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Bangalore: Walking Tour of Fort, Palaces, and Market

1. Bangalore: Walking Tour of Fort, Palaces, and Market

Meet your guide at the meeting point at the designated time. Dive straight into the history of the city as you navigate the streets. The bustling market areas with narrow streets are bursting with stories that reflect the real soul of Bangalore. Depending on the starting time of the tour, have an indulgent breakfast or snack of the locals' favourite Masala Dosa and South Indian Filter Coffee. With a true Bangalorean as your guide, navigate the older parts of the city as you learn about its origins, including the fascinating history of Tipu Sultan and the British. Explore some of Bangalore's oldest neighbourhoods. Enjoy delicious snacks for a memorable day to an area often ignored by other travellers. Proceed to KR Market, which is one of the largest wholesale market places in India. Walk through the busy market as you take in the smells and sights of colourful flowers and fresh produce. Next, head to the ruins of the Bangalore Fort, built in the 1700's and compare it the paintings done by the British in the same period. Our final stop will be the Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan. Marvel at the teak wood columns and the influence of the Indo-Islamic culture on the frescoes. Learn about the maze-like dungeons designed for defence strategy. At the end of the memorable walking tour of Old Bangalore, your guide will assist you with booking a taxi or finding public transport for you to head back.

Banglore: Guided Street Food Crawl

2. Banglore: Guided Street Food Crawl

Banglore is a classic destination, and for centuries has been known for its rich and yummy food culture. Locals are fortunate today that this rich food culture is preserved in the form of small food joints, which have been perpetuated by locals for generations.  You will begin by exploring the authentic and classic delicacies of Banglore, witnessing the preparation as you receive an in-depth understanding of the local food culture. As this is happening, your guide will fill you in on the things that influenced the development of these cuisines. You will taste more than 5 mouth-watering and authentic delicacies of royal Delhi on this food tour. Your guides have designed this amazing experience for you, with the intention of taking you to these places for food tastings. Whilst visiting the stores you will be able to cherish the food, delighting your taste buds as you receiving a fabulous and lasting impression.

Bangalore: Basavanagudi Walking Tour with Bull Temple

3. Bangalore: Basavanagudi Walking Tour with Bull Temple

On this private walking tour, explore the rich history and culture of Bangalore’s Basavanagudi neighborhood. After meeting your guide at Vidyarthi Bhavan, one of the best local restaurants in the area, enjoy some coffee, snacks, or breakfast. Afterwards, head into the Gandhi Bazaar to explore a variety of shops, stalls, and local purveyors selling bountiful arrays of produce and fresh flowers. Next, you’ll head to the Bull Temple, a 16th-century Hindu temple featuring a monolithic statue of a bull and an elaborate collection of statues studding the pyramidal temple. Afterwards, you’ll head to the 10th-century Gavi Gangadeshwara Temple, located within a cave, to uncover the mysteries held within.  You’ll end your tour by walking through the oldest section of the neighborhood, glimpsing structures dating back 100 years and meeting locals who define the neighborhood’s culture.

