India pulsates with a spectacular mix of people, traditions and landscapes.
One of South India’s most famous tourist destination, Mysuru (which recently changed its name from Mysore) is known for its glittering royal heritage and magnificent monuments and buildings and aptly called the cultural capital of Karnataka. Its World Heritage–listed palace may be what brings most travelers here, but it’s also a thriving center for the production of premium silk, sandalwood and incense. These days Ashtanga yoga is another drawcard, attracting visitors worldwide with its reputation as one of India’s best places to practice yoga. The nature and peace within the city are a reason to keep visiting Mysuru. The warmth of the people will leave you spellbound.
Mysore is the global headquarter of Infosys, the world’s premier information technology company. Mysuru is also an education hub with Mysore University and several higher education institutions.
We welcome you to experience the love culture diversity beauty of India through Mysuru.
The nearest airport to Mysuru is Kempegowda International Airport, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka. The airport is around 175 kms from the venue. There is Flybus facility connecting airport to Mysuru directly with travel time of 4 hours.
Mysuru has a railway station and is connected to Bengaluru by train. Shatabdi Express covers the distance between Bengaluru and Mysuru in about two hours.
Mysuru has excellent bus connectivity from major cities of Karnataka. Airport bus (Flybus) at various intervals connects to Mysuru in around 4 hours. Price approx. 800 INR. Also, buses (AC, Non-AC) from Satellite Bus Stop (Bengaluru) are available in every 10 minutes interval connecting to Mysuru in 3hours. Price approx. 180 – 300 INR