Thrissur Vacation


A Thrissur Vacation can encompass all that one would love to do to relax and unwind. Bestowed with a rich cultural and traditional heritage, the city has a number of travel attractions for the tourists.
Vacations in Thrissur can be enriching with visits to these interesting place in and around the city. After a whole day's experience of various interesting places one may wish to go for dining, enjoy the nightlife or shop till you drop.

There are several restaurants in Thrissur and you just need to make up your mind on what to eat and decide on the budget. Thrissur has several restaurants for casual dining as well as for fine dining. Savoring cuisines from across the world, and in particular the local cuisine can be interesting while in the city.

Evenings in Thrissur turn dazzling, especially with the bright lights of the shopping malls that are a shopper's delight. The small kiosks, handicraft shops and snack bars are flocked by the visitors and tourists on vacation in Thrissur. Movies and theaters are also a preferred choice of many. Thrissur, being the cultural capital of Kerala also organizes performances showcasing the cultural richness in various art forms.

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Last Updated on 15/06/2013

     


     

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