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Splendour, Grandeur, heritage, wildlife, culture, handicrafts, silks, and food are a few of the many synonyms for Mysuru. The ‘city of Palaces’, Mysuru is famous for its rich heritage and splendour. The former state capital and the cultural capital of Karnataka are home to the internationally acclaimed Mysuru Palace. Mysuru is one of the most visited cities in South India for its culture, dance & music, art, and literature, crafts, silks, and food. The splendid monuments and heritage buildings tell us many historical stories of the old-world charm. Indulge in the scrumptious Mysuru Dosa and Mysuru Pak, the delicacies which gravitate travellers and foodies. One of the major Yoga and wellness hubs of the country is Mysuru. Mysuru is the birthplace of the Ashtanga form of Yoga and is the best place to learn and practice the holistic form.
Mysuru Dasara, held in October is the most acclaimed festival in the country celebrated in splendor.

Places of interest in Mysuru

Any number of days in an itinerary will be less to see and experience Mysuru. The major attractions include Mysuru Palace, Lalit Mahal Palace Talakad, Mysore Zoo, Nagarahole National Park, Chamundeshwari Temple,  Melkote, Mysuru Rail Museum, and Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery.
Explore the city at your pace and experience the grandeur.

How to reach

Mysuru is well connected with all the major cities of Karnataka and across the country. Mysuru has a domestic airport with flights from Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Goa, and Kochi. The nearest international airports are Bengaluru and Kannur. Mysuru is also well connected by rail to major cities of the country. KSRTC is a government-run public transport service and is well-connected with major cities and towns of Karnataka. KSTDC has packages to visit to these heritage places of Mysuru.

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