VV Puram Food Walk

4. VV Puram Food Walk

Experience authentic and exotic street food at Bengaluru's very own VV Puram. Try everything from congress buns to bath dosa, spicy American corn to fire paan, followed up by lassis and sweets. 1) Visit VB Bakery at VV Puram Food Street Explore hidden treasures at one of the oldest and most cherished bakeries around for their assortment of buns, cakes and biscuits. Sample their famous sweet buns, congress buns, honey cakes and masala biscuits before they sell out! 2) Eat at Arya Vaishya Refreshments Try a curd kodu bale (spicy, crispy ring covered with yogurt) for your next staple teatime snack, or maybe some peri-peri potato twist to test your spice tolerance. Enjoyed best with the weekend crowd and friends, this stall is not to be missed! 3) Stop by Mumbai Badam Milk and Lassi Center Refresh with some ice-cold badam milk, kesar lassi, or shahi rabadi. A humble shop that's been around for a couple of decades, their drinks and sweets are bound to recharge you from a hot day in the city. 4) Have South Indian food at Ramu Tiffin Centre Satisfy all your South Indian food cravings at this traditional tiffin spot. Renowned for their dosas that are perfectly crisp on the outside and comfortingly soft on the inside, starting with Bengaluru's favorite type: Bath Dosa! 5) Checkout Dev Sagar at VV Puram Food Street Experience a specially curated menu of dabeli (pav buns stuffed with potato, chutney, pomegranate and peanuts) and rasgulla chaat (a spongy sweet in a chaat). What more crazy combinations could you want? 6) Try American Corn at Mr & Ms Corn Ever heard of a corn-themed restaurant...with about 37 different menu items...? Well, you have now. Run by engineers working 9 to 5 in the mornings and serving lip-smacking corn in the evenings, you'll enjoy your traditional American Corn with a healthy twist. 7) Have fun trying Fire Paan Overcome your fear of fire by tasting fire paan - that's right the usual after-dinner betel leaf, now a main attraction. What better way to end a food trail?

Walking Tour Around Central Business District of Bengaluru

5. Walking Tour Around Central Business District of Bengaluru

Join us on a refreshing morning walk around the Central Business District of Bengaluru. Explore Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha, Visvesvaraya Museum, breakfast at MTR, luxury shops at UB City, and more. 1) Exploring Cubbon Park Created in 1870, the park spanning 100 acres is the green lung of Bengaluru. Stroll amongst its luscious foliage to develop a sense of calmness and peace to start off the day strong and prepared. 2) Visiting Vidhana Soudha Admire the ancient Neo-Dravidian Architecture housing the modern state's legislature, the Vidhana Soudha. Spanning 150 feet tall, it is a marvel to see both from its intricate exterior and through live proceedings of assemblies (with permission) from the interior via the gallery. 3) Visit M Chinnaswamy Stadium Established in 1969, the stadium has hosted iconic cricket test matches and is also the home ground of the Royal Challengers Bangalore Team. With the ability to hold 32000 cheering fans, don't miss your seat to experience an authentic match and root for your favorite team. 4) Visiting the High Court of Karnataka, Attara Kacheri Experience the ambiance and extravagance of the highest judicial authority in Karnataka state. A stone structure with classical European elements, this iconic red brick building is pivotal to upholding the rights of its citizens. 5) Spend time at Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Hall (State Central Library) Converted into a State Library in 1914 after having been a ceremonial hall, this spot houses over 300,000 books on subjects ranging from literature to art, science to history. A must-visit for bookworms, their impressive collection is bound to make you want to sit and read here all day! 6) Visit Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technical Museum Perfect for families with children both young and old, this museum is bound to inspire a passion for science. Built to honor the Bharat Ratna recipient, Sir M. Visvesvaraya, it showcases displays on artificial intelligence, steam locomotives, dinosaurs, and a scale replica of the Wright Brother's Flyer! 7) Explore Sri Kanteerava Outdoor Stadium Support Bangalore FC by visiting this seven-decade-old stadium. Housing a running track, rock climbing wall, a volleyball and of course a football court, this multi-purpose is perfect for sport enthusiasts of all types. 8) Unlimited South Indian food at MTR If there is one way to have breakfast in India - it is to have it the South-Indian way. Enjoy the best of breakfast at MTR with their renowned 'Unlimited Thali'. Pay once and eat till your hearts' desire, sampling delicious dishes. 9) Luxury shopping at UB City Get a taste of luxury by browsing through this popular mall and an array of well-known cafes, particularly Farzi Cafe. If your hobby is window shopping or buying from boutique stores, UB city is the place for you!

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based on 23 reviews

Wow! What a great way to spend a Sunday morning in Bangalore. Our guide was very knowledgeable and kind and even spent extra time with us to tell us about Hinduism. In addition to the temples and market tout, it was great to visit the inside of someone's home, try amazing dosas and coffee and get shopping tips. I would highly recommend this tour!

Nice Morning with a very good impression on the way of live. Lot's of details, no questions unanswered.