Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport Amausi Lucknow Uttar Pradesh 226009
Kozhikode-Mysore Kollegal Highway, Mysuru Karnataka 571311

Lucknow to Mysuru Flights

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Mysuru – ‘Birthplace of Masala Dosa’

The age-old city of Mysuru, or Mysore as the British called it, is famous for the awe-inspiring Mysore Palace, the lip-smacking Mysore Pak sweet and gorgeous Mysore silk sarees. However, many do not know that Mysuru is the birthplace of the Masala Dosa that we relish so often at South Indian food joints. The name itself was coined from ‘Mahishuru’ which means the abode of the mythological demon Mahishasura in native Kannada. Historically, Mysuru was a vassal state of the glorious Vijayanagara Empire but later gained independence under the Wadiyar Dynasty.

Things to do at Mysuru

Tourists can take a gentle stroll and soak in the beauty at Brindavan Gardens; laze about on the tranquil banks of the Karanji Lake, or even revel on the laps of Mother Nature at the Chamundi Hills. Eager pilgrims may also delve into the architecture of the Somanathapura Temple.

Popular tourist attractions of Mysuru

First and foremost, the majestic Mysore Palace, home to the Wadiyar Kings, is an absolute must-visit for any tourist. Secondly, the Chamundeshwari Temple, St. Philomena’s Cathedral, Jaganmohan Palace, Bandipur National Park and the Lalitha Mahal Palace are among other chief attractions.

Places to shop at Mysuru

Mysore being a shopper’s delight, manages to craftily achieve a soothing blend of old-world charm and modern trends. The Devaraja Market is such an example where tourists are often spotted buying the famous Chenapatna dolls. And, let’s not forget the appetising Mysore Pak available at Guru Sweets Mart.

Best time to visit Mysuru

The months from July to February are considered as the peak season to visit Mysuru. As the summers are scorching hot, this season provides a relieving respite to tourists. The summer and monsoon months are generally not considered ideal for travelling and sightseeing in Mysuru.

Mode of transport

The legendary ‘Tongas’ or horse-driven carts are a specialty of Mysuru and most tourists are keen to have at least one experience on a Tonga. Apart from this, auto-rickshaws, private taxis and state-run bus routes are more popular among the native folk.

Weather at Mysuru

Temperatures are always soaring in the city of Mysuru with an average high of 34°C. Mysuru receives maximum rainfall in the month of October, while May to September is also considered as the official rainy season.

Airport at Mysuru

The Mandakalli Airport (IATA: MYQ), is a comparatively small airport with a single runway strip and only one terminal. It is one of the least busy airports, handling small traffic of passengers. While at Mandakalli Airport you can offer your taste buds the various snacks in the cafes within the premises.

Lucknow – ‘Nawabo Ki Nagri’

Lucknow has been referred to by several names throughout history starting with ‘Oudh’, then ‘Awadh’ and finally the ‘Lucknow’ we all know today. It has seen the rise and demise of several Nawabs. Interestingly, Lucknow has been ranked the happiest city in India, coming only second to Chandigarh.

Tourist attractions in Lucknow

The capital of the largest state of India is home to many historical sites like the Bara and Chhota Imambara, Rumi Darwaza, Chattar Manzil, Dilkusha Kothi and Sikandar Bagh. Other popular places include the Ambedkar Memorial Park, the Janeshwar Mishra Park and The Residency which was a historical landmark of the 1857 Revolts.

Places to shop in Lucknow

If it is textiles at affordable prices that you seek, then Aminabad Market is the place for you. However, if you’re looking for a mix of heritage retail outlets and modern malls then the Hazratganj Market is your go-to shopping destination in Lucknow.

Modes of transport

The most preferred modes of transport for the people of Lucknow are the buses that run on a wide network of the UPSRTC. Auto-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws are however still in vogue and are quite popular too.

Weather in Lucknow

Lucknow faces hot temperatures perennially, whereas the rainy season remains partly cloudy throughout. Winters last for just about 2 months from December to February, while the hottest days of the year are from April to June.

Aiport in Lucknow

The Lucknow Airport is popularly known as the Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport (IATA: LKO). It has 2 terminals each for handling the international and domestic flights respectively. IndiGo operates on both the terminals that deal with an accumulation of 1435 inbound and outbound tourists.

FAQs about Lucknow to Mysuru flights

Can I park my vehicle at Lucknow Airport?

Yes, you can. Both the terminals have a combined capacity of holding 412 vehicles.

What are the free amenities available at Lucknow Airport?

Free luggage trolleys, newspapers and magazines, information kiosks and medical supplies are available.

What are the facilities available for the elderly at Mysuru Airport after I land?

Wheelchair and medical assistance are available for the elderly and differently able passengers; baggage services are available for all.

What transportation can I avail after landing at Mysuru Airport?

Several reliable airport pickups and drop taxi services are available and even popular call-cab services run in Mysuru.

What are the documents accepted for foreign nationals entering Mysuru?

The passport is the only valid verification document for foreign nationals, although a visa is also required.

What is IndiGo Prime?

IndiGo Prime is a special add-on feature that gives you free snacks, comfortable seats and fast forward service.

What happens if I exceed the baggage weight limit?

If you exceed the free baggage limit of 15 kg then you can buy additional weight slabs.

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