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Experience authentic Bangalore on this amazing walking tour of the old town with our fun and entertaining storytellers. This walking tour will give you a great induction of the city, its history, its vibrant culture, and its people with lots of wonderful stories about the city, fun facts and must do things in the city.
Explore and experience some of the most important places of this beautiful city that are not to be missed, including some hidden yet prominent lanes and places that we bet you can't even find on internet. Visiting these places will truly enrich your experience of visiting the city, and if you are an observer, these mesmerizing places will definitely charm you and hold your interest throughout the tour.
We follow a unique style of ‘infotainment’ to ensure that you enjoy the tour and don't get bored, irrespective of whether you love history or not, this walking tour will be a unique, fun and memorable experience for you.
I have an unbridled passion for the city, especially it's historical significance of various places worth a mention. I'm well-versed in English and can get down to explaining a detailed understanding of events that actually went down at these spots. I can assure great company, awesome music and a fun time :)
********* See the remains of an old Bangalore Fort, the abandoned armoury and the summer house of the former great Mysore ruler - Tipu Sultan. Delve into the cultural side by seeing a 300 year old temple with its intricate architecture. See the lush green spaces of a park unparalled by no other built during the British Raj. Explore the various statues and memorials situated here. Take a look at some fine examples of South Indian architecture of an imposing, majestic Legislative building & the High Court. Check out what a cantonment church looked like from back in the day of the British rule. And finally, the Bangalore Palace which belonged to the Wodeyar dynasty **********
Take a deep dive into Bengaluru’s "Pete" Market on this half-day small-group walking tour. Soak in the sights and sounds of what is the city’s heart and soul, and explore areas selling rice, cotton, and other goods. Meet vendors, visit jewelry and silk workshops, absorb the scents and colors of the photo-worthy flower market, and see the Tipu Palace and Kote Venkateshwara temple. Tour includes snack stops, lunch at a local eatery, and entrance fees.
See beautiful Bangalore with a photographer’s eye on this private photowalk. You’ll begin early morning in the lively Grand Flower Market, where trucks arrive laden with fresh blooms and petals. Next you’ll visit the centuries-old Bangalore Fort, Hindu Temple Kote Venkataramana, and Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace. Your guide will lead you from site to site with careful attention to safety.
Follow in the footsteps of Tipu Sultan with this history-themed day tour. Visit the Lalbagh Botanical Garden, built by Tipu Sultan’s father; the armory where he stored weapons for his battles against the British; and his ornate Summer Palace. See the Kote Venkataraman Temple and the Bangalore Fort before concluding your tour in the lively KR Market. Your guide will share colorful stories from Tipu Sultan’s life as you explore.
Bengaluru, formerly Bangalore, boasts a rich ancient past and 19th-century history that speaks of the days of the British Raj. This 4-hour private heritage walking lets you explore both side-by-side, exploring old-world Bengaluru and its colonial-era landmarks. See St. Michael’s Cathedral and 19th-century Cubbon Park, Bengaluru’s green oasis, and visit the Government Museum to uncover the city’s ancient and medieval past.
Get under the skin of daily Bengaluru life with a 2.5-hour guided shopping tour of KR Market, more popularly known as City Market. Visit early morning when trade is at the briskest, and soak in the colors and cacophony of the flower, food and spice stalls. Clinch the best deals helped by your guide, enjoy a typically Indian vegetarian breakfast, and if it’s a Sunday, browse the neighboring Sunday Bazaar. Breakfast included.
Swap Bengaluru’s tourist sights for one of its traditional industries — silk-weaving — on a private tour. Stroll through the Old City, and visit a temple. Then, observe some of Bengaluru’s few remaining silk weavers making its famous ‘saris’ (robes worn by Indian women) at a workshop. Watch them reel, spin, dye, and weave; seeing the enormous work that goes into each silk sari. Includes a south Indian breakfast at a popular restaurant.
If you have time for one tour in Bengaluru, formerly Bangalore, this 4-hour private walk offers a balanced picture of the city’s history and highlights, with convenient hotel transfers. Stroll around Bengaluru’s colonial-era landmarks including Cubbon Park and St. Michael’s Cathedral, and explore the city’s cultural and Indian heritage at the Government Museum and other sights. Hotel pickup and drop-off at the start and finish are included.
Joining locals over street food is a great way to get to know a city. This 3-hour private evening food tour puts it on a plate for you, with a guided walk along Bengaluru’s famous Food Street, known as Thindi Beedi. Sample local street favorites like 'dosas' (rice pancakes), 'holige' (sweet flatbreads) and more, enjoying tastings equivalent to a delicious, filling dinner. Upgrade to include hotel pickup and drop-off.
Bangalore is a foodies destination and for centuries it is known for its rich and yummy food culture, we are fortunate today that this rich food culture is preserved in the form of small food joints by some thoughtful people for generations.
We have designed this amazing experience for you with an intention to take you to these places for food tasting, so that you can also cherish this food, feast your taste buds and have a fabulous and lasting impression.
Stroll the lanes with oldest food shop of the old town Bangalore, taste variety of local dishes, Tangy Chats, Mouth watering desserts. You will taste more than 7 mouth watering and authentic delicacies of royal Bangalore on this food tour, if you are a food lover and enjoy experiencing different kind of foods, then you should not miss this walking tour because trust us, you will surely regret it later.
Get a great overview of Bangalore with this morning walking tour. Begin by exploring the tranquil grounds of the Lalbagh Botanical Garden, then visit a local restaurant for a traditional South Indian breakfast. Travel to Basavanagudi, Bangalore’s Bull Temple; the Dodda Ganapathy temple with its giant Ganesha statue; temples built into natural caves, and more. End your tour by checking out a few of the city’s lively bazaars.
