What Makes Kochi a Heaven for Holidaymakers

Kochi, flanking the Indian Ocean, has been a haunt for merchants and explorers. Fascinating history, delicious food, shopping, architecture and culture; this city boasts it all. Have a look at things making Kochi a heaven for holidaymakers.


Mattancherry Palace

Dutch Palace or Mattancherry Palace is believed to be one of the best examples of the Kerala style of architecture. It belongs to the mid-16th century; the time when the Portuguese constructed it as a present to King Veera Kerala Verma.

Paradesi Synagogue

Counted among the most sought-after tourist attractions in the city, Paradesi Synagogue is renowned as the oldest synagogue in Commonwealth countries. Built back in 1568, it is a symbol of religious harmony shown by people of different beliefs and culture in the city.

Fort Kochi

Flight tickets to Kochi are always in high demand among historians and casual history hunters as a visit to the city is a journey back in time. Fort Kochi is one of the most prominent places here that boast a timeless charm. It is marked with monuments with Portuguese, Dutch and British roots. A ferry ride from Ernakulam to Kochi will add to the fun quotient of your holiday.

St. Francis Church

Another significant place of worship thronged by hordes of tourists in Kochi is St. Francis Church. It holds vast religious significance among locals as well. While its magnificent architecture is a feast for the eyes, its undulated serenity will give utmost peace to your soul.

With so many impressive points of interest, Kochi is rightfully a gem of a holiday destination. Book SpiceJet or IndiGo flight tickets and immerse in its charm. Remember to use the airline coupon code on HappyEasyGo to save up to Rs700 on your booking with GoAir, Vistara and AirAsia as well.

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