Travel and Accommodation

All the teams will be provided accommodation in a hotel in the Central District of Bangalore.

Travel to and from the accommodation will be provided by us and the details of the same shall be intimated to you in due course.

Getting Around Bangalore


Namma Metro (Kannada for “Our Metro”), also known as Bengaluru Metro, is a metro system serving the city of Bangalore, India. The metro network consists of two colour-coded lines, serving 41 stations. The metro functions from 6 in the morning to around 10:45 p.m.

Purple Line- This line connects Baiyyappanahalli with Mysore Road linking the eastern, central and western areas of Bangalore. The Majestic station serves as the interchange station with the Green Line.

Green Line- This line runs from Nagasandra to Yelachenahalli connecting the northern, central and the southern areas of Bangalore. The Majestic station serves as the interchange station with the Purple Line.


Buses in Bangalore are cheap and usually frequent, but travelling¬†in them can be very difficult if you don’t know the system well. Ordinary city buses display only the route number in English, with the destination and route information written in Kannada. This means you will have to know what route number you need before you get on, which you can find from the BMTC website.


Cab services like Uber and Ola work very efficiently in Bangalore. Travelling around in cabs is much more convenient than using a bus or metro, however, this convenience comes at a price. The cab fare is higher than travelling by metro and there is always the risk of getting caught up in the traffic. We would suggest you to take cabs over auto rickshaws for long distance travel in the City of Gardens. Also, cabs are your safest option when coming back from late-night parties.