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Snapshot of 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package by Car

Bangalore city boasts of not only many interesting sightseeing choices but also an enviable list of weekend getaways varying from hill stations to heritage sites. So if you are looking for a short trip from Bangalore, then Mysore is undoubtedly one of the destinations to plan a visit. Historically rich city of Mysore still presents a glimpse into the stateliness of past accompanied by a vibrant culture and spirituality of equally magnificent religious shrines. Explore this heritage city with our 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package.

The distance from Bangalore to Mysore is around 150 km and takes about little over 3 hours to reach it by road. It is advisable to start early from Bangalore so that you can explore all the important tourist attractions of Mysore at leisure. With our 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package, you can explore the various historic places, temples, scenic views in a relaxed manner in the comfort of a private cab.

Package Cost for 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package

Indica (A/c)
Rs. 5,300/-
Indigo / Etios / Dzire (A/c)
Rs. 5,700/-
Innova (A/c)
Rs. 6,600/-
Tempo Traveller (Non-A/c)
Rs. 8,000/-
Swaraj Mazda (Non-A/c)
Rs. 11,000/-
Bus / Coach (Non-A/c)
Rs. 15,000/-
Package Inclusions for 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Package

  • 1 Day Selected Cab for Sightseeing with 16 Hrs Limit
  • All Sightseeing Transfers as per the Itinerary
  • Pickup and Drop from Bangalore Hotel / Railway Station / Bus Stand
  • Vehicle Parking Charges
  • Driver Batta
  • Toll Gate Charges
  • Inclusive of all applicable taxes.
Package Exclusions for 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Package
  • Any Meals
  • Any Entry tickets fees
  • What ever not mentioned in above
Itinerary for 1 Day Bangalore to Mysore Tour Package

Day 1: Bangalore - Srirangapatna - Mysore - Bangalore

Pickup from Bangalore Hotel / Railway Station / Bus Station and proceed to Mysore Sightseeing places including:

Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple: A mesmerizing example of Hoysala and Vijayanagar architectural style, this temple was first built in 894 AD. Since then it has seen many changes under various reigns. This temple is also known for idol of Lord Vishnu where He is shown resting on Aadi Sesha.

Tippu's Summer Palace: Summer retreat of Tipu Sultan was often called as the ‘Abode of Happiness’ and ‘Envy of Heaven’ by the constructor himself. Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace has been captivating visitors since long.

Srirangapatna Fort: Known for its historical significance and architectural brilliance, this fort was originally built in 1454 AD. Initially a mud fort, its present structure was built during reign of Tipu Sultan. Its majestic gates and impassable defense system are worth exploring.

Gumbuz: Built in Persian style of architecture, Gumbaz captivates everyone. Surrounded by beautiful garden named as Lalbagh Garden, the imposing structure of Gumbaz is seen in the middle on an elevated platform.

Chamundi Hills: Located at the top of Chamundi Hills, Chamundeshwari temple is one of most prominent temples in Mysore. Dedicated to the Goddess Chamundeshwari (Chamundi), deity of the Mysore Royal Family.

Statue of Mahishasura and Nandi Gigantic and colourful statue of demon Mahishasura, located at the summit of the Chamundi hills is impossible to miss. Another statue that allures every tourist is the massive statue of Nandi Bull with a height of 16 feet and length of 25 feet. This statue is said to be more than 350 years old.

Mysore Zoo: Famed to be one of the oldest and the largest zoos in India had record number of housing various avian species, which are more than 40 other countries in the world.

Mysore Maharaja Palace: A living exemplary of Mysore kingdom and undying spirit of its people, Mysore Maharaja Palace, also known as Amba Vilas Palace still stands majestically, captivating every visitor with its incomparable beauty.

Jaganmohan Palace (if time permits): A magnificent palace, an apt example of architectural brilliance, this palace used to be a retreat home for the Royal family and holds immense historical prominence as well.

St. Philomena's Church: With the fame of being one of the largest churches in India, this majestic church captivates everyone with its architectural excellence. It also boasts of being the second largest church in Asia.

Brindavan Gardens: Brindavan Gardens of Mysore is undeniably one of the best terrace gardens in the world, especially famous for its symmetric design and illuminate terrace gardens. A must sightseeing place of a Mysore, Brindavan Garden mesmerizes everyone.

Drop at Bangalore Hotel / Railway Station / Bus Station. End of a One Day Bangalore to Mysore Tour!!!

Our travel experts have designed the Bangalore Mysore tour package with such precision that you can visit almost all the significant places in and around Mysore in just one day. Our one day tour package also includes a trip to the historical town of Srirangapatna where you can visit Srirangapatna Fort, Gumbaz, Tippu's Summer Palace and Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple.

In Mysore, you can explore the architectural excellence of Mysore Maharaja Palace, St. Philomena's Church and if time permits visit Jaganmohan Palace as well. Visit Chamundi Hills, and offer prayers at the Chamundeshwari temple amidst the scenic beauty of nature. Witness the massive statues of Mahishasura and Nandi. Relax amid the mesmerizing landscapes of Brindavan Gardens. Visit one of the largest zoos of India, Mysore Zoo. Spend a day enjoying away from monotony of everyday life as our travel experts take care of everything related to your travel. What makes it even better is the cost efficient pricing of our packages.

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