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Madurai

It claims to be the soul of Tamil Nadu. This beautiful city is famous for its Dravidian Style of Architecture. It is also one of India's most Eminent Hindu Pilgrimage Centers. Madurai is additionally known as as Town of Junction (Koodal Nagaram), City of Jasmine (Malligai Maanagar), Temple City (Koil Maanagar), City that Never Sleeps (Thoonga Nagaram) and city of 4 junctions (Naanmada Koodal). Meenakshi Amman Temple, Tirumalayi Nayak Palace, Temple Art Museum, St Mary’s Cathedral, Gandhi Memorial Museum, Pudhu Mandapa are some of the places to explore.

How to reach

how to reach

Madurai airport is found around 12 km away from the Town Centre. It is served by Domestic Flights travelling to and from some of the major Indian Cities. International flights also serves to the city of Madurai. Passengers can take direct or stopover flights and directly land at Madurai city.

Madurai Junction terminal connects Madurai with rest of India by an intensive rail network. Many direct trains connect Madurai with major cities and cities of the country. Super-fast day trains also ply between Madurai and Chennai regularly.

State as well as non-public buses connect town with numerous cities of the country. Madurai is connected by well laid road network to places including Coimbatore (221 km), Kochi (234 km), Trivandrum (258 km) and Bangalore (449 km). One can book A/C Buses as well as Non A/C Buses.