Though buses in Bangalore are cheap and frequent, the display of the route on the ordinary city buses is in Kannada, and the bus number in English. You can opt for a daily bus pass if you plan to use this mode of commutation frequently.
You can find cabs/taxis ranging from sedans to SUVs in Bangalore from major operators like Ola, Uber, Meru etc. Travelling by cab/taxi is advised, especially if you are travelling alone. There are mobile apps available to make your booking hassle-free. Three-wheelers, auto rickshaws, etc. are available to get around the city.
Self-driven or chauffer driven cars are also available in Bangalore. Zoomcar, Savaari, Avis etc. are some of the reliable names in this field. If you are feeling extravagant, you could even rent a Mercedes Benz to go about the city.
Travelling via Bangalore Metro will surely cut down the time taken to get from one area of the city to the other. But most of the work is still underway.
Local train services do not exist in Bangalore
It is not possible to cover all the attractions of Bangalore on foot.
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