Popular Long Weekend Getaways from Bangalore

When you have a hectic schedule and you crave a stress-free life, then you long for the long weekends. Sometimes you don’t want to find yourself at the bar on Friday nights, you don’t want to see yourself dancing or singing on Saturdays. This won’t be enough for your monotonous life and you want something new, something refreshing. 

Then Long Weekend Getaways from Bangalore can be the right option according to your choice of criteria.

Places you can visit near Bangalore

You should thank this city as there are options for you to take a rest for a few days and you can feel free. It doesn’t matter if your interest chooses the adventurous refreshment or sitting beside the beach and gazing at the surroundings, this place will always welcome you with a warm heart.

Here are some Long Weekend Getaways from Bangalore which you can find within the range of 300 km.


This place is a royal city for the people who are nature lovers or who love history. Dasara can be the best time to visit here. The places which can visit in Mysore are Mysore Palace, the Mysore Zoo, Brindavan Gardens, Jaganmohan Palace, Sand Sculpture Museum, Chamundeshwari Temple, Blue Lagoon, Rail Museum, Regional Museum of Natural History, and St. Philomena’s Church.


Here you can find the coffee plantations plus you will find the flora and fauna. Namdroling Monastery, the Golden Temple, Talakaveri, Raja’s Seat, Abbey Falls, Dubare Elephant Camp, Nagarhole National Park, and Irpu Falls can be your choice for visiting in Coorg.


With love, you can visit the “Queen of hills” which is a hill station for chocolates, teas, and misty hills. You can choose to visit these places in Ooty like the Government Botanical Gardens, Rose Garden, the Wax Museum, the Chocolate Museum, the Ooty Lake, Doddabetta, Avalanche Lake, and Pykara.

Here are some Long Weekend Getaways from Bangalore which you can find within the range between 300 km to 500 km.


Pondy is the cool name of Pondicherry which is a union territory. Auroville, Promenade Beach, Romain Rolland Library, French Institute of Pondicherry, Pondicherry Botanical Gardens, Eglise de Notre Dame des Anges, Rock Beach, and therefore the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus should be your choice of visiting in Pondicherry. You can do bicycle riding, scuba diving, or boat riding.


Mangalore is known as the “Gateway of Karnataka”. This place is famous for its beautiful beaches, delicious seafood, and greenery. This could be one of the options among various attractions. You can visit Tannirbhavi Beach, Mangaladevi Temple, Panambur Beach, Sammilan Shetty’s Butterfly Park, Pilikula Golf Club, Milagres Church, Someshwara Temple and Beach, and NITK Lighthouse. You can do the shopping and try the seafood. Surfing is another thing you can learn.


Madurai has earned its name as the “Athens of the East” which is the city of temples and one of the oldest places in India. Sri Meenakshi Temple, Pazhamudhir Solai, Aayiram Kaal Mandapam, Gandhi Museum, Aayiram Kaal Mandapam, Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal, Vaigai Dam and Idaikattur Church can be your choice to visit near Madurai. You can do the shopping, buy books to read and so on.


The name “Princess of hills” is earned by Kodaikanal with the certification of beautiful landscapes. Kodaikanal Lake, Berijam Lake, Coaker’s Walk, Kurinji Andavar Temple, Bryant Park, Chettiar Park, Shembaganur Museum of Natural History, Silent Valley View Point, and Guna Cave are some of the places which you can visit to explore more. You can go to the Anna Salai Market to shop. You can take the boat ride of the lake present in Kodaikanal or can take a tour of the town by bicycle.


It is a popular hill station which you can find in Kerala. If you are a newly married couple then this place would be perfect for you. This place will be equally perfect for you if you are travelling with friends, with families or you are travelling alone. If you want to visit the protected area then you should have some special permission. You can choose the road to go here from Bangalore. The places where you can pay a visit in Munnar are Mattupetty Dam, Photo Point, Attukal Waterfalls, Pallivasal Falls, Lock Heart Gap, CSI Christ Church, and the Tea Gardens. There are some things which you can do there like trekking, bike riding, rock climbing, etc.

Have a safe long weekend trip from Bangalore and enjoy it to the fullest.