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Tamilnadu Destinations

Visit the temple city of India - Tamil Nadu. Get to explore the magic of famous cities of Tamil Nadu like Chennai, Madurai, Mahabalipuram and more only with Tamil Nadu tourism. Experience the brilliance of architectural marvels of Dravidian times. Plethora of ancient monuments and temples has its own story of artistic and cultural achievement that attract history lovers from all over. Pristine beauty of hill stations like Ooty, Kodaikanal leaves the visitors mesmerized with its irresistible charm.

Chennai

Being the capital city of Tamilnadu, Chennai act as a gateway to enter this amazing state. Counted as one of the 4 metropolitan cities, Chennai or Madras (as it was called earlier) bound the travelers with its irresistible charm. Although the warm weather (during summers) might hold you back but still there is so much to explore here. Lets explore the tourist attractions of Tamilnadu tourism in Chennai. 

Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram, also known, as "Mamallapuram" is located 58-km, south of Chennai, nestling on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, offers many breath-taking monuments with Sculptural Panels, Caves, Monolithic Rathas and Temples.The dreamy rock cut art is an amazingly extravaganza. For the more ecclesiastical tourists there are the temples besides the shores, rathas, Arjuna's penance that are exclusive to the region. A crocodile bank, snake venom extracting centre, schools of art and sculpture and a wide spectrum of resorts along the beach entice holiday-seekers all round the year.

Kanchipuram

The ancient capital of the Pallava rulers and once one of the most sacred cities of India, Kancheepuram Tamilnadu today is known for its famous silk sarees and ancient temple all over. Situated 76 km from Chennai this city is known as the 'City of Thousand Temples'. One can also find the mention of Kancheepuram in the Indian mythology. Lets explore its different aspects with Kanchipuram tourism.

Pondicherry

There stands Francois Dupleix. Not too far away is Joan of Arc. It’s a trip down France as one crosses symmetrically aligned streets in puducherry.The Portuguese have been here. So have the Dutch.. The Danes. The English And the French.By 18th century this tiny fishing village had turned into a grand port city. The French first set foot here in 1670 and left a part of them when their undisturbed rule finished in 1954. Not much has changed since. The history has become punctuated.

Thanjavur

A world heritage site preserved by UNESCO, Thanjavur or Tanjore is one great destination to see especially for the history lovers. The rock temples located in and around this city are the brilliant example of the architectural marvel of Chola rulers. Located just 55 km from the Tiruchirappalli, a visit to Thanjavur is like taking a walk past the ancient history lanes, when Tamilnadu empire was in its full glory. Lets explore the different facets of this ancient city with Tanjore tourism.

Trichy

Tiruchirapalli India is 325 km south west of Madras which is now known as Chennai. Tiruchirappalli was the heart of Tamil Nadu, situated at the head of the Kaveri delta. The Pallavas, Pandyas and Cholas chose this city for their feudal wars. The city is known for its temple architecture. The most famous land mark of this bustling town is the Rock fort Temple, a spectacular monument perched on a massive rocky out crop which rises abruptly from the plain to tower over the old city.

Madurai

Known as the "city of nectar" Madurai is considered to be the oldest city of Tamilnadu having a number of ancient temples to see here. Located on Vaigai river this city was the seat of the Pandyan rulers who built many brilliant monuments here. Lets have a sneak peek of the rich past of the city with Madurai tourism.

Rameswaram

Situated here are some of the most famous temple sites to see with Tamilnadu tourism, that is one main reason Rameshwaram is called the temple city of the state. Located at the South-Eastern corner of the state this city is the is the foremost religious city for both Vaishnavaites and Shaivites pilgrims.

Kanyakumari

Kanyakumari in Tamilnadu is one destination that is visited by both the travelers ie those looking for a religious place to visit and those who just want to relax. The city named after the Kanyakumari temple is dedicated to Kumari Amman and is a great pilgrim destination. Beside also get to explore the natural beauty of the city. Lets have a look at different option offered by Kanyakumari tourism.

Kodaikanal

Located in the lap of Palani hills, is a beautiful and one of the most popular hill stations in Tamilnadu- Kodaikanal. Situated at a height of almost 2100 m, Kodaikanal is immensely blessed with extreme natural beauty. Once here all you have to do is just sit back and relax and enjoy the romantic weather of the place.

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