The Marvellous Tourist Attractions at Mysore

Mysore is one of the largest cities in Karnataka and home to many fabulous offerings that tourists could enjoy on their trip to this region. Most of the Mysore tourist attractions are palaces that were built by Wodeyar kings, when this city was the capital of their kingdom. Today, as it strives to keep its pace with the advancements of the twenty-first century, the old charm and cultural heritage of the city has been successfully retained. Travellers visiting this region would come across heritage buildings, museums, temples and gardens galore during their sight-seeing tours.

Tourist attractions in Mysore
Mysore Palace
Other than the majestic palaces of the Wodeyar kings, there are many other attractions that tourists would like to visit during their time spent in the city. All the interesting places to visit in Mysore are located at short distances from each other. Brindavan Gardens is among the most attractive places in Mysore city, well-known for its  dazzling fountains that spring to life with colourful illuminations after sunset. Another interesting tourist attraction is Mysore Zoo, which is one of the country's oldest zoos. Among the historical structures is St. Philomena's Church, one of the oldest churches in India and visited by numerous locals as well as tourists.

Famous places to visit in Mysore
Srirangapatna
While spending their vacation in this city, tourists need accommodation by way of well-furnished rooms or suites. Some of the popular hotels in Mysore offer excellent accommodations to guests and are fully equipped with modern amenities. Facilities provided in the rooms and suites are top-class and designed to provide guests with a truly pleasant stays.  LCD television, in-house laundry, high speed Wi-Fi connectivity and 24-hour room service are just some of the facilities provided in these hotels. Guests can also benefit from additional benefits such as  excursions to nearby attractions  on demand.

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