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    Mysore Sightseeing PackagesRated 4.1/5 (based on 303 reviews)Mysore Sightseeing Packages

    Best 2 Night 3 Days Mysore Tour Package For A Reviving Getaway 3 Days & 2 Nights

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    Mysore Sightseeing Packages

    Trip Location: Mysore
    Destinations Covered: 2N Mysore
    Start Point: Bangalore airport/railway station
    End Point: Bangalore airport/railway station
    Accommodation: Hotel
    Things to do: Sightseeing, road trip, shopping, boating, food tasting

    About the Package

    Witness the cultural beauty of South India at its best by planning a getaway to Mysore, and have the most rejuvenating weekend holiday ever. By booking one of these Mysore sightseeing packages, you will get to witness the best of both worlds, i.e. the famous attractions of Bangalore, and the mystical sites of Mysore. It will undoubtedly be the best way to satiate your wanderlust.

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    12 Gorgeous and Remarkable Places You Will Be Visiting On 2 Night 3 Days Mysore Itinerary 

    1. Bangalore Palace

    What’s Special: Stunning architecture, magnificent interiors

    Entry Fee: INR 230 per person (Indian national) and INR 460 per person (Foreign national)

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 4.7 Kilometers

    Bangalore Palace is known for its beautiful architecture and it resembles the palaces of England. The mighty palace has been home to the royal family and now serves as the famous tourist spots in Bangalore. The mighty palace was built in the year 1887 by King Chamaraj of Wadiyar Dynasty. One can see large courtyards and gardens in and around the palace.

    2. ISKCON Temple

    What’s Special: Mesmerizing architecture

    Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 4:15 AM to 5:00 AM, 7:15 AM to 1:00 PM, and 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM 

    Distance from City Centre: 9.5 Kilometers

    The ISKCON Temple in Bangalore is dedicated to Lord Krishna and was built in 1997. The temple is also dedicated to Sri Prahlada Narasimha, Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra, Sri Sri Nitai Gauranga, Sri Sri Krishna Balarama, and Sri Sri Nitai Gauranga. There are many cultural activities held, also many festivals are celebrated at the ISKCON Temple.

    3. Chamundi Hills

    What’s Special: Temple, Nature, Photography

    Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM, 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 3.6 Kilometers

    Chamundi Hills in Mysore is one of top-rated attractions owing to its natural beauty and panoramic views. These hills are known for viewpoints, one can see picturesque views from the hills. The Chamundi hills are also home to temples. One can reach to the top of the hills by taking the stairs or even by road as well.

    4. Nandi Statue

    What’s Special: Sacred temple, stunning viewpoints

    Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM, 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 3.6 Kilometers

    Chamundeshwari Temple is located on the top of the Chamundi Hills and offers breathtaking views. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari. As you enter the temple, you will be welcomed by a big Nandi statue, which is at the entrance of the temple. Many devotees visit the temple and seek blessings. The temple is built in Dravidian style of architecture and attracts tourists from all over the country.

    5. Wax Museum

    What’s Special: Theme park

    Entry Fee: INR 30 Per person

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 5.1 Kilometers

    Wax museum is a popular tourist attraction in Mysore and is visited by many tourists across the country. The museum is home to many life size wax statues playing musical instruments, playing different music instruments. The museum is home to 19 galleries with more than 300 western and Indian musical instruments.

    6. Mysore Zoo

    What’s Special: Wide variety of fauna

    Entry Fee: INR 20 per child, INR 60 per adult

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 4.2 Kilometers

    Mysore Zoo is one of the popular zoos in India and is spread in an area of around 3 kilometers. The zoo is home to more than 170 species of  flora and fauna. One can see a wide range of birds as well in the zoo. Mysore Zoo is also famous for its cross breeding practises and is also home to the highest number of elephants.

    7. Mysore Palace

    What’s Special: Mighty palace, stunning architecture

    Entry Fee: INR 40 per person

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 2.6 Kilometers

    Mysore Palace is one of the biggest palaces in India and is known for its remarkable architecture. The palace is also a top-rated tourists attraction in Mysore and is visited by people across the world. The palace is lit and decorated with thousands of light bulbs during the Dussehra festival. The palace is also perfect for great photography.

