Both Mysore and Gadag are in the state Karnataka. The cities are 590 km apart, but there is a direct train to travel that is, train no: 06201, which takes about 13 and half hours to reach Gadag from Mysore. You could also take the Swarna Jayanthi train to Hubli, followed by either a bus or car into Gadag. With a bus, it would take 12 hours and 50 minutes but with a car it would take 10 hours 40 minutes. You could also take the Swarna Jayanthi train to Dharwad followed by a car into the city. Another option would be to take car to Arsikere followed by train no: 06501 to Gadag.
While in Gadag, the best places to visit are Saraswati temple at Trikuteshwara temple complex or the other two temples in the complex. Also, there is 111 foot statue of Basaveshwara at the Bhishma Lake under construction that will be the tallest statue in the world soon. There are other temples and even mosques which capture the nature of Gadag's architecture, which dates back centuries.
Distance between Mysore and Gadag is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Mysore is one of the popular cultural tourist destinations in India. It is also a prominent industrial hub that houses many industries like IT, automobile and textiles. Mysore has numerous heritage and archaeological sites that entice visitors from far and wide. The city is located close to important eco-tourist destinations and popular hill stations.
Mysore, also called as cultural capital of Karnataka is known for its spectacular palaces, beautiful gardens and colourful festivals. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated with great fervour and the city gets magnificently decorated. Book cabs in Mysore
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You can reach Gadag from Mysore by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Gadag is a district that lies in state of Karnataka. The only direct transport available to the city is bus. The city railway station lies on Wadi-Gadag railway line. The nearest airport to Gadag is Hubli Airport Hubli, Karnataka being 70 km away. International tourists who wish to travel to Gadag can arrive on Bangalore International Airport Bangalore and board by bus or train. The city is accessible by road from Bangalore being 420 km away through NH4 straight to Gadag. Tourists may also chose to arrive on Goa International Airport Goa being 246 KM away and board via taxis, buses or trains. Tourists can also hire easily available cabs from Bangalore to Gadag through services like Savaari Car Rentals..
The city is famous for its ancient architecture the monuments constructed a decade centuries ago by the local rulers. One such to look at is the Someshwara temple at Lakshmeshwara, which is of great importance and displays a great architectural work with carvings outside. Trikuteshwara complex is a place in the city which is a collection of many temples and a mosque built at different levels in different times. The name from which the complex is derived is a temple built in Chalukya region around the seven century being dedicated to the hindu goddess of knowledge, music and wisdom Saraswati. Another temple named as Veeranarayana Temple came to existence around the eleventh century is worth visit. Jumma Masjid, a mosque built around mid seventeenth century had a massive capacity of six hundred people. Internal transports in the city are accessible through taxis by services like Savaari car rentals, buses of state bus facility and local auto-rickshaws. Kurtakoti, a village around sixteen kilometers from the city is known for the temples of Hindu gods from the Sanskrit epic Ramayana.