Hampi was a glorious city in the ancient past (14th century). In fact, some scriptures of travelers say that it was the second largest city of the east just after Beijing. Today it's a small town with a wonderful clean landscape, rocks, palm trees and historic relics.
What to do?
🛵 Rent a scooter and explore the area
🧘 Relax in a coffeeshop or restaurant, great choices
🧗 Do rock climbing
🥣 Eat delicious South-Indian cuisine
🌴 Relax in the sun
🛕 The ruins are a UNESCO world heritage
🚍 We went there by bus. Trains also go to nearby cities. No airport closeby.
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Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in India located near Hospet town in Karnataka. Among the attractions of Hampi are beautiful temples, ruins of palaces, treasury buildings and a stunning landscape with cool rock formation.
It's a bouldering or rock climbing paradise. The endless trails of boulder hills give a range of options based on your level. Thought it is not primarily known for climbing, Hampi has a number of places where the bouldering folks camp. Even without a guide you can drive around and climb some easy rocks and enjoy the stunning landscape.
📍 Hampi, Karnataka, India
🚍 Easiest way to get to Hampi is by bus. Most long distance busses arrive in the early morning.
🏨 Guesthouse and hotels for your budget. Most accommodations are simple but nice.
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Hampi, situated in the southern state of Karnataka, India, has held UNESCO World Heritage status since 1986. This recognition is due to its remarkable historical and archaeological significance, primarily as the site of the ancient Vijayanagara city, one of India's most formidable empires, thriving from the 14th to the 16th century. The city was celebrated for its opulence, affluence, and architectural marvels.
Hampi is famed for its exceptionally well-preserved ruins, including impressive temples, palaces, and various other structures. Notable sites like the Virupaksha Temple, Vittala Temple, and Hampi Bazaar showcase the city's historical grandeur. The Royal Enclosure holds remnants of the palace complex, featuring intriguing structures like the Queen's Bath, Lotus Mahal, and the Elephant Stables.
The distinctive landscape of Hampi is characterized by enormous boulders and rocky outcrops that punctuate the area. The presence of the Tungabhadra River adds to the scenic charm of the historic sites. This unique topography also draws rock climbers, boulderers, and trekkers, providing ample opportunities for outdoor adventures.
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Temple to visit. Great place to go enviorment around looks good to me. My idol of all time to go visit.☺️