An echo of a glorious past, Hampi is a jewel in the jungle and a UNESCO world heritage destination. Today, Hampi is a small village located in northern Karnataka, but this was once the thriving capital of the magnificent Vijayanagar empire. Hampi reveals the vast remnants of the city that is also known as the ‘City of the Victor’. The empire extended from the Arabian sea to the bay of Bengal and reached an unmatched level of majestic splendour. This beautiful city is not only a historical place but it is a religious destination as well. Hampi's relics are crowded with giant temples, palaces, market streets, fortifications and a profusion of other ancient monuments.
This is one of the most picturesque destinations of Karnataka state with the Tungabhadra river snaking around, it draws people to visit and explore the rich beauty. The blend of amazing architecture, religious places and rich beauty is always a major attraction and makes Hampi astonishing and memorable.