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Mysore experiences pleasant weather conditions throughout the year. The weather is hot in the summer season (March to May), with temperatures ranging from 22°C to 39°C. The temperature varies widely during the day and night in this season. Monsoons begin in the month of June and extend till September. Medium to heavy showers occur during the monsoon. Winters here lasts from October to February and is characterised by a cool and pleasant atmosphere with temperatures dropping down to a minimum of 10°C at night. The best time to visit Mysore is from September to March.

How To Reach

By Road:

The Road Transportation Corporation of the State of Karnataka provides excellent bus service to Mysore. There are a large number of tourist buses available from the city of Bangalore to Mysore at affordable rates.

By Air:

There is a small domestic airport present in Mysore which connects the city to Bangalore, located at a distance of 140 km away. The international airport closest to Mysore is in Bengaluru. Regular flights connect Bangalore to most of the important cities in India and abroad.

By Rail:

The railway station in Mysore connects the city to Bangalore. Bangalore boasts of an efficient railway network, connecting it to most of the important cities in India. Taxi cabs can be availed from Bangalore to reach Mysore.


The second largest city in Karnataka, Mysore is located at the foothills of the Chamundi Hills. Mysore is known as the cultural capital of Karnataka and the city is well-known for its extensive Dussehra celebrations which draw a large number of tourists here.


Mysore occupies an important position in the history of India, both historically and culturally. Traces of the glorious history of Mysore are evident in the large number of palaces in the area which has earned it the sobriquet ‘City of Palaces’. A visit to Mysore is never complete without visiting Srirangapatna, which is about 22 kms from Mysore city. Srirangapatna, the former seat of the legendary Tipu Sultan displays the splendor of his empire in full glory.


Mysore is a veritable shopper’s paradise. The name of Mysore has become synonymous with Mysore Silks, Mysore Sandalwood, Mysore Jasmine and Mysore Eggplant. These products have more or less become a symbol for the city throughout the ages and the tradition continues till date. Mysore is equally famous for its craftsmen who use rosewood and sandalwood to create beautiful artifacts such as figurines of gods, small gift items and jewel boxes. Sandalwood oil and sandalwood powder from Mysore are very popular among tourists. Incense sticks and perfumes from Mysore command a high price in the market along with traditional Ganjifa style paintings, depicting Hindu gods and goddesses.


Mysore cuisine is simple yet delicious and wholesome. Most dishes are rice-based, served hot with chutney. Idli and dosa are common. Uppittu is served for breakfast. Puris, uttapams and vadas are very tasty. Bisibelebath forms an important part of Mysore cuisine. The city is renowned for its sweet dishes including chiroti, holige and the popular Mysore Pak.