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Car Rental Charges From Chennai to Bangalore

Vehicle Type
Seating Capacity

Chennai to Bangalore to Chennai

Tempo Traveller 12 or 13 or 14 16,100-/-

Chennai to Bangalore to Chennai

Innova 6 or 7 14,000-/-

Chennai to Bangalore to Chennai

Tavera 9 12,300-/-

Chennai to Bangalore to Chennai

Indica / Indigo 4 8,700-/-
Above Charges includes Km Charges, Driver Allowance , Diesel Charges, Toll Charges
Number of days for Usages 3 days
Charges is Valid  for 900 kms usage
Beyond 1300 Kms will be charged at Rs.13/- per Km for Force Tempo Traveler, Rs.12/- per Km for innova, Rs.10/- per Km for Tavera and Rs.8/- per Km for Indica respectively
If any Additional Days usage beyond 4 days, then the Minimum coverage of 250 kms per day will be added to the used KMs


Also known as the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is a fast growing cosmopolitan city. The city filled with garden is also called the Garden City at times. The magnificent palaces, placid lakes and various other sightseeing spots make Bangalore a place worth a visit more than once.
Bangalore Bal Bhavan
A beautifully designed amusement park for children, Bangalore Bal Bhavan is also ideal for family outings. The main attraction of the park is a toy train.
Bangalore Aquarium

Located on Kasturba Road this Aquarium has different types of marine life displayed for visitors. The octagonal shape of the building makes it special. The species that you can find here are Siamese fighters, catla, Indian tiger barb, mahseer, freshwater prawns and blue gourami.

Bangalore Gandhi Bhavan
A tribute paid to Mahatma Gandhi, Bangalore Gandhi Bhavan, is a place to learn about the life and teachings of the freedom fighter also known as Father of the Nation.
Lalbagh is currently under the aegis of the Directorate of Horticulture, Government of Karnataka. The Directorate is housed amidst the splendid environs of the botanical garden. Lalbagh was given the status of a Government Botanical Garden in 1856, and since then, it has been an internationally renowned centre for scientific study of plants and botanical artwork and also conservation of plants
Attara Kacheri
This is the building of High Court in Bangalore and is opposite the state secretariat which is also referred to as Vidhana Soudha.  This two storied building was constructed in 1867 and its architecture is Gothic.
Bangalore Palace
The Wodeyar kings made the Bangalore Palace in 1887 and it sprawls over 400 acres. This construction has been inspired by the Windsor castle and you can see Todor style of work with Gothic windows and foiled windows.
Lakes in Bangalore
There are several lakes in Bangalore where you can visit with friends and family to enjoy the scenic charm and boating. Some well known lakes to be visited here are, Ulsoor Lake, Sankey tank, Madiwala Lake, Lalbagh Lake, Puttenahalli WS Lake, Hebbal Lake and Beniganahalli Lake.
St. Mary's Church
Abbe Dubois, a French missionary established this church in 1811. This church has the status of a minor Basilica and it is the only church in Bangalore to have this status. Located at Shivaji Nagar Bus Terminal here Virgin Mary’s festival is celebrated in a grand way.
Vidhan Soudha
This is the State Secretariat and it was built in 1954. The blend of customary Dravidian and modern styles reflects in the architecture.
The Government Museum of Bangalore
This is one of the older museums in Bangalore. It has also been categorized as a Visvesvaraya Technological and Industrial Museum. This significant tourist attraction is visited by thousands of tourists every year.
Iskcon Temple of Bangalore is also known as Sri Sri Radha Krishna Chandra Temple. Read more about Iskcon Temple in Karnataka.
Shiva Statue;
Shiva Statue - Bangalore Statue places.The Shiva Statue is 65 feet. It is located on the Airport Road just behind Kemp Fort. The statue depicts Lord Shiva .
Cubbon Park
The park was constructed by Lord 1864 over an area of 300 acre. This ravishing garden is adorned with lush green patches, blossoming rows of flowers and some structural buildings all adding to its glory.
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium - The Planetarium located on Sankey Road was constructed in the year 1989 to study the astronomical science and to increase awareness amongst the students and the common public. This massive planetarium has a seating capacity of 225 people.