Last Updated on January 11, 2024 by admin

The most trending city in India for more than a decade is Bangalore. It’s famous for its IT sector, history, politics, etc. Keeping every awesome and bad trending thing aside, all of us should acknowledge it’s an excellent destination for tourists. The City of Bangalore has one of the finest places to visit if you love touring. Travel a few km from Bangalore and find lush green forests, beaches, mountains, and many more. Let’s keep natural beauty to one side and talk about Mysore. You can book a taxi for Mysore for one day trip from Bangalore and have a wonderful time as a tourist.  

Multiple destinations are available for an outstation journey from Bangalore, but Mysore is one of the finest. You can book a Bangalore outstation taxi for traveling comfortably to Mysore. Travel time from Bangalore to Mysore is approximately 180 minutes. After reaching you will have the whole to explore this beautiful city. 

Mysore is among one of India’s oldest cities and known as The City of Palaces. According to Hindu mythology, Goddess Durga killed the demon Mahishasura here, and the city was named Mysore. The City of Mysore has also been the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire for a long time. Under British rule, Mysore was also among the largest princely states in India. Millions of tourist visits this city every year. You can also book a taxi from Bangalore to Mysore for a tour. Here is a list of places to visit on a one-day visit to Mysore from Bangalore.    

Places to visit in Mysore during One Day Trip from Bangalore

Here is a list of places you can explore on your visit to Mysore

Ranganathaswamy Temple

Start your Mysore tour with Ranganathaswamy temple, the most sacred site in the city. This temple is dedicated to lord Ranganathaswamy, who is believed to be the reincarnation of Lord Vishnu. In the opinion of Hindus, this temple is considered among the five most important shrines of Lord Vishnu. Given the temple’s importance, lots of devotees visit throughout the year. According to the inscription, the shrine was first consecrated in 984 AD.

The temple has beautiful carvings on its wall, which are majestic attractions. Temple is also surrounded by the Kaveri River, making your visit even more soothing. After entering the temple premises, you need to walk to the main temple, and you can enjoy the utmost spirituality during that time. 

Srirangapatna Fort

Secondly, we will suggest Srirangapatna Fort in the heart of city. Srirangapatna Fort was first built in 1454 during the rule of the Vijayanagara Empire. From its inception, this Fort has seen many rulers change hands and finally come under British control. In 1799 British defeated Tipu Sultan and put this beautiful Fort into ruins. This Fort was primarily built as a defiance center and has completely fulfilled its purpose.   

Spread over 240 acres and home of Tipu Sultan can be explored by driving 23 Km from Mysore. Located in the town of Srirangapatna, this Fort is easily assessable and connected. This Fort is in ruins, but still, a lot to explore. This Fort was built in Indo-Islamic style and with Persian inscriptions. Gumbaz has Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali’s tombs inside this Fort. Tour Lal Mahal, which was the residence of Tipu Sultan. Inside Fort, you can also see the women’s quarter, library, audience hall, and many more. Srirangapatna Fort had 1500 houses and around 6000 inhabitants.

Philomena Church

Philomena Church is a must-visit for all tourists coming to Mysore. This church was constructed in tribute to Saint Philomena and is acknowledged as the second tallest in Asia. Being a unique attraction in the city, this church gets many visitors throughout the year. Initially, the church was built for worship in 1840. St. Philomena Church construction started in 1933, and it took eight long years for this magical design to stand. Finally, the church started functioning in 1941. Remains of Saint Philomena are still preserved here.

This Catholic Church was designed by French artist Daly who created a captive architectural beauty. You will also find a glass painting of Christ’s birth, crucifixion, resurrection, and the last supper. This church was an excellent example of the secular mindset of the people decades ago. 

Mysore Maharaja Palace

Mysore Palace

In the city’s heart, Mysore Maharaja Palace is also famous as Amba Vilas Palace or Mysore Palace. Mysore Palace is a magnificent piece of art among the most visited tourist attractions in India. This palace is still the official residence of the royal family. Mysore Palace was built by the 24th ruler of the Wodeyar Dynasty and is still one of India’s most splendid palaces.

Construction of the palace was started by Maharaja Krishnaraja Wadiyar 4. This palace is a great artistic beauty blending all cultures like Hindu, Muslim, Rajput, and Gothic. The splendid view of the palace attracts international tourists as well. Mysore Palace is the most visited tourist attraction after the Taj Mahal.

Jaganmohan Palace

Today Jaganmohan Place is an art gallery with more than 2000 paintings. These art forms are like Mughal, Shantiniketan, Mysore, etc. This palace is also providing the facility for hosting conferences for Mysore University. The government has also used it for many legislative and administrative purposes. 

Jaganmohan Palace belongs to the era of 1861 with a great interior and carving. It’s a three-story building that is now a gallery. 

Chamundi Hills

Traveling to Chamundi Hills is an unforgettable experience. Chamundi Hills is famous for Sri Chamundeshwari Temple, which gives visitors a spiritual experience. Be ready to climb 1000+ steps to experience the divinity of Chamundeshwari Temple. This temple belongs to Goddess Chamundeshwari, a manifestation of Goddess Shakti. 

Visitors will also be treated to some great architectural work. You will find Gopuram, a tower at the entrance built in Dravidian style. After covering 800 steps, you can witness the long statue of Nandi, Vahan of Lord Shiva. You will also find a statue of the demon Mahishasura who is half human and half buffalo. The devil stands there with a cobra and sword in his hands. 

Mysore Zoo

Built-in 1892 and named after Sri Chamarajendra Wadiyar, Mysore Zoo is one of the oldest in India. Come here and interact and enjoy interacting with some wildlife and natural habitat. Mysore Zoo has more than 168 species of wild creatures, and they are from 25 countries. 

Mysore Zoo has an area of over 157 acres and accommodates rare species and animals. These animals include White elephants, Guanaco, Kangaroos, California Sea lions, and many more. This zoo also has mammals like African White Rhino, Gaur, King Cobra, and various types of Crocodiles. You can also watch some fantastic birds Peacocks, Ostrich, Emu, Vultures and many more.

Brindavan Garden

The ending of the tour at Brindavan Garden is the best you can do. You will feel relaxed with various plants and the most stunning feature, an illuminated fountain. This Garden covers over 60 acres of land of Mysore’s diwan, Sir Mirza Ismail. The Garden separates into the main gate area, South Brindavan, Northern Brindavan, and Children Area. Enjoy the picturesque view offered and relax from the day’s tour.