Bangalore, the Indian City That Business Travelers Visit Most

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 31 July 2013, 10:45 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: Bangalore, also known as the ‘Garden City’ and the IT Capital of India has emerged as the most visited destination for business travel in India. The city ranks as the No.1 business travel destination in the country and it ranks at No. 12 in a worldwide ranking of the 25 most visited cities, according to the latest release of Concur Expense IQ Report, reports Shilpa Phadnis for Times Of India. Bangalore is followed by Mumbai in the worldwide ranking.

The Garden City has considerably dropped in ranking from no. 11 in 2011 to 12 in 2012, with the average expenditure dipping from $258 to around $227, for categories that include lodging, ground transport, entertainment, and dining. On the other hand, Mumbai still retains its ranking (20), but the total average expenses have slightly dropped from $255 to $238.

When it comes to average transaction amount, Bangalore ranks last with expenditure of $227.83 and Mumbai stands at 23rd position with $238.37.

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