Perched at the base of Chamundi Hills, Mysore is the second largest city in Karnataka. The city has a lovely culture. It is covered with lush green environment and various waterfalls and places to visit, giving its tourists a nice experience. The distance between Mysore and Nandi hills is around 207 km. Although there are no direct trains between the two, one could take a taxi directly and reach quickly. There is another way as well; a more affordable one will require tourists to take Hampi Express from Mysore to Doddaballapur and then take a taxi till Nandi hills. Tourists can also take a cab ride till Bangalore from Nandi Hills and then take Shatabadi Express to Mysore. The moderate climate in Nandi Hills allows the tourists to visit any time of the year. It has a rich history attached with it and has several fascinating tales that visitors are told about. There are many places people can visit ranging from Nandi temple, Nandi Hills, Tipu Sultan Fort and several others. It takes about two to three days to see the entire hill station.
Distance between Mysore and Nandi Hills 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 Nandi Hills from Mysore by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
The Nandi Hills, perched at an altitude of 4851 feet, is a lovely hill station located at just 1.5 hours’ drive from Bangalore. Temple architecture and archaeological evidence suggests that the hills existed during the Chola period by the name Ananda Giri. It was also a part of India's early freedom struggle as Tipu Sultan built an impregnable fort here, called the Nandidurg.
Tipu's Drop is a popular tourist attraction at Nandi hills. It is a place where Tipu Sultan used to put his prisoners to death by throwing them from a height. His summer palace located in these hills takes you back to the bygone era.
There are numerous beautiful temples in Nandi Hills including the Gavi Veerbhadra Swamy temple. The Horticulture gardens and Amrita Sarovar water tank are popular picnic spots. Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in activities like paragliding and cycling.