Bengaluru is a Vistara City
Explore India’s Biggest Cosmopolitan IT Hub
Searching For Flight...

Flight To Bengaluru

About Bengaluru

Also called the Garden City, or Green City, because of the beautifully landscaped gardens and parks, Bengaluru has a lot to offer to visitors. From historic monuments to magnificent palaces, lush green gardens to upmarket fashion streets, buzzing pubs, glitzy malls and multiplexes; the city of Bengaluru puts on platter its rich history, modernity, and cultural diversity for its visitors to soak up.

Though the city’s urban scape features chic malls, pubs, and IT parks, its history dates back to several centuries. Due to its ancient past, and later the colonial-era, Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, offers a unique atmosphere in terms of food, architecture, culture and festivals.

Moving around Bengaluru is very convenient thanks to its huge fleet of state-run as well as private buses, radio taxis and the intra-city rail network set up by the state’s metro rail authorities. As a bonus, the city features wide roads, excellent climate all through the year and a beautiful countryside.

About Bengaluru Airport

Kempegowda International Airport is the main international airport serving the city of Bengaluru.  It is the third-busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the country. It is located at Yelahanka, around 40 km from the central business district of the city. The Bengaluru Airport has a single runway and passenger terminal, which handles both domestic and international operations.

With frequent daily flights to and from Bengaluru, Vistara offers you a seamless and convenient experience, whether you are travelling on work or for leisure.

  • Places To Visit
  • Things To Do

1. Bangalore Palace

The majestic palace, surrounded by magnificent gardens, is a popular tourist attraction in Bengaluru. The palace is now owned by the Mysore Royal family.

2. Lal Bagh

Commissioned by Hyder Ali and completed by Tipu Sultan, the 240-acre botanical garden featuring French, Persian and Afghani plants, is a haven for nature lovers. A 3,000 million years old granite rock formation is the centrepiece of this garden. This is also the oldest rock formation in the world.

3. HAL Aerospace Museum

Located at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Bengaluru, the museum showcases the growth of the Indian aviation industry for six decades. The museum houses various helicopters and aircrafts, flight simulators and a mock Air Traffic Control Tower.

4. Cubbon Park

Laid by Lord Cubbon, this 300-acre calm and cool park is an ideal place for nature lovers. The Bengaluru Aquarium, the second largest aquarium in India, is also situated in this park.

5. Lumbini Gardens

Located on the banks of the Nagawara Lake, the Lumbini Gardens is a must-visit if you wish to spend a relaxed evening.



Bengaluru is popular for its bargain shopping hotspots like Commercial Street and upscale fashion streets like Brigade Road and M.G. Road. The Wood Street is famous for its vibrant atmosphere, fine restaurants, pubs and some of the best tattoo studios in the country.


Go to one of the many Go-Karting arenas in Bengaluru and have an exhilarating and fun-filled time out with your family and friends.

Want to pump up your adrenaline?

Then, head for some breath-taking flying adventure (the Microlight Flying) at the Jakkur Aerodrome. This 20-minute flight gives you a spectacular aerial view of Bengaluru and promises not to let you get bored even for a second.