|Popular hotel||Hotel Le Temps Fort|
|Popular area||Trichy Central Bus Stand / Railway Junction Area|
|Nightly rates from||GBP 6|
|Airport||Tiruchirapalli international Airport|
so so. Just one thing. Ramyas hotel was the worst thing. It is a big mistake for Agoda to recommend it.
Trichy best for cookware, prescription glasses And Vegetarian food , British influence came to the south at the end of the occupation so eating meat is not as popular as the north although this has changed in recent times but the food in the south is best as long as you know what you desire and what
This is a place which I visit quite regularly as it is the focal point to many other Tamil states such as Thanjavur, Kumbakonam, Madurai etc.
I especially love the Utchi pilliyar temple, from where you have a great view of the city. Shopping for sarees and modern kurtis are also plentiful in this city especially around the temple complex. Food, as in all Tamil Nadu states is excellent.
Trichy is well organized city . Excellent for shopping especially saree and awesome local south Indian cuisine .
Nice city with friendly people. Less hectic compared to Chennai and has a calm spiritual appeal to it.
Trichy is a good gateway from which to visit the state of Tamil Nadu. Compared to flying in to Chennai which is a little further off from the heartland of the state, Trichy is well-poised to become the base from which to travel to cities like Madurai, Thanjavur other nearby towns.
Many religious sites are just 1-2 hours away by car and one can come back everyday to stay in Trichy which is a larger city with much better hotels. Shopping is wonderful with variety and much cheaper than Chennai
Busy place and traffic is hectic during peak. Good location of entry to all religious locations and has fantastic temples in Trichy
Filthy, the streets are very polluted. Rubbish everywhere, nobody is concern about cleanliness. Nobody follows rules in this city.
It is an interesting historical city with many temples and places to visit. It is well connected to the rest of the Tamil Nad and easy to travel.
A very ancient city with a myriad of temples and Churches.Sri Rangam is an UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.
There is little to see in Trichy, 2 places to be sure. Lots of small shopping centers to browse around.
Trichy is an ancient city still inhabited. It is strong in culture, history and tradition. There are many ancient temples and other sights worth visiting.
Food is great and shopping near the Rockfort temple is a must in the evening. It gets very crowded there. People are friendly and kind.
If you want to see the poor of India, here is one of the places. There are well to do people but most of the people are poor and just trying to survive day to day.
There isnt much prospect for them and its sad to see.
Trichy is place for both Shopping and Pilgrimage. There are 3 must see temple in Trichy. The Fort and the Church.
The Cauvery River near the Bridge.
Srirangam Temple, Rockfort temple, Kallanai Dam which is built by Karikalan the chola king during ancient times.