Tourist Attractions in Mysore

Tourist Attractions In Mysore

One Day Mysore Sight Seeing (Daily)

Dep. 7.30 a.m. from Bangalore Pick up from our office Jayanagar 9th Block at 6.30 a.m

Visiting Places : Srirangapatna, Ranganatha Swamy Temple, Tippu's Fort, Gumbaz, Tippu's Summer Palace, Mysore St.Philomina's Church, Chamundi Hill, Big Bull, Maharaja's Palace, Art Gallery, and Beautiful Brindavan Garden (Colour Full Musical Fountains).

Arrival at 11:30 PM in the night

PACKAGE INCLUDES :Transportation and Sight seeing NOTE : All Entrance Fee & Guides Charges Extra Note : Same Place Pickup & Drop call 9019995524

Mysore is the second largest city in the state of Karnataka, India. It is the headquarters of the Mysore district and the Mysore division and lies about 140 km (87 mi) southwest of Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka. the Hindu mythology. The city is spread across an area of 128.42 km2 (50 sq mi) and is situated at the base of the Chamundi Hills. Mysore is one of the most important tourist centers of the Karnataka state of India. Mysore is also known as Palace City of India. The Mysore Palace in the city is one of the most visited monuments in India, even beating Red Fort, Qutb Minar in 2006.

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