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Fabulous and exquisite places to visit in a day around Bangalore – Escape from the city

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Have you been recently planning for a weekend getaway? If you reside in the southern part of India, Bangalore can be an ideal place to visit. Well, you must be wondering what you would do visiting the busy city where everyone is busy with their work. But no, you might not be aware of some of the fabulous and exquisite places in and around Bangalore which can take your breath away. Rejuvenate yourself by visiting some refreshing places throughout Bangalore and help yourself in breaking the monotony of routine life. This place is appreciated for its stunning combination of countryside life and urban life which is very much prevalent in the city suburbs.

You are able to plan a number of trips around Bangalore. From forts to palaces, waterfalls to lakes, hills to natural rock formations, there’s almost little bit of everything in Bangalore which can satisfy the traveler desires inside you. Read on the rest of the article to check out some such places that you may visit.

Sightseeing #1: Chikballapura

This is a place famous for rock climbing and sightseeing. 59 kms is the exact distance of this place from Bangalore and you may take up to 1 hours and 10 minutes to reach Chikballapura. This is known as the nearest picnic spot in Bangalore which is enclosed by 5 hills and is popular for hiking, trekking and exploring and experiencing natural beauty. If you love rock climbing, this is the place to be and you can also visit temples to worship various idols. Chikballapura is famous for incense and silk industry.

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Sightseeing #2: Savanadurga

This is yet another place famous for trekking and rock climbing. Savanadurga is situated 60 kms from Bangalore and you may take 1 hours and 20 minutes to reach this spot. Savanadurga is considered as the largest monolith hill in Asia and it is one of the most frequented spots near Bangalore by those tourists who go there to visit the temples which are nestled at the foothills. This is a best place for the adventure-lovers who love rock climbing.

Sightseeing #3: Shivagange

This sight is popular for hills and trekking and also for its scenic beauty. Located 60 kms away from Bangalore, you will take 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach this place. Shivagange is the name of a hill rock located near Bangalore, popular as a pilgrimage center and adventure spot. You will find a Shiva temple here and a spring by the name of Ganga from which this place derives its name. It has got a trekking trail and you can easily go out for a trek of about 3 km to the top of the hill. For one-day picnic spots near Bangalore, this is one of the best.

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Sightseeing #4: Nandi Hills

This spot is famous for trekking, sunrise and hills. You will take 1 hour and 18 minutes to reach this spot which is located at a distance of 62 km from Bangalore. Nandi Hills is one of the most popular weekend getaways near Bangalore and the hill fortress is a popular spot for trekking. The exquisite statue of Nandi, the bull at the doorstep of Yoganandeeshwara Temple is where the place derives its name. You can get an awesome view of the beautiful sunrise from the top o the hill and it is even possible to visit some other places like Amrita sarovar and Muddenahalli.

Therefore, if you’re planning a weekend visit to Bangalore, don’t waste your time sitting in your relative’s home or in the hotel. Plan a quick trip around the spots in Bangalore so that you can experience some of the best days of your life.

 

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