    8. St. Philomena’s Cathedral

    What’s Special: Second tallest church in Asia

    Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 5:00 AM to 6:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 4.9 Kilometers

    St. Philomena’s Cathedral opened for the public in 1941. The church is dedicated to Saint Philomena and sees tourists across the country. It is one of the most famous landmarks in Mysore and also known for its amazing architecture. If you want to attend the Holy Mass, the best time to visit the church is the morning and as well as in the evening.

    9. Tipu’s Summer Palace

    What’s Special: Beautiful architecture

    Entry Fee: INR 15 per person

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 19.9 Kilometers

    The Summer Palace was established in the year 1791 during  the reign of Tipu Sultan. The two-storeyed palace is known for its remarkable architecture and serene and tranquil surroundings. The palace is surrounded by phenomenal gardens which have many fountains and a wide variety of flowers.

    10. Ranganathaswamy Temple

    What’s Special: Remarkable architecture

    Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 7:30 AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 19 Kilometers

    Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is known for its remarkable architecture and sacredness. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ranganatha and is surrounded by the gorgeous Kaveri River. The temple is known for its mesmerizing beauty and serene ambiance. Visit the stunning temple which is also known for beautiful sunrises.

    11. Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

    What’s Special: A wide range of bird species

    Entry Fee: INR 50 per person

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 17.9 Kilometers

    Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is the largest bird sanctuary in the state of Karnataka. The sanctuary is located on the banks of Kaveri River and one can enjoy boating, photography, and bird watching activities. The most famous birds are Asian openbill stork, painted stork, common spoonbill, and woolly-necked stork.

    12. Brindavan Gardens

    What’s Special: Garges, musical fountain, light and sound show

    Entry Fee: INR 50 per person

    Famous Cuisine: South Indian Cuisine

    Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

    Distance from City Centre: 24 Kilometers

    Brindavan Gardens are known for its stunning beauty and serene ambiance. The garden is spread in an area of around 60 acres. One can see a wide variety of flowers, go boating, and see mesmerizing light and sound shows.

    Is This Trip Right For Me?

    This trip can be right for you if you are looking to explore all the popular and famous places in Mysore. This trip takes you through all the iconic landmarks in Mysore. You will see famous gardens, sacred places, museums, sanctuaries, and zoos.

    Being a gem of royalty, a Mysore city tour is all that you’ll need to admire the miraculous attractions like the grand Mysore Palace, mesmerizing Chamundi Hills, fascinating Wax Statue, beautiful Ranganath Swamy Temple, and more. You can also customize your holiday package as per your interests, need, and budget, and add the tourist places around Mysore you wish to explore to your itinerary.

    A serene sojourn in the city is an ideal way of spending good time with your family, friends, and even partner. While a Mysore one day trip might seem enough, two days extra for the holiday only makes it hassle-free and gives more time to explore, shop, and eat at one’s own pace.

    Mysore being a quaint little city makes for a perfect getaway destination, especially from Bangalore, and there’s no way you should miss a trip to this place. So, book your Mysore holiday package right away, and escape to the serene streets of the city.

    Highlights

    • Admire the architecture of Bangalore Palace
    • Get amazed by the mighty Mysore Palace
    • See exotic animals at Mysore Zoo
    • Explore the natural beauty of Brindavan Garden
    • Spend some serene and tranquil time at ISKCON Temple

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    Head to the serenity in Mysore!

    After your arrival in Bangalore, you’ll leave for Mysore. While you’re on the way to the quaint city, stop and visit the Bangalore Palace, and the Iskcon Temple. The spectacular beauty of both the places will leave you captivated and amazed. Later, resume your journey, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

    Distance Between Bangalore and Mysore: 150 kilometers

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    Other Benefits (On Arrival)

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    Be spellbound by the grand magnificence of Mysore.

    Have a hearty breakfast at the hotel and get ready for a Mysore city tour. Visit the famous Chamundi Hills (the temple dedicated to goddess Chamundi), Nandi Statue, Wax Museum, Mysore Zoo, Mysore Palace, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Tipu’s Summer Palace, Ranganath Swamy Temple, and Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary. Capture the beauty and grandness of the attractions both with your lens and eyes.

    Later, spend the evening with your loved ones in the beautiful Brindavan Gardens, located right behind the Krishnaraja Sagar Dam. The innumerable fountains, which dance to the music every evening in the garden will leave you in awe.

    LEnd the day with a relaxing overnight stay at the hotel.

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    Other Benefits (On Arrival)

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    Bid a sweet farewell to Mysore.

