Meet your guide in central Bengaluru and get an overview of the city’s heritage. Then, delve into the colorful streets, hearing about Bengaluru’s past glories, and its place as the India’s high-tech capital as you walk.
Soak in the atmosphere as you stroll to St. Mark’s Cathedral. Admire this colonial-era, 19th-century domed church and hear how its design was inspired by London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral.
See the statues of Mahatma Gandhi and Queen Victoria, and continue to the Government Museum. Here, explore some of the 18 galleries of coins, paintings and artifacts charting Bengaluru’s ancient and medieval history, ensuring you see the 5,000-year-old relics from the Indus Valley civilization.
Stroll around Cubbon Park, the park that gave Bengaluru its ‘Garden City’ nickname. Wander the tree-shaded lawns laid down in the 19th century, and hear how locals continuing using the park's name despite several renaming attempts.
Pass the red-painted High Court of Bangalore and secretariat buildings, and admire the Vidhana Soudha, the imposing seat of state legislature.
View the M. Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium and arrive at MG road, one of Bengaluru’s busiest shopping and eating districts.
Absorb this hectic thoroughfare, and get recommendations for restaurants from your guide before finishing back at the start point.