Rameshwaram to Chennai



The Rameshwaram to Chennai trip is a must for a tourist in the island city of Rameshwaram. Chennai is not only the capital of Tamil Nadu but it is the gateway to many important tourism destinations of South India. Although it is almost 666 kilometers away from Chennai, Rameshwaram is well connected with the city with excellent road and rail connections.

The city of Chennai, with its excellent urban infrastructure, presents an enchanting blend of old and modern tourist attractions. Some of the must visit sites in Chennai are:
  • Santhome Cathedral - One of the greatest pilgrimage centers for the Christians, the Santhome Cathedral is also a popular tourist spot.

  • Parthsarthy Temple - Built by the Pallava Kings, this ancient temple is more than 1000 year old. Situated near the Triplicane, it is one of the favorite sites for the tourists in Chennai.

  • Kapaleeshwar Temple - The 13th century built temple is another most visited religious place of Chennai.

  • Marina Beach - The popular beach near the railway station welcomes the visitors to the city.

  • National Art Gallery - A must visit for the art lovers.

  • St. George Fort - The Fort constructed during the British rule is an architectural wonder.




Last Updated on : 17/06/2013





     


     

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