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One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs Bengaluru is not only one of the most important tourist destinations in Karnataka, but also all of India. A city that is famous for being a computing powerhouse is also equally popular for its beautiful tourist spots. Tourists can experience all these famous sightseeing through Bengaluru Darshan. bangalore sightseeing cabs Online 8 Hrs – 80 Kms Cabs. Within City Travel. Local Travel Taxi. Local City Commute. Services: Outstation Cab Rentals, Local Car Hire. Local Car Rental · Cab Services in Bangalore · Cabs in Bangalore
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Hatch Back /Similar Cab – One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Local Tariff : 4Hrs /40Km – Rs.1300/- 5Hrs/50Km – Rs .1540/- 8Hrs /80Km – Rs,1700/- 10hrs /100 km -Rs.2100/- 12Hrs/100 Km Rs.2300/- 16Hrs/ 100 km Rs.2700/- Extra Km Rs.10/- and Extra Hrs – Rs.120/-
Sedan /Similar Cab – One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Local Tariff : 4Hrs /40Km – Rs.1300/- 5Hrs/50Km – Rs .1540/- 8Hrs /80Km – Rs,1800/- 10hrs /100 km -Rs.2240/- 12Hrs/100 Km Rs.2480/- 16Hrs/ 100 km Rs.2960/- Extra Km Rs.10/- and Extra Hrs – Rs.120/-
SUV /Similar Cab – One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Local Tariff : 4Hrs /40Km – Rs.1700/- 5Hrs/50Km – Rs .2100/- 8Hrs /80Km – Rs,2400/- 10hrs /100 km -Rs.3000/- 12Hrs/100 Km Rs.3300/- 16Hrs/ 100 km Rs.3900/- Extra Km Rs.15/- and Extra Hrs – Rs.150/-
SUV / Toyota Innova Crysta – Bangalore Local Sightseeing
Local Tariff : 4Hrs /40Km – Rs.1800/- 5Hrs/50Km – Rs .2250/- 8Hrs /80Km – Rs,2600/- 10hrs /100 km -Rs.3200/- 12Hrs/100 Km Rs.3500/- 16Hrs/ 100 km Rs.4100/- Extra Km Rs.15/- and Extra Hrs – Rs.150/-
Tempo Traveller AC One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Tempo Traveller AC – Local Tariff : 4Hrs /40Km -Rs.3800/- , 5Hrs/50 km – Rs.4200/-, 8Hrs/80Km – Rs.3800/-, 10Hrs/100 Km Rs. 4600/-, 12Hrs/100Km -Rs. 5000/- , 16Hrs/100 km -5800/- , Extra Km Rs.20/- and Extra Hrs Rs.200/-
Tempo Traveller Non AC One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Tempo Traveller Non AC – 4Hrs /40 km Rs, 3000/- , 5Hrs /50 km – Rs.3000/- , 8Hrs /80 km – Rs.3000/- , 10Hrs /100Km Rs. 3800/-, 12Hrs /100Km -Rs. 4200/- , 16Hrs/100 km – Rs.5000/-
Minibus(21 Seater) AC One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Minibus(21 Seater) AC – Local Tariff : 8Hrs/80Km – Rs.6500/-, 10Hrs/100 Km Rs. 7740/- 12Hrs/100Km -Rs. 8440/- 16Hrs/100 km -Rs. 9840/- Extra Km Rs.20/- and Extra Hrs Rs.200/-
Minibus(21 Seater) Non AC One Day Bangalore Sightseeing Cabs
Minibus(21 Seater) Non AC – Local Tariff : 8Hrs/80Km – Rs.5500/-, 10Hrs/100 Km Rs. 6740/- 12Hrs/100Km -Rs. 7440/- 16Hrs/100 km -Rs. 9140/- Extra Km Rs.25/- and Extra Hrs Rs.200/-
Minibus(21 Seater) AC – Airport Tariff: Limit Km – 45 Km, One Way trip – Rs.5800/-, Limit Km, 80 km, Round trip – Rs.6300/- Extra Km Rs.25/-
Bangalore City Darshan Taxis – Iskcon Temple in Bangalore
This is indisputably one of the most famous temples and also one of the most visited in Bangalore. People who don’t know what the Iskcon temple is? The Iskcon temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and its main purpose is to spread the message of Krishna consciousness throughout the world.
