Cheapest airfare from Chennai to Belgaum in the next 30 days is Rs. 2748 for spicejet flight on Oct. 8, 2014 + 3 more days.
Average airfare from Chennai to Belgaum is Rs. 3760. There are many airlines which provide connecting flight from Chennai to Belgaum like Spicejet etc.
On weekends, airfare for Spicejet flight is between Rs. 2853 to Rs. 5644.
Spicejet SG3301 Chennai to Belgaum flight at 06:10 etc.
Formerly known as Madras, Chennai is sixth most populous city of India. The name ‘Madras’ is derived from the word Madraspatnam while Chennai is a shortened form of Chennaipattanam. The Tamil Nadu government renamed Madras to Chennai in 1996 reason being that 'Chennai' was the city's traditional name while Madras was one derived during colonial rule. Located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, the city serves as one of the main gateways to South India and has a thriving local culture and art scene. This ancient city has many landmark destinations to offer to its visitors. Some of them include Marina Beach, MGR Film City, Vivekananda House (Ice House), Connemara Library, Fort St George, Valluvar Kottam, Ashtalakshmi Temple, Santhome Cathedral Basilica etc. Amir Mahal is one of the oldest heritage buildings of the city. Constructed in Indo-Saracenic style in 1798 it is official residence of Nawab of Arcot since 1876. St. George Fort, located on the banks of Bay of Bengal, was built by the British East India Company in 1640 AD. The fort is believed to be the first establishment of the British in India. The military architecture marvel, it was erected as a trading post. The city of Chennai presents the perfect blend of diverse cultures through its splendid monuments, temples, mosques and churches to its visitors. To book your flight tickets from Chennai to Belgaum login to your free account on Goibibo.com. Our airfare calendar will help you get the lowest airfare and the best deals on the internet.
Belgaum, also called Belagavi in Kannada, is the fourth largest city in Karnataka. The city got its name from Venugrama, meaning Bamboo Village. Situated in the northwestern parts of Karnataka, the city lies at the border of two states, Maharashtra and Goa on the Western Ghats. It is one of the oldest towns in the state with strong, prominent and well cultured rich heritage. It exhibits the cultural transition between Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa with its roots traceable up to 2nd century A.D. A wide variety of historical sites, temples and churches exist in and around the city for its visitors to explore. The most notable ones include Kamala Basti fort, Kapileshwar temple the hills of Vaijyanath and the aerodrome at Sambra etc. Belgaum Fort was built by Jaya Raya, also called Bichi Raja, an ally of the Ratta Dynasty in the year 1204 AD. It is also notable in modern history because Mahatma Gandhi was imprisoned by the British in this fort during India’s freedom struggle. The Gokak Falls located on the Ghataprabha River is six kilometers away from Gokak. The waterfall is horse shoe shaped at the crest, with a flood breadth of 177 meters. The city has pleasant weather throughout the year with verdant green vegetation owing to which it is also referred to as Rain Country. You can plan a visit to Belgaum from Chennai by logging in to Goibibo.com to book your flight tickets at the lowest airfare. Belgaum is the commercial hub ranking second to Bangalore in the state in terms of overall exports. The city is also known as the "Sugar Bowl of Karnataka because of the enormous scope of its sugarcane cultivation and production facilities.