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Business class flights to Thiruvananthapuram

starts from £1789

The below mentioned displayed fares are based on historical data. The fares are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £1,789
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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £2,375
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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £2,578
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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £2,771
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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £2,898
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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £2,910
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    LON London Airports 27 Jun 2018
    TRV Thiruvananthapuram 04 Jul 2018
    £3,427

Thiruvananthapuram Business class fares

Useful information about Thiruvananthapuram

Also known as Trivandrum, Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Indian state Kerala is located on the southwestern tip of India. The wooded highlands of Western Ghats, long shoreline peppered with beautiful beaches, historic monuments, backwater stretches and rich cultural heritage makes it one of the most sought after tourist destination which is clean, green and serene. The city attracts all kind of tourists, the religious to visit sacred temples, the history buffs to explore old relics, beach lovers to enjoy amazing sun, sea and sand and health cautious to learn yoga and ayurveda. The reasons may be many but destination is only one. So get ready and catch hold of some of the most unbelievable deals of business class flights to Thiruvananthapuram  starting from £ including all pre-payable taxes and charges and enjoy a great journey.

Why Go

Thiruvananthapurm is termed as “Temple City” is decked with dozens of temples dedicated to various deities. Sri Padmanabhswami Temple devoted to lord Vishnu is an iconic landmark of city. Don’t miss Napier Museum which was built during colonial India by Travancore Kings is housing rare bronze and ivory artifacts.  The beaches of city are known for their scenic beauty and tranquility. Kovalam and Varkala beaches offer Caribbean experience to its visitors. Don’t miss a visit to Agasthyakoodam, which is the second highest peak in state and is also a part of Sahyadri Range of mountains. Teeming with wildlife, the forests of Agasthyakoodam are decked with rare medicinal herbs and plants. The place is no less than a paradise for bird watchers and the season from April to December is great to enjoy trekking.

Best Time to Visit

The sea side capital of Kerala is a coastal town has tropical climate and enjoys an agreeable weather throughout the year.  Best time to visit Thiruvananthapuram is between the months of October and March when weather is quite pleasant and comfortable to enjoy sightseeing.

Major Tourist Attractions

Thirvananthapuram which was earlier known as Trivandrum is an ideal tourist place for both weekend rambles as well as for longer holidays. It is very well connected with air, rail and road and boasts several amazing attractions. Kerala is known for its backwater attractions and thus don’t miss Thiruvallam Backwaters which is a meeting place of two rivers Killi and Karamana is a very popular for canoe rides. A temple dedicated to Lord Parshuram, believed to be the creator of Kerala attracts devotees from far and wide. Do visit Padmanabhaswamy Temple; a seven storey structure which is a wonderful illustration of temple architecture is just 11 KM from Somatheeram. Do explore Kanakakkunnu Palace is an excellent example of traditional Travacore architecture about 12 Km from Somatheeram is a must see attraction of city.

Festivals and Events

The city hosts several cultural and religious festivals that attract lots of visitors. Among them Onam is the most celebrated one. During this period of time state government run various cultural events for a week. Besides this Vishu is also celebrated with great joy which marks the New Year of Kerala. Other prominent events include The Annual Flower Show, The Attukal Pongala, The Aaraat at Padmanabhaswamy Temple, the 75 day long Soorya Cultural Festival, Navaratri Music Fate, Nishagandhi Dance and Music Show are some other prime events that you must not miss.