Tiruchirapalli (also Trichy or Tiruchi) is the fourth largest city of Tamil Nadu and is strategically located on the banks of Cauvery River. The city reached the zenith of its glory during the reign of Nayak dynasty. Car Festival, which is a flower festival is celebrated with much ado here. Mokkumbu is one of the great picnic spot tourist paces in tirchy which is 18 km from Tiruchirapalli.
83 m high Rock Fort Temple is the most prominent landmark of Tiruchirpalli which stands majestically on its otherwise flat landscape. Other nearby attractions are Vayalur (8 km), Grand Anicut (24 km) and Natharmalai (37 km). Tiruchiraplli has its own international airport which connects it with cities in Asia and the Gulf region. It is connected with cities in India with a well laid network of railways and buses.