Yordles! Everywhere! Even amidst all the conflict in Runeterra, Bandle City remains the way it always has been - quaint, charming and full of positive energy. The sound of chittering Yordles and chuffing machinery fill the air along with the smell of baking and icing sugar. Each of the many small houses that line the uneven streets are covered mutually with ivy or needless mechanical parts, and more than a few of them have a tree intentionally growing through the roof or window.
Having become something of a tourist attraction in recent times, the pint-sized locals are generally friendly towards all visitors, so long as they're prepared to stoop to get through doorways. To outsiders, the whole thing seems like some sort of fantasy getaway and the Yordles, ruthless businessmen that they are, are quite willing to exploit this for profit. Everywhere there are little open stores selling Yordle made goods, techmaturgical appliances, and Teemo and Heimerdinger themed merchandise. Visitors can even pay to take a tour of the Bandle Secret Services Office(within reasonable bounds) to meet Tristina, Teemo, and a gaggle of adorable little scouts attempting to follow in their footsteps.
In the center of town is the fabled Mothership, a strange construct of steel and glass that seems to have served some kind of techmaturgical function in the past. It remains to this day a treasured landmark amongst the denizens of Bandle City, even if in recent times it's been shifted slightly from it's original position. There are many posters at the site showing visitors exactly how it used to look, though it takes a good eye to spot the difference.
A bit further down, the blacksmithery in Bandle City is well known for excellent repair and construction of not only Yordle-made, but foreign weapons and armor.
And finally, a new addition to Bandle City is the Yordle Junior Summoner's League, a training facility for those studying to become summoners. The place is pretty empty right now, since it hasn't really caught on yet, but like most other places it's open for tourists to browse, if just so that they can chuckle at the tiny summoning tables.