Bengaluru through its markets- The Pete walk
- 4 Hrs
- Available 02 Apr 2019 - 31 Mar 2024
- no stay required
The heart of every Indian city is bustling with full-of-life markets. The Pete (City Market) area in Bengaluru is the epicentre of business and trade for the locals of the city and beyond. Trading in the Pete is geographically divided by the commodity one wishes to buy or sell.
Akkipete (Rice Market), Aralepete (Cotton Market), Balepete (Bangle Market), Chikka Pete (Small Market), Dodda Pete (Big/wholesale Market), Nagarath Pete (Jewellers market) so on and so forth. As you’ve rightly guessed, Bengaluru has a market for every commodity that you can imagine.
This experience comes with chauffeur driven car to the market along with a private guide.
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