Famously known as The City of Palaces, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Mysore is one of the most flamboyant places in the country. It is replete with the history of its dazzling royal heritage, intricate architecture, its famed silk sarees, yoga, and sandalwood, to name just a few. Located in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills, Mysore is the third most populated city in the state of Karnataka, and its rich cultural heritage draws millions of tourists all year round. Mysore is steeped in royal history – it was one of the three largest Princely States in the erstwhile British Empire of India. To this day, the Mysore Palace stands tall as one of the most spectacular palaces all over the country. A very famous tourist spot that sees thousands of visitors milling in and around it every day, the Mysore Palace is renowned for its architecture, design, artisanship and ancient upholstery. A mesmerizing example of Indo-Saracenic architecture, every inch of the palace drips with opulence and intricate details, and every room that you visit stands out in terms of its elaborate architecture, beautiful paintings, rich colours and stained-glass windows. On every Sunday, and during the Dussehra celebrations, the palace is spectacularly lit up once dusk falls.
Day 1 :- Bangalore – MysorePick up form railway station / airport and drive towards Mysore. Evening for leisure, Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2 :- Mysore – CoorgMorning after breakfast local sightseeing for Mysore visit Bull Temple, Maharaja Palace, St. Philomina's Church, and Brindavan Gardens etc later drive to Coorg. Overnight stay.
Day 3 :- CoorgFull day visits at Coorg. Visit Talakaveri, Bhaghamandala, Abby Falls, Raja's Seat, Omkareswara Temple, Madikeri Fort, Raja's Tomb, etc Overnight stay at Coorg.
Day 4 :- Coorg – Madikeri – Kukke SubrahmanyaMoring after breakfast drive to Kukke Subrahmanya enroot visit MadikeriKukke Subrahmanya is situated in a picturesque surrounding at the feet of Western Ghats in the Sullia Taluk of Dakshina Kannada District of Karnataka State. The Subrahmanya Temple is one of the famous and richest temples of South India. This place is directly connected by road from Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Udupi, Dharmasthala and other places. It is surrounded by Kodagu district in the east, Puttur Taluk of Dakshina Kannada district in the west, Sakleshpur of Hassan district in the north, and Sullia, the Taluk headquarter in south. Direct buses are moving between Subrahmanya and these places. Subramanya used to be called as Kukke Pattana in the past. In the 'Shankara Vijaya' Anandagiri observes that Sri Shankaracharya camped here for a few days during his religious expedition (Digvijaya). Shankaracharya referred to this place as 'Bhaje Kukke Lingam' in his 'Subrahmanya Bhujangaprayata Stotram'.
Day 5:- Kuuke Subrahmanya – BangaloreAfter breakfast, proceed to Bangalore, on arrival, drop at railway station / airport.
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