Senior Travel in BangaloreEdit This
Seniors traveling in Bangalore have many options in regards to sight seeing tours and fun-filled activities. Due to its cosmopolitan culture, the city is very friendly and safe for the seniors. There are many options for enjoyment and relaxation which are not strenious on the health.Garden Tour
Bangalore is also known as “The Garden City” due to several beautiful gardens in the heart of the city. Each of them is well known for its landscaping and lush green environment. Touring these gardens is sure to be a memorable part of your trip here. LalBagh is renowned for its exquisite collection of trees and plants. You can also enjoy the beauty sitting by the lakeside here. Cubbon Park is well known for its bamboo groves. There are many magnificent buildings like Vidhan Soudha, Bangalore Aquarium, Children amusement park, Planetarium and High Court inside the park that are a must see on a trip to Bangalore. Ulsoor Lake is well known for boating and hired cruises. It is perfect place for day outing with families. You can also enjoy the view of the lake sitting in the park. There are also several museums which can give you good idea about the culture and history of the city.
There are many ancient and new temples in and around the city which should be seen during your trip. Apart from place of worship, these temples are some of the best examples of Indian architecture. The Bull Temple is built in Dravidian style of architecture and has a huge idol of Nandi Bull curved out of single rock. According to Hindu Mythology, Nandi Bull is the vehicle of Lord Shiva. It is one of the oldest temples of the city. Sri Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is another ancient temple famous for a unique phenomenon. During Makar Sankranti, the sunrays pass through the horns of The Nandi Bull and fall on the Shivlingam inside the temple for an hour. ISKCON Temple, built in neo-classic style of architecture, is another must see in Bangalore. Situated on the hilltop, it gives very good views of the surrounding areas. Most of the temples have ample resting areas and refreshment facilities, so if you get tired you can take a rest and eat before moving on.
Bangalore is very renowned for its nightlife culture. After a hectic day of sightseeing tours, bars and lounges are the best places to relax in the evening. Most of the bars have live bands and music. Moreover, you can enjoy great Multi-cuisines here. Some of the well known lounges in the city are Tiffanys, Ice, and Opus.