Historic Architectures

Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi is an important historical destination in Cochin, Kerala. As Fort Kochi was under the rule of the Portuguese, Dutch, and the British, the city has architectural marvels from the colonial era to this day. It is believed that the Chinese introduced a particular fishing net during the pre-colonial era in Fort Kochi, and these nets are still a major tourist attraction. Till this date, Fort Kochi is known as a quaint town, famous for its European art and architecture. It also serves as an important hub for spice export. As Fort Kochi lies on the south-west coast of Kochi, it is well connected by rail, road, and air. Cochin International Airport and Cochin Railway Station link Fort Kochi to all major cities in India.


Chennai is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Located along the Coromandel coast, Chennai is one of the largest metropolitan cities of India. The city has served as a major centre for industries and educational institutions. Chennai is also famous for its museums, galleries, and institutions which specialize in music and performing arts. Previously known as Madras, this beautiful city was ruled by a multitude of Indian kings and was also an important administrative hub for the British. Chennai International Airport and Chennai Central are the city’s own airport and railhead respectively, which connect Chennai to all major cities in India. Chennai is also linked to major metro cities in India via the Golden Quadrilateral, a network of national highways. You can also reach Chennai via sea and arrive at Chennai Port.


Madurai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This 3,500 year old city has been a major centre for Tamil art and culture. Also known as Athens Of The East, Madurai is famous for its beautiful temples. Madurai is well connected to other parts of India via rail, road, and air. Madurai Airport is located at a distance of 12.5 km from the city centre. Many major cities in India have direct trains to Madurai Junction, the city’s primary railway station. However, if you wish to travel by road, you can reach Madurai via National Highway 7, NH 45B, NH 208, or NH 49.


Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu is an important destination for south Indian art and culture. Formerly known as Tanjore, this beautiful city has some of the most magnificent Hindu temples in the country. Thanjavur is also famous for being home to the unique painting style Tanjore. You can easily travel to Thanjavur by rail, road, or air. The nearest airport is Tiruchirapalli International Airport, which is located at a distance of 61.7 km from Thanjavur. Thanjavur Railway Station is the city’s railhead and is connected to major cities in India. You can also take a bus from neighbouring Indian cities like Chennai, Coimbatore, Vellore, and Bangalore.


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