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How to Reach Mattencherry Palace in Kochi

The stark beauty of the Mattencherry Palace will astound you
Mattancherry Palace In Kochi

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Mattancherry, Kochi, Kerala 682002

Ideal for Family Historical Sites Sightseeing

How to Reach Mattencherry Palace

If you are wondering How to Reach Mattancherry Palace, then here is the perfect answer. The neighbourhood of Mattancherry is located about 10 kilometres from Ernakulam. The nearest airport from Mattancherry Palace is Cochin International Airport (COK), which is about 25 km from Kochi in Nedumbassery. The airport is served by regular domestic and international airlines. Travellers who are looking up how to reach Mattancherry Palace can contact local sightseeing tour operators in Kochi or rent a cab to visit Mattancherry Palace.

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What can I expect to see at the Mattancherry Palace?

Pieces of Kerala history, Kerala art, Hindu murals and similar artifacts is what you can see at the Mattancherry Palace.

What is the history of the Mattancherry Palace?

Mattancherry Palace was gifted to the Raja of Kochi by the Portuguese in 1555, as a gesture of goodwill. In 1663, the Dutch renovated the palace and gave it its alternate name - the Dutch Palace. 

Is photography allowed at the Mattancherry Palace?

There is strictly no photography allowed inside the Mattancherry Palace.