The Iskcon Bengaluru Temple was inaugurated in 1997 by the then President of India, Shankar Dayal Sharma. The architectural design of this temple is wonderful and the temple is of great size. Without a doubt, it is one of the most beautiful temples in all of India. Furthermore, today the Iskcon Temple is one of the greatest cultural and spiritual icons of the city of Bangalore.
Location: Chord Road, North Bengaluru.
Temple times. ISKCON temple hours. Monday to Friday 7:15 am to 1:00 pm 4:00 pm to 8:20 pm. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: from 7:15 a.m. to 8:20 p.m.
Bangalore City Darshan Taxis – Bull Temple in Bangalore
Nandi or Nandi bull was Lord Shiva’s favorite vehicle according to Hindu mythology. At the heart of this temple is the huge and gigantic Nandi Bull Idol, believed to be the monolithic statue of Nandi carved from the largest rock in the world.
Location: N.R. Cologne, South Bangalore.
What is worth seeing: The monolithic statue of Nandi carved out of the world’s largest rock is located inside this temple.
Bull Temple is open from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM every day,
Bangalore City Darshan Taxis – Lal Bagh in Bangalore
Today it is the pride of Bengaluru and also one of the most popular tourist destinations. The lush vegetation, the collection of beautiful trees and flowers will calm your mind and your senses. The garden also has a proud historical background.
Location: Lalbagh Road, South Bengaluru.
Entrance fee: 10 rupees per person.
What is worth seeing: In addition to the beautiful trees and lush vegetation, the impressive greenhouse is not to be missed. Furthermore, a single rock is believed to be 3 billion years old; It is believed to be the oldest rock on earth.
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – Cubbon Park in Bangalore
This is one of the most famous parks in Bengaluru and it is located in the heart of the city. The abundant flora and fauna and the vast expanse of vegetation are what make this park so popular with locals and tourists. Another very unique thing about Cubbon Park is that it is surrounded by many aesthetically beautiful buildings and there are also many beautiful statues around.
Location: Near Karnataka High Court
Park timings from 6 am to 6 pm. In addition, this park is closed every Monday. Duration of visit: visitors generally spend 1 to 2 hours here
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – Nehru Planetarium in Bangalore
The Nehru Planetarium is one of the five planetariums in India. Others are in Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, and Allahabad. The Nehru Planetarium is one of the most popular with locals and tourists. It is estimated that around 2 lakh people visit the Planetarium each year. The main attraction is the dome-shaped Star Theatre where computer animations and video clippings of stars, planets, and other astronomical objects are shown. To see astonishingly beautiful images of astronomical objects, this place is surely worth a visit.
Location: Vasanth Nagar
Tickets: 35 rupees for adults and 20 rupees for children (children under 5 are not allowed). Besides, the planetarium is officially closed every Monday and the second Tuesday of the month.
See the value of In addition to the dome-shaped sky theater, there is also a science park worth visiting.
Few relevant pointers for visitors:
Visiting Hours: 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
It remains closed on Monday and second Tuesday.
Entrance Fee: For Adults – Rs. 35, For Children (below 16 years) – Rs. 20
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – M.G. Road in Bangalore
Be it brand name retail stores, upscale restaurants, street bazaars or food stalls, this place offers everything you need to brighten your day.
Shopaholics and foodies should not miss this place.
Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum
However, the main attraction is the replica of the 1903 steering wheel of the Wright brothers (two brothers credited with inventing the world’s first airplane). This is the only museum, other than the Smithsonian Institutions in the United States, that has this replica. This museum certainly makes science a fun education.
Location: Kasturba Road.
Entrance fee: Rs 40 for adults and Rs 20 for students.
Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum is suitable for enthusiasts of … Entrance fee. Applicable general visitors: ₹ 40. Organized school groups: ₹ 20
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – Bangalore Palace
An epitome of great architecture and beauty, The Majestic Bangalore Palace preserves in it the spice of old regal opulence. Currently, the central attraction in Bangalore, the palace was built in the year 1878. Chamarajendra Wadiyar’s British Guardians bought the original property in 1873 from the principal of Bangalore Central High School, Rev, J Garret, from his funds. The palace is extraordinarily vast and spread across 45,000 square feet. A mixture of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture have resulted in the grand palace that we see today. The wooden structure of the palace along with the beautiful carvings both inside and outside showcases the royal culture in different ways.
Timings : 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Entrance Fee: Indians Rs. 225, Foreign Tourists Rs. 450. Taking pictures is not allowed until you buy a token from the counter inside the palace.
