|Duration:||1 Night & 2 Days|
|Tour Type:||Private Tour by Car w/ Hotel|
Are you looking for a short getaway from Bangalore to break the monotony of your life?
Mysore is the perfect destination from Bangalore. It is one of the historical cities located in Karnataka with many amazing attractions. Escape to Mysore for a luxurious and unforgettable holiday with our 2 Days & 1 Night Mysore tour package from Bangalore.
Mysore is also known as the ‘City of Palaces’ for its vast array of magnificent buildings and monuments, such as Mysore Palace, Big Bull Temple, and Jaganmohan Palace. So you can plan a refreshing 2 day trip to Mysore from Bangalore by car with your loved ones. There are many prominent places to visit in Mysore and this tour package offers a mix of culture, history, and natural beauty in Mysore over the course of two days.
You can enjoy the beauty of Mysore with its lush green gardens, century-old temples, and forts. Plus, with a wide range of activities and attractions to choose from, you’ll be able to customize your 2 day trip to suit your interests and preferences. Activities like going on sightseeing tours, shopping in the vibrant markets, and trying out authentic cuisine. You can also indulge in adventure activities or take a leisurely stroll along the streets. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to indulge in the charm and splendor of Mysore – book your tour today and start planning your dream vacation!
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₹9300 per Couple*
Hotel SK Elegance/ Similar
2722/1, Sri Harsha Rd, Next to Woodlands Theatre, Mysuru, Karnataka, India 570001
₹9900 per Couple*
Hotel Sepoy Grande/ Similar
62/B, M G Road, Opp. JSS Hospital, Mysuru, Karnataka, India 570004
- Hotel Stay in Mysore for 1 Night
- 1 X Breakfast at Hotel in Mysore
- AC Vehicle for 2 Days
- Sightseeing in a Private Car as per the Itinerary
- Pickup & Drop from Bangalore Hotel/ Residence/ Airport/ Railway Station/ Bus Station
- Driver allowances
- Parking charges
- Inclusive of Taxes
- Any Meals other than the one specified in Inclusions
- Entry ticket fees for tourist attractions
- Items of personal nature viz. laundry, tips, mineral water, insurance, etc..
- Anything not specifically mentioned in the Inclusions section
Itinerary for 2 Day Trip to Mysore from Bangalore
Day 1 (Bangalore to Mysore | Mysore Arrival & Sightseeing)
As the sun rises, it’s time to set off on your adventure to the royal city of Mysore. After a comfortable journey from Bangalore by road, you’ll arrive at your destination, ready to check-in to your hotel in Mysore and freshen up before embarking on a day full of sightseeing. Get ready to explore all that Mysore has to offer.
1. Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple
Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is a popular Hindu temple dedicated to the revered deity Ranganatha, a form of the god Vishnu. It is considered one of the most important Vishnu temples in South India. The temple complex is enormous and is surrounded by seven concentric walls, with 21 Gopurams (towering gateways) adorned with intricate carvings and sculptures. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site in India and is known for its architectural and cultural significance.
2. Tombs of Tipu Sultan & Hyder Ali
The Tombs of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali, also known as the Gumbaz, are located in the city of Srirangapatna. These tombs are the burial places of Tipu Sultan, the 18th-century ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, and his father, Hyder Ali. The tombs are constructed of brick and are surrounded by gardens and a large compound. It is notable for its intricate carvings and intricate decorative elements, including inlaid tiles and painted murals.
3. Jagan Mohan Palace
The Jagan Mohan Palace was built in the 19th century by the Maharaja of Mysore. It has now been converted into a museum that is open to the public. The palace is constructed of red brick and is adorned with ornate carvings and decorative elements. It features a blend of Hindu, Mughal, and Gothic architectural styles and is known for its grandeur and elegance.
4. Brindavan Gardens
The Brindavan Gardens are a series of terraced gardens located in the city of Mysore in Karnataka. The gardens were created in the 20th century and are known for their well-manicured lawns, flower beds, and fountains. They are known for their serene and peaceful atmosphere. It is a popular spot in Mysore for picnics and leisurely strolls. They are illuminated with colorful lights in the evening, which makes them an especially popular destination for tourists and locals alike.
