Thrissur-Cheruthuruthy


The Thrissur-Cheruthuruthy tours open the doors to one of the most trailblazing thoroughfares of South India. The historic Thrissur town is dotted with wondrous architectural marvels opulent in scenic rhapsodies that makes it a rage with the tourists.
While holidaying in Thrissur, tourists can go for a weekend trip to Cheruthuruthy and let down their hair in the town that happens to be the hot seat of cultural extravaganzas.

The salubrious weather of the months spanning from August to March record a large influx of tourists in the quaint and picture perfect town that oozes oodles of old world charm. The town is famed for a multitude of reasons that include the town's spectacular array of handicraft products and assorted cultural potpourri.

Located in the vicinity of Thrissur near the Shoranur Railway Junction, Cheruthuruthy is a torchbearer of the quintessential cultural legacy of Kerala. The town is also renowned for its Kathakali Training Center. Apart from the musical soirées and concerned, the traditional handicraft products that include a widespread array of exquisite pottery pieces and artworks are also a rage with the shopaholic tourist who inevitably picks up a few pieces to carry them back home as souvenirs. The Kerala Kalamandalam is a must see destination that is an eyeopener on the culture of the South Indian state.

Tourists visiting Cheruthuruthy on one of the tours from Thrissur can either fly down to the Cochin International Airport, located 85 km from the town or arrive at the Thrissur Railway Station, sited 30 km away.



Last Updated on 15/06/2013

     


     

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