By Air : Bangalore airport,...
By Air : Bangalore airport, 13km north of the city centre, is the nearset airport.
By Rail : Bangalore is connected to all the major cities of India by rail.
By Road : Bangalore is well connected with Bombay and Pune through National Highway 4, to Hyderabad and Kanyakumari through National Highway 7 and Mangalore on National Highway 48. Madras is approachable via Dharmapuri and Vellore. Buses of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala State Transport Corporations, and a large number of private roadways connect Bangalore with all the major centres in the region. The inter-state bus terminus is situated in Subash Nagar near Majestic Circle and faces the Railway Station.
The city population is growing much faster than the infrastructure so there are constant issues with brownouts, power outages, water treatment, clogged highways, air pollution, noise pollution, you name it. But the people are very nice, very hospitable, and very intelligent.
As the area rests on a high plain, the weather is never overwhelmingly hot, a real plus when you're shoulder to shoulder with a couple million of your closest
While on business ithere, my colleagues and I were driven around by Bala because there is no way a rookie could navigate the 24-hour highway chaos. We were honored to be invited into Bala's house to meet his family. He and his wife have two beautiful daughters, Clemintine and Ashley, whom I'm holding. If you ever need a driver in Bangalore, Bala is your man.