You are transported from hotel or any fixed point in the city to meet your professional and friendly guide in central Bengaluru and get a diagram of the city's legacy.
Absorb the air as you walk around St. Mark's Cathedral. Appreciate this provincial time, nineteenth century domed church and hear how its plan was inspired by London's St. Paul's Cathedral.
Explore the statues of Mahatma Gandhi and Queen Victoria, and proceed to the Government Museum. Here you get to see some 18 galleries of coins, paintings and artifacts charting Bengaluru's old and medieval history, along with the 5,000-year-old relics from the Indus Valley civilization.
Walk around Cubbon Park, the recreation center that gave Bengaluru its 'Garden City' nickname. Meander the tree-shaded gardens set down in the nineteenth century, and hear how locals continue using the park’s name, regardless of a few renaming endeavors.
Cross the red-painted High Court of Bangalore and secretariat structures, and respect the Vidhana Soudha, the forcing seat of state assembly. View the M. Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium and touch base at MG street, one of Bengaluru's busiest shopping and eating areas.
Retain this furious lane, and get suggestions for eateries from your guide before finishing your heritage stroll and driven back to your hotel or any fixed point in the city center point.