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Flights from Cincinnati to Bangalore
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Airports in Cincinnati
Cincinnati is served by two airports- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Cincinnati Municipal Airport-Lunken Field or Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport.
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is the primary airport serving the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. It was the highest rated airport in the United States and second highest rated in North America by Skytrax in 2017. This airport offers non-stop passenger flights service to 58 destinations with 195 peak daily departures to most of the major destinations in the US and worldwide. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a network of van and car services, taxicab services, public transit, ride sharing services and rental cars.
Cincinnati Municipal Airport-Lunken Field is located 3 miles away from Downtown Cincinnati and serves a few domestic destinations besides private aircraft and the fleets of local corporations.
Bangalore (officially known as Bengaluru) is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is nicknamed the Silicon Valley of India because it is a major center of India's IT industry and was formerly known as the ‘Garden City of India’ because it had several public parks. Bangalore is also famous as the home to the Kannada film industry. Founded in 1537, city was ruled over by many kingdoms and dynasties, and they all their mark here through a large number of architectural and historical monuments. The city also offers kayaking, trekking, go-karting, hiking and rock climbing features.
Things to do in Bangalore
Dodda Basavana Gudi (or the Nandi Temple)
The Dodda Basavana Gudi in Bangalore is believed to house one of the largest Nandi statues in the world. This temple is exclusively dedicated to Nandi, a demi-god who serves the most powerful Hindu deity- Lord Shiva. This temple was built Bangalore’s founder Kempe Gowda in 1537 in Vijayanagara architectural style. The temple is also the focal point of a groundnut fair which is held every year in the Hindu month of Karthika Maasa (overlapping October and November months).
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens or Lal Bagh
The Lalbagh Botanical Gardens in Bangalore are home to India's largest collection of tropical plants and are known for their late 19th century Glass House which is built like the famous Crystal Palace of London. This glass house hosts two annual flower shows, one each on India’s Republic Day (26 January) and the other on its Independence Day (15 August). This park also features some rare species of plants brought from other parts of the world and watered using a state-of-the-art irrigation system.
St. Mary's Basilica
The St. Mary's Basilica is the oldest church in Bangalore and is the only church in the state of Karnataka to be granted the status of a minor basilica. It is an architectural delight of Gothic architecture and features ornately designed arches, ornamental motifs and stained glass windows that all can be seen from a distance. It is best to visit here in the month of September as the city is all soaked in the festivities of St. Mary's Feast.
Best Time to Fly to Bangalore
Bangalore is a year-round destination because of its high elevation and moderate climate. However, it is best to visit here in the winter season from October to February to enjoy its biggest festival- Deepawali and to see the city’s parks at their glorious best. Travelers with a budget crunch can visit here in the rainy season from June to September. While the city experiences heavy but intermittent showers, visitors can still enjoy their trip through the city without much trouble.