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Flights from Detroit to Bangalore
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Airports in Detroit
Detroit is served by two airports- Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, and Coleman A. Young International Airport. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is the primary airport serving Detroit and Michigan. Located about 23 miles away from Detroit, it serves scheduled flights to several major domestic and international destinations. This airport serves as a major gateway to Asia and Europe. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity between the city and airport through a rental cars, luxury sedans, taxis, public transit services, shuttles, ride sharing and car rentals services. Coleman A. Young International Airport is located six miles northeast of downtown Detroit, but it has no scheduled passenger airline service now.
Bangalore (officially known as Bengaluru) is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is the third most populous city, second fastest-growing major metropolis and is also the highest located among all major cities in the country. It is regarded as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ because it is the leading national Information Technology exporter. Founded in 1537, this city dons the title of the ‘Garden City of India’ because of its scenic public parks like the Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park. Music enthusiasts will be enthralled with its extensive underground music scene that helps the city host international rock concerts.
Things to do in Bangalore
Lalbagh or Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
The Lalbagh Botanical Gardens (literally implying The Red Garden in English) is home to India's largest collection of tropical plants. It is located in Bangalore and focally comprises a glass house wherein two annual flower shows are held every year on Republic Day (26 January) and Independence Day (15 August). Visitors will also be wowed with stunning backdrop against a hillock and a lake, the latter being home to several species of water birds.
Originally a mud fort, the Bangalore Fort marks the founding of the city of Bangalore by feudal king Kempe Gowda in 1537. This mud fort was made into a stone fort in 1761 but was captured by the British forces in 1791 who then dismantled it until 1930 to make way for roads, arsenals and barracks. The Bangalore Fort is only survived by its Delhi Gate and ruins of two bastions.
The Cubbon Park is the most popular green area or the 'lung' of Bangalore. It first saw daylight as a 100 acre park in 1870 but has subsequently expanded to thrice that size ever since. The park features a wide range of flora and fauna species, and is dotted with several monuments and statues raised in the honor of famous personalities.
Best Time to Fly to Bangalore
Bangalore is a year-round destination. However, it is still best to visit here in the winter season that runs from October to February. This is also the most perfect time to see the city’s famous green zones and to enjoy the biggest Indian festival- Deepawali. Budget travelers can visit the city in the rainy season that runs from June to September. The city braves through heavy but intermittent showers that don’t always play spoilsport, thus letting the visitor happily enjoy a trip through the city.