Pune is one of the fastest growing cities in Maharashtra. The IT boom has made the city more cosmopolitan. With a number of multi-specialty hospitals coming up, it has become one of the most preferred cities for medical tourism. Besides, this city holds a very important position in the history of the region. It has seen a line of Rajas and Peshwas who have left behind beautiful pieces of art and architecture. From the buzzing city of Pune, a getaway is a must.
A number of Pune to Bangalore flights Fare take us to another beautiful city. This, being the capital city of the state of the South Indian state of Karnataka, is one of the most happening and busy cities in the country. Yet, its tranquillity stands undisturbed. It is fondly called the Garden City, City of Lakes and Silicon Valley of India. The ever-hospitable climate welcomes people from all walks of life for a variety of reasons.
The city boasts of a number of tourist attractions to satisfy people of all age groups.
The serene Lalbagh Gardens, the lush green Cubbon Park, the very informative Visveswaraya Museum, ChitrakalaParishat’screative art galore and the peaceful Sankey Tank are the must-visit places in Bangalore. The VV Puram food street has everything to offer the tingling taste buds. A metro ride from the famous MG Road to Indiranagar will take you to some of the best pubs and breweries in the city. The nightlife that this city boasts of, is a wholly different experience altogether.
A short drive towards Dodballapur from the hustle and bustle of the city, the magnificence of Nandi Hills and Skandagiri is very welcoming. This would take just as long as a Pune to Bangalore flight would. There are several such weekend getaways from the city – an overnight trek to Antharagange, Manchinbele, Makalidurgaare a few to be mentioned. One could just watch the sun sinking into the horizon on a breezy hilltop and feel the warm rejuvenating experience.
The heritage city of Mysore is just a 2-3 hour bus journey from the city of Bangalore on the NICE road.
This city boasts of a rich culture and tradition that has preserved over years. During the 10 days of Dusshera, the whole city is lit up to celebrate the festival.
Mysore Palace is one of the major tourist attractions. It is also called the Amba Vilas Palace and is very well maintained. The Wadiyars, who ruled the State of Mysore, have their descendants staying in a part of the palace, while the rest is for tourists to see.
The Chamundi temple, dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari is on a hilltop. An early morning short cycle ride from the base of the hill to the top promises a very enthralling and refreshing experience.
The Brindavan Gardens and Krishna Raja Sagar dam have been shooting locations since forever. They attract a large number of tourists throughout the year. The dam serves as a major water source to all the neighbouring villages and towns. The very beautiful and peaceful St. Philomena’s Church is a must visit.
The neighbouring town of Srirangapatna boasts of a magnificent temple dedicated to Lord Ranganatha. It is also the town where three tributaries of the River Cauvery meet, called TriveniSangama.
In Mysore, the MylariDosa and Churmuriare few of the dishes that one must try.
The whole visit to Bangalore and Mysore will be a very delightful and refreshing one. There’s everything that one can ask for – good food, beautiful pieces of architecture, natural beauty and wonderful. Book your Pune to Bangalore flights’ ticket now!