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Mysore : How to Reach Mysore

How to Reach Mysore

Mysore is the second largest city in the state of Karnataka. Mysore was the erstwhile capital of the state when the Wodeyars ruled it. Since time immemorial Mysore has played an important part in the history of South India and especially of Karnataka. As time has passed though Mysore has changed according to the changing times it still retains its old world charm and continues to be to a quaint little city that is relaxed and moving at its own leisurely pace. Travelling to Mysore is easy. It is well connected by road and rail to all the major cities in India. Mysore does not have an airport though there are plans to construct an airport shortly. The nearest airport is in Bangalore.

By Road
Mysore is 139kms to the south west of Bangalore. The state highway that connects these two cities is very well maintained. Travelling from Bangalore to Mysore by road is a pleasant experience and will take about 3hrs. The Karnataka Road Transport Corporation has excellent bus service to Mysore. There are ordinary buses, semi-luxury buses and luxury buses operated by the Government of Karnataka. Every half an hour there is a non-stop bus to Mysore from Bangalore Bus Station. Corporations of other states and private tour operators have buses plying to Mysore as well. All these facilities have made Mysore extremely accessible by road.

By Train
Mysore is connected with a number of trains to Bangalore. The super fast luxury train the Shatabdi Express connects Mysore to Madras. The quickest and most comfortable way to reach Mysore is via Bangalore.

By Air
The nearest airport to Mysore is Bangalore (139 km). All the domestic airlines in the country operate their flights to Bangalore from all the major cities in the country. Some international airlines too have flights to Bangalore. Bangalore is to have an international airport shortly.

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