Architecture Tour of Bangalore

Tour info

Duration
2 hours
Group Size
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Meeting Point
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Why take this tour?

Bangalore's architecture holds stories of the city's life phases: all the way from the scattered ruins from the 18th century that merge with the new glass and steel structures of the booming IT City, the silicon valley of India; the understated hindu mud and brick homes, to the fast disappearing colonial mansions that were once occupied by serving British Army officers of the Madaras regiment; stone structures that house public buildings is one of those Indian cities which is known for it's architecture offices, to shacks in the slums; ancient temples and gothic churches.The architecture tour takes you through stories of Bangalore though its buildings and ruins. Because every stone has a tale to tell!

What’s included?

  • A friendly English Speaking tour ambassador

  • Transportation (combination of car or metro or tuk tuk) whenever required

  • A limited selection of Food / Refreshments along the way

  • GST (Goods and Services Tax)

  • Bottled water

  • Entry/Admission - UB City

  • Entry/Admission - Cubbon Park

  • Entry/Admission - St. Mary's Basilica

  • Gratuities

  • Special Home Dining experience available on request and subject to availability, at 1000 INR/person.

  • Personal expenses

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Before you book

  • Duration: 2h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

Cancellation Policy

    All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

About operator:

Culture Rings pioneered in creating Experiential Tourism in Bangalore. Today, it is the most trusted name among travellers and expats alike, and has earned a pristine reputation for best in class tours that take you to the heart of culture. The experiences we share bring out relevant realities about life and work in India, and shed light on the present, while unraveling the history of our land, and painting a true picture about the future. Our team is a pool of cultural anthropologists, historians, artists, photographers and writers from a variety of backgrounds and walks of life, who share a passion for bridging cultural divides.

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