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Tourist Attractions in Thrissur

Kerala's cultural centre is the tranquil tiny town of Thrissur, which is well-known for hosting the annual Thrissur Pooram festival. This is the most vibrant and impressive temple festival in the nation, attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world and different parts of India.

This location was once known as Thrissivaperoor, after Lord Siva. Numerous institutes of higher learning, the arts, and culture are located in Thrissur. This city has a rich history, having witnessed the rise and fall of numerous kingdoms. The Zamorins of Calicut, the Portuguese Invasion, Perumpadappu Swaroopam, and lastly, the British all had a significant impact on Thrissur's history.

Places to Visit in Thrissur

  • Basilica Of Our Lady Of Dolours 
  • Thrissur Zoo And State Museum
  • Athirappilly Waterfalls
  • Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple
  • Vilangankunnu
  • Punnathur Kotta
  • Nehru Park 
  • Vintage Vauxhall Velox Car Club
  • Thekkinkadu Maidan
  • Kollengode Palace

Athirappilly Waterfalls- Athirapally Falls, which is 60 kilometres outside the city, is one of the most popular attractions in Thrissur. The 330-foot-wide and 80-foot-high falls, which are frequently referred to as the Niagara Falls of India, originate in the Anamudi Mountains.

Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple- Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple is not only one of the best and most well-liked tourist attractions in Thrissur, but also the site of several ancient stories. Everything about the temple, from its exquisite architecture to its intricate crafts, is worth seeing, especially at night.

Vilangankunnu- Vilangankunnu is the best location to be if you're looking for bizarre spots to visit in and around Thrissur. This hillside has been transformed into an amusement park and is situated 7 kilometres from the city. Although the park has kid-friendly attractions, adults should also go because of the stunning views.

Punnathur Kotta- Only 3 miles separate this well-known elephant sanctuary from the Guruvayoor Temple. There are many things to do in this area to keep you engaged, like seeing elephants in their natural habitat and watching them perform their daily tasks. After the temple, you might stop by this place to round up your evening with something delicious. This is a must-see location among the many in Thrissur.

Thekkinkadu Maidan- Thekkinkadu Maidan, an attractive open space in Thrissur, Kerala, is located in the heart of the city and has an oval shape. The Vadakkumnathan Shiva Temple and other attractions make this a surreal spectacular that you will remember for the rest of your life. In addition, several of Thrissur's top homestays are located close by.

If you are planning to visit Thrissur, then you must check out our Thrissur tour packages.


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