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Madurai to Vadodara Flights

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Are you looking for a flight from Madurai to Vadodara? Adani One platform makes it simple to search for and purchase airline tickets. The website is user-friendly and available in several languages, allowing travellers to have an easy experience when using the platform. All you have to do is type the names of the two cities and your departure date on the search bar and the platform will display an airfare calendar with details on all the flights for your route, including flight status, flight duration, departure time, and air ticket prices. All domestic carriers, including SpiceJet, Air India, IndiGo, and Go First, are accessible on the platform. Moreover, you can also get the best possible deal while booking your flights as the platform provides numerous discount options and cashback offers that are regularly updated. If you want to avail of maximum benefits, you must book your return flights as well if you have a fixed return date.

As of now, there are no direct flights from Madurai to Vadodara. However, there are 1-2 connecting flights on this route with layovers in cities like Mumbai and Chennai. The shortest flight from Madurai to Vadodara, which is operated by IndiGo, takes 4 hours and 55 minutes, including a layover of 1 hour and 40 minutes in Mumbai.

Note that all these connecting flights do not operate on a daily basis, so you might have to check your departure date carefully before booking a flight.

Flights from Madurai to Vadodara


About Vadodara Airport 

Vadodara Airport (IATA: BDQ), locally known as Harni Airport, is situated on Harni Road, approximately 7 km from the city. It is one of the main airports in Gujarat and has a single passenger terminal that manages all domestic flight operations. The airport connects Vadodara to cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Delhi etc. The numerous amenities and facilities at the airport include child care rooms, mobile charging ports, information desks, ATMs, free Wi-Fi, restaurants, souvenir shops, wheelchair assistance, medical facilities, passenger lounges, and a smoking area. You can reach the city in about 20 minutes by taking a taxi or rental car from the airport.

About Vadodara

Vadodara, previously known as Baroda, is one of the largest cities in Gujarat, located about 132 km from Gandhinagar, the state capital. National Highway 8, which connects the cities of Mumbai and Delhi, passes through Vadodara. Due to its growing art and culture, the city is also sometimes called Sanskari Nagari and Kala Nagari.

Some of the most popular palaces in Vadodara are Lakshmi Vilas Palace and Makarpura Palace, and the ancient temples, like EME Temple, Nandalay Haveli, and Surya Narayan Temple, are its most-visited religious spots.

From March to June, Vadodara experiences extremely high temperatures; however, the weather during the winters, from November to February, is cool and pleasant, and therefore the best time to visit the city.

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Sayaji Baug

Also known as Kamati Baug, Sayaji Baug is one of the largest public gardens in Western India. It was constructed by Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III in 1879 and includes the Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery, apart from a toy train, zoo, planetarium, aquarium, and numerous species of trees.

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EME Temple

Managed by the Indian Army, the EME Temple is built in a contemporary style of architecture that is a mix of multiple religions in India. The temple has incorporated aluminium sheets in its architecture and is situated in Fatehgunj. The sculptures in the temple are said to date back to the 7th and 15th centuries.

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Lakshmi Vilas Palace

Built in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style, Lakshmi Vilas Palace is said to be four times larger than Buckingham Palace in London. It is the residence of the royal family of Vadodara and among the top places to visit in the city. Some of its major attractions include the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum, Darbar Hall, and Moti Baug Palace. 

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Narmada Canal

Located approximately 40 km from Vadodara, Narmada Canal is the perfect place for a day-long picnic. The blue waters, the cool breeze, and the scenic beauty make it a perfect spot for a family outing.

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Sur Sagar Lake

Also known as Chand Talao, Sur Sagar Lake is one of the best places in Vadodara to spend some leisure time. It has a 120-feet tall statue of Lord Shiva in the middle of the lake, which is its top attraction.

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Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery 

This museum is situated within Sayaji Baug and was constructed by Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III. The architecture of the museum is a spectacular blend of European and Maratha styles, and it displays a collection of artefacts, apart from a few art pieces by European artists and original paintings by British landscape painters.  


About Madurai Airport 

Madurai International Airport (IATA: IXM) is an international airport with limited connectivity to some major international destinations like Singapore, Dubai, and Colombo. The airport is about 12 km from the city of Madurai in Tamil Nadu, and is managed by the Airports Authority of India. It has a single passenger terminal that provides numerous conveniences to its passengers such as restaurants, VIP lounges, shopping outlets, wheelchair assistance, medical facilities, mobile charging ports, lost and found counters, ATMs, luggage trolleys, information desks, free Wi-Fi, and child care rooms.

