Bangalore Palace is located right in the city at just 5 Kms from Bangalore railway station. Bangalore Palace is a great place to visit as a part of sightseeing in Bangalore and there are lots of other options too in Bangalore to include in a one day sightseeing trip in Bangalore. If you have more time then a visit to the Nandi Hills and Devarayanadurga is also warranted!
Bangalore City is one of India's most attractive cities with beautiful parks, avenues and impressive buildings for sightseeing and tour. The best way to cover a lot of ground on a day tour and take in temples, palaces, churches and museums, is to take the conducted day bus tour. The tourism Dept offers hop-on hop-off tours that take you to interesting landmarks, such as the Tipu Sultan palace, the famous Bull Temple, Lalbagh gardens, Ulsoor Lake, Vidhana Soudha and the Museum.
Located at about 60 Kms from Bangalore Nandi Hills is a hill station ideal for a one day picnic near Bangalore.The origin of Arkavathi and Palar rivers at a height of 4,851 feet Nandi Hills is an ideal one day get away from Bangalore. A solid monolithic mass, Nandi hills has the distinction of having been the summer retreat of Tipu Sulthan and playing host to Mahathma Gandhi while recuperating during 1936 when he had very high blood pressure.
Bannerghatta National Park
Bannerghatta National Park is situated 22 km south of Bangalore. This hilly place is the home for one of the richest natural, zoological reserves. The 25,000 acre (101 km≤) zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction of Bangalore.
Built in an ornate architectural style, the Krishna Temple is a blend of modern technology and spiritual harmony. The temple is situated in Seshadripuram, and finest fusion of modern and traditional elements of architecture. The ISKCON temple in Uttarahalli is spread over 8 acres of land atop a hill Its ISKCONís largest temple complex in the world.