Everyone is emotionally attached to the city that they grow up in. Be it a small village, or a big metro city, our home town always remains close to our heart. And then comes a place, which embraces one and all; the expats, migrants, people from other cities and of course, those who belong there.
From a long walk in Cubbon Park, to hundreds of cafes, from a trail of trees everywhere, to the amazing weather, you can’t help falling in love with Bangalore. A leading newspaper, The Hindu, agrees with us. As against nearly 2.69 million tourists who visited Bangalore during January-December 2012, the number was 3.15 million during the same period in 2013 – an increase of nearly 16 percent. There has been a steady growth in the number of tourists visiting the city. The target is to achieve the 5 million mark by 2020 (The Hindu, 2014).
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