Madurai Airport is connected to around 6 cities in India like Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Tirupati and Delhi. To reach the airport from the city, you can hire a taxi or rental car or take a bus, which are easily available everywhere in the city.

About Madurai

Madurai is an ancient city in Tamil Nadu, and you can find its mention in various old pieces of literature and poems. It is steeped in history and has a unique cultural heritage. The city is also called "Thoonga Nagaram", which means the city that never sleeps. It was the capital of Thirumalai Nayakars and Pandyas during ancient times, and as per historical data, it is the city that made the Tamil language popular.

Madurai is now a commercial city, situated in the southern part of Tamil Nadu, and includes a number of tourist attractions built in the Dravidian style of architecture. Moreover, Madurai is famous for its delicious and authentic spicy South Indian dishes.

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Alagar Kovil Temple

This magnificent temple is situated on the northeast side of the city, close to Alagar Kovil main road. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple is also called Kallazhagar Temple. Surrounded by a spectacular hill, Alagar Kovil is a major attraction in Madurai.

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Gandhi Memorial Museum  

Situated in the Grand Tamukkam Palace, this museum was inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru. It has tall trees, beautiful sculptures, and magnificent landscaped areas, and the museum is divided into three sections: Relics and Replicas, Visual Biography of Gandhi, and India Fights for Freedom galleries.

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Rich in flora and fauna, and also known as High Wavy Mountains, Meghamalai is an ideal place for tourists to admire the pepper, cardamom, and cinnamon plantations, green meadows, mesmerising waterfalls, and more. This beautiful hill station is located in Theni district, about 116 km away from Madurai.

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Koodal Azhagar Temple

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this temple was built in the Dravidian style of architecture. The height of the temple’s main tower, or Rajagopuram, is 120 ft, and it is located close to the famous Meenakshi Amman temple. You must visit this temple during the Float Festival for a warm experience.

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Thirumalai Nayakkar Palace 

King Thirumalai Nayak built the Thirumalai Nayakar Palace in the city of Madurai in 1635. The palace is a great example of how Dravidian and Islamic styles can work well together. After India got its independence, this palace was made a national monument.

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Vaigai Dam

Situated on the River Vaigai, this man-made structure was inaugurated in 1959, and is located around 70 km from Madurai. There is a small garden close to the dam, which is also known as Little Brindavan. Over the years, this spot has become a popular place to picnic, and you can spend hours here looking at the beautiful view.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are about 1-2 connecting flights from Madurai to Vadodara, but these do not operate on a daily basis.

The shortest flight from Madurai to Vadodara takes 4 hours and 55 minutes, including a layover of 1 hour and 40 minutes in Mumbai. The connecting flight is operated by IndiGo.

The IATA code for Madurai International Airport is IXM, whereas the same for Vadodara Airport is BDQ. 

Different airlines have different rules about what you can carry on board when it comes to food. Please check the airline's rules for more information. Usually, you can carry dry food items, but your food should be packed adequately. 

On an economy-class domestic flight, passengers can usually bring up to 7 kg of carry-on luggage and 15 kg of checked-in luggage. However, it can vary for some airlines. 

The best time to visit Madurai as a tourist is from December to February, as during these winter months, the climate is suitable for sightseeing.

Madurai is tagged as Thoonga Nagaram or 'the sleepless city', as city was once a hub of commerce and related activities, thanks to its popularity due to the Madurai Meenakshi Amman temple.  

Vaigai Dam is located approximately 70 km from the city of Madurai, and it takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach by car.  

Approximately 2-3 days should be enough to visit all the popular places in Madurai; however, for nearby locations that may require day trips, keep an extra day or two in hand.

November to February is the best time to visit Vadodara for sightseeing, as the climate during this time is comfortable and cool. 

A minimum of 2-3 days are a must to visit all the top attractions in Vadodara as some of the places may require a day trip. Keep an extra day or two for visiting nearby locations as well. 

Sev Usal, Farsan, Vada Pav, Dabeli, Poha, Kachori, and Fafda-Jalebi, are some of the popular dishes in Vadodara. 

Narmada Canal is over 40 km from Vadodara and can be reached easily via a rental car or taxi in about 1 hour.  

The aerial distance between Vadodara and Madurai is approximately 1,474 km.

Vadodara is most known for its tourist attractions that include ornate palaces, spectacular gardens, and magnificent temples, which can take you back to the ancient times.
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Airport Information

Vadodara Civil Aerodrome, Harni Rd, Vadodara, Gujarat 390022

Madurai Airport Rd, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625022