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Bangalore to Hampi - A Voyage to the Ruins of the Vijayanagara Empire

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Frequently used route

Bangalore – Tumkur – Chitradurga – Hospet – Hampi

340 km

7 hours


Enchanting Pit Stops

A magnificent fort known for its architecture

Chitradurga Fort

Near Hospet, offers splendid views

Tungabhadra Dam

A historical village across the river


A gateway town to Hampi with its own attractions


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Known for its authentic Karnataka meals

Nalapaka, Tumkur

Offers local and continental cuisine

Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari

Popular for its diverse menu

Mango Tree, Hampi

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Hampi, a land etche  in history’s hue, Among ruins and boulders, a view so true. A city of the past, in stones alive, Here, the echoes of an empire thrive.

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An ancient and significant temple

Virupaksha Temple

Famous for its stone chariot and musical pillars

Vittala Temple

An architectural marvel with a blend of Hindu and Islamic styles

Lotus Mahal

A testament to the royal past

Elephant Stables

Places to visit in and around Hampi

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Laughing Buddha – A café offering a view of the river and hills. The Goan Corner – Known for its seafood and Goan dishes. Sai Plaza Café – A spot for quick bites and coffee.

Places to eat in Hampi

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Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary

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A unique wildlife experience

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To celebrate the festival of colours

Hampi Holi

Even though Holi is not widely celebrated in South India, Hampi, also known as the ‘City of Ruins,’ drenches itself in colours on this day. Hampi is best known for its stunning Vijayanagara ruins and temples, as well as its distinctive rocky landscape. The Holi celebrations in this small town are worth seeing and participating in.

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