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – Lalbagh flower show
Lalbagh Flower is a sight to watch. Every year on Independence Day and Republic day, flower shows are organized at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden. The event is jointly organized by the Department of Horticulture and Mysore Horticulture Society, this flower show has been one of the most awaited events in the Garden City.
This edition of the Lalbagh Flower Show will be open to the public from the 17th to the 26th of January 2020. Over 6 lakh visitors are expected. The colorful flower arrangements and intricate models on display make the exhibition attractive to adults and children. Plants and saplings will also be available for sale.
Milestones of 2020 Lalbagh Flower show
- Imported flowers from 10 different countries
- 37 different species of flowers in 235 shades and patterns will be on display
- Varieties of temperate flowers from Ooty and Sikkim will be displayed.
- 100 boards with information about the monk’s life
- Two large outdoor screens for screening documentaries
- Vivekananda Sudhe program between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
- Poems by Kannada poets Kuvempu and G.S. Shivarudrappa will be performed
Major Attractions of the Republic Day Flower Show
The Rock memorial with a temple will be a major attraction. The floral replica will be measuring 17 feet in height, 21 feet in length, and 8 feet wide. The flowers will be changed twice during the 10-days of the flower show.
- Floral replica of the iconic Vivekananda Rock, His famous speech in Chicago, and the statue of the monk
- Display of his sayings
- Screening of documentaries
- 2 lakh flowers will be used to on the Rock
- 5 lakh flowers will be used to create the floral representation of Vivekananda’s Chicago speech
- More than 40,000 saffron flowers used for the statue
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – ragigudda Anjaneya temple
It is believed that the hillock or Gudda in the Kannada language that hosts the main deity Sri Prasanna Anjaneya Swamy was formed from a heap of Raagi/Finger Millet and hence was termed “Ragigudda”. Local mythology has it that this place owes it to a dharmic lady Sudharma who was the wife of a local chieftain. She is an embodiment of good character and very pious.
One day, the trinity comes in the form of visitors and ask for bhiksha (alms). She gives them newly harvested Raghava Dhanya or Ragi. Her mother-in-law disapproves of it and wants it back. This being an unholy act she says that if the visitors do not want the bhiksha, then she does not need the Ragi. This Ragi becomes a hillock. In the end, the holy trinity is pleased with her selfless behavior and grant her their sacred darshan. The holy trinity expressed their will to remain near the hillock and turned themselves into stones nearby. These three stones now bear engravings of the trinity The temple was formed in 1969 and registered in 1972.
Bangalore City Darshan Cabs – Bannerghatta National Park
Located 22 km away from Bangalore, the Bannerghatta National Park is a sanctuary for a large variety of flora and fauna. Spread over a massive area of around 104.27 sq. km, this national park was established in the year 1971. The park itself has several establishments within its confines, which includes the country’s first butterfly park as well.
Other attractions here are ten Reserve Forests of Anekal Range of the Bangalore Forest Division, an aquarium, a zoo, a Children’s park, a Crocodile Farm, a Snake Park, and Prehistoric Animals’ Park. What’s more, you can get up close and personal with the wondrous wildlife here by the means of a jungle safari, which is a popular activity to pursue here. The best part about Bannerghatta National Park is the small well-defined zones for animals that almost guarantee that you will spot the animals. People go in caged vehicles (buses/safari).
Shiva temple – Bangalore
A must-visit religious and tourist attraction in Bangalore, Shiva Temple on the Old Airport Road features a beautiful 65 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva, which is impossible to miss. Lord Shiva can be seen sitting in the lotus position in the backdrops of the mighty Himalayas, surrounded by a pond. Just one look at this towering statue of the Lord will fill you with a sense of tranquility and spirituality. Another prime attraction of the temple is the 35 feet tall Lord Ganesha’s idol,
which is placed close to the main entrance. This huge white statue of Lord Ganapati can be seen with a modak in his left hand. The temple was built by Ravi Melwani who dreamt about god asking him to build a religious center where people’s dreams and wishes can come true. The temple was inaugurated in the year 1995 and since then, it has become popular among devotees and travelers.
Other Top Bengaluru Darshan Attractions
National Gallery of Modern Art (famous art gallery)
Bangalore Aquarium (the second largest aquarium in India)
Basilica Church of Santa Maria
Bannerghatta National Park
Aerospace museum HAL
Fun World Amusement Park