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Flights from San Francisco to Bangalore
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Airports in San Francisco
San Francisco and San Francisco Bay Area in California are primarily served by San Francisco International Airport. A major gateway to Europe and Asia, it offers scheduled and seasonal flights to several domestic and international destinations. This airport is the largest in Northern California and the second-busiest in California. San Francisco International Airport is located 13 miles away from downtown San Francisco. It is well-connected to all parts of the city through a superb transportation network comprising of a rail network (BART and Caltrain), buses operated by nearby San Mateo County (called SamTrans), shared rides, vans, hotel courtesy shuttles, and taxis.
Bangalore (officially known as Bengaluru) is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is often nicknamed as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ and ‘IT capital of India’ because it is the country’s leading exporter of Information Technology solutions. Bangalore has served a large number of dynasties and empires ever since it was established in 1537 AD and is consequently home to several marvels of varying architectural styles. Visitors are more than just impressed with Bangalore’s architectural highlights like Lal Bagh, Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore Palace, Cubbon Park and Nandi Hills; and the city’s year round pleasant climate.
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Commissioned in 1760 AD, the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens in Bengaluru is home to India's largest collection of tropical plants. It also includes several trees that are more than a century old and several rare species of plants that were brought from Middle East and Europe. The center point of this iconic botanical garden is the Lalbagh Rock, which is one of the oldest rock formations on earth and dates back to 3 billion years. It is best to visit Lalbagh Botanical Gardens on Republic Day and Independence Day (26 January and 15 August) as it hosts two annual flower shows.
Built in 1878 AD, the Bangalore Palace is a grand royal palace in Bangalore that looks like a miniature version of the famous Windsor Castle in England. Its ground floor features several granite seats covered with fluorescent blue ceramic tiles and a ballroom. The Bangalore Palace is best known for its remarkable lineup of mid-19th century paintings, and this list includes some classic Greek and Dutch paintings too. The palace’s grounds have hosted many music events featuring noted artists like the Backstreet Boys, Guns N' Roses, Akon, the Black Eyed Peas and Enrique Iglesias, Machine Head, ans Cradle of Filth.
Bannerghatta National Park
Bannerghatta National Park is situated 22 kilometers away from Bangalore. It is divided into a biological reserve (the Bannerghatta Biological Park), a zoo, a pet corner, an animal rescue centre, an aquarium, a snake house, a butterfly enclosure, and a safari park. There are even some ancient temples and hotspots for trekking and hiking. The Bannerghatta National Park is also home to a small museum that showcases special exhibits, a reptile park, and a small theatre.
Best Time to fly to Bangalore
The best time to fly to Bangalore is in the winter season from October to February. Owing to the city’s pleasant tropical savanna climate, the temperature fluctuates between 26 to 30 degree Celcius during the day and does not go lower than 15 degree Celcius in the night.