Take Zoom Car to make your Trip to Bangalore memorable

Bengaluru (Bangalore) is India’s third largest city and is popularly known as the “Garden city” of India. The city is also a home to many Architectural Wonders, Museums, Gardens, Parks and religious places; all worth a visit. Being the most sought out cosmopolitan city; Bangalore has its own distinctive culture and unique identity that sets it apart from the rest of the country. Travelling in and around Bangalore in cars is quite an easy option due to the city’s well-maintained and connected roads. Hiring a car to travel around the city’s tourist attractions is a smart way to discover Bangalore on wheels. Zoom car rental in Bangalore could be an instant choice for anyone who wishes to rent a car during their visit to the city.

Zoom Car in Bangalore offerFinal-Zoom Cars a variety of vehicles on rent; you can select any car of your choice. Also, depending upon the requirement you can choose either luxury car or premium car models to explore the top tourist destination of the city. You can even book your car online for self-drive trip and this facility is available 24*7. You can either book a chauffeur driven car or even rent a car without a driver. It is perhaps an added benefit to explore many interesting places that make for a perfect getaway. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy exploring Bangalore city with the best car rental services in India!

Places to visit in Bangalore –


Lalbagh -Lal Bagh is a well –known botanical garden in Bangalore,240 acres landscaped area surrounding one of the turrets raised by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bangalore.This garden was created by Haider Ali in 1740 and is a renowned centre for botanical arts .The park has exotic plant species brought from Persia, Afghanistan and France that adds to its beauty.

Final -Cariappa Memorial Park-

Cariappa Memorial Park– Spreading over an area of almost 22 acres, the Cariappa Park was built in the memory of Field Marshall K.M. Cariappa of Karnataka in the year 1996. It is one of the amusement and theme park in Bengaluru that has six segments, an entrance plaza and colossal monument of Cariappa of almost seven feet. Also, there is a huge man-made waterfall, and a pond with picturesque surrounding that attracts birds to the park.

Final- bannerghatta-national-parkBannerghatta National Park – Situated 25 km from the heart of the city, Bannerghatta Park give nature lovers a glimpse of wild animals such as bisons, wild boar, lions, bears, elephants, tigers and panthers. Also, there is a separate Serpentarium and a crocodile farm. Being a picnic spot it is always a better option to hang out with family and friends for memorable experience.

The park officials even arrange a Grand Tiger Safari and Lion Safari for those who are interested. Explore through the Zoological Garden,with its huge canopy of shady and sturdy trees; find a silent resting spot beside a pond and watch freshwater birds frolic. A children’s corner provides an added attraction. Also, in the park area is a Butterfly park that is an adobe to a large variety of colourful and bright creatures flying all over the place that you feel desirous to hold and touch them.

Connectivity – Being the Country’s top IT industrial hub, Bangalore is well – connected to metropolitan cities and other places by railways, airways or road.


By Air – Bangalore has direct connectivity to almost all the major international cities and cities in the India by air. Many national and international flights land here on Bangalore airport making accessibility to city easier. You can easily get your flight book online from Yatra or Musafir.

By RoadBangalore is having a good network of major national highways that connects it well with other cities in the country. Wherever you are in Bangalore, you can rent a car via Zoom car and enjoy your self- drive trip while sight- seeing the top tourist places.

Final-trainBy Train – If anyone is planning to reach Bangalore by train, then there are two choices- The Bangalore railway station and Vashvantpur Railway station. These are the two railway stations that connect Bangalore to the rest of India. Various trains include – Mysore express from Chennai, Karnataka express from Delhi and Udyan express from Mumbai.


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