Mysuru (Mysore) has many tourist destinations that you can drive to in less than 2 hours. Read on to know about a few such places to visit on a day trip.
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Gagan Mahal in Anegundi is a ruined palace that was once the abode of the rulers of Vijayanagara. The palace is the office of local administration now.
Aqueducts and canals in Hampi are an extensive network of waterways that were used in the ancient times. They are an attraction among the tourists today.
Did you know that Mysore is one of the first cities of Asia to undertake planned city development? Here 20 not so known facts about Mysore. Read on to know interesting facts about Mysore.
Nargund Fort in Gadag district of Karnataka is a historical structure that was constructed by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The fort was witness to several historic events and armed rebellions before succumbing to the forces of nature.
The Kittur Fort and Palace in Belgaum, Karnataka is a major historical site. The fort is associated with the brave Rani Chennamma and her armed rebellion against the British forces that took place much before the uprising of 1857.
The Aheri-Jumbagi dam is built across the river Aheri-Jumbagi flowing through the Krishna basin in Southern India. Find out nearby sightseeing options and accommodation options.
Jaganmohan Palace, Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery, is one of the majestic palaces that enhance the glory of the princely state of Mysore. Read on to know more about the history of this palace in Mysore.
Mysore is a city of palaces and Jayalakshmi Vilas palace is one of the major attractions in Mysore. Read on to know more about the history and architecture of the palace.
Mysore, the land of palaces, silks and sandalwood, has an array of delectable sights and sounds to offer. Find out more about what to shop in Mysore and where to shop from.