class facilities too. The recent injection of modernity has shown the rise in the malls and entertainment avenues in the city too. Its numerous parks, charming boulevards and buzzing life makes it a happening city with a dose of tranquility. Vidhana Soudha and the Bangalore Palace are monuments worth seeing in the city. The ISKCON Temple is another major landmark here. Blending the modern with the traditional, ISKCON attracts followers from all walks of life.