Bengaluru, AKA Bangalore, has some of the best nightlife in India, and with this pub crawl experience you'll get to drink your way through some of the finest watering holes. You'll visit the first American craft brewery in India, a good place to eat or play darts before heading to the Church Street Social, a popular local hangout. You'll then go to two more bars, including the city's first craft brewery!
Fresh produce, vibrant bazaars and their numerous crisscross lanes, a medley of exotic and native fruits and vegetables on display, coupled with century old tales - this trail is a mix of both the young and the old markets of Bangalore. The twin markets are strikingly different and this contrast can be clearly seen as we walk amidst the chaos of the bazaars.
The trail covers the charming KR Market and the Upmarket, Russel Market.
While the City Market rose from being a water body to a battlefield and finally to a market, the Russell Market came up as a bazaar for the Europeans and was the place for exotic vegetables, fruits and meat.
Today each market has a character of its own. The flower market of the City is very famous with mounds of orange and yellow marigolds, sevanthiges, jasmines etc. Russell Market is famous for its dates, fresh fruits and vegetables. But these are just the icing to the cake. There's much more to explore in and around these markets. Explore with us.
If you want to feel the exciting journey of HAL and how it shaped the strength of our defence forces, then this tour will surely excite you. Be prepared to hear some untold stories of our air warriors and get insights on some of the finest aircraft ever produced in the history of aviation. Facts and figures of any aircraft are easily available and are easily forgotten, but stories that lie behind their creation and of those who flew them are proudly remembered. So, do not expect getting bombarded by boring Wikipedia facts about any aircraft, rather come to get inspired by witnessing India's Flights of Inspiration at HAL Museum.
One of the most valuable cities in India, Bangalore is called Silicon Valley of India. Beautiful parks, picturesque lakes, and pleasant weather make it a great tourist place and experiences footfall round the year. If you are in this third largest city, you cannot miss this tour.
This tour allows you to explored to best and unexplored places of Bangalore. The guide takes you to all the places that are intriguing and has a lot of stories. Venkatappa Art Gallery, Department of Archaeology and Museums, Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, UB City Mall, Tower, Aquarium, St. Mark's Cathedral and Mahatma Gandhi Park, Pass through the old market, museum, heritage buildings, centuries-old Temples, Cubbon Park, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Minsk Square, High Court of Karnataka (Attara Kacheri), Vidhana Soudha, Mahatma Gandhi Statue, Press Club, and other nearby buildings are all that would be covered.
Tour Timings: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Explore the historic and famous temples in and around city to enhance your travel experience, this walk is not to be missed if you want to enjoy religious aspect of Bangalore in its true sense.
Walk around the ancient place that is riddled with history and heritage, narrow alleys of temples and watch from the eye of a native, their prime importance in local and the various religious faiths of India, an unmatched local experience with awesome stories that you to remember for lifetime.
The urgency of the streets and the buzz of constantly flowing traffic hides from view the beautiful old Bangalore Cantonment’s Suburbs – the ‘Towns’ of Bangalore.
Bengaluru's 'Bangalore' has many towns - Richmond Town, Benson Town, Cox Town, Fraser Town etc.- with an English past. Admire the architecture of the ancient cathedrals, the monkey tops and the trellises of tiled tall roofed bungalows, a lifestyle far more relaxed than the modern world.
The Towns of Bangalore, beyond the English, were a mix of diverse cultures and communities, bound by businesses and trade. Largely residential, these have today unified into ‘Bruhut Bengaluru’ and have been ‘Indianised’ in some areas & roads. The pretty yesteryear laidback lifestyle and cottages have given way to a busier lifestyle, matched by traffic and little apartment blocks.
However, there’s still many places that seem to have rooted to an era. Walk with us down this memory lane.
A cultural evangelist will help you experience the culture of Bangalore through its food. You will sample snacks from across India. Dosa, Idli & Holige from South, Pav Bhaji & Dabeli from West, Chats from North & Sweets from East.
Spices, fruits, vegetables and flowers will assault your senses at KR Market, the largest wholesale market in Bangalore.
We will travel by Metro Rail between the Market and Food Street.
A cultural evangelist, born and brought up in this locality will lead the walk. Visit 3 unique temples. A temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, the mischievous God, an ancient temple after which the locality is named, and a Bull temple steeped in mystery.
The Bazaars of Malleswaram are a riot of colors and offer some great bargains.
Tasting Idli, Vada & other delicacies in popular local eateries is a highlight of this tour. A sip of Filter Kaapi take you back to the Bangalore of old when it was a pensioners paradise.
Known for its linguistic and ethnic diversity, Fraser town with its many thoroughfares is lined with eateries and stores that offer a veritable mix of the old and the new.
Through the lanes of Cantonment, with an eclectic mix of cultures and languages, we embark on a journey for Bangalore's best delicacies.
Mosques, Churches, Monkey Tops and Bungalows co-exist happily in this part of town. The old gels perfectly with new - the result is a quintessential combo you cannot resist.
Amidst this delightful old world charm, enjoy some choicest Khoya naans, halwa puris, kulfis and many other local dishes as the food walk combines delightful nostalgic snippets with sumptuous meal.
Whether it is the quest for the best Biryani in Fraser town or simply an experience sampling great food in the company of other foodies at some of the oldest as well as new outlets - the walk is sure to delight all foodies.
In this 2 hours guided walking tour, understand the historical tales of Bangalore and visit Tipu Sultan Summer Palace, Bangalore Fort, churches, temples and a bustling market. Enjoy the company of an experienced tour guide as he narrates you the tales.
This is the only such tour where the participants get a chance to be the seller and try selling the fruits or vegetables to people. Its a unique experience you will not get anywhere.
This is reason enough you have to sign up for this tour