5. KRS Dam
The Krishnaraja Sagar Dam, built in the 20th century, is known for its size and architectural beauty. The dam is used for irrigation and hydroelectric power generation and is a key source of water and electricity for the region. It is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike and is known for its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities. The KRS Dam is a popular tourist attraction in Mysore that the Brindavan Gardens surround.
After a long and rewarding day of sightseeing, return to the comfort of your hotel and rest up for another exciting day in Mysore.
Day 2 (Mysore Sightseeing | Mysore to Bangalore)
Rise and shine! It’s time to start day two of your adventure in Mysore. After a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast, check-out from the hotel. Today is sure to be filled with excitement and wonder. So, get ready to make the most of your time in Mysore and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.
1. Chamundi Hills
Chamundi Hills is a hill located in Mysore, which is known for its temple. The temple is located at the top of the hill and is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Chamundeshwari. The hill offers panoramic views of the city and is a popular spot for hiking and picnicking. It is also home to a number of other landmarks, including the Chamundeshwari Temple and the Nandi Bull statue.
2. Statue of Mahishasura and Nandi
The Statue of Mahishasura and Nandi is a large statue located on Chamundi Hills in Mysore. The statue depicts the Hindu goddess Chamundeshwari riding on the back of a bull known as Nandi. The statue is known for its size and intricate details. It is made of granite and is over 40 feet tall. The statue is considered an important symbol of the city and is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike.
3. Mysore Zoological Park
The Mysore Zoological Park, also known as the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, is a large zoological garden spread over an area of 245 acres. It also makes efforts to conserve endangered species. The park is home to a wide variety of animals, including lions, tigers, leopards, bears, primates, deer, and many more. It also has a large aviary and a reptile house. In addition to the animals, the park also has a botanical garden and a children’s park.
4. Mysore Maharaja Palace
The Mysore Maharaja Palace is a palace that was once the residence of the Maharaja of Mysore and has now been converted into a museum. The palace is known for its architectural beauty and is constructed of stone and marble. It features a blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles and is adorned with intricate carvings and decorative elements.
5. St. Philomena’s Cathedral
St. Philomena’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the city of Mysore. The cathedral is known for its architectural beauty and is constructed of brick and stone. It features Gothic-style arches and spires and is adorned with intricate carvings and decorative elements. The cathedral is a popular tourist attraction in Mysore and is known for its historical and cultural significance. It is also an important religious site for Catholics in the region.
6. Mysore Railway Museum
The Mysore Railway Museum is one of the first railway museums dedicated to the history of railways in India. The museum is located at the Mysore Railway Workshop and is managed by the Indian Railways. The museum features a collection of historic locomotives and coaches, including steam engines and diesel locomotives, as well as a display of railway equipment and artifacts. In addition, it displays a collection of railway exhibits and carriages.
7. Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum
The Mysore Sand Sculpture Museum is the first sand sculpture museum established in 2015 and is located on the banks of Karanji Lake. It is spread over an area of about 2 acres and features work made by skilled artists. The museum displays a collection of sand sculptures that are created using sand, water, and natural pigments. The sculptures depict a wide range of themes, including historical events, cultural traditions, religious themes, popular stories, and modern-day issues.
As the sun sets on another incredible day in Mysore, it’s time to bid farewell to this city and begin your journey back to Bangalore. But don’t worry, the memories of your time in Mysore will stay with you long after you return home.
Book your 2 Day Bangalore to Mysore Trip
Mysore is a picturesque city in the southern region of India and is known for its majestic palaces, lush green gardens, and its rich cultural heritage. From the majestic Mysore Palace to the iconic Chamundi Hills, there is plenty to explore in this vibrant city. You can also enjoy some breathtaking views from the top of Brindavan Gardens or take part in spiritual ceremonies at the famous temples.
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