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  • Bangalore, a city in Southern India, is popularly known as the India’s Silicon Valley and IT hub of India. India’s Silicon Valley is a preferable work place for tech enthusiasts and tech-savvy expats. While corporate giants such as Google, Dell, and Amazon take up a significant share of the sector, every week, a few new technology start-ups join the bandwagon of IT companies in the town. The development of the high-tech industry has turned the city into one of India’s fastest growing metropolises with a large number of people migrating to this city every day. The Silicon Valley of the country is one of the most desired cities in the country. The city is known for its beautiful weather that generally lasts throughout the year.
    With such a vibrant tech-savvy population, Avis Bangalore provides the best solution to car rentals in Bangalore. It provides multi-dimensional services of the self-drive cars and chauffeur drive cars. Booking a self-drive car in Bangaloreis absolutely feasible using the Mobile App; just download the Avis India Mobile App, select your city, fill-in your rental details and choose from a wide range of fleet size of around 2500 cars. Once you receive the confirmation for cab booking, you can enjoy your ride throughout the city without worrying about the hassles of booking a cab again and again.
    Availability of cheap car rentals in Bangalore has reduced the dependency on public transport. Cars for self-drive in Bangalore are in all-time high demand as it is more feasible to get a cheap self-drive car rental in Bangalore to avoid the daily hassles of commuting through public transportation facilities. Avis Bangalore serves all your needs without the expenses of owning and maintaining a car.
    In a busy city like Bangalore, the hectic work schedules start taking a toll on your health and make your life monotonous. A small break is always good to rejuvenate and nothing can beat a short self-drive trip to a bewitching weekend getaway. Luckily, Bangalore is blessed with some of the most picturesque getaways in India. From palaces to forts, natural rock formations to hills, lakes to waterfalls, there’s almost everything in and around the city, to satiate your wanderlust. Also, cars on rent in Bangalore for self-driven trips to these stunning getaways are available at pocket-friendly prices. If you’re planning an amazing weekend trip, take an Innova self-drive rental Bangalore and be the master of your own destiny from behind the wheel of a car. You can hire a self-drive Avis cab via credit card/debit card/ mobile wallet, which provides simplified and convenient booking process with faster refunds. The transaction for the booking is quick and simplified, and payment is done without the lengthy paperwork.

     

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    Ulsoor Lake: The Ulsoor Lake, also known as Halasuru, is in central Bangalore, close to M.G. Road. The lake was formed for harvesting rainwater and has a surface area of 125 acres. The lake is an interesting location for tourists as it has boating and cruise facilities meant for visiting beautiful islands that contain various kinds of flowers, birds, and insects. The Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurudwara, on the edge of the Ulsoor Lake, enhances its beauty and attraction for the visitors.

     

    ISKCON Temple Complex: ISKCON stands for “International Society of Krishna Consciousness” that bears 400 temples across the world dedicated to Lord Krishna. Amongst these, the ISKCON temple in Bengaluru is the largest. Built atop a hillock, the temple offers visitors an enchanting view of the surroundings. The architecture is a mixture of neo-classical and Dravidian style, and the large prayer hall can accommodate 2,000 devotees. Roof paintings depicting the life of Krishna are unique and informative.

     

    Bull Temple: Bull Temple in Bangalore, also known as ‘Nandi Temple’ or ‘Bhoganandiswara’ temple, is a sculptural masterpiece. It is dedicated to Nandi, the bull, who is considered as Lord Shiva's Vahana or vehicle, according to Hindu mythology. It has a large sculpture of bull, which is about 4.6 metres tall and 6 metre long. One of the distinguishing characteristics of this structure is that it has been carved out from a single rock of granite.

     

    Someshwara Temple: Someshwara Temple in Bangalore is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is one of the oldest and biggest temples of Bangalore, reminding us of the rich heritage of the Chola Kingdom. The marvellous architecture of the temple with glorious Rajagopuram (tower) and Dhwajastambha (massive pillar) in the entrance of the temple, attracts devotees from far off places.

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  • Nagarahole National Park
  • Nagarahole National park

    Also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, it is a part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. This national park consists of beautiful small streams, waterfalls, valleys, and a rich forest cover. The park consists of many tigers, elephants, and bison. The various tourist attractions near Nagarhole National Park are Chembra Peak, Soochippara Falls, Fishefolk Temple, Payyambala Beach, Kappad Beach, and much more.

  • Belur/Halebid
  • Belur/Halebid

    Belur is known for its heritage tourism. Once the capital of the Hoysala Empire, Belur is famous for its exquisite temples and sculptures from the Hoysala period. Belur is also known as Dakshina Varanasi or Southern Banaras.

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    • Chennakesava Temple

    • Veeranayana Temple

  • Coorg
  • Coorg

    Located on the plateau region of the Western Ghats, it was called "Scotland of India" by the British. Some people have named the place as "Kashmir of South India" as well. This place is one of the most famous tourist destinations of the state as well as the country. The natural beauty of the area has made it popular even amongst international tourists. This district of Karnataka is mostly frequented by nature lovers.

  • Hampi
  • Hampi

    Tourist attractions in Hampi lie in its boulder-laden landscape and rocky outcrop hemmed in a lush green surrounding. The ruins remind you of a mighty empire that dominated a large part of South India after the Mughals.

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    • Matanga Hills

    • Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary

    • Hazara Rama Temple

    • Laxmi Narasimha Temple

  • Jog Falls
  • Jog Falls

    Jog Falls is counted amongst the highest waterfall in India with a height of 253 meters, created by the Sharavathi River. The Jog falls is situated in the Shimoga district in the state of Karnataka and is also known by the nickname "Gerusoppe Falls" or "Jogada Gundi".

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    • Bhatkal in Karnataka

    • Honnemardu in Karnataka

  • Kodaikanal
  • Kodaikanal

    Popularly known as "The Prince of Hill Stations", Kodaikanal is one of the very popular and most sought-after honeymoon and holiday destination in South India. This hill station stands 7200 feet above the sea level and is situated in upper palani hills of the Western Ghats near Madurai in Tamil Nadu. The cool and misty weather, the scenic beauty of the rolling hills, and the wooded forest of Kodaikanal can mesmerise any visitor. Walk through the wooded forests, row in the lake, bath in one of the splashing waterfalls, go for horse riding, cycle around the lake or simply admire the views. The options are unlimited.

  • Mysore
  • Mysore

    Mysore city, popularly called "The City of Palaces", is famous for its magnificent palaces, beautiful gardens, majestic temples, and serene lakes. This is a place of festivals, since many festivals are celebrated here with great joy and enthusiasm. Besides these, this city attracts tourists from all over the country with its rich heritage, tradition, and culture. Visitors get enthralled by the place's quaint charm. This city of Karnataka is even known for its silk and sandalwood products, for which it is often called by the name of "Sandalwood City". Apart from being the state's cultural capital, it is the 2nd cleanest Indian city.

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    • The Mysore Palace

    • The Bridavan Garden

    • Chamundi Hills

    • Datta Peetham

  • Ooty
  • Ooty

    Ooty or Ootacumund is a tranquil hill station that is located in the state of Tamil Nadu in South India. Ooty is known for its verdant valleys covered with wild flowers and lush forests. The lovely tea plantations add to its scenic value.

  • Tirupati
  • Tirupati

    One of the far-familiar pilgrimages of India, Tirupati is located at the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh at the foothills of the Eastern Ghats. It is 550 km south of the capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad. Being one of the major pilgrimages of India, this place is one of the busiest pilgrimage centres in the world.