Don't worry be, "Hampi"

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8th Sep 2017
Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin

If you want to relax and live hippe life then pack your bag and cycle in mid of Hampi ruines. Perfect place to relive history. 

Hampi is located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. Famous for its massive, beautifully carved temples, especially the Virupaksha Temple, dedicated to the patron deity of the empire. You can also find remains of the old aqueducts, canals and military barracks and stables here. Hampi was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1986 and many efforts have been taken to restore the lost glory of the place - very limited (if any) modern establishments are allowed in the main area, which gives an authentic feel to the ruins.

Nearest staion to Hampi is Hospet. Hospet is well connected to major cities and towns and some of them are Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa. You can hire auto or cab to reach Hampi from Hospet but the cheapest way to reach is bus. It will cost you 20₹ per person.

Places to visit

Elephant stable

Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin
Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin

A grand building with 11 domed chambers where the state elephants once resided.

Working hours: 8.30 to 5.30

entry fee

10 per person for Indians250 per person for foreign tourists Free for Children under 15 years

Every tourist place has that one spot which earns it galore and admiration. 

A grand building with 11 domed chambers where the state elephants once resided.

Virupaksha Temple, Hampi

Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin
Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin

Every tourist place has that one spot which earns it galore and admiration. 

Places to eat

Mango Cafe is a must as they have the most amazing vibes, music and not forget sitting arrangements.

Random photo taken in hampi

Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin
Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin
Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin
Photo of Don't worry be, "Hampi" by Maria Martin
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