Madras, the fourth largest city in India, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city has a decidedly colonial charm to it. The place has a fine manifestation of tradition and modernity. Among the many attractions of the city is the Madras Snake Park where over 500 species of snakes and reptiles are on display.
Madras is well connected by air, rail, and road with important destinations in India. Located on the eastern side of Madras is St George, which is on the shores of the Bay of Bengal. You will have to hire either auto-rickshaws or taxis. Buses also connect this architectural grandeur with other parts of the city.
Travel to Madras by Air
Madras has domestic as well as international airports. The Kamaraj Domestic Airport and the Anna International Airport are located at Tirusulam, at a distance of 20 km from the city.
Travel to Madras by Rail
Madras is also well connected to all the major cities in India through a wide network of railways. The main railheads are Madras Central and Egmore.