Pete - Oldest Part of Bengaluru(16th Century) still retains some of old world charms and historical structures
Highlights of the tour
Daily Morning - 3.5 hours cycling tour
Starts at 6:30 AM
Visit Dargah , Flower market,Cubbon Park, Community Home, Saree making factory and a 1000 year old temple
Wrap up tour with a crunching Masala Dosa at Legendary Udupi Krishna Bhavan
₹ 1,950 per person - includes Cycle & Breakfast
( 30 $ per person)
Welcome to 'On a Pedal'- You are going to discover Bengaluru in a fun way cycling . Through cycling you will be covering many places and you will also get the closest local experience of Bengaluru.
One phrase which describes the older times of Bengaluru - 'Europe without its Snow and India without its scorching Sun' . Started as a small business town, it became an important town in the Medieval India being at the crossroads of major towns of South India. gradually became a moving pawn which changed hands number of times and finally became a part of Mysore Kingdom. Lovely weather also made British setup their base in Bengaluru (Cantonment) to be separately administered by them while the Pete was administered by Mysore Kingdom. Same name - Same place - 2 cities - 2 different cultures.
Bengaluru still retains some of its old Charms. Being from the Pete part of Bengaluru - We will show you some of the charms of Old Bengaluru like the Flower Market, 1000 year old Ranganathaswamy Temple, Maggada Mane -Saree weaving factory , Vataara - Community house, Dargah - Religious Place and Cubbon Park in a 3 hour fascinating cycling tour. We end up having breakfast at the Legendary 90 year old Restaurant - Udupi Krishna Bhavan