Bangalore the Silicon valley of India

Bangalore is the capital of  Karnataka. Bengaluru is known as the “Silicon Valley of India” because of its role as the nation’s leading information technology (IT) exporter. It is the second-fastest growing major metropolis in India. The distance between bangalure to delhi  is 1740 km. Bangalore is India's third most populous city. Today as a large city and growing metropolis, Bangalore is home to many of the most well-recognised colleges and research institutions in India. Numerous public sector heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications, and defence organizations are located in the city. 

Most Visited Tourist Places
1. Cubbon Park
2.  Vidhana Soudha
3. Wonderla
4. Nandi Hills
5. ISKCON Temple
6. JN Planetarium
7. Big Banyan Tree
8. Tipu Sultan Fort
9. MG Road
10. Bangalore Palace
11. Shivasamudram Falls

Historical monuments
Government buildings

Situated at a height of 949 meters (3113 ft.) above the sea level, the city is blessed with salubrious climate throughout the year. In summer the maximum temperature can rise to 36°C while the minimum temperature can drop to 20°C. In winter the maximum temperature can rise to 27°C and fall to less than 17°C. In spite of the maximum weather of 36°C, Bangalore is considered to be one of the coolest cities of India. The monsoons begins in July and carries on till September. This is a lovely time when everything turns lush green. About 85% of the rainfall is recorded between 4 and 7 in the evening. Bangalore has a pleasant climate. The numerous gardens and parks, streets lined with trees are very soothing in what would have been a jungle of concrete.

The important landmarks of Bangalore Tourist Places are Vidhana Saudha, Cubbon Park, Bangalore Palace, Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Venkatappa Art Gallery, Big Banyan Tree, Hugh Statue of Lord Shiva, ISKCON temple, Mukti Naga Temple etc. Bangalore International Airport is located at Devanahalli.