This tour is to acclimatise you with the history of Bangalore that was started as a small city back in the 15th century by the founder Kempegowda. Learn about the glorious past while you walk on the pages of history exploring a palace, fort, temple and a secret dungeon. We will also visit a wholesale flower market where tons of fresh flowers get sold everyday!
A must do tour for all travellers visiting the city, to understand the roots and rich heritage upon which Bangalore was built - A city built by the founder Kempegowda in the year 1537 and its rich history which follows thereafter. We begin the tour on the very spot where one of the gates to the mud fort which encircled Bangalore once stood. Learn the story of Bangalore here as we walk down the streets on which the city was formed. We will stop for some scrumptious authentic south Indian breakfast and coffee along the way. Behold the sight and smell of fresh flowers as you see the wholesale trade in action which also presents a wonderful opportunity to click away some lovely pictures. We proceed towards the Bangalore fort to listen to the stories behind the walls where the British succeeded in taking control of the Princely state. Next up we glimpse into an armoury that was used to store ammunitions to be used for the warfare. We seek blessings from the temple older than 300 years old and learn its connections with the kings, before making a final stop at the Summer palace of the kings described as the 'abode of heaven and envy of earth'