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The city of Trichy experiences a very hot and humid weather conditions. The summer season begins from the month of March and continues till May. Temperatures can go up to 41°C and the minimum being 36°C. The months from June to September are monsoon in Thiruchy. Moderate rainfall occurs during this season and the atmosphere is humid. Winters, extending from December to February, are pleasant and warm with varying temperatures of 19°C to 22°C. The best time to visit Tiruchirapalli is from October to March.

How To Reach

By Road:

Buses of the Tamil Nadu Road Corporation connect Trichy to other important cities in the state. Regular bus service is available from Trichy to Madurai. Both private and tourist buses connect the city to other towns in India. Several National Highways pass through the city.

By Air:

Both domestic and international flights operate from the Tiruchirapalli Airport. Regular flights are available from Trichy to Sri Lanka, Bangalore, Chennai and Kuala Lumpur. The major airports close to Trichy are Chennai and Bangalore.

By Rail:

Tiruchirapalli is one of the most important railway junctions in the Trivandrum – Chennai route via Madurai and is part of a separate division of the Southern Railways. Trichy is well connected to most of the important cities and towns in India via railways. Direct train services are available from the city of Trichy to nearby cities like Erode, Thanjavur, Chennai, Karaikudi, Palakkad, Rameswaram and Cuddalore.


The city of Tiruchirapalli, commonly referred to as Trichy or Thiruchy, is situated on the banks of River Cauvery in India. The fourth largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu in terms of area, Trichy is deeply connected to the history of the country, being cited as their citadel by the early Chola rulers.


A harmonious combination of tradition and modernism, Trichy is a famous temple town as well as a prosperous commercial hub of Tamil Nadu. Established by the Madurai Nayaks, the town of Trichy has been bestowed with great Tamil scholars who have contributed significantly to the development of Tamil literature. Traces of the past era can still be seen in the older parts of the city.


Magnificent temples and monuments are spread across the city making it a ity steeped in culture and heritage. Festivals here are celebrated by the locals with great pomp and splendour.

Trichy is well known for its handicrafts, especially wooden handicrafts, as well as textiles. Bamboo handicrafts are in great demand among tourists along with bamboo mats and baskets. Stores selling ethnic jewellery and brassware can be found throughout the city. Weaving is one of the main traditions in Trichy.


The cuisine served in Trichy city is typical South Indian fare. Chettinad cuisine is also available, which includes both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Idli and dosa are common, served with sambar and coconut chutney. Rasam and curd rice are very popular. Spicy chicken biriyani and vatral kuzhambu is sure to appeal to non-vegetarians. Restaurants serve a variety of North Indian, continental and tandoori fare. Dessert includes badusha and payasam.