Walking tour of a city is always fun and interesting. It helps you understand a city and its neighbourhoods better. Walking along and exploring a city brings you close to the people, heritage and culture of the place. Self guided Bangalore walking tours are easy to do and not strenuous.
We always love to explore the place we go to on foot. We normally take a walking tour with a guide for lack of information for a self guided walking tour. A self-guided walking tour also allows you to spend your time leisurely and absorb the essence of the place.
We were mulling on this idea of “Self-guided walking tours” for Bangalore. These self-guided walking tours are easy to do. We have made sure the walking tour covers around 5 KMs and can be done in 4-5 hours. With adequate breaks, it helps explore neighbourhoods by walking around leisurely.
Bangalore walking tours are good way to explore the city. The city of Bangalore has many things which can be seen and experienced on foot. We continue to build on this list of walking tours to cover different parts of the city.
Put on your shoe and keep walking. And exploring!
Bangalore Walking Tours 1 – Bombat Basavanagudi!!
Basavanagudi is bombat (“bombat” in Kannada slang means “Fantastic”) There is no doubt about it. We invite you to explore its wide and tree canopied streets. Lovely parks, iconic eating places. The Vibrant and colourful market in Gandhi Bazar is a photographers’ paradise. And of course it has some well-known temples as well.
All this make Basavanagudi a great place for a walking tour. This is nothing but Bangalore of the yore! Incidentally, Basavanagudi is the second planned suburb of Bangalore along with Malleswaram.
Check this link for all details of the self guided walking tour of Basavanagudi – http://traveltwosome.com/basavanagudi-walking-tour/
Bangalore Walking Tours 2 – Marvellous Malleswaram!
In this second part of the series on Bangalore Walking tours, we encourage you to explore marvellous Malleshwaram! We invite you on this Malleswaram walking tour to explore its wide and tree canopied streets. Lovely parks. Iconic eating places. And of course it has some well-known temples as well.
All this make Malleswaram a great place for a walking tour. This is nothing but Bangalore of the yore! Incidentally, Malleswaram is the second planned suburb of Bangalore along with Basavanagudi.
Check this link for all details of the self guided walking tour of Malleswaram – http://traveltwosome.com/malleswaram-walking-tour/
Bangalore Walking Tours 3 – Tipu Sultan Palace & More….
Have you visited Tipu Sultan Palace in Bangalore? Did you know that Bangalore has a Tipu Sultan Palace? Yes, it does and is in good condition! Though smaller than what it used to be. Tipu Sultan Palace and Bangalore Fort was the centre point of the Bangalore city in 17th century. It was around the palace and fort that the city developed.
The Bangalore fort area which was later administered by Maharaja of Mysore saw lot of development and many elegant public buildings were built. This walking tour will help you explore Tipu Sultan palace, lovely buildings, a temple and a church.
Check this link for all details of the self guided walking tour of Tipu Sultan Palace and surroundings – http://traveltwosome.com/tipu-sultan-palace-walking-tour/
We will continue to add to this series of Bangalore Walking Tours as and when we publish the next Self guided walking tour!
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