It would be wrong to compare Bangalore with Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad, cities that have long preserved their history. So if you come in expecting monuments that blow your mind, then you will only be disappointed. Instead, you can expect Bangalore’s pleasant climate, friendly people, English speaking population (much more than most other big cities in India), easy drinking and dining spots, great shopping, and fascinating curated cultural experiences.
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Do not expect world-class tourist attractions, as it is more of a business/tech city which nonetheless has retained some of the British Raj culture in charming little pockets, along with some green spaces, parks and interesting colonial architecture.