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How to Reach Lalbagh

Read about the best & quickest Lalbagh transport routes, travel guide to save time & money.

You can reach Lalbagh by getting off at the Azad Station, Majestic Station and the Chickpete Station. You can also reach Lalbagh by taking buses, auto rickshaws, and taxis easily.

By Train

Lalbagh Bangalore is situated at a distance of about 1 km from the Bangalore city railway station. It is situated in Bangalore, close to the Vidhan Soudha area.

By Road

various bus stations in Bangalore city and you can take buses or trains to reach LalBagh. The nearest bus stations are Jayanagar, ISKON, Indranagar and Richmond circle. You can find many buses and trains going to LalBagh from different parts of Bangalore city. Do check the Bangalore BMTC website for updated schedules and fare details.

Local transport in Bangalore

The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation forms an important medium of transport in the city. It connects the whole town through various routes making travel simple. The ticket fares are around INR 15 for a distance of 7 km. There are also Volvo buses available throughout the city. From the airport, you can take a shuttle bus to reach different parts of the city. The Bangalore Airport Bus Service operates buses frequently throughout the day, and there are a few buses which run in the night as well.

Ola cabs and Uber are available within minutes when booked through their app or through calls. Three-wheeled auto-rickshaws are a popular means of transport. But be wary of the auto fares here as the drivers tend to charge the highest fare possible and do not go by the fare meter. If the fares are too high, there are many app-based services like Ola and Uber that have autos as well. 

Metro services are also now available in a lot of areas in the city. There are around 40 metro stations spread over Green line and Purple line with the Majestic station (Kempegowda interchange) being the only station which connects these two metro lines. The Purple line runs from Mysore road in the west to Baiyyapanahalli in the east whereas the Green line connects Puttenahalli in the south to Nagasandra in the north-west. The metro is operational from 5 am to 11 pm in the night.

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Bangalore, authoritatively known as Bengaluru, is the Capital of the Indian State of Karnataka.