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Day 1Arrive Bangalore

Warm welcome at the Bengaluru Airport, tranfer to hotel.

check-in and ovenright at the hotel.

Cosmopolitan Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) is one of India’s most progressive and developed cities, blessed with a benevolent climate, a modern metro system, and a burgeoning drinking, dining and shopping scene. The political hub of the region, Bengaluru is a world apart from the rest of the state and in many ways India’s most Westernized urban centre. Once a sleepy cantonment, the charming, verdant “Garden City” of just over 600,0000 people at Independence has been completely transformed by the technology boom into both a trendy, racy business hub and a bustling, megalopolis of nearly twelve million, perhaps the fastest growing city in India.

Day 2 Bangalore

Breakfast at the hotel, proceed for sightseeing of Bengaluru.

Later, a short walking tour in the iconic eateries in the Chamarajapet and Shankarpuram area of Bengaluru.

Overnight at the hotel.

Bengaluru City Tour
City tour of Bengaluru includes Vidhana Soudha: Conceived by the then Chief Minister of Mysuru State, Sri Kengal Hanumanthaiah, this magnificent structure was completed in 1956 that houses the State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka. Cubbon Park: A green haven spread across 300 acres, Cubbon Park provides Bengalureans with a refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life right in the middle of the city. Lalbagh Botanical Garden, is one of Bengaluru’s major attractions. A sprawling garden situated in a 240 acres piece of land in the heart of the city, Lalbagh houses India’s largest collection of tropical plants and sub-tropical plants, including trees that are several centuries old. ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) temple in Bengaluru is one of the largest of its kind in India. Inaugurated in 1997 by former President of India, Sri. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the Krishna temple is a mixture of the contemporary and the spiritual. Bangalore Palace: Turreted parapets, battlements, fortified towers and arches adorn this regal architectural masterpiece modelled on the Windsor Castle in England.

Snack walking tour of Chamrajapet
Not many know about the iconic eateries in the Chamarajapet and Shankarpuram area of Bengaluru. In this walk we take guests to sample the best chaats (Indian fast food) in this part of town as well as other delicacies like idlis, vadas, dosas, etc. The walk starts from an iconic eatery which is more of a hole-in-wall kind of outlet doling out probably the best idlis and vadas in Bangalore. Post this we stop at a legendary eatery that offers chaats. We end the walk with the best dosas & rice baat from another small eatery close-by.

Day 3Bangalore

Breakfast at the hotel.

Prooced for an exursion to Nandi Hills, visit a local vineyard.

Also, have lunch at the vineyard.

Overnight at the hotel.

Excursion to Vineyards in Nandi Hills
As uncommon as it sounds, visiting the various vineyards hidden in the outskirts of Bangalore is one of the best and most fascinating activities to indulge in during the cooler months. Spend the day watching and learning about the wine-making process, and finish the day by treating your taste buds to the lavish richness of bottled elixirs. Vineyard visit in Bangalore has become the perfect alternative option for those who love to take the offbeat track.

Karnataka is the second largest producer of wine grapes in India and home to some of the country’s renowned wineries and vineyards. Nandi Valley and Kavery Valley are the most prominent wine regions in the state producing world-class wines with diverse varieties and styles: from easy-drinking fruit-forward wines to barrel matured reserve wines to delicious sparkling wines. Experience the charm of the vineyards, taste the finest home-grown wines and learn the fine nuances of winemaking on a guided wine tour these wineries offer. The proximity from Bangalore makes most of these wineries an ideal destination for day trips.

Day 4Departure

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to airport for flight for onwards destination.