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Located in southern region of India, Hampi is a traditional village in Karnataka. Hampi is a UNESCO world heritage site and is studded with some of the finest tourist’s destinations. This beautiful village depicts the story of the Vijayanagara Empire and livelihood. In the lap of River Tungabhadra and the glorious Temples, this city is enriched with finest destinations and cultural and colorful festivals which attract numerous visitors and tourists every year. This village also contributes in International businesses of India with trading of Iron ore and manganese.
Who should visit the city?
Best time to visit (months)
Season-1 : June - August | Season-2 : November - February
From Karnataka there are regular buses from different cities to Hampi. Cabs and cars reach Hampi from Bellary, a city at 60km distance from Hampi.
To reach Hampi by train, you need to get a journey to Kariganuru or Hosapete, nearest railway stations to Hampi from where the transport facilities are available for Hampi.
Hampi is a small village and does not have an Airport. The nearest airport is Bellary (60 km) in Karnataka from where you can travel to Hampi.
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Best fair, festivals and attractions
Hampi is a beautiful cultural village with numerous exciting and thrilling cultural festivals fairs and iconic tourist destinations. The Hampi festival also called “Vijay Utsav” is one of the most stunning festivals on Hampi. The iconic destinations and attractions of Hampi are Shri Virupaksha Temple, The Pampa Sarovar, Archaeological museum, Monkey Temple, Vijaya Vittala Temple, Virupaksha Temple, Royal enclosure, Sasivekalu Ganesha, Achutarya Temple, Sunset Point, Mathanga Hill Monolithic Bull, Hampi Bazaar and so many more.