Discover Bangalore history, culture and architecture on a 3.5-hour walking tour with a traditional south Indian breakfast. Explore the historic highlights of Bangalore’s colonial past, then step back in time at the Government Museum, where a remarkable collection of art and artifacts brings the ancient cultures of the Indus Valley to life. Get the perfect introduction and overview of Bangalore by visiting India’s bustling, cosmopolitan capital of high-tech and industry with a local guide.
Meet your guide at St. Mark’s Cathedral, then join your small group of fellow travelers for breakfast in a nearby south Indian restaurant. Try two of Bangalore’s most iconic dishes: dosai, a rice and lentil pancake, and idly vada, a steamed rice cake eaten with sambar and chutney.
Return to the cathedral to explore the architectural details and history of the site, which evokes India's colonial past, then continue to the statues of Mahatma Gandhi and Queen Victoria. Visit the striking Government Museum to browse a collection of stone carvings, artifacts and art that fill 18 galleries across two sprawling floors.
Get a taste of nature in the heart of the city at Cubbon Park, a 300-acre (121-ha.) preserve with broad, canna-lined avenues, monuments and trees from around the region. Make a final stop at the High Court of Bangalore and the Vidhana Soudha to see the modern-day seats of local government.