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About Tiruchirappalli
Also called Trichy, it is a famous historical city which is perched on the banks of River Kaveri in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is located at a distance of 320 kms from Chennai and has been one of the popular commercial and tourist hubs of the state.

When you are here, you can’t help but admire the old-world charm which is a fine remnant of the Sangam Age during the Chola dynasty. With a landscape dotted by many beautiful Dravidian temples, this city is a wonder for architecture lovers.

The famous Rock Fort Temple is one of the prominent landmarks in the city. There is also the Thayumanaswamy Temple known for its 100-pillar hall and Ranganathaswamy Temple which is hailed as one the largest temples in South India.

While exploring the temples and admiring the architectural brilliance is highly recommended, Tiruchirappallli offers many other different kinds of experiences. For the shopping lovers, it is a delight to go to the bazaars and browse through a number of items like cigars, textiles and fake diamonds.

If you are a foodie, you will love to attend the annual food festival here which is called Suvai and enjoy many South Indian dishes like Parupu, sambar, rasam, moru, kootu etc. The vibrant city also celebrates many other festivals like Srirangam car festival, Samayapuram flower festival, Vaikunta Ekadasi, and the Teppakulam float festival which attracts many visitors. If you have some extra time on hand, you can also play day excursions to Chettinad and Kanyakumari from Tiruchirappalli.

Tiruchirapplaii experiences a tropical kind of climate with soaring temperatures and low humidity. The average yearly temperature is 30 degrees Celsius and it always ranges between 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit here is from December to February when the weather is pleasant and the temperature ranges between 19 to 22 degrees Celsius.
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