Tiruchirapalli, also popularly known as Trichy is the fourth largest and one of the most alluring cities in Tamil Nadu. It is often called the ‘City of Rock Fort and Temples’. The magnificent panoramas of the city are surplus with age-old temples and the stunning views of the Kaveri River. Located almost at the geographic centre of the state, the city’s dominant topography is covered by rocky terrains, canals and rivers. Trichy is encircled by beautiful agricultural fields, the Shevaroy Hills and Palani Hills. It is a leading industrial and educational city in the state.
Trichy is blessed with a rich history and an equally rich culture. The many historical attractions in the city are proof of this. Among the most travelled destinations in Tamil Nadu, Trichy is a city you can't miss visiting. This is an ideal place for a pilgrimage tour, the reason being the plethora of religious sites. Some of the most popular attractions to visit for devotees are Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Jambukeshwara Temple, Vayalur Murugan Temple, Vayalur Murugan Temple, and All Saints Church. Not just for the spiritual souls, Trichy has a lot in store for the history buffs as well. Museums like the Railway Museum and Rock Fort are some of the most exciting places to visit in Trichy.
A ride across this scenic city will make you leave all the work blues behind. The natural attractions like Pachamalai Hills and Puliancholai Falls are some of the most serene places to be in Trichy. The Kallanai Dam is one of the popular points of interest near the city. For those who are looking for a shopping spree, Trichy has many local and upbeat markets where you can get almost everything. Textiles, cheap diamonds, and cigars are the best buys at these markets.
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Trichy is one of the most populated and largest cities in Tamil Nadu. Therefore, it is well connected with Tamil Nadu and the other major cities in the country by every primary means of transport. (Read More)