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Getting a charge out of the status of being amongst the four imperative city in India and Tamil Nadu's capital, Chennai can frequently be depicted as a conclusive 'Getaway to South.'Inferable from its zone and region to urban groups like Pondicherry, Tirupati and Kanyakumari, it is favored event best holiday destination for many. If you have space plan shrewd to explore Chennai's different neighborhoods and part as administrator of South Indian stylish and religious traditions, the odds are this 400-sq-km blend of urban towns will sneak its way into your heart.

Among Chennai's most conspicuous assets are its family, who are compellingly anxious about the spot where they grew up; they won't hit you with a lot of hustle and bother.Late years have incorporated another layer of cosmopolitan fervor, alive and well of sumptuous lodgings, sparkling boutiques, tasteful contemporary diners and a sprinkling of swanky bars and clubs open well into the night.it's well worth hitting around the presentation lobbies, researching the asylums or taking a dusk stroll along Marina Beach.

The old British Fort St George and the disorder of restricted boulevards and bazaars that is George Town constitute the noteworthy center point of the city.Much of the best eating, drinking, shopping and settlement lies in the leafier southern and southwestern rural areas, for example, Nungambakkam, T Nagar (Thyagaraya Nagar), Alwarpet and, progressively, Velachery and Guindy. The real avenue connecting northern with southern Chennai is Anna Salai (Mount Rd).


Marine Beach,Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Thirumalai Thirupathi Devasthanam Temple,San Thome Basilica and  Queens Land Etc

Best time to visit

November to February: These months constitute the winter season in Chennai. It is considered as the best time to visit the city. The temperature during these months hovers between 20 and 25 Degree Celsius.

How to reach

By air: Touted to be the third busiest airports in India, Chennai International airport is just 7 kilometres away from the city.

By road: The road network in Chennai is excellent and is well-connected to most of the neighbouring towns. There are 5 national highways that navigate towards major Indian cities like Kolkata, Bengaluru (330 kms), Madurai (326 kms), Tiruvallur (47 kms), Nellore (181 kms), Vellore (136 kms) and Pondicherry (162 kms).

By rail: Chennai Central and Chennai Egmore are the main railway stations in the city receiving regular trains from various major cities of India such as Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Kolkata etc.