A tour to the Magnificent City of Mysore
Mysore is a magnificent city that attracts tourists from every nook and corner of the world to experience the royal beauty of the glorious palaces, the sacred temples and the exquisite Brindavan Gardens. It is a majestic city that stands at the base of the Chamunda Hills and belongs to the state of Karnataka. If you avail of the Mysore tour packages you will surely return home with a heart full of happy memories.
Various travel partners offer Mysore tour at reasonable rates. So select the best deal and start off to enjoy a wonderful vacation in Mysore. Since it is about 140km from Bangalore, it is a wonderful getaway for weekends. There are various tourists’ buses that ply every hour from Bangalore to Mysore and so reaching this royal city is not a big deal. The tour guides will stop at every interesting spot that you come across your way. The main sites often visited are the Brindavan Gardens, Mysore Palace, Museum, Mysore Zoo, Tipu Sultan’s summer palace, the Bull Temple that stands at a great height and you need to climb up the mountain to get a complete view of the temple. Cars take travelers directly to the temple also especially for the old and the aged.
The Brindavan Gardens offers visitors with an awe-inspiring experience that you will not get to see anywhere. It is a beautiful garden with exotic flowers and the fountains add a special beauty to the entire garden that has been built adjoining the Krishna Sagar Dam. With the setting sun, the garden is lit up with colorful lights and the dancing fountains wave their heads with the rhythm of the music. It is a wonderful sight to behold. The Mysore palace too looks grand when it is lit up in the evenings and especially decorated during festivals. The exquisite work of architecture will leave you dumb-founded. A visit to the Mysore Zoo will give you the opportunity to see huge tuskers and wonderful birds of various lands. Children would love to spend their time in the zoo. The museum has interesting historical artifacts and precious armors that were worn by the great kings of Mysore.
The other tourists’ destinations that are visited in the Mysore tour packages include Shravanabelagola, Shivasamudra Temple and Dharamsthala apart from the Chamundeswari Temple. The Lalit Mahal, Art Gallery, Jagmohan PalaceDutta Peetham and Karanji Kere are also interesting places to visit. The St. Philomena’s Church is one of the biggest churches in South India. Adventure trips are also arranged in the package tours. One can enjoy exciting experiences in kayaking, river rafting and trekking.
Being a famous tourists’ destination, Mysore hotels offer wonderful amenities to all the guests. There are various hotels to suit your budget. The resorts and 5-star hotels like Fortune JP Palace, Kaynes and Ritz are among the best Mysore Hotels. Budget hotels too offer great facilities and arrange for sight-seeing also. South Indian dishes are the common food available here. Multi-cuisine restaurants however serve various kinds of dishes.
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