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From religious sites to manicured parks and beautiful lakes to nature parks, Bengaluru boasts of rich culture and fascinating history. Earlier known as Bangalore, the capital city of the Indian state, Karnataka, experiences pleasant weather all round the year. It is famous for the 300-acre Cubbon Park, Snow City and Bangalore Palace.

Also, Lal Bagh, Bannerghatta National Park and UB City Mall are some of the other popular attractions for the people visiting Bengaluru. Besides being known as the IT hub of India, the city is also popular for its vibrant nightlife. You can book flights to Bengaluru with IndiGo to experience this amazing metro city. Flight bookings to Bengaluru can be made on IndiGo’s website - or mobile application.

Bengaluru flight schedule

With several offers and discounts, IndiGo lets its customers book cheap flights to Bangalore that fly from various cities in the country. Besides, here is a list of some popular IndiGo flight routes that ensure a comfortable journey...

  • Delhi to Bengaluru: There are 20 Delhi to Bengaluru flights that take 2 hours and 50 minutes to reach its destination. The connecting flights take a halt either in Ahmedabad or Surat, which extends the total travel time from Delhi. The aerial distance between the two cities is 1740 km.
  • Mumbai to Bengaluru: IndiGo operates 16 Mumbai to Bengaluru flights. The time taken to complete the journey is approximately 2 hours. The aerial distance between the two cities is 840 km. Further, the stopover flights take 9 hours and 50 minutes.
  • Pune to Bengaluru: Covering a distance of 734 km, the Pune to Bengaluru flights by IndiGo prioritize the comfort of passengers. The non-stop flight takes one and a half hours, whereas the connecting flights take 8 hours, including the halt time.
  • Kolkata to Bengaluru: The aerial distance between Kolkata and Bengaluru is 1560 km. And, IndiGo operates regular flights between Kolkata and Bengaluru.

Bengaluru – The Silicon Valley of India

Bengaluru is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city that is home to numerous tech giants making it a global hub for innovation and entrepreneurship. Apart from its tech prowess, Bengaluru boasts a pleasant climate throughout the year, earning it the moniker of the "Garden City of India." Lush green parks, such as Lalbagh and Cubbon Park, offer a respite from the urban hustle and bustle. The city also has a thriving culinary scene, with a wide range of restaurants and street food stalls serving delectable South Indian cuisine.

Bengaluru's cultural scene is equally vibrant, with theatres, music venues, and art galleries showcasing the city's creative spirit. It hosts various festivals and events, including the Bangalore Literature Festival and Bengaluru International Film Festival, which draw enthusiasts from different walks of life. In summary, Bengaluru is a city of contrasts, seamlessly blending its rich historical roots with cutting-edge technology, lush greenery with urban development, and a deep-rooted cultural heritage with a modern cosmopolitan lifestyle. It continues to evolve, attracting individuals seeking opportunities, innovation, and a high quality of life.

Places to visit in Bengaluru 

Bengaluru provides visitors with some fantastic sightseeing spots. In light of this, we've compiled a list of the top five attractions in Bengaluru that are close by and most highly rated.

  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden: Bengaluru's Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a centre for botanical art, scientific study of plants, and plant conservation that is well-known both nationally and globally. In addition to the famed glass house, which hosts an annual flower display, and showcases an aquarium and a lake, this botanical park is a photographer's paradise.
  • Go for an exciting jungle safari at Bannerghatta National Park: The Bannerghatta National Park, which is around 20 km from Bengaluru, serves as a shelter for a wide range of plants and animals. The park itself is home to several enterprises, including the first butterfly park in the nation. The modest, clearly defined wildlife zones in Bannerghatta National Park are its finest feature, almost ensuring that you will see the animals there. You can go for an exciting jungle safari at this national park.
  • Bengaluru Palace: The Majestic Bengaluru Palace is a specimen of exemplary and beautiful architecture, and it preserves the flavour of former regal grandeur. The palace, which serves as Bengaluru's main draw, was constructed in 1878. The palace is 45,000 square feet and is incredibly large. The opulent palace that we see now is a fusion of Tudor and Scottish Gothic design.
  • Cubbon Park: A popular tourist destination with lush green flora is Cubbon Park in Bengaluru. It is located in the city's green belt and is the perfect location for individuals who enjoy the outdoors and peaceful surroundings. More than 6,000 trees may be found there, which maintain a thriving environment. The Bengaluru Aquarium is another well-known attraction in Cubbon Park.
  • Nandi Hills: One of the tourist destinations that is a well-known weekend retreat in Bengaluru is Nandi Hills. The location, which is dotted with temples and monuments, is surrounded by fascinating views, home to magnificently carved arches, and imposing pillars with delicately painted walls and ceilings. As a result, this location is no less than a hidden paradise.

Best time to visit Bengaluru

Bengaluru is ideal throughout the year, but the best time to visit Bengaluru is during the winter months, which span from late October to early March. This period offers the most pleasant weather in the city, with mild temperatures and minimal rainfall. However, keep in mind, since winter is a popular tourist season in Bengaluru, accommodation and flights may be in higher demand. It's advisable to plan and book in advance to secure the best options.

Bengaluru Airport 

Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, India, is served by Kempegowda International Airport. It is situated 30 km north of the city, close to the neighbourhood of Devanahalli, and covers an area of 4,000 acres. The IATA code for Kempegowda International Airport is BLR.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the official name of Bengaluru Airport?

The official name of Bengaluru's international airport is Kempegowda International Airport (BLR).

How far is Bengaluru Airport from the city centre?

Kempegowda International Airport is approximately 40 kilometres from the city centre, and travel time can vary depending on traffic conditions.

How many terminals are there at Bengaluru Airport?

Bengaluru Airport has separate terminals for domestic and international flights. The domestic terminal is known as Terminal 1 (T1), while the international terminal is known as Terminal 2 (T2).

What is the best way to get from the airport to the city?

Travellers can choose from various transportation options, including airport taxis, app-based ride-sharing services, private car rentals, and airport shuttles. The airport also has a dedicated bus service called Vayu Vajra that connects the airport to various parts of the city.

Are there restaurants inside the Bengaluru Airport?

The airport provides a variety of dining options, including restaurants, cafes, fast-food outlets, and snack bars serving a range of cuisines to cater to different tastes.

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