Bangalore, a glittering cosmopolitan, is one of the liveliest cities of India blessed with a benevolent climate and vibrant attractions. Known to be the ‘Silicon Valley of India’, Bangalore stands as a major IT hub attracting the business enthusiasts from all over the world. The city, with its beautiful attractions, also promises to be a delight for leisure travelers as well as bag packers. So, while staying at Ramada Yelahanka Bengaluru, don’t forget to take out some time and explore these locations:
Situated in the midst of the bustling metropolis, Devanahalli Fort has its roots dipped in the history of 18th century. The fort has seen several royal patronages starting from the birth of the Tiger of Mysore, Tipu Sultan. Spanning over a vast area of 20 acres, the monument depicts an excellent architecture and is embellished with some hidden treasures.
Ramada Yelahanka Bengaluru is one of the few resorts in Bangalore near Hebbal. Blessed with nature’s bounty, Hebbal Lake is a real paradise for the bird watchers. This natural splendor is one among the three lakes built in the 16th century by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bangalore. Spend a tranquil evening by the waterfront and gaze at the sky during the splendid sunset.
Located in the Vasanth Nagar of Bangalore, Bangalore Palace is a royal charm of the city, which dates back to 1878. This architectural grandeur is the most fascinating proof of one of the most powerful dynasties of South India. The carvings on the insides of the palace are a depiction of the royal cultures and tradition.
Encircled by five mesmerizing hills- Brahma Giri, Vishnu Giri, Skanda Giri, Divya Giri and Nandi Hills, the Bhoganandishwara Temple Complex offers a sight worth beholding. Standing as the finest Dravidian temple in Bangalore, the complex consists of a variety of shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha and Devi. Soak in the tranquility of the pond situated in the middle of the temple while you are here.
Situated away from the metropolitan hustle, Nandi Hills is a complete paradise on its own. The enchanting hills got its name from the shape resembling that of a sleeping bull. With a breathtaking scenery, vibrant flora and breezy ambience, a visit to Nandi Hills is surely a soothing experience. While you take a walk along the hills, explore the Tipu’s Drop, Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple, Tipu’s Summer Residence situated on the hill.