And if you want to see the real market and people of the city, then visit LBS( Shastri market), where the city's center lies.
If you do come to festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Devi pooja in Dasara you will find the city at its peak. everywhere the crowd, colors, Devi, and Ganapati arts on the streets in every corner of the city. that's worth watching.
It's a mostly hot, really hot climate which can seem good for foreigners. (mostly they prefer warm cities in general)If you are not be prepared for it.
Have an evening time at Gagan mahal, with a lake behind and with huge greenery around.
Shivagiri, just 4-5 KM from the gol-gumbaz. where you can have a good time watching, huge Shiva Murthy, and a beautiful garden.
Most of the hotels and resorts offer to stay facilities as well however you will find fewer hostels to stay if you are a solo traveler. No problem, you can share your room with other tourists like you and bare prices.
you will easily get any kind of Indian food in the city except the seafood. a variety of different chutneys,raagi, Bisibele Baath, Dosa, Raagi Mudde, Idli.
And there are some restaurants you prefer to visit are, Savji hotels, shubashree hotel, Yediur lingeswar hotel( where you can have the local and authentic food) and Dhabas If you want non-veg foods in the budget. And for 3-star hotels, you have options like Golden heights, Madhuvan hotel, heritage hotel, Kamat hotel, town palace, Godavari hotel, and many.
Best time to visit :
The Month from October to February is recommended due to normal weather conditions. Here are the seasons in the city.
Bijapur in Summer (March - June)
Bijapur in Winter (October - March)
Bijapur in Monsoon (July - September)
Two days plan for the city visit :