The Southside of India is blessed with some of the most gorgeous cities in the country that are home to a number of fascinating monuments, religious structures, picturesque locations, and royal palaces. It is this vibrant mix of captivating sites that makes a Bangalore tour package so popular among tourists. We recently went on a Bangalore-Mysore tour which turned out to be an unforgettable experience. Here’s how the tour unfolded.
Beginning With The Beautiful Bangalore
We booked an interesting Bangalore-Mysore 3 days tour package recently to spend a fun time with friends. The tour began with a trip to the popular Lalbagh Botanical Garden in Bangalore. The garden is known for featuring hundreds of different species of flora from all over the world making it a beautiful spot to visit. The evening was spent in exploring the vibrant nightlife of Bangalore that is very hip and happening. The day ended with a scrumptious dinner at an authentic South Indian restaurant after which we headed back to our hotel to rest and recuperate ourselves for the shenanigans that were to follow the next day.
Off We Head To The Magnificent Mysore
The second day of our fantastic tour was all about Mysore excursions. After an exciting 3-hour long road trip, we reached the glorious Mysore Palace. The palace was one of the most opulent sites we had ever visited! The three-storied stone structure with marble domes is definitely a sight to behold and made us drool over its royal beauty. After that we moved to two of the most popular religious sites, namely the Chamundeshwari Temple and St. Philomena’s Church. While the former is a divine temple situated at the top of the Chamundi Hills, the latter happens to be one of the oldest churches in India. After exploring these captivating spots, the thrilling day came to a peaceful end.
Ending With A Bangalore City Tour
The last leg of our travel plan included a charming Bangalore city tour. So we moved back from Mysore to Bangalore and headed straight to the ISCKON Temple. The tranquil vibe of the temple was excessively alluring. The next stops on the tour were the Tipu Sultan Palace and the eponymous Bangalore Palace, both of which exhibit excellent architecture. After driving past some of the most famous landmarks in the city like High Court, Cubbon Park, and Vidhan Sabha, we finally visited the two most popular and oldest temples of Bangalore- Bull Temple and Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple which concluded our 3 day-long tour.
This wholesome and fulfilling tour left us totally in awe of the beauty and grandeur that our country is bestowed with. If you wish to experience a similar joy of traveling, plan a tour now!