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Mysore Sight Seeing

Former Capital of the erstwhile Wodeyars, is also known as the City of Palaces. Located 770 m above sea level. Mysore inspite of being ruled by different Rulers and Kingdoms for ages, still retains its old charm and Stately beauty. There are many sights in Mysore like the magnificent Mysore Palace, Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery, St. Philomena's Church, KRS Brindavan Gardens. And the convenient an exciting way to explore these sights is to take the KSTDC conducted Mysore Sight-seeing tour.

Mysore is the formal Capital of the erstwhile Wodeyars and also theState of MYSORE before it was shifted to Bangalore. The city of Palaces has been theCulture Capital of Karnataka ever since and even to this day millions of Tourists from allover the World visit Mysore during Dasehra (Nava Rathri) during October.

Srirangapatna The island fortress of the legendary Tiger of Mysore - Tipu Sultan, takes you through the pages of history. Every stone, every Temple, every Palace and every Mosque in here has a story to tell.


Prime Sites

Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace :
The summer Palace of Tipu Sultan, built fully by wood is today a museum devoted to Tipu Sultan

Gumbaz :
An imposing structure where the mortal remains of Hyder Ali, his wife and Tipu Sultan were confined.

Ranganathaswamy Temple :
Temple of Lord Vishnu in the sleeping posture on the Great Snake Anantha, is one of the Largest temples in the State. It is a beautiful example for both Vijayanagara and Hoysala Styles of Architecture.

St Philomena's Church :
A beautiful Cathedral with stained Glass Windows and lofty Towers. Reminiscent of Medival Architecture.

Art Gallery :
The Jaganmohan Palace today houses one of the India's best Art Gallery since 1875. Mysore "Gold Leaf" paintings are well known through out the world.

Brindavan Gardens :
World Famous Terrace Gardens with Musical Fountains which gets transformed into a dreamland by night with swirling waters, colourful lights and melodious music.

Chamundi Hills :
A symbol of victory of Good over Evil is a 335 metre landmark with 1000 steps. Half way up along the stone steps is Nandi, a majestic 4.8 mts monolith. Atop the hill is huge statue of Mahishasura, the demon and a temple of Goddess Chamundeshwari, can also be reached by driving 13 Kms.

Mysore Palace :
Built in the Indo - Saracenic Style with domes, turrets, arches and colonnades, the palace in-spite of housing the Royal Family is open for Visitors it attracts in millions from all over the world.

Sri Chamarajendra Zoological garden :
A house for animals in captivity was established in 19th century under the patronage of the then King, houses many endangered species.

Departure:  7.15 am
Arrival:  11.15 pm
Visit to Daria Daulat, Gumbuz, Ranganataswamy Temple, St.Philomena's Church, Chamundi Hills, Mysore Palace & Brindavan Garden.

Package Includes :

  • Transportation by Non A/C coach
  • Parking and Guide fees

Package Excludes :

  • All meals
  • Entrance fees
  • Personal Expenses