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Cities of Kerala

Kerala has 14 districts that are spread across the length and breadth of the region and these districts basically make the major cities of Kerala. All the cities of Kerala have been lavishly blessed by Mother Nature and have immense tourist potential. The cities of tourist attraction in Kerala includes the Backwater paradise of Alappuzha, the commercial capital and twin city of Kochi - Ernakulam, the great pilgrimage centre of Pathanamita, the green and clean capital city of Thiruvananthapuram and Kerala's cultural capital Thrissur.

Major Cities Of Kerela
§ Alappuzha : Situated on the banks of Vembanand Lake, the town's commercial centre lives in a maze of canals. Set in the labyrinth of Backwater channels, the town is one of the best gateways to explore the unspoilt countryside. A historic and romantic name from Kerala's past, Alappuzha was once one of the best known ports along the coast of Malabar. read more ...

§ Kochi : Kochi, the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala, has one of the finest natural harbours in the world. Ancient mariners from Arabia, China, Holland, Britain and Portugal have all left their mark on this beautiful island city. One of the finest natural harbours on the Arabian Sea coast, Kochi, earlier known as Cochin has been a port of call for foreign traders from early times. read more ...

Cities of Kerala § Trivandrum : Stretching along the southern coast of the country, with the Backwaters reaching deep into the verdant countryside, Kerala affords a fascinating experience. Thiruvananthapuram, the city of the Thousand-headed 'Anatha', the holy serpent on which Lord Vishnu is one place which you won't like to miss in your Kerala city itineraray. read more ...

§ Thrissur : Thrissur, with its rich history, cultural heritage and archaeological wealth, is rich in cultural activities. Today, Thrissur is world famous for its Pooram Festival, which is one of the biggest festivals of Kerala. Built around a hillock top, Thrissur houses the Kerala Kala Mandalam, the Kerala Sahitya Academy and Kerala Nataka Academy.
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§ Kannur : Kannur, the sea coast town in the northern Malabar area was for many centuries the capital of the Kolathiri Rajas, the rivals of the Zamorins of Kozikode. Formerly a major port area, Kannur is now a city known for its handloom and Beedi industries. Kannur is also the headquarters of the country's largest and best-run Beedi cooperative. Marco Polo is supposed to have referred to Kannur as a great emporium of spices. read more ...

§ Kottayam : Kottayam, located in the southern part of Kerala is an important commercial centre of India, producing a large chunk of cash crops. A beautiful town situated in the hills, most of India's natural rubber originates from the acres of well-kept plantations of Kottayam. Popular for its churches, Kottayam sandwiched between serene palm-fringed backwaters on the west and the Western Ghats on the east, provides some of Kerala's finest natural scenes. read more ...

§ Ernakulam : Kochi is Kerala's major port, which is strategically located on the East-West trade route. Boasting of one of the finest natural harbours in the world, the city forms the hub around which the city revolves. Most of the city's commercial centres and shops are located in the town called Ernakulam, which also lends its name to the district. read more ...

§ Thekkady : Thekkady, located in central Kerala, is a popular hill station and a wildlife centre. This town, which is an important plantation centre, conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice scented plantations. The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves of India and is spread across the entire district of Thekkady that also having attractions of picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold immense opportunities for treks and mountain walks. read more ...

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