Mysore is commonly known as the City of Palaces, and there are a total of 7 palaces.
According to mythology, Mysore was ruled by demon king Mahishasura, hence came the name of this place Mahisooru. The city of demon Mahisha. The demon was killed by Goddess Chamundeswari, whose temple is situated at the top of the Chamundi hills. now this place is called Mysuru(in the Kannada language).
Mysore Palace, also called Amba Vilas Palace, is one of the largest palaces in India. Situated in the state of Karnataka. The Old Palace or the Wooden Palace was destroyed in a fire in 1897.
Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and his mother Maharani Kempananjammanni Devi, commissioned the British architect Henry Irwin to build a new palace.
April to July: The summer months are quite a bit sunny with the average temperature going between 22-39°C but the weather turns cool after the time of sunset. if you are planning to come at this time, don’t forget to carry sunglasses, hats, water bottles and wear light cotton.
July to September: The city receives medium to heavy rainfall. The temperature ranges from 19*C to 29* C. don’t forget to carry an umbrella and appropriate footwear.
October to March: This is the best time to visit Mysore. This is also the peak season for tourists in Mysore. The temperature ranges from 15*C to 27*C. Mysore is majorly known for its Dussehra and Navratri festival celebrations. make sure your bookings are done in advance and carry warm clothes.
Air: The Mysore Airport, also known as Mandakalli airport is a domestic airport. The nearest International airport is the Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru.
Travelers coming from abroad can book their tickets to Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru, which is about 178km from Mysore. From Bengaluru, travelers can avail flights, bus, or train services to reach Mysore.
Train: Mysore railway station is located in the heart of the main city.
Mysore railway station has a large number of direct trains from Bangalore, it will take 2hr 30 mins to reach Mysore. Try to reach before 10 AM.
Bus: Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation(KSRTC) provides a large number of buses routed from Bengaluru. There are several private bus operators different types of buses like Private A/C, Volvo, Deluxe buses for the tourist traveling to Mysore. From Bengaluru, the bus will take 3hr to reach Mysore. Try reaching around 10 AM.
Uber and Ola’s autos are easily available in Mysore. Recommended to book autos and explore Mysore.
Hotels are easily available in Mysore.
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