About Hampi: Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Karnataka, famous for its Vijayanagar ruins. The place is associated with Hindu Mythology.
How to Reach: It's about 300km from Bangalore, you can reach Hospet by bus or train and then take an auto to Hampi.
Where to Stay: We stayed in the North of Hampi, so we covered the north sites first and the next day we covered the sites located at south of Hampi. You will find a lot of cafes in the north side as well where you can just sit back and relax. The last boat ride is at 6pm, so plan accordingly. You can also rent bicycles or bikes to explore the town on your own.
When to visit: Try to avoid the summer months as visiting the ruins in scorching heat can be tough. The best months would be October and November.
Where to eat: Mango Tree, Laughing Buddha and Gopi Guesthouse