Hampi, India

Hotels in Hampi

Hampi Accommodations (2)
Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari Hampi

Hotel Mayura Bhuvaneshwari Hampi

3.00 130 reviews

Hospet, Hampi, India

Hampi's Boulders

Hampi's Boulders

4.00 145 reviews

Narayanpet,2km from Basapur Village, Hampi, India

Travel Blogs from Hampi

Hampi Travel Blogs (770)
Center of an Ancient Civilization, Hampi, India travel blog

Center of an Ancient Civilization

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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...     March 18, 2015 -  Motoring Around the Ancient City 36 Square Miles     In the 15th century, Hampi was Vijayanagra and the capital of the Hindu Vijayangra Empire. It grew to 500000 people and was the second largest city in the ...

Good vibes and big rocks, Hampi, India travel blog

Good vibes and big rocks

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... She Said: Hampi is a traveler's oasis and is a "must see" for anyone spending a few weeks traveling around India. The scenery is spectacular, with giant granite boulders everywhere, a peaceful river running through rice paddies, and magnificent stone ...

Hello Hampi, Hello Relentlessness Heat, Hampi, India travel blog

Hello Hampi, Hello Relentlessness Heat

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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  March 16, 2015  DHARWAD to HAMPI 195km   Pushpa Guesthouse 1200Rp ($19.35) double with AC, without breakfast   Hubli Rush Hour Rush hour was just beginning by the time we got out of Dharwad. Dave wanted to avoid the congestion he ...

Humble Hampi, Hampi, India travel blog

Humble Hampi

A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010

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... from the branches. This was very spooky but we believe it is because the tree is worshipped and sacred. Hampi is a difficult destination to reach for those just visiting India for a couple of week’s holiday. There is no airport and is a 12 hour bus ...

Attractions in Hampi

Hampi Attractions (1)



Hampi, Karnataka, India

A vast area of 14th and 15th-century palaces and temples that was once the wealthy capital of a huge Hindu empire.