5 Weekend Getaways from Bangalore

Bangalore, the city of IT hub has always had many options of quick getaways. So leave your busy schedule works & problems behind and start your bags packing. Here are a few fantastic places you can plan for a weekend trip


Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill town in the Tamil Nadu and set in grassy hills, waterfalls, lakes, forested valleys and granite cliffs. The hill town is just 460 kilometer way from the Bangalore city. You can travel through any nonAC sleeper buses for Rs.1000, one way. Take cycle rent for Rs.30 per hour and roam around. There are so many heart-touching viewpoints from where you can see the scarlet sunsets.

Chitradurga offers a mix of ancient history and beautiful nature to it visitors. People who come short weekend trip from Bangalore to Chitradurga because of the fort, yes the fort inside the town is the prime attraction, beautiful waters scenery of the Hiriyur dam. Being an archeological place in Karnataka, this site is a frequently visit for history buffs.

Hampi which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Hospet in the Indian state of Karnataka where yet another great civilization once flourished but was wantonly destroyed by religious fanatics. Nevertheless, even today, when you stretch your eyes from atop the Matanga Hill on a sun-kissed morning, Hampi will prove in no uncertain way about its prominence as the capital city of a golden empire.


Everyone dreams of tripping at any thrilling and romantic places like Goa an in budget. So, you can have a budget Goa weekend trip anytime between March to October. You need not worry when in Goa, you can get numerous options to stay at very reasonable rates.

It’s perfect plan to Pondicherry as it is just 350 kilometers way from the Bangalore city. The small town gives a feeling of rich French culture and heritage. There are many lodges and homestay available at affordable rates and you can explore any places you want by a bike or a scooter which you can rent for very reasonable rates.


Written by Pravakar

Hello, My name is Pravakar, I am travel blogger, living in New Delhi, India. I write travel based on my experience. I love to travel different destinations and meet new people.

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