Bangalore is called the “Silicon Valley” of India, the city received this name because of the large number of high-tech factories located in its territory. But the city attracts tourists not at all by the variety of industrial centers and Service Apartments Bangalore, but by a multitude of historical and architectural monuments.
The Bangalore Metro or Namma Metro (translated as Our Metro) opened just a couple of years ago and consists of two lines running from north to south and from west to east. Also, the use of buses is complicated by the fact that you can hardly read the information on the route and destination written on them.
One of the main attractions is the Cabbona Museum named after the country’s chief commissar. It was founded in 1864 and is located in the central part of the city. From all sides the museum is surrounded by a park of the same name. The park also houses the state museum, which stores collections of coins, sculptures and ceramic products.
Another attraction is the Planetarium, built in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Jawaharlal Nehru (he was the country’s first prime minister).
The Lalbagh garden, near by the Service Apartments Bangalore, where more than a thousand species of flowers and trees are represented, is considered to be a true example of untouched nature. Roses here alone have more than one and a half hundred species, and the main decoration of the garden is an artificial pond in which magnificent lotuses grow.
Travelers who love unusual entertainment in Bangalore should visit the “Snow City”. This is the name of one of the most original entertainment centers of the city, in which visitors are invited to play snowballs and ride from the real snow slides at any time of the year. All visitors to the center are provided with warm clothing for hire, so you can look here even at the height of a hot summer day.