If you are hoping to experience something a little different, a vacation to this dynamic Indian city is totally necessary for every adventurous Chennai tourist.
Chennai as a holiday destination is located off Bengal Bay on the Coromandel Coast. It is home to a staggering amount of awe inspiring sights and attractions.
Every visitor to Chennai, where we can offer cheap holidays and flights to Chennai from Ireland, will be able to enjoy all that this 369-year old city has to offer.
Tourists to Chennai will be amazed by some of Chennai’s most intriguing sights and attractions that you will discover throughout your tour of this picturesque city.
Fort St George is a prominent Chennai landmark that you certainly have to visit. It is located on the banks of the Bay of Bengal. It was founded in 1644 in Madras. During your tour to Fort St George, you will discover that part of this fort is still being used as a garrison to troops even to this day. It also houses the Fort Museum. The Fort Museum contains a great selection of Raj era items. It is a great place to visit, so check out our amazing deals on all-inclusive holidays and flights to Chennai from Ireland at very reasonable rates.
Chennai Lighthouse, which is one of Chennai’s most famous landmarks, with low-cost holidays and flights to Chennai from Ireland all-year round, is one Chennai attraction that you will certainly have to visit. Chennai Lighthouse is located on Kamarajar Salai and this particular lighthouse is one of the few lighthouses in India and the world to have an elevator.
Guindy National Park is another amazing place to visit in Chennai. Guindy National Park is one of India’s very few national parks that is situated in a city.
The Chennai Central Railway Station is Chennai’s main railway terminus. This railway station is one of South India’s most important railway hubs and for the opportunity of visiting this historical railway station; check out our great holiday deals to Chennai from Ireland. The 138-year old station building is one of Chennai’s most famous landmarks.
A trip to Seunmozhi Poonga is essential for every visitor to Chennai. Seunmozhi Poonga is Chennai’s first ever botanical garden. Enjoy a stroll through this charming Chennai botanical garden. One visit here and you will be hooked.
The Government Museum that is situated in Egmore is a great place to visit while holidaying in Chennai. This museum is India’s second oldest museum (1851) and it is a very popular attraction with visitors, both local and international to Chennai. It is one of South Asia’s largest museums. Outside of Europe, the Government Museum houses the largest collection of Roman antiquities.
During your Government Museum adventure, visitors will be able to enjoy all that this impressive museum has to offer, with all-inclusive holidays and flights to Chennai from Ireland always available all-year round. You will also discover a museum theatre and if you have time, you should visit the National Art Gallery, which is located in the confines of this museum.
Valluvar Kotam is a popular Chennai monument that will leave Chennai visitors speechless. This monument is devoted to Thiruvalluvar who was known as a poet and a philosopher among other things.
It might not have some of the top sights and attractions that a city such as Mumbai possesses for example but it is an intriguing destination nonetheless.