The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Mysore and Madikeri. SRS Travels is a major operator along this route. The first bus starts from and you can catch buses till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
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Mysore, the erstwhile capital of the Wodeyar dynasty, is located in the state of Karnataka. Situated at the base of the Chamundi hills, Mysore is a popular tourist destination and a weekend getaway particularly for the visitors from Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Mysore Palace, one of the major tourist attractions in Mysore, is known for its exquisite craftsmanship, architecture and carvings. During the ten day long Dassera festival, the palace is fully lit up with lights and is worth a look. Vrindavan Gardens, situated on the banks of Krishnarajasagar Dam, is another popular tourist spot and is famous for the lit up musical fountains. A temple dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari, the local deity of Mysore, is situated on the Chamundi hills and is popular as a religious centre. The other tourist attractions in Mysore are the Mysore Zoo, Tipu Sultan Palace, Lalit Mahal Palace, Railway Museum and St. Philomina’s Church.
Situated in Karnataka, Madikeri is a hill station and a famous tourist destination. There are numerous tourist spots in this hill town such as Raja Seat, Madikeri Fort and Omkareshwara Temple. Raja Seat, a square shaped mantapa in brick was a preferred spot for relaxation and recreation right from the time of the Rajas and thus named so. The place commands a fine view of the cliffs and valleys around. Another must visit place is the Madikeri fort which was constructed by Mudduraja in the late 17th century. The fort was renovated many times later by rulers like Tipu Sultan, Doddavira Rajendra, British and Lingarajendra Wodeyar II and now houses a prison. Situated at the heart of the town, Omkareshwara temple was constructed in 1820 by king Lingarajendra. The origin of River Kaveri is situated at Talkaveri not far from Madikeri. A temple dedicated to Kaveri Amman is found here.