    On the last day of your trip, get ready after breakfast and pack your bags for it’s time to say goodbye to the city. Capture a few more memories on the way back before you reach home!

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    #3147; Bangalore-Nilgiri Road, Near Five-Light Circle, Convent Road,, 570001 Mysore, India

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      FAQs for Karnataka

      How much does a 3 day Mysore tour cost?

      The cost of your 3 days Mysore trip depends upon various factors such as trip duration, sightseeing tours included, meals, transfers, accommodation, and more. An ideal getaway to Mysore will cost between INR 10,000 to INR 11,000 per person. You can get your itinerary customized by mentioning your preferences and getting an itinerary drafted exclusively for you. You will be visiting famous tourist attractions, including Nandi Statue, Chamundi Hills, Wax Museum, Mysore Zoo, Mysore Palace, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Tipu’s Summer Palace, Ranganathaswamy Temple, and Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary.

      How can I spend 3 days in Mysore?

      You can check out the following plan for your 3 days Mysore trip:

      Day 1: Arrive in Bangalore and leave for Mysore. Visit Bangalore Palace and ISKCON before leaving the city.
      Day 2: Explore Chamundi Hills, followed by Nandi Statue, Wax Museum, Mysore Zoo, Mysore Palace, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Tipu’s Summer Palace, Ranganathaswamy Temple, and Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary.
      Day 3: Check the local market before returning back home.

      How many days are enough to visit Mysore?

      A minimum of 3 days are required to visit Mysore and explore all the places. One needs at least 3 days to visit all the major sightseeing points like Chamundi Hills, Nandi Statue, Wax Museum, Mysore Zoo, Mysore Palace, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Tipu’s Summer Palace, Ranganathaswamy Temple and many more. However, the number of days will depend on the kind of trip you are planning for and the places you want to visit. You can also check our 2 nights 3 days Mysore tour package to know more about the details.

      Is Mysore worth visiting?

      Also known as the cultural capital of Karnataka, Mysore is a great place when it comes to planning a trip. Home to some of the great sightseeing points like St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Tipu’s Summer Palace, Ranganathaswamy Temple and Mysore palace, the city of Mysore is famous for its architecture and structures. It is also famous amongst tourists for its traditions, culture and festivals. You can check our Mysore tour packages for hassle-free planning on your next trip.

      What is the best time to visit Mysore?

      The best time to visit Mysore is during the Monsoon and winter season i.e from July to February.

      Is one day enough for enjoying a Mysore trip?

      While Mysore can be explored in one day, traveling to and fro makes it difficult to admire the city at one’s own pace and there are chances of missing out certain attractions. So, it’s best to book at least a Mysore 2 days package.

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      Chaithrapaleppady's 3 days trip to Karnataka

      a year ago
      I had cancelled one of the hotels 24 hours prior to booking, yet I was not refunded, rest all good I had cancelled one of the hotels 24 hours prior to booking, yet I was not refunded, rest all good
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      Chaithrapaleppady

      Mangalore

      Csarun's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      21 days ago
      Booking and arrangements were very good but restaurants facility in hotels were not good. Further cab driver was good but cab condition was not good. Nature at it best
      CK

      Csarun K

      Bengaluru

      Shivanshu's 4 days trip to Tamil Nadu

      a month ago
      Our Driver Harsha Vardhan assigned for the entire trip did an amazing job. Special appreciation to him for making our trip memorable and easy. Our package was good but the itinerary could have been better with Coonoor toy train on last day rather than 3rd day as we had to comeback to Ooty all the way. And again go to the same route to reach Coimbatore airport. Hotel La Ruchi de Prince was very good including the wide range of delicious breakfast and the 5 star services. When we reached Hotel Kemps cave in Ooty on our 2nd day, we were shifted to Hotel Baron beside it but the rooms were good as per 3 star. But the food needs to be improved a lot as the dinner we had there was not that great. Due to which on 3rd day we had dinner at Anand Bhavan and it was super delicious. Overall it was a good experience and a memorable family trip. Ooty Lake boating was good. Pykara Waterfalls and lake can be avoided. Mysore palace was very photogenic. Mysore Zoo was good but you need atleast 2-3 hours to roam there.
      SS

      Shivanshu Srivastav

      mumbai

      Kaustubh's 4 days trip to Tamil Nadu

      6 months ago
      Till Ooty planning was nice, also enjoyed toy train suggestion, but travel agent didn't plan mysore trip well, had to rush to mysore and the journey was terrible. Took almost 6 hrs to reach bcoz of road work, travel agent should also keep up with construction work going on route and suggest accordingly. Overall experience was satisfactory Botanical garden visit and eating maggi with my family on dolphin point was magical
      KK

      Kaustubh Kamtekar

      Coimbatore

      Rajesh's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      9 months ago
      The trip was well planned by Gagan from Blissful travels. Very good accommodative driver arranged. All the places covered as per Iterney. 100 percent satisfaction with Blissful travel agency.
      RS

      Rajesh Subramaniyan

      Chennai

      Gandamalla's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      a year ago
      Overall experience was good dealing with your travel agency, only issue was with hotel we checked in Mysore, it stinks and AC was not working Morning sun rise at highest peak in madikeri, bird sanctuary at Mysore, these two are unforgettable moments
      GA

      Gandamalla Arjun

      Hyderabad

      Mr's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      a year ago
      Smooth onboard operation by Ms Divya and then Ms Bhargvi. Driver is very polite and well knowledge regarding all places. Perfectly planned. Experience is extremely good.
      MS

      Mr Sachin D Bhoir

      Mumbai

      Avinash's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      2 years ago
      All the arrangement were fantastic, but room in Coorg heights resort were average ,room was filled up with bad smell and bathroom fittings were under repair but resorts surroundings and Food was excellent
      AN

      Avinash Naiddu

      Chennai

      Anoop's 4 days trip to Tamil Nadu

      3 years ago
      Hotel Given fir mysore was very very bad, even breakfast was not provided, who will refund the money, also it was 1 star hotel Ooty trip was good and hotel provided also Ooty and Connor sight seeing
      AK

      Anoop Kumar

      mysore

      Seenuomc's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      3 years ago
      Everything was good. The driver was very friendly and interested to show us the places. The only problem was the driver( may be the owner cum driver) is always trying to save fuel by switching off AC. Told him to switch in AC twice or thrice. Every time he switches the AC for sometime and again at the next opportunity he switches off the AC and opens the window. Except for his fuel saving tendency, he is very good and is a good guide for tour. Overall it’s a great experience.
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      Seenuomc

      Bengaluru

      Harshendra's 4 days trip to Karnataka

      3 years ago
      Excellent organization of the trip by Swati! I will certainly plan my next trip with SKY tours and travels. Driver was very patient and took us safely to all the venues and got us back safely. A huge credit goes to Swati for her nicely organizing our trip
      H

      Harshendra

      bengaluru

      Ankit's 3 days trip to Tamil Nadu

      a year ago
      Excellent trip organised customised to our needs. Hotels offered were excellent with great amenities. Communication was excellent, were able to cover all places as per itinerary. Cab driver Anil was excellent, polite, interactive and pure joy to travel with. Overall an excellent trip, would love to travel again with travel triangle and KY Holidays. Hotel Gem Park at Ooty. Great location, amenities and views.
      AG

      Ankit Gupta

      Delhi

      Syed's 3 days trip to Karnataka

      4 years ago
      Hotels are just average. There is no good breakfast facilities in both the hotels. Also very limited breakfast at church in hotel 29, Bangalore. i never recommend this hotel to anyone. There is no hotwater facility for bathing at Mysore hotel during evening time while we checked in at 8.30pm. After repeated requests and complaints they had provided hot water for bathing.breakfast in the morning also too late. They provided it after 9.30pm. Bannerghatta national park safari trip, wonderla amusement park at Bangalore, night dinner at umpire restaurant near to our hotel, Brindavan garden and mysore palace are memorable moments in that trip.
      SB

      SYED BENIYAS

      Vijayawada

      Divya's 4 days trip to Tamil Nadu

      3 months ago
      We had a bad experience at the hotel in Ooty. The hotel we book was given to somebody and we had to wait on the road in hot sun for 3 hours. The travel agent was initially not understanding our problem. He was not even empathetic. After long discussion he booked an ever average cottage where we adjusted for three days.
      DV

      Divya Vedala

      Hyderabad

      Sangeetha's 5 days trip to Karnataka

      2 months ago
      Travel triangle made our vacation very easy by planning for us everything well in advance.. we had a seamless vacation because of travel triangle... thank you so much Mandalpatti trip in Coorg is the best memory...
      SJ

      Sangeetha Jambu

      Chennai