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Kerala Cities - Kerala is popularly called God's Own Country and the colorful cities of Kerala are like a gem in the beautiful crown. These Kerala cities have so much to offer to the travelers that they come here again and again. Visit the cities of Kerala to feel the nature's immense beauty and to spend some memorable holidays.
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Kerala Cities

Earlier known by the name of Trivandrum, it is capital city of Kerala. This city is built at the confluence of the seven hills and is situated on the western coast of India. Thriuvananthapuram is the most important political hub of this state. While visiting this city of Kerala experience the vibrant cultural and traditional heritage of the state. The festive celebrations of Onam brings out the true colors of this city. The lush green environment of this city enchants every traveler. In ancient times it was believed to be the holy city of the Thousand headed Anantha where Lord Vishnu rests. Kovalam beach, Padmanabha Swamy temple, Kuthiramalika Palace museum,the Napier museum and the Sree Chitbra Art Gallery are the most famous tourist destinations of this city of Kerala .

The commercial capital of Kerala, Kochi is a gateway to the most beautiful state of South India. It is famously called the Queen of the Arabian Sea. It is the second largest city of Kerala and is situated in the calm Ernakulam district on the south-western coast. In 1530 AD it was the main hub of the Portuguese, Dutch and British settlers, thus one can clearly see the influence of Portuguese, Dutch and British art and architecture on its buildings. Kochi is an ideal destination for young honeymooning couples to start the new chapter of their life. Complete your Kochi tour by visiting Fort Kochi, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, Cherai beach and many more.

Earlier it was known by the name of Kozhikode, Calicut is one of the most important sea ports of India. During the times of the British settlers it was called the City of Spices. Calicut has a wide network of lakes, canals, estuaries and wetlands that gives this city its immense beauty. This Kerala city is a multi religious town where people of different religions live in harmony. While in Calicut explore the exotic Kappad beach, Tali Siva temple, SM street and Sarovaram park.

Located in the Idduki district, Munnar is the most popular of all Kerala cities. This beautiful hill station is covered with lush green tea plantations and offers the tourists a majestic view of this amazing state. Experience the pristine elegance and natural beauty of nature while visiting Munnar. Here one can indulge themselves in different adventure sports like trekking, rock climbing and aero-sports. Some of the most visited tourist destinations of this city are Mattupetty, Devikulam, Marayoor and Nyayamakad.

The peaceful town of Alappuzha is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea. It also has a vast network of lakes, lagoons and rivers. Tourists call this Kerala city the Venice of East. The mesmerizing backwaters of this city casts its magic on every traveler. The magnificent Alleppey beach in the Alappuzha district also attracts several travelers. While in Alappuzha enjoy the amazing Alleppey boat races in the serene backwaters. The calm and tranquil atmosphere of this town make it a perfect place to spend the best holidays of your life. One can also visit the Vijaya park and sea view park along with the Alleppey beach resorts. This town is a true delight for the holiday-makers.