Tiruvarur, a small town in Tamil Nadu widely attracts musicians and devotees from the surrounding regions to witness religious processions and grandeur temples built during the reign of the Chola Empire.
It is home to the most famous Thyagaraja Temple that hosts the annual chariot festival every year and is witnessed by millions of musicians who pay their tributes to the various musical legends of the bygone era.
Reaching the traditional town of Thiruvarur is not an uphill task, as it is well connected by road, rail and air ways. The town is situated close to the Chennai Metropolitan city and has state transportation buses running round the clock. Thiruvarur is about 290 Kilometers from the metropolitan city and would take about a day to reach by road. Another airport at close proximity to Thiruvarur is the district of Trichy. It is about 110 Kilometers from the airport and is considerably the shortest distance to reach Thiruvarur.
Being a major railway junction, the town is accessible from all surrounding regions like Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad and also down south Nagapattinam. The fares are reasonably priced and have to be booked in advance during festival seasons. Besides, road and the air ways, you can also travel by train to Thiruvarur.
With minimum facilities, these rooms are well taken care and offer a comfortable stay to the travelers. Accommodation is generally found in almost every nook and corner of the town, where you can find one, that suits your budget. It is an ancient temple of the region.