Living in Bangalore Urban, Karnataka:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bangalore Urban, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Bangalore Urban what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Bangalore is an almost perfect city. With lush greenery and near perfect weather year-round, it will never be a regretful decision. One thing, however, that any resident of the city would tell you, is to watch out for the city’s infamous traffic problem and its lack of public transport. I recommend renting a place close to your place of study or work. Not to worry though, the rent prices are affordable in the city.

Gursant, says: 2020

The first attribute that attracts people to the city of Bengaluru is the pleasant weather. Bengaluru is known as the ‘Silicon Valley’ of south India, owing to growing IT hubs in the city. People here are compassionate and warm hearted, and will help you out with anything. You do not have to commute much to procure essential commodities, as grocery stores and shopping outlets are established in every part of the city, irrespective of the locality you live.

Shibani, says: 2020

The city has the most beautiful views like Nandi hills, Lalbagh, cubbon park and so on. The people here are friendly and helpful. There are lots of jobs. Education system is better and simple. It can also be considered a safe city with lesser crime rates. Transport system is much easier.

Bangalore, the Capital City of Karnataka State in India, is a city of trees, traffic, and gardens. It has a moderate climate throughout the year. The people are friendly and majority speak the English Language. Bangalore is known as the Pub Capital of the Country as the entire City is dotted with Pubs and Bars.

Mehnaz, says: 2020

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