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Weekend Trip to Mysore, Karnataka

Famous for

  • Heritage


Summer 22 to 39°C

Winter 13 to 31°C

Distance / Traveling Time

From Bangalore: 143 kilometers / 2 h ,51 m

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The third largest city in Karnataka, Mysore or Mysuru is one of the most amazing South Indian vacation destinations from Bangalore during weekends. Placed at the foothills of the Chamundi Hills, this city is known for its extravagant Dussehra celebrations. The cultural capital of the state, famed for its palaces, Mysore boasts of a rich past that is around 600 years old. Mysore is dotted with a number of tourist attractions, which are explored by locals from Bangalore during the weekends. Two of its most popular attractions are the Mysore Palace and the Mysore Zoo. If ancient history of Mysore has a mythological connection, stating that it was ruled by Demon King Mahishasura, who was killed by Goddess Chamundeshwari, the presiding deity of Mysore. When in Mysore, do not forget to get your hands on Mysore paintings, Mysore Pak (sweet dish), silk sari and Mysore Peta (traditional silk turban).

How to Reach Mysore

By Train

The Bangalore and Mysore railway stations are well-connected with each other through regular train service. You can go on-board to Mysore from Bangalore. When at the Mysore station, hire a cab to go to your destination.

By Road

Mysore and Bangalore are well-linked to each other by road. Hiring a taxi can be the best option. However, you can also opt for state-run or private buses to go to Mysore.

Mysore Tour Packages

Hotels in Mysore

Rajendra Vilas Palace

Chamundi Hills

Kabini River Lodge

Karapur, Nissana Beltur Post, H.D. Kote Taluk

President Hotel

2723, Near Hardinge Circle, Bangalore-Nilgiri Road

Hotel Paradise

No. 104, Vivekananda Road, Yadavagiri