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Tour Spots in Karnataka
Karnataka is a state where millenniums of local and foreign tourists come to make a trip due to its pleasant weather throughout the year. This is a place where you will able to discover different types of tour spots like mountains, beaches, resaved forests, hill stations, waterfalls, caves, park, palace or monuments, and several historical sites. Some important trip information about the most famous tourist destinations of the state is given bellow.
Tour spots in Bangalore
Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka and also the main destination city to you. This city is address of lots of tour spots like the Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens (main attraction flower show of January and August), Bangalore Vidhan Sabha (a govt. building famous for superb modern architecture), Tipu Sultan's Forts and Palaces (a historical site popular for its are wooden architecture and a temple of Ganapati), Cubbon Park (located at Gandhi Nagar, an address of about 6001 species of plants) and several lakes namely the Ulsoor Lake, Bellandur Lake, Sankey Tank, Madiwala Lake, Lal Bagh Lake, Nagavara Lake, etc.
Some other important tour spots of Bangalore are the Nandi or Bull Temple (most popular religious place in Bangalore), Banashankari Temple, Kadu Mallikarjunaswamy, Gavi Gangaderashwara, Iskcon Temple, Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum (located on Kasturba Road), Bangalore Palace, Government Museum & Venkatappa Art Gallery, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, St. Marks Cathedral, Bal Bhavan, Bannerghatta National Park, Cutural Centers, Devarayandurga, Dodda Alada Mara, Mekedaatu, Muthyalamaduvu, Nrityagram Village, Ramanagaram, Ramohalli, etc.
Tour spots in Mysore
Mysore is city which has a rich history of Wodeyar Dynasty. You will find lots of historical sites still today in Mysore which were constructed by the dynasty. Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion is one of the famous monuments by Wodeyar Dynasty. Beside of these there have some more tourist spots around the Mysore District. Some major of these are National Museum, Folk Art Museum, Oriental Research Institute, Melody World, Parks and Gardens, Datta Peetham, St. Philomenas Church, Happy Man Park, etc.
Tour Spots in Hampi
Hampi is one of the best historical sites in the world which reflect the great culture of Vijayanagara Empire. Hampi was the capital of the empire and entirely decorated with fine architectural arts. Some major architecture of the ancient city which are still founded today including the Vittala Temple, Virupaksha Temple, Royal Enclosure, Riverside trek Path, Kadalekalu Ganesha (a 14 ft high statue of Hindu Lord Ganesha), Krishna Temple, Lakshmi Narasimha, Hazara Rama Temple, etc.
This thousand year ancient city is bordered with hills by the three sides and a river by the rest side. Hemakuta with its Virupaksha Temple is a must see place. Besides of these some more lovely places are waiting for you like the Elephant Stables, Pattabhirama Temple, Achyuta Raya’s Temple, Matanga Hill, Malyavanta Raghunathaswamy, House of Victory, King's Balance, Pushkarini Tank, Mahanavami Dibba, Lotus Mahal, Noblemen’s Palace, etc.
Tour Spots in Coorg District
Coorg is the one of the best hill stations in south India where you can make a summer trip. Madikeri city (capital of the district) is the destination and most popular tour spots in the district. Other tour spots of the district are the Talakaveri (source place of Kaveri River where a temple of Lord Brahma is located), Abbey Falls (a beautiful waterfall located just 6 km away from Madikeri), Nisargadhama (a man-made island of Krishna River).
Besides of these some more tourist attractions are also situated in the district like Kakkabe, Omkareshwara Temple, Chiklihole Reservoir, Harangi Dam, Chelavara Waterfalls, Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuaries, Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuaries, Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuaries, Iruppu Falls, Dargah Sharief (destination for Muslim), Mandalpatti (a small beautiful mountain range), Nagarhole National Park, etc.
How and where to go?
Travel by Road: Karnataka government has maintained a well connected road network by several National and State Highways. There have 122489 km roadways including 2357 km National Highways. The state is connected to other states by thirteen distinct National Highways among these the NH-13 and NH-4 are longest in the state.
Travel by Air: If you planned to go Karnataka by airway then the airport of Bangalore would be the suitable destination to you. This airport is connected by regular flights with the major cities of India like Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmadabad, Mumbai and New Delhi. Except Bangalore there have also many other small airports (about seventy).
Travel by Rail: Railway transportation of the state is also good. The railway station of Bangalore is most important in Karnataka. This station is directly connected to the every major railway stations of south India.
Distance between Bangalore to Other Indian Cities
There is a table of approximate distance between Bangalore (capital Town of Karnataka) to other major cities of India. These table data will provide you an idea of road distance in the scale of Kilometer from Bangalore to rest part of India.
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Spots in Karnataka