Trips and Itineraries for Sanapur
Hampi’fied - this time a new song and an offbeat rhythm
Hampi: A Capital Buried Under The Ruins
Top Places To Visit in Sanapur 3 Spots
Mango Tree Restaurant
This is a restaurant in Hampi which seems to be completely under the shade of a large mango tree from where it derives its name. Eating over here is absolute value for money. They mainly serve Indian food but also make pizzas and other foreign dishes. The decor of this small restaurant is worth a mention. They have all sorts of masks and deity paintings on the walls. The seating arrangement is small and not many people can fit in at the same time. This is also an advantage since you can eat properly in this way. The stuffed capsicum curry and the thalis are special mentions over here. The servers are very prompt and efficient and the ambience is really good too.
Weekend Getaways from Sanapur
293 Kms from Sanapur
Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,May,June,October,November,December
Bangalore or Bengaluru, also known as the Silicon valley of India, will greet you with dreamy weather, Carnatic fusion melodies, a signature breakfast of masala dosa and filter coffee, and notorious traffic. Visit classic attractions such as the Bangalore castle known for its Tudor-style architecture and Tipu Sultan’s summer palace that dates back to the 17th century. To get your art fix, you could head to the fascinating Venkatappa Art Gallery. One of the more popular things to do in Bangalore is to take a walk through the green spaces of the 19th century old Cubbon Park, that were once the reason why Bangalore was known as the Garden City. Bangalore also serves as a comfortable cohabitation of tradition and modernisation that can be seen throughout the places to visit in the city, with throngs of vibrant Kannada temples coexisting with budding start-ups. Travel to Bangalore for the lively cafes, quirky shops and a fascinating contemporary culture. Vidhana Soudha, the Neo-Dravidian granite palace is also must visit places for the architecture aficionados. Tourists can head to the much revered Mavalli Tiffin Rooms (MTR), for authentic south Indian food and Toit’s, the brick-walled microbrewery for a cold beer.
For me, the Hippie Town was a more attractive option, and Buddha Café is the place to satiate your taste buds. Located on the bank of the Tungabhadra, this little café serves everything from Israeli cuisine to Spanish and Mexican, and of course, the Desi-dishes!After a hearty lunch, we took a walk around the town, which has little shops and brightly graffiti painted walls.Anegundi was the final destination, located on the Northern banks of the river, which was the kingdom of the Monkey-King Sugriva, according to the Ramayana. The Anegundi Fort, turned to ruins, still stands there. Although Hampi sees thousands of visitors each year, not many comes to Anegundi, and the villagers here seem to be quite happy and peaceful in their near-secluded lives.