Located on the bank of river Tungbhadra, Hampi is strewn with ruins of monuments that reminiscences the glorious past of Vijaynagar Empire. In past its temple complexes were continuously attacked by muslim invaders so you may come across to many damaged structures in these temple complexes. Its monuments reflect astounding workmanship and engineering of that period. A visit to Hampi can bring ancient history to life before your eyes. Hampi is recognised as a World Heritage site.
Best time to visit Hampi is from March to February when pleasant weather conditions will keep you comfortable during local sightseeing and day excursions. While April to June will demand to plan sightseeing and monument visits during morning and evening only. During rainy season
humidity level increases in air so this season becomes the last choice of travellers.
Bengaluru is the closest well connected Airport to Hampi (300 Kms). This airport is well connected to all major metro cities of India: Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata
Hubli (officially known as Hubballi ) is the closest railhead which is around 165 kms from Hampi. Hubballi Junctions Railway Station is well connected with other major cities of India:New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, etc
Hampi is well connected by road to other metro cities of India.There is good frequency of buses till Hubli from there cab can be booked to reach to